This is the list of all the movies I have seen in my lifetime. I have been keeping this list…
Muppets from Space
Space. It's not as deep as you think.
When Gonzo's breakfast cereal tells him that he's the descendant of aliens from another planet, his attempts at extraterrestrial communication get him kidnapped by a secret government agency, prompting the Muppets to spring into action. It's hard to believe Gonzo's story at first, but Kermit and friends soon find themselves on an epic journey into outer space filled with plenty of intergalactic misadventures.
I'm going to clarify something,I stopped this 58 minutes b/c I need sleep. Will add something more and a rating once I finish it. Of what I saw I'd give it a 3/5.
Better than I remember, but not much better than WIZARD OF OZ. It too is mentioned in my Vulture list of 20 Best Muppet Movie Cameos.
Greg's December Challenge"The December Project 2013"
Movie Title: Muppets From Space
Starring: Steve Whitmire, Dave Goelz, Bill Barretta, Frank Oz
Runtime: 87 miuntes
Not the greatest Muppets movie I have seen but still enough for me to hold my interest until the end. I got to admit that I missed the music from everything else with them going down this path, The Muppets need music
Plenty of laughs with all the characters. Animal is who I would like to see more of even though no one really understands him.
Was great to see Gonzo get center stage for this one though.
still good and Miss Piggy is awesome!!!!!!!
This may not be the best or most heart-warming of the Muppet movies but it's definitely one of the funniest.
A really, genuinely good Muppet film. Features a good amount of Gonzo and Pepe who are two pretty good Muppets. I also feel very educated knowing that Pepe is a king prawn and not a shrimp.
Underrated Muppet movie.
τίποτα δε φωνάζει ΤΑ MUPPETS ΧΡΕΙΑΖΟΝΤΑΙ ΜΟΥΣΙΚΗ όσο αυτή η ταινία
A rare fumble for the otherwise well-loved franchise.
Good fun until it runs out of steam and simply doesn't make sense or is a whole lot of fun. Thankfully, this comes near the end of the film. Also, it should be noted that I am pro-muppet films and would watch as many as they want to crank out. The celebrity appearances are always fantastic, though I do like them to make some sense. Lastly, it should be noted that "Hollywood Hogan" gets top billing over Ray Liotta.
Despite being a fan of The Muppets... or most likely because I am a huge fan of The Muppets... I had skipped this movie until now. I had heard bad things about it... I think? Or maybe it was all in my mind. I really thought this was about the Muppets in Space. So blame it on a pronoun because this movie is great. Talk about underrated. I laughed, I cried, and, except for a few jokes here and there that fell short, I enjoyed every minute.
A fun enough Muppet film, much better than some of its immediate predecessors, even if it feels like it should be a short TV movie instead of a feature. There isn't a whole lot here plot or character wise, and all the good gags are front loaded.
A return to the idea of an original Muppet story features Gonzo in a story that is very much a fit, not just for the character, but for the entire film. The jokes just all seem to work with the premise, and there's a healthy dollop of emotion as well. It's not free of flaws, though. There is a clear presence of the infamous "hip it up" virus that was infecting many things during the '90's.
Solid Muppets sequel that lacks a lot of the charm from the older movies, and the last film in a long line of sequels until 2011's The Muppets finally revived the characters. It centers on Gonzo, the weirdo who isn't any kind of animal in particular, and his quest to find out where he belongs in the universe. You'd think adding some sci-fi and alien-government tension to the Muppets would be quite entertaining, but the results are mostly just amusing and not great or hilarious. Most of the best of the voice cast is back, which is good, but there are some annoying new characters like Pepe the Prawn... just not my thing.
I give it points for creativity and technical proficiency, but I was hoping for a little more. Not among my Muppet faves.
Part of my Birthday Movie Festival.
- The Great Train Robbery
- The Kid
- Sherlock, Jr.
- Battleship Potemkin
- The Gold Rush
- The Mummy Returns
- The Scorpion King
- The Rundown
- Walking Tall
- Be Cool
Why? I don't know.
If anyone is equally as sad as I and knows of any i've missed, let me…
- 2001: A Space Odyssey
- 28 Days Later...
This is my Blu-ray Collection Only.
My DVD Collection can be seen here - letterboxd.com/mark_lemmond/list/my-dvd-collection-alphabetical/