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I no longer remember, but the sweetness of the movie coupled with memories of those times when he sank into a chair to watch the television show with me made me tear up several times. They don’t need to slink back insecurely back into the frame of fame (although their last project, the television film , released a mere six years ago, was not well received).
But nostalgia tends to come in waves, and in between the peaks, there are troughs. Yet other than a song in which Gary and Walter wonder, separately, insanely and hilariously, whether they are Muppets or men, the catchiest song in the film is a new version of “Mahnamahna” that plays over the credits. Witness the rapid increase in the movie’s pace as soon as there is critical Muppet mass.
"I cried the first time Kermit said a line I'd written," Segel said in an interview with Hit
"I'd been writing the script for about four years, literally since '[Forgetting] Sarah Marshall.' We did a table reading, and they'd brought the puppets for the first time.
On learning that Miss Piggy is living in Paris, where she’s the plus-size editor for Vogue (as if) the gang decides to “travel by map,” driving their car right out of the ocean and onto French shores.
is classic Muppet style, gently mocking the whole business of moviemaking while still participating in it.
(MORE: The 25 All-TIME Best Animated Films) Who wants to criticize this guy’s best efforts? That’s not to say that I didn’t have a lovely time at , or that I don’t recommend it as a good time for families over the holidays. At least half of my critical thinking went out of the window, overwhelmed by sheer nostalgia.
All those decades of imagining turned to years plotting and working, all reaching a culmination -- it's so often enough to make one cry.is a Disney production, but actor Jason Segel, who was born in 1980, is the person most responsible for bringing Jim Henson’s puppets back to the big screen.