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When Kermit the Frog and the Muppets learn that their beloved theater is slated for demolition, a sympathetic human, Gary, and his puppet roommate, Walter, swoop in to help the gang put on a show and raise the $10 million they need to save the day.
It's fine if you don't like this movie, but it probably means you're an angry, hate-filled asshole, and fuck you.
I AM A MUPPET REBORN!!!!!!!
I do not condone a man to have sexual relations with a muppet.
It's like beastiality when you think about it.
While not as good as I first remember, you can't deny that you walk away from the viewing with a nostalgic twinkle in your eye, a whistle on your lips and a spring in your step... and after all, isn't that the point?
What's not to like about The Muppets? Funny, charming and endearing The Muppets work on all levels for all ages. This isn't the funniest film i've seen BUT I can't remember the last time I sat watching a film with a smile on my face for the whole 90mins.
All The Muppets gang are here including new edition Walter and I must say he is rather adorable. Jason Segel and Amy Adams are an item who are very twee and sickly but play it wonderfully and it totally works to the films credit. Also I must add, there are plenty of cameos but much of them are a case of blink and you'll miss them. I was surprised to see…
"..Your fans never left you, the world hasn't forgotten. All you need to do is show'em again!"
...and so I was drunk and sad and distraught and knew I needed something that would make it impossible to frown, to cry, or to anger. I noticed I had a forgotten copy of The Muppets and suddenly I knew it was the recipe for joy I needed now, now more than ever before...and I was right.
After all these years, I never forgot. I needed their love, and they gave it to me in spades.
The film isn't just a thesis about why we need the Muppets; it's about why we need pure silliness in our lives. What a delightful movie with the catchiest songs.
Quite simply, you will smile.
Clever gags and charismatic characters mark the rebirth of the Muppets on pop culture.
As a kid I could never see the appeal of puppets talking to humans so I never appreciated the muppet movies. Older, I was surprised how much I enjoyed this. Music is catchy as hell.
Viewed on Blu-ray
This film is really hard to dislike.
Unless you were never a fan of The Muppets.
I am over 40 years old and I have fond memories of watching The Muppet Show and Muppet Babies on saturday mornings.
The jokes mostly hit and the songs are good.
When I saw this film in theatres it brought back all of those happy memories.
The Muppets is the best Muppet movie...period.
This movie has a scene where puppet chickens in glittery bras sing a rendition of CeeLoo Green's hit 2010 single "Fuck You" that replaces the entirety of its lyrics with chicken "bock"s in front of a charmed audience and presumably on national television.
This is a very strange movie.
Amy Adams is a ray of sunshine.
Better than expected. While the Muppets' legacy may not be enhanced by this film, at least it isn't tarnished. As with the early Muppet movies, this one contains some great cameos, most notably from Alan Arkin and Jack Black. In fact, I think Jack Black was my favorite part of the movie.
Edit: This one's grown on me since I first saw it, mainly because I've watched it with my kids a bunch of times. Still can't get over that it's essentially the same 'get-the-gang-back-together' plot of Muppets Take Manhattan. The songs are great, though now that I've watched so much Flight of the Conchords I always hear Bret and Jemaine singing them in my head. And finally, I adore Amy Adams. Her versatility never ceases to impress me.
if you were to say to me "hey lara, don't you think the muppets (2011) dir. james bobin is the most wholesome film of all time and our greatest cinematic achievement and we all owe bret mckenzie our lives?" i can almost entirely guarantee i would say yes
Went to a particularly upsetting funeral in the morning.
Watched The Muppets in the afternoon.
Was able to get through the day without crumbling into pieces.
The film should've been funded by grief counselling organisations.
Every film that has ever been nominated for an Academy Award in any category. Enjoy!
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