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Muppet domination continues with a hilarious new movie from Walt Disney Studios. Jason Segel, Academy Award(R) nominee Amy Adams (Best Performance By An Actress In a Supporting Role, Junebug, Doubt, The Fighter) and Academy Award winner Chris Cooper (Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role, Adaptation) join everyone's favorite Muppets and an all-star celebrity cast in a comic adventure for the whole family. While on vacation in Los Angeles, Walter, the world's biggest Muppet fan, his brother Gary, and friend Mary uncover the diabolical plot of a greedy oil millionaire to destroy the Muppet Theater. Now, the Muppet-loving trio must reunite Kermit, Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear and their friends to stage the greatest Muppet telethon ever and save their beloved theater. The gang is back together again in a must-own movie full of irresistible music and family fun. Bring home the biggest Muppet adventure ever on Disney Blu-ray(TM) and DVD!
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1. Load the digital copy disc and try to redeem it. You’ll get an error or something where it says it can’t connect.
2. Open up iTunes. There should be an automatic screen that will appear in iTunes as it attempts to register the code from the disc. You might be asked to sign in but then it should process the code.
The movie should be added to your digital library and this film is Movies Anywhere compatible so you should also be able to watch it in your video library on Amazon.
So, give it a shot. It worked for me and I’m quite glad because I buy these movies for the digital code for the convenience to be able to stream my films without having to use the disc.
This movie has it all--sympathetic characters, action, comedy, romance and musical numbers. And it all works. Particularly hilarious are the multiple times that the actors "break the fourth wall" and speak directly to the audience about the movie. An extensive number of cameos by well-known actors round out the fun.
Critics were pleased as well. Rotten Tomatoes gives it an impressive 96% rating. With this film, Segel has successfully reinvigorated the Muppet franchise. A sequel has already been announced.
The blu-ray transfer is top-notch. Audio and visual are both strong. Colors are vibrant, and the sound is clear. The disc contains a number of special features, which are all listed in the product description above.
I highly recommend The Muppets for all ages. It is a "must see." More movies like this, please.
Most important of all, this movie successfully captures the laugh-out-loud good times for which the Muppets became famous. It starts out a little slow, but before long, I was clutching my sides with laughter as the movie delved into the bizarre with things such as the "eighties robot" and Tex Richman's elaborate way of declining business propositions (which includes a rap song and dancers busting out of his office closet). Jason Seagall and Amy Adams keep things "human" and heartfelt, propelling the movie along with their delightful song and dance numbers, such as the hilarious "Me Party". Highly recommended to all fans of Jim Henson and the Muppets- and be sure to check out the blooper reel!
I used to watch The Muppet Show regularly, and loved the first movie (The Muppet Movie). The Muppets manage to produce a blend of entertainment that is funny and engaging (and appropriate) for kids, while having another layer that makes it equally entertaining for adults.
For example, in this new installment, during one of the opening song and dance numbers, the crowd of singing/dancing people and Muppets move down a backlot city street, and they pass a hippy who looks very much like Willie Nelson, who pipes up to sing the word "high" in the song.
Now, for our toddler daughter this meant nothing (other than a funny looking guy singing), but my wife and I cracked up.
Similarly, during the finale when the Muppets are putting on a show, there is a number performed solely by chickens, and it's a cover of Cee Lo Green's song 'Forget You'. Sung by chickens. Chickens who cluck. As in, cluck you, which is remarkably close to the uncensored version of that song.
Again, that will fly over younger kid's heads, but I had to pause the movie and LOL for a bit, then rewind and see it again. Classic Muppet stuff.
And it's not just about the subversive bits, or the cameos, either. The film feels true to the sensibilities of the Muppets, and, frankly, I've been worried about them becoming assimilated by Disney and turned into...well, who knows what, but not what they were. I am happy (and thankful to Disney) to report that these are the Muppets, as we know and love them, updated for today's audiences but without losing their character or personalities.