The Muppets

The Muppets

When Kermit the Frog and the Muppets learn that their beloved theater is slated for demolition, a sympathetic human, Gary, and his puppet roommate, Walter, swoop in to help the gang put on a show and raise the $10 million they need to save the day.

When 3 Muppet fans learn that Tex Richman wants to drill under the Muppet Theater for oil, Gary, Mary and Walter set out to find the Muppets who have been split up for years so that they can put on one last show and save the Muppet Theater. Kermit the Frog now lives in his own mansion depressed in Hollywood, 'The Great Gonzo' is a high class plumber at Gonzo's Royal Flush, Fozzie Bear performs with a tribute band called The Moopets, Miss Piggy is the plus-size fashion editor at Vogue Paris, and Animal is at a celebrity anger management rehab center in Santa Barbara. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Darren C (kr) wrote: Basement is one of those horror movies where it uses very little blood and gore and uses the atmosphere and the situation to scare you, unfortunately for this movie, it fails to do it's job. Danny Dyer and Jimi Mistry star in Basement, which is about a group of anti-war protestors driving home after a demo. They decide to use a route through the woods to which Danny Dyer's character, Gary, conveniently needs to go to the toilet and so the group stops. While he goes to do his business, they get out of the car and stretch their legs and walk around the woods only to find an underground chamber. Now the group are trapped in this underground basement with the exit sealed and no way out, what's more is that there's something down there trying to kill them. As much as I really want to say something good about Basement, I just can't do it. The movie started okay and the pacing was good, we're introduced to the main characters of the movie and we learn a little about them (which is hardly anything) and then they find the underground hatch and that's where everything goes wrong. When they locked the characters in the hatch, they also forgot to lock in the story, the plot, the script and everything else. The main problem with Basement is that the plot was very stretched, adding pointless scenes to the movie and actually making the runtime of 95 minutes a problem as it was too long. There were quite a few scenes that were unnecessary, it didn't set the creepy atmosphere that the movie was supposed to do either and you could have easily cut half an hour out of the movie and not miss anything. The acting is quite bad and their performances weren't believable at all except for Danny Dyer, who's the only believable actor in the cast as he plays himself, which is usual in most movies Danny Dyer stars in and his acting is still dire. The rest of the cast had the same problem, there were no performances that really stood out in your mind. The movie is just bad on so many levels. The problem with Basement is almost everything. The story was quite confusing, almost non-existent and quite stupid at times and the ending is possibly the most ridiculous thing about the movie. Also, the movie became boring and confusing as the movie went on. The characters had nothing to them, they were uninteresting, boring and they had no personality and definitely could have been written much better. This is supposed to be a horror movie and yet there's absolutely nothing remotely scary or creepy about it. The only thing I do like about Basement is that it doesn't use a lot of blood and gore to scare you but it tries to use that claustrophobic feeling but it's a shame that it didn't work. This movie had loads of potential and it could have been next to the likes of The Descent if the movie was done well but I think Basement would have been a little bit better if it was a short film. Basement is the worst UK horror movie I've seen this year, without a doubt. There was literally no plot, no direction, no story, no character development, and no appeal...almost absolutely nothing. There's not even one memorable scene or performance, the whole movie was just bad. Danny Dyer proved that he could be a good actor as he did a very good performance in Malice in Wonderland but he was quite bad in Basement and it's frustrating to see, let's hope he can choose a better movie in the future. Overall, Basement is quite a poor attempt to try and scare you and it's also a poor attempt at making a movie. I'm actually stuck, as I don't know who would like this movie, I can't really see anybody liking this as most people would probably be disappointed. If you want a good suggestion, skip this and watch The Hole, which is basically similar to Basement.

Phillip R (ca) wrote: Not really as entertaining or funny as I had hoped, just kind of a sad feeling you get seeing these total dorks trying to excell at something completely meeningless.

Brian M (fr) wrote: I just finished watching boy culture, and I thought it was a pretty decent movie. As a gay man, I often wondered what it would be like to be hot and be able to make money selling my body, or If I ever could. (Well once or twice when I was younger, but, not because I was trying.) I found the actor who played "X" very hot. I also kind of figured out that the older man was just building him up for a really hot night, but some of the stuff that happened was only mildly predictable, while the acting was still good. Some of the story lines of who met who, and all that happened in between kind of reminded me of my own life. The only difference being that I would have no problem telling X that I was in love with him. But, it seems that guys like that do get freaked out by someone who might want to get too close to them. But, damn it would be fun trying. Wink! In my view I could be all of those guys rolled into one, curious, romantic, experienced, and certainly horny. It's almost like looking into my own world, only wishing it was more like that. The sad thing is, I could have had a life like that if had the courage when I was that age. It's another one of those "what if?" movies. I liked it.

Jason S (ru) wrote: Silly and poorly acted. Fun for comic fans I guess and you get to see a little bit of comic con.

Andy C (ru) wrote: The film is so wholesome and gay that you'll want to hurl and yet the songs are so catchy that you'll find yourself tapping your feet in spite of yourself.

Jonathon R (ru) wrote: Top five best movies ever

Jim H (ru) wrote: A Jew avoids the Holocaust by pretending to be a German translator and subsequently joins the Hitler Youth.I'll give this film credit for an inherently dramatic and compelling idea - a Jew who is forced to hide his identity among people who seek his destruction. But what holds this film back is the performance by Marco Hofschneider. There is only one scene in which I believed the film's plot produced an internal conflict for the protagonist - when the teacher was evaluating his "racial purity." Every other scene was played off so blithely that I wondered if the actor understood the story. In fact, there were several scenes that I wondered whether or not the dramatic situation was being played for comedic effect. And in order to get to the story, there are several quirks of fate, like the protagonist leading German troops to the Russian hideout, that defy verisimilitude.Overall, this is a great idea for a film, but the result is somewhat less than its parts.

Chris P (ca) wrote: This was supposed to make people protect African lions, but it just made me want to shoot all of them on sight.

Eric H (ru) wrote: The Final Verdict: While not really offering much beyond it's gore, this one instead is a little easier to watch for it's sense of fun. Fans of similar kinds of films would really enjoy this one, and gore-hounds will also find a lot to like, while those who aren't so high on technically-incompetent films will be put off with this one.

Amy G (es) wrote: Katie is my favorite, but everyone else says i'm like horton

Brandon S (es) wrote: What ever happened to Nick Nolte? Dude can swing a billy club. Plus he gets to shoot a love scene with Jennifer Connelly. Felt like they didn't utilize this great cast