The Peanuts Movie in 3D

The most beloved comic strip of all times finally comes to the big screen and in 3D no doubt!

Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy and the entire Peanuts Gang make their big screen debut. If you ever read any of the Original Peanuts comics you certainly will be able to relate and should find the movie enjoyable. I found myself cracking up. Snoopy chasing the Red Baron, Charlie Brown in love with the Little Red-Haired Girl, Lucy being her crabby self and dispensing advice for 5 cents. Charlie Brown and his never ending effort to actually fly a kite. Even Pig Pen was casting dirt storms.

The movie is really fun, engaging and entertaining. I may be partial because I am a Snoopy fan. I grew up with Snoopy, although he was already in existence when I was born. Anyone who knows me knows I have a collection of Snoopy and Peanuts Gang collectibles.

The animation and 3D aspects are great. The sound track is awesome! They did the legendary Charles Schulz proud.

This movie is perfect for the young and the not so young.

This is a 4 Star Movie!

Inside Out: Real 3D

“Inside Out” is a brilliantly executed animated movie about the emotions that live in all of us. The movie is centered on Riley, her Mom and Dad. The business of growing up can get a bit bumpy along the way.

Riley’s Dad gets a new job and has to up root the family to move from Minnesota to San Francisco. The challenges that this move represents to Riley causes her emotions to struggle with the day to day changes. The emotions live at Headquarters in Riley’s mind. Joy (Amy Poehler), Disgust (Mindy Kaling), Anger (Lewis Black), Fear (Bill Hader) and Sadness (Phyllis Smith).

At one point “Joy” and “Sadness are lost, so “Anger”, “Disgust” and “Fear” take over at Headquarters. The story unfolds from there…

“Inside Out” may be an animated movie, but it’s for adults as well as the younger set. I found myself in tears at one point because there were parts of the movie I truly can relate to my own childhood.

“Inside Out” is cute, funny, thought provoking, meaningful, touching and at times sad. The movie explores family challenges that occur in everyday life.

Check out “Inside Out”.

This is a 5 Star Movie!