The Muppet Movie


Action / Adventure / Comedy / Family / Musical

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 89%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 88%
IMDb Rating 7.6 10 27747


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Tim Burton as Muppet Performer
Steve Martin as Insolent Waiter
Cloris Leachman as Lord's Secretary
Mel Brooks as Professor Max Krassman
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751.73 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 35 min
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1hr 35 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by shadow_blade-89459 9 / 10

Still Love This Movie

The Muppet Movie (1979) was a very innovative film for its time. The life-like portrayal of puppets interacting with humans was a very fun and entertaining dynamic. The story is about Kermit, voiced by Jim Henson" traveling from the swamp to Hollywood in pursuit of fame, fortune and the ability to make the world a happier place. Through his travels he meets what would become his family.

James Frawley is a very versatile director who has a heavy focus in television, but I think his work on The Muppet Movie is some of his best. The deliberate camera angles to accentuate the puppets as real people rather than dolls enhanced the story. The audio in this film was spot on as it needed to be due to the limited facial expressions of the puppets. There were no major hiccups that detracted from the story and the self-perceived over acting from that puppets were a welcomed necessity.

I enjoyed this film as a child and caught myself singing along to every song upon my review as an adult. This movie has an incredible amount of enjoyable slap stick comedy and the cameos from the likes of famous comedians like Richard Prior, Bob Hope, Steve Martin and Charles McCarthy pushed the film over the top. The music helped push every scene right along helping to exclude any stagnant scenes. Overall, I loved this film as a child and I love it even more as an adult.

Reviewed by Davis P 9 / 10

Great well written fun!

This movie is just such a classic! Even someone who has never been a big muppet fan can and will enjoy this very well made film. The voices of them and how they act are of course pretty much the exact same as always. I like how the film starts out. It begins with Kermit just resting on in his swamp while singing and playing his music. A supposed talent agent comes by in a paddle boat and points out Kermit's blatant musical talent and says he should travel to Hollywood and audition. Kermit likes the sound of that idea and leaves his swamp home behind for Hollywood. On the very first stop along the way, he comes across Fozzie the bear and makes quick friends with him at a restaurant that serves deep fried frog legs. There is a man who advertises them at the restaurant and he spots Kermit and wants to catch him. This man becomes our villain. Kermit and Fozzie continue their journey to Hollywood. Their car ride is accompanied by fun musical numbers to entertain along the way. Eventually we come into contact with more muppet characters and then they stop at a county fair where a county fair pageant is being held. Enter miss piggy. She comes onto the big screen and as you may guess, her and Kermit lock starry eyes with one another and that's all it takes to take her with them to Hollywood. The scenes with Kermit and Piggy are very well written and I loved seeing them on screen together. They have a date night at a hotel they stop at and as if the movie wasn't already good enough then we get a Steve Martin cameo as the obnoxious waiter serving them. Then eventually we wrap the movie up with a dual against the villain and seeing if all their Hollywood dreams come true. 9/10 for the muppet movie. And it's an awesome pick for family viewing!

Reviewed by Hitchcoc 9 / 10

One of a Kind

This is a delight. After we watched these guys on their own show, they became a part of us. So this had to be good. Well, it was. First of all, the plot is interesting. Kermit is heading for Hollywood, not knowing what's in store for him. Along the way, he encounters other Muppet notables, including main squeeze, MIss Piggy. Of course, as they progress toward their destination, there are frequent adventures. Each has its own charms. In addition to the wonderful events, we get some great songs. "The Rainbow Connection" is an anthem for diversity. I can't really add too much to what others have said, but suffice it to say that this is pure delight. The Muppet animation is beyond the pale. Great movie. It's sad we have lost some of the people that brought this to us.

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