When Jim Henson brought the world The Muppet Show some 40 years ago, the world was a simpler place. It wasn’t as dark and cynical as it is now. There were no reality shows, no CSI, no MTV or E! The world has changed, some for the better and a lot for the worse. So in a world ruled by CGI, explosions and Jersey Shore, is there still a place for the goofiness and innocents of The Muppets?
|Don't worry, they never steal the show from the Muppets.|
|Is Crazy Harry really important enough to ride shotgun?|
|Seriously, Uncle Deadly! How cool is that?!|
|Thankfully, this is the only scene Pepe is in.|
|Kermit's talk is one of the most touching scenes in the whole film.|
Edit: I know we don't normally talk about movies here on Adamant Ditto and it isn't going to become a regular thing or anything, I mean, it isn't what we're about. But The Muppets are very important to many of us here at Adamant Ditto, me especially and we reference them often so I figured a review was warranted in this case. Also, I really want this movie to do well.