What becomes of Muppets when theyre no longer famous? Watch The Muppet movie 2011 and you’ll soon find out. If you’re Kermit the frog perhaps you’re holed up in your Bel Air mansion, brooding over past glories.
The Muppet Movie 2011
If you’re Fozzie Bear in the Muppet movie 2011 you’re more likely to be clutching at the tattered edges of your fame, performing a shallow parody of your act in seedy clubs. Or perhaps like the thrill seeker Gonzo, you’ve turned your back on the limelight and gone into business.
As for miss Piggy in the Muppet movie 2011, well, let’s just say her old habit of referring to herself as “moi” was not entirely affectation.
The quest to reunite the Muppet movie 2011 is the subject of the first big-screen outing in 12 years for the late Jim Henson’s lovable characters. The film’s hero is Walter, a young puppet who grew up obsessively watching the Muppet show on TV with his human brother, Gary.
When Walter joins Gary and his girlfriend, Mary on their 10th anniversary trip to Los Angeles, he uncovers a plot by petroleum baron Tex Richman to demolish the old Muppet Theatre and dig for oil. Only if the original Muppets can get back put on a show and raise 10 million can the Theatre be saved.
I can recall watching The Muppet Show as a kid and laughing so hard i could barely breathe. Watching this new the Muppet movie 2011 was a reminder of that delirious sense of pleasure – the laughs are practically non-stop.
Screenwriters Segal and Nicholas Stroller (forgetting Sarah Marshall and Get Him to the Greek) doff their caps to the Muppet phenomenon while reviving it for a new generation.
All of your favourite felt characters get their moment in the spotlight and just like the old Muppet TV show, the movie is jam-packed with celebrity cameos. Young or old, if you’re thinking about going to see, The Muppet movie 2011 (mahna-mahna) do, do, do, do, do
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