Charlie Brown's Blockhead Revenge

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The cast of MTV's 'Teen Wolf' teams up with Funny or Die and gives Charlie Brown a spooky twist.


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Spoonatects Am i the only one who thinks........Average?
BelSports This is a coming of age storyline that you've seen in one form or another for decades. It takes a truly unique voice to make yet another one worth watching.
Lucia Ayala It's simply great fun, a winsome film and an occasionally over-the-top luxury fantasy that never flags.
Horst in Translation ( "Charlie Brown: Blockhead's Revenge" is a little Funnyordie spoof movie and as most of these others it is fairly short, namely only 3 minutes. This is a combination of the famous Charlie Brown cartoons (including the famous football kicking scene) with a modern take of what they would look like if the main character was a murdering psychopath. Well, the bald head sort of fits, doesn't it? Still, it is not really too funny I must say and would not have worked for much longer than these 3 minutes. I am not familiar with the director and writer of this little film here, but I see that they have enjoyed prolific careers and even scored an Emmy nomination. I read that the cast of the series "Teen Wolf" is featured in here, but I have not seen that one, so i am not familiar with the actors at all. All in all, this would be a Die. thumbs down.
Rodrigo Amaro This is another short from the Funny or Die series and that name alone should be interesting enough to make you see it since there's always talented and funny people behind those tiny films. Count this one out cause it's not hilarious as Dave Franco's videos and it's more like a trailer for a feature film (that will never get made) involving a Halloween party featuring four stars of MTV's Teen Wolf dressed as characters such as Charlie Brown, Linus van Pelt (courtesy of Colton Haynes), Peppermint Patty among others, blending comedy and horror elements. Wish I could say it's funny but it's not. The trailer format makes what's already small into something even smaller and the few dialogs existing aren't good enough (two exchanges on sexual innuendos are quite good though). It escapes from being an embarrassment thanks to Dylan O'Brien and Tyler Hoechlin's characterizations, the first with a shaved head and looking like a psycho through the whole thing, and the latter using a blonde wig to look like Schroeder. Amusing but it would be better if longer. Best part is the intro with the host, director John Carpenter warning us: "This next video is terrifying. Terrifyingly disappointing." Close, real close. Watchable. 6/10