Movie review: The Muppets

Muppets is one of those franchises that many of us have grown up enjoying. With a Childhood filled with Disney, Don Bluth and The Muppets, you can imagine my excitement when I was invited along to the press viewing of the movie.
With comedy DirectorJames Bobinat the wheel, it was clear from the start that we were in for a slightly different Muppet Movie. With comedy actor James Segal, diverse Amy Adams and others such as Chris Cooper and Rashida Jones, the movie has that slight Cheesy Child’s feel but with a hint of Adult playfulness. As the film progresses through the Muppets latest dilemma, you have a slight care factor for these little buckets of felt that you wouldn’t of predicted. With Tex Richman(Chris Cooper), the Rap-singing villain of this story, threatening the Muppets Studio and their names, Gary(James Segal) and his Muppet Brother Walter, help bring all the Muppets family together again to put on their last show to buy back their Studios. With a simple, yet effective story line, the movie was filled with amusing songs and dialogue, giving us some easy entertainment that you and the family will enjoy endless and is definitely one for the fans.
Thank goodness the Muppets are back!

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