The Peanuts Movie

The Peanuts Movie
Charlie Brown finds himself head over heels in love with the Little Red-Haired Girl when she moves across the street. But, everything backfires when he tries to impress her. All his friends, including his dog, Snoopy, who’s busy working on his book with the character, The Red Baron, don’t seem to offer the best of advice to help him. Will Charlie Brown be able to win the Little Red-Haired Girl over? Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “The Peanuts Movie”.

· The Red Baron’s airplane flies through the classroom. The airplane knocks the paint cart over and Lucy gets covered with red, orange and yellow paint. A few moments later, the door opens and Lucy is completely clean.

· It's the Little Red-Haired Girl's first day in class. Charlie Brown sees her, smiles, and, in the close-up view, hides behind his open desktop. His fingers can be seen holding onto the top. It cuts to a side view of Charlie Brown and his hands are behind the desk top.

· Charlie Brown is getting ready to start his “War and Peace” book report project. In the close-up view, the book is on the right side of the table along with a pencil and a couple sheet of paper. It cuts to a front view and there is now a bluish-purple cup with a straw sitting on the table, next to the paper.

· Charlie Brown gets his hands covered in in while he’s working on the “War and Peace” report. He is shown wiping the ink on the front of his shirt. Charlie Brown then walks over to the table, picks up the Little Red-Haired Girl’s pencil and the ink on his shirt is gone.

“The Peanuts Movie” (2015) based on the comic strip created by Charles Schulz, features the voices of Noah Schnapp, Trombone Shorty, Kristen Chenoweth, Alex Garfin, Mariel Sheets, Venus Schultheis, Hadley Belle Miller and Bill Melendez. It runs 88 minutes and is rated G.

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