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The Muppets (Blu-ray)

Released on 11 June 2012

Featuring: Zach Galifianakis, Emily Blunt & Amy Adams

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: Universal Suitable for All

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Muppet domination continues with a hilarious new movie from Walt Disney Studios.

Jason Segel, Academy Award nominee (Best Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role, Junebug, 2005; Doubt, 2008; The Fighter, 2010) Amy Adams and Academy Award winner (Best Performance by An Actor In A Supporting Role, Adaptation, 2002) Chris Cooper join everyone's favourite Muppets and an all-star celebrity cast in a comic adventure for the whole family. While on vacation in Los Angeles, Walter, the world's biggest Muppet fan, his brother Gary, and friend Mary uncover the diabolical plot of a greedy oil millionaire to destroy the Muppet Theatre. Now, the Muppet-loving trio must reunite Kermit, Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear and their friends to stage the greatest Muppet telethon ever and save their beloved theatre. The gang is back together again in a must-own movie full of irresistible music and family fun. Bring home the biggest Muppet adventure ever on Disney Blu-ray!
  • *Artwork subject to change



  • The Longest Blooper Reel Ever Made (In Muppet History*) *We Think
  • Scratching The Surface: A Hasty Examination Of The Making Of The Muppets
  • A Little Screen Test On The Way To The Read Through
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Theatrical Spoof Trailers
  • Audio Commentary With Jason Segel, James Bobin And Nicholas Stoller

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 SENSATIONAL, INSPERATIONAL, CELEBRATIONAL AND PRETTY GOOD!

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It's been over a decade since the Muppets last graced the big screen, yet Kermit, Fozzie and the gang are still remembered with fond reverence by grown up fans of The Muppet Show, The Muppet Movie or any of their other filmic outings.
It's not the grown ups, however, that this film needs to impress if it's to be considered a success. Will under 10s look at the Muppets and see just a bunch of lame, low tech puppets? Rising to the challenge is Jason Segel. The man who shoehorned a puppet musical into the climactic scene of Forgetting Sarah Marshall.
Segel's well documented Muppet mania was the catalyst that got this movie into production, seven years after Disney acquired the rights from The Jim Henson Company. He co wrote the script with Nicholas Stoller and co stars as Gary, an ordinary guy from Smalltown who takes his fiancee Mary (Amy Adams, adorable) and younger brother Walter (a 3ft chap who happens to be made out of orange felt) on an exciting trip to The Muppet Studios in Hollywood.
When Walter discovers his heroes have disbanded and an evil billionaire named Tex Richman (Chris Cooper) is planning to take over the Muppets Theatre, he realises the only way to save them is to get the old gang back together and put on a fundraiser.
This swings into motion a textbook on with the show musical comedy, celebrating the virtues of teamwork, being kind to each other and impromptu song and dance numbers the kind of thing the Muppets do best.
This update's great strength is that it marries classic Muppet antics with the most Muppety aspects of modern culture. You couldn't find two more apt human sidekicks than duo Segel and Adams, while bringing Flight Of The Conchords' Bret McKenzie in to write the songs is an inspired choice.
Perhaps there are one too many hip celebrity cameos (Dave Grohl, Zak Galifianakis, Kirsten Schaal, Leslie Feist). But those who accuse the movie of pandering too much to thirtysomething nostalgia hounds forget that the Muppets always were about bad puns, fourth wall breaking gags and broaching the silly sophisticated divide between adult and kid humour.
In an age when the R rated comedy has become mainstream, that's rare enough to be refreshing. To the ones who never watched the show as kids and had the lunch box, watch, wellies may just wonder what all the fuss about, but to the BIG kid in us the Muppets are just plain, loveable and nice.
This movie is the sunniest, happiest film in the world and if the under 10 in your life can't appreciate that, it might be time to put them up for adoption.

 SENSATIONAL, INSPERATIONAL, CELEBRATIONAL AND PRETTY GOOD!

