A Boy Named Charlie Brown

A Boy Named Charlie Brown

Poor Charlie Brown. He can't fly a kite, and he always loses in baseball. Having his faults projected onto a screen by Lucy doesn't help him much either. Against the sage advice and taunting of the girls in his class, he volunteers for the class spelling bee...and wins!

A Boy Named Charlie Brown is an American animated comedy-drama film, it is the first feature film based on the Peanuts comic strip. It was also the final time that Peter Robbins voiced the character of Charlie Brown. Charlie Brown makes his way to the national spelling bee finals. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Roland S (it) wrote: Love this movie i love how it connects with music and all the peer pressure in it

Rollo T (gb) wrote: This film uses time and space like Christopher Nolan's Memento and seems to take place in another universe wherein school counselors have the legal authority to detain and interrogate students for the purpose of conducting a murder investigation. A good portion of the film is spent in the office of Barton's character, the counselor, who, uncovering new leads, sends Duncan's character, the school principal, to investigate. Duncan appears on scene almost simultaneously, as if transported by the will of the film or something, in front of a student's father, for instance, who so happens to be on campus and ready to answer to any charges leveled against his son. Duncan then beams back to the office to report in, as if a clever film technique had been deployed to straddle elapsed time-but that isn't the kind of film this is. Clever, that is. This isn't a clever film. Trautmann's troubled character is like in some kind of coma over the course of the film, a detail revealed by the film's focus on what seems to be a kind of facial tick that looks like acting but is just a facial tick. This movie isn't B grade good, it's just B grade.

Jillian L (kr) wrote: So, this is a pretty interesting true story law drama about the use of needles in hospitals. First off, it was a topic I knew nothing about, so that part was fascinating. The only problem was that parts of the script got really jargon-y, both from a law and medical standpoint. Basically, I understood the majority of what was going on, but I wish I could have had a full understanding. Also, this movie is a bit slow paced, which got a little boring. On the flip side, what really shone out was Chris Evans' acting performance. Now, I love Captain America as much as the next person, but this gave him an opportunity to really play a character, and he did a really good job, it was completely different from anything I've ever seen him in. Overall though, a movie that could have been absolutely fantastic, is just decent.

Paul J (kr) wrote: If you're looking for a movie that ticks all the boxes then look no further. Every cliche you can think of is in here; the ending was predictable, the characters dull and unoriginal, the dialogue was unimaginative and the tension conspicuous by its absence. Too much time spent on stylising shots and not enough time making a good movie. Horrible.

Jos A (mx) wrote: Bob Kearns = Genius!!!

Angela K (us) wrote: must c 4 the ladies! u dudes 2.

kaylea s (br) wrote: i love this movie i had watched on abc

Jorel D (nl) wrote: This movie has Whisky Tango Foxtrot moments that made me laugh all the way through! A goofy looney action film of what would happen if cartoons where in the real world.

Lyndon G (es) wrote: Something about this movie is very beautiful and almost painful to watch: the bare rocks and simple Sicilian life, and at the end of the bleach dry island, the ocean. There's a love story somewhere of course, and a haunting tune that a woman plays over and over on a little radio in the shade of a tree, in a car...The girl I saw this with didn't like it as much as I did, and maybe that's influenced my memory. I imagine if I'd seen it with someone who loved it, I might say it was a little better and it might mean more to me, but that knowledge is lost with the details of the story and the melody of the song. And if I'd seen it with someone who gave a number of intelligent criticisms rather than a moment of silent reproach (or so I imagined it to be), I might rate it slightly lower. Isn't it odd the way our values shift with others, inevitably, because we construct and reconstruct meaning through them?

REES R (jp) wrote: it may lack substance but it's still one fun action packed ride (with bad special affects along the way).

Aaron E (fr) wrote: What a disappointment. I saw this movie as a kid on HBO, and I've been trying to watch it again forever. I finally do and it sucked. I laughed very few times. I hate when I ruin a childhood memory.

TTT C (ru) wrote: (****): Thumbs Up A masterpiece.

D J (gb) wrote: Had to see this after Death Proof had referenced it. Vanishing point was great also.

Scott N (ag) wrote: Truffaut's love note to film only reinforces why I adore the insanity that is my line of work.

Steve W (us) wrote: Little Big Man is essentially a precursor to Forrest Gump and Dances with Wolves. Young Jack Crabb is taken by the Cheyenne after his convoy is slaughtered by he Pawnee, and he becomes a man of both worlds as he jumps back and forth throughout history, meeting Wild Bill Hickock, and eventually General Custer. Hoffman is great in this, and its a weird, funny, sprawling historical epic that is heart wrenching and hilarious. Its definitely one of the best around.

Jim W (de) wrote: I had no idea that there was an earlier Pink Panther film without Peter Sellers. I have to check it out. Alan Arkin is a weird choice lol.

John K (kr) wrote: I'm intrigued by the difference of opinion of pro reviewers vs audience. I can only surmise that the pros are conscious of the politically incorrect slant and this becomes an overweening concern. But who cares. The movie is funny, the timing of the two leads is exceptional. I love movies with no laugh track. Laugh tracks a la the boob tube are evil. "Hey laugh because everyone else is laughing!". In a movie, they fly without a net -- either they are funny or they bomb. Wilder and Pryor nail it.

Nick B (br) wrote: It's Greg Kinnear, Jennifer Connelly, and Kristen Bell all just passing time in a not awful fashion... It's a bunch of pretty people fairly uninterested with life and how things are turning out/have turned out... You could do worse...