Muppets from Space


Action / Adventure / Comedy / Family / Fantasy / Music / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 63%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 59%
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 16193


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Katie Holmes as Joey Potter
Ray Liotta as Gate Guard
Joshua Jackson as Beach Scene
Rob Schneider as TV Producer
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1hr 27 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Syl 8 / 10

Gonzo Phones Home!

Gonzo's family has been searching for him throughout the galaxy. When he gets word of their impending arrival, the United States government wants to know about the alien life forms. As usual the film is filled with cameos and performances from celebrities like Jeffrey Tambor; Pat Hingle; Andie MacDowell; Ray Liotta; Rob Schneider; Kathy Griffin and more. The celebrity appearances can't take away from the Muppets though especially Miss Piggy Who Always Steals the Show. The film is humorous at times. The cast is terrific and the writing could be better. There are cameos of Katie Holmes and Joshua Jackson from their show. The film is wholesome family viewing and fun for all.

Reviewed by Mr-Fusion 6 / 10

Not bad

"Muppets from Space" is a middling effort as these movies go; the customary wit has dulled and the crop of guest stars screams late '90s (Hollywood Hogan?). But there isn't really a "bad" Muppet movie out there; they all have their benefits. This one puts the "Muppets Tonight" players to good use (and more importantly, there's plenty of Bobo) and the clich├ęd funk song choices are still toe-tappers.


Not to sound like I'm slamming the movie, but did we really need to know that Gonzo is a (SPOILER)? I mean, if humans are okay with Muppets walking around, couldn't he just be a . . . thing?

Reviewed by tiskec 7 / 10

A Good Muppet Adventure!

I really liked this movie as soon as the title screen broke off. I liked how all the muppets are living together in a single house and they all have these quirky ways of preparing for their day. It's really fun to watch them in the beginning.

The humor is pretty funny. It all starts when Gonzo sees these subliminal messages, such as altering his breakfast cereal or through a bears sandwich. Then, after seeing these messages he tries telling his rat buddy, and all the others. They end up thinking he's a loony or he's going through some kind of identity phase. This was typical, of course.

During all of this, the government is currently monitoring alien life form of earth out of a top secret base disguised as a cement factory. I like how they have the actor Ray Loieta as the guard to the vehicle entrance. He was a goofball.

Eventually the government follows all the signs the aliens are leaving on Earth. They eventually lead them to Gonzo. When they reach Gonzo, they capture him and store him for experiments. Then, the muppets come to try and rescue him.

I won't tell you the ending, since this review has already spoiled enough of the film. Do you think Gonzo is just having hallucinations due to a mental break down, or are they really signs from his brethren from space? I guess you'll have to watch the movie to find out.

Looking through my big picture, I believe "Muppets From Space" is by far the best Muppet movie created by Jim Henson. I really enjoyed it. The humor actually stuck to me. I would recommend this to anyone as the number one Muppets movie to watch.

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