The Muppets


Action / Adventure / Comedy / Family / Musical

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 95%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 80%
IMDb Rating 7.1 10 85356


Uploaded By: OTTO
March 03, 2012 at 05:40 PM



Emily Blunt as Miss Piggy's Receptionist
Amy Adams as Mary
Selena Gomez as Selena Gomez
Rashida Jones as CDE Executive
596.79 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
2 hr 0 min
P/S 13 / 26

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by uwa 7 / 10

Muppet of a man

I must admit, I usually write reviews when i am angry, however in this case, I am writing this review because of pure love for the movie.

I went to this movie expecting few laughs and an enjoyable night. My expectations were met and more. the songs were great, the plot was classic Hollywood plot but they made fun of it so it didn't bother me at all. I laughed at all the jokes without exception. I didn't know the whole cast so the surprise appearances affected me emotionally.

most importantly, I felt that the people who are doing that movie didn't acted on that movie for the money, for the box office or for the fame, they did it for pure love for the Muppet's(most of them anyways) and I felt that. I was asking my self why I loved this movie? and this is was the answer I got. As long as these kinds of movies being made, there is still hope for Hollywood.

Reviewed by n-fernelly 3 / 10

A film about Jason Segal, not a film about the Muppets

This was a disappointment.

On the good side – I couldn't tell it wasn't Frank Oz doing the voice of Miss Piggy, and there were some giggles to be had, and some interesting celebrity cameos. I won't spoil them, but there was some good fan service in the cameos.

On the bad side – Jason Segal. Frank Oz didn't want to be involved because of the horrible script, and I totally see his point. The movie isn't a Muppet Movie. It's a Jason Segal film, staring Jason Segal, produced by Jason Segal, written by Jason Segal, and utterly dominated by Jason Segal. Jason Segal takes up more than 50% of the film, which is horrible considering there were about 40 other more interesting characters all competing for the remaining 50% of screen time. I've never heard of him before and I never want to again. Jason Segal so utterly dominates the film that the Muppets themselves are reduced to mere cameo performances in the film.

With no Frank Oz the voice of Fozzy was just peculiar. Not only unrecognizable, but occasionally slipped into being a woman's voice. Weird.

The introduced character of Walter (basically, a Muppet clone of Jason Segal) is just not interesting. I didn't care about him at all, and hated the fact that his story dominated the Muppets to the point that we just don't get any story development about the Muppets themselves.

Amy Adams, usually entertaining, is so dominated by Jason Segal that her character has no reason to be other than as a romantic object for Jason Segal. She's a bit of a non-entity in the film, sadly.

When Jason Segal isn't on the screen, this film is quite good. Sadly, he wasn't off screen all that much.

Reviewed by amheretojudge 6 / 10

he's the best friend you could ever have..

The Muppets

From all the throwback to all the cameos, The Muppets is a single minded movie that is not only for the kids but for all the fans that grew up watching them.

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