Muppets Most Wanted
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There's plenty of fun for the whole family as Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Animal and the entire Muppets gang head out on a world tour. But mayhem follows the Muppets, as they find themselves unwittingly entangled in an international crime caper. Now Kermit is behind bars at the mercy of prison warden Nadya (Tina Fey), and the World's Number One Criminal, Constantine -- a dead ringer for Kermit -- has taken his place. As Constantine and his dastardly sidekick Dominic (Ricky Gervais) plot the robbery of the century, they are pursued by Sam Eagle and Interpol agent Jean Pierre Napoleon (Ty Burrell). Will Constantine get away with his nefarious scheme? Will Kermit escape in time to save the day? Packed with dozens of guest cameos and some great new songs, Disney's MUPPETS MOST WANTED is the most hilarious, most wanted Muppet movie ever!
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Kermit's voice is a little off - now that Jim Henson has passed, no one can quite imitate Kermit like him. But the personalities of the Muppets are still the same, and my favorite is still Beaker (who is hilarious in this movie.)
The slapstick and borderline-idiotic comedy are hilarious, and if you're as big a fan of the original Muppets as I am, you'll love every bit of this movie.
Muppets Most Wanted skews slightly younger in the jokes and music. There is a lot of singing, even for a Muppet movie. Still, the film has its moments (more than a few good belly laughs), moves at a brisk pace and is a welcome piece of family entertainment. It is sweet, and loving, as a Muppets movie should be. My 2 year old loved it and we watched it several times over the course of our rental. It held up and so did I, so that's a testament to the film.
I did find some of the humor funny, (Josh Groban hidden scene) it was too few and far between. I remember the muppets from being a kid and raising kids and I think they miss the mark by trying to make a drama within what should just be chaos and skits... It just makes for an uncomfortable ride.
They need to really go back to basics with these characters and play to the randomness that was their magic from the past.