Reading this makes my day For me, MMW is the best Muppet film right under the original and TMTM.ETA: I forgot to mention, I made my friends watch MTM this past week and they FINALLY got that MMW is more in line with the classic Muppets humor (I am trying to get them to watch TMS now haha). I got one of them to see the movie again with me and he said he enjoyed it a lot more the second time around now that he wasn't expecting something like TM(2011). I think *that* is the biggest problem MMW has... audiences are expecting TM and not classic Muppets stuff. Don't get me wrong, I LOVED TM(2011) because honestly I felt Walter represented us huge fans and even tho it tried to play a lot with pulling at the audience's heart strings, it truly made for a warm revival Muppets movie. It was lovely. However, not classic muppets extreme sillyness and antics. I just feel audiences need to know that this is old school muppets. ok, sorry about that long write up... rant over.
Not sure what that means. I can't see the Kermit/Piggy relationship, if it was put to rest(if say, there was a 'wedding' and we never heard their relationship talked about again) having any affect on public interest or perception.It's one of the main reasons that keeps the Muppets going though. Whether people wanna admit it or not it's true.
Beaker, sweetie--this is so far off the mark that I don't know what to say, but let me try a few things.I can't see the Kermit/Piggy relationship, if it was put to rest(if say, there was a 'wedding' and we never heard their relationship talked about again) having any affect on public interest or perception.
Louis Kazzager not being in this film. Why would Disney leave him out of this film?