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It's been over a decade since the Muppets last graced the big screen, yet Kermit, Fozzie and the gang are still remembered with fond reverence by grown up fans of The Muppet Show, The Muppet Movie or any of their other filmic outings.
It's not the grown ups, however, that this film needs to impress if it's to be considered a success. Will under 10s look at the Muppets and see just a bunch of lame, low tech puppets? Rising to the challenge is Jason Segel. The man who shoehorned a puppet musical into the climactic scene of Forgetting Sarah Marshall.
Segel's well documented Muppet mania was the catalyst that got this movie into production, seven years after Disney acquired the rights from The Jim Henson Company. He co wrote the script with Nicholas Stoller and co stars as Gary, an ordinary guy from Smalltown who takes his fiancee Mary (Amy Adams, adorable) and younger brother Walter (a 3ft chap who happens to be made out of orange felt) on an exciting trip to The Muppet Studios in Hollywood.
When Walter discovers his heroes have disbanded and an evil billionaire named Tex Richman (Chris Cooper) is planning to take over the Muppets Theatre, he realises the only way to save them is to get the old gang back together and put on a fundraiser.
This swings into motion a textbook on with the show musical comedy, celebrating the virtues of teamwork, being kind to each other and impromptu song and dance numbers the kind of thing the Muppets do best.
This update's great strength is that it marries classic Muppet antics with the most Muppety aspects of modern culture. You couldn't find two more apt human sidekicks than duo Segel and Adams, while bringing Flight Of The Conchords' Bret McKenzie in to write the songs is an inspired choice.
Perhaps there are one too many hip celebrity cameos (Dave Grohl, Zak Galifianakis, Kirsten Schaal, Leslie Feist). But those who accuse the movie of pandering too much to thirtysomething nostalgia hounds forget that the Muppets always were about bad puns, fourth wall breaking gags and broaching the silly sophisticated divide between adult and kid humour.
In an age when the R rated comedy has become mainstream, that's rare enough to be refreshing. To the ones who never watched the show as kids and had the lunch box, watch, wellies may just wonder what all the fuss about, but to the BIG kid in us the Muppets are just plain, loveable and nice.
This movie is the sunniest, happiest film in the world and if the under 10 in your life can't appreciate that, it might be time to put them up for adoption.

 Muppets Rule

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I love the Muppets. Always have. Always will. I thoroughly enjoyed this film, it really breathed new life into the franchise. Can't wait for the next one.

 Seriously Grown-ups Negative Reviewing a Disney Film!!

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Firstly I would like to say, i'm a grown-up... well most of the time. I loved the muppets the first time round (seems everyone says that too!)

This film is a fresh twist on the muppets, designed to both introduce little future grown-ups to the muppets and bring some nostalgia to the screen for us older people.

Yes it's funny, yes it's cringe worthy at times, yes the songs are cringeworthy too (but they'll get stuck in your head anyway!) The human actors are funny and their roles were surely never expected to be oscar winning, serious or less than childish comedy.

In short I found this an enjoyable watch and as for the kids; they ask to watch it all the time, which says it all for me!

Maybe i'm just "a muppet of a man" but 5*'s from me :)

 Muppets Bring it ON John In Liverpool

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I went to see this film on the big screen with my stepdaughter. The cinema was full to overflowing. And may i say not all where children ( well maybe in spirit) I remember all the muppets from when they started on Sesame Street with the old crew and right through to the TV productions and then to film. This film is full of fun laughter and toe tapping songs. They are an institution that brings home family values that we should not forget. From start to finish the high points to the sad points it made you feel for all the characters old and new. I will be adding this film to my collection. Oh yes i am 56 and my stepdaughter is 21. And we both had a good laugh at ourselves and even at some of the audiance who obviously had a great time to. Dont be put off by some of the previous underated views.

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ActorsZach Galifianakis, Emily Blunt, Amy Adams, Ed Helms, Selena Gomez, Jason Segel, John Krasinski, Neil Patrick Harris, Jack Black, Danny Trejo, Rashida Jones, Ricky Gervais, Katy Perry, Eric Stonestreet & Donald Glover
DirectorJames Bobin
CertificateUniversal Suitable for All
Year2011
Screen1.78:1
LanguagesEnglish
Additional LanguagesFrench Canadian ; Dutch ; Flemish
SubtitlesEnglish for the hearing impaired ; French ; Dutch
Closed CaptionsYes
Duration1 hour and 43 minutes (approx)