The Fantastic Miss Piggy Show

The Fantastic Miss Piggy Show

The Fantastic Miss Piggy Show is a one-hour television special starring the glamorous Miss Piggy, which aired on ABC on September 17, 1982. Miss Piggy hosts her own variety show, with special guests John Ritter, George Hamilton, and Andy Kaufman (as "Tony Clifton"). Under the direction of Kermit the Frog, the Muppets work in the studio control room and, amidst chaos, manage to keep the show on the air. Throughout the show, a romantic triangle develops among Miss Piggy, Ritter (who is smitten with the pig) and Hamilton (who is deeply uncomfortable with the star's romantic inclinations).

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The Fantastic Miss Piggy Show torrent reviews

Bill W (ca) wrote: Good not great but tj miller was awesome ofcourse the man is a gawd

Donald S (au) wrote: With intentionally B Grade special effects, and a surprisingly creative narrative surrounding Atari's biggest flop, James Rolfe's film debut is so silly, you can help but enjoy it.

M Z (ag) wrote: You can feel Bertolucci's personality in it. It wasn't bad, yet lame pseudo-young details showed old fashioned director. It felt idealistic and lame. Watchable, yet I'd like more.

Jeff N (es) wrote: It is that time of year when I go see all the Oscar-nominated films I haven't yet seen. Selma was one of those I wanted to see, but was turned off by the talk of the historical inaccuracies when it came to LBJ's portrayal. Combined with the ridiculous Al Sharpton protests because of the lack of Director and Actor nods for anyone in Selma, I wasn't entirely excited about seeing the film. However, I'm a relatively objective person though, so I'm happy to say that, while I haven't seen all of the movies yet for which actors have been nominated, I have to admit that I am stunned about the lack of a nod for David Oyelowo. His performance is outstanding. I'm all for Michael Keaton winning an Oscar, but admittedly, David's performance is right up there. His portrayal as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. has to be a Top 5 performance. If it truly isn't, then the ones who were nominated must be insanely good. While I cannot speak for the historical accuracy of LBJ's portrayal, I thought the movie treated the history I DO know, very fairly. Selma has some odd moments, such as the sudden introduction, then little-discussed disappearance, of Malcolm X, but there wasn't an over-dramatic over-portrayal of either side. I am from the deep South and saw the ridiculous behavior of white America not too far after that matched pretty well with the whites displayed in Selma. Even after 50 years, the message of Selma remains so strong, not for just black America, but for every race, culture, sexual preference, etc. It seems so ridiculous that we still struggle as a nation to admit that we have pockets of inequality. Women in the work force, continued racism and the absurd stance that some still have about gay marriage. Movies like this should be required watching.

wan L (nl) wrote: I love this movie. It just sad. The quotes, there were special. Noeru has been drawing/painting since he was young. I amazing that the plot of how much one painting, show Noeru (Takumi Saito) emotion and the sad memories of his friend, Ken, who promises him to take him to the ocean together. Both weeks later, Ken dies. And Noeru is taking emotion and promises hard . . thus, sleep with a lot of one-night-stands. But he opens up to Yoshikazu Kotani character, a hot reports. That help Noeru with his feelings. But I really, Really enjoy the quotes during the movie.

David T (us) wrote: Clean, funny, and though-provoking, Bolt, compare with other disaster animals movies as well as Chicken Little, can catch the attention and the friendship of the audience. Such as memorable Disney movie

Dennis F (ag) wrote: Not as good as the first.

Steven L (gb) wrote: Methodical, understated, with glimpses of humor and interesting lives in Uruguay.

MySheL L (ca) wrote: Made By My GOD: Herschell Gordon Lewis

James C (de) wrote: Compelling documentary about rent boys in Prague who get involved in the porn film industry. The porn director is a scary and intriguing character, bullying and exploiting the boys as he makes films which he says represent his "absolute self" and "philosophical vision" whilst performing autopsies at the local morgue as a day job. One of the more honest films about the impact of neoCapitalism on the former Soviet bloc; the use of Mozart and Albinoni on the soundtrack add a further visionary, spiritual dimension to a film which is ultimately about a certain contemporary soullessness.

William M (nl) wrote: This is my least favorite in the series so far, but it's still good. 35 Up takes off seven years later where 28 Up left off. I wanted to know what happened to Symon but I don't recall him having a segment in this film. If he did, it must have flown by so quickly I missed it. The latter half of the film seemed to have a consistent theme of showcasing the depressing side of everyone's life. It was obvious the filmmakers were trying to garner an emotional reaction out of the audience this time around, and instead of just showing the good and bad, they tried to pull some Michael Moore moments, trying to turn it into a tearjerker, which just didn't work for me. With that said, the people are still interesting and it's entertaining watching them grow and how their perspectives have changed so much in life. Not a whole lot of progression was made with anyone's lives in this one as was the case with some of the previous films, but it still is worth a viewing if you've seen the other Up films.

Ali E (us) wrote: I expected a lot of T&A with boring plot in between, however I was pleasantly surprised to see it's more of a crude slapstick comedy with brief nudity.

Daniel G (it) wrote: Another great installment in the Tinker Bell series. Beautiful picture that's lots of fun for everyone.

monsieur r (ag) wrote: Intriguing romance drama that chronologs the lives of 3 people in love or something like it. Sean Penn is young and good in the first half of the film as a mumbling, lost soul. Robin Penn (relation?) is one very confused and upset young woman who sticks with Sean Penn until his drinking makes him do naughty things. John Travolta, for me, steals this movie away in the last half. As the father of 2 of his 3 young daughters and now married to Robin Penn (after 10 years have passed) we now have the makings of a SHOWDOWN. Sean Penn gets released from being institutionalized and now Robin Penn must deal with her old boyfriend, but not before John Travolta her husband of 10 years has a say in the matter. Quite simply very good and while a rough start to watch in the first 15 minutes for me, it kept getting better and better. A lot for your old uncle Rick to say too. I challenge you to find She's So Lovely, written by veteran director/actor John Cassevettes (Rosemary's Baby) of the 70s and directed by his son Nick Cassevettes.

Dean K (it) wrote: A strange film really, bit slow to start with but has a very good ending with a twist.

Ken C (de) wrote: Captivating and unique ron-com.