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Discussion in 'Muppet Merchandise' started by Phillip, Nov 5, 2012.
i agree its boring stupid and no muppets and dosent help the plot sorry
I wouldnt go as far as calling it "stupid"....i just dont care for it...thats all!
I've only watched my copy once since buying it.
Ha ha, me too. Nothing against the film though, we watch it year-round in my home. Looks pretty fantastic in HD too, will definitely watch it at least 2 more times before the end of the year. I LOVE me some Christmas Muppets!
I haven't had time to watch anything!!
I got the Amazon exclusive yesterday. I love it! The best thing is everything, even the commentaries, are subtitled! But how many different clips are in the Intermission? In other words, when should I stop watching it?
If you don't know what I mean, on the M11 Blu-ray, the intermission came in a specific order, so you'd know when you'd want to stop watching it. But on this, it's random, and some clips show up twice. So could you please help me?
Yes, I ran into the same problem. I think there are only 3 clips.
That doesn't help. I found 5. Does anyone know for sure?
Ask the O Mighty, Wise, Muppet Wiki.
(I'm looking right now on MW, can't find anything. Will continue looking)
Here's the clips I found on the Intermission: Jingle Bells, Deck the Halls, Joy to the World, O Christmas Tree, and We Wish You a Merry Christmas. Can someone please tell me for sure how many there are? Why didn't they put them in a specific order like the M11 Blu-ray?
I have been extremely picky about buying anything on Blu-ray that I already own on DVD. In the case of the Muppet films, I've been open to the new version. However, when I found out that "When Love is Gone" was not going to be on the Blu-ray in an extended cut of the film like the last DVD had it, I was sad to hear it. I think for this film for now, my DVD is good enough.
It took me a long time to find the blu ray and have it work for me with the problems I had previously had. When I finally able to play the blu ray I was quite happy with the quality of the movie the sound and color. I also loved the Kermit/Gonzo/Rizzo/Charles Dickens/Staler & Waldorf commentary. It was a lot of fun, and I loved the banter of Gonzo and Rizzo, and It was good to hear Steve as Rizzo. I had started to miss the rat.
All in all with all the issues I had at the beginning of the relesse I was happy with the blu ray. I'm still a little upset with the marketing. I think it could have been done a little better.
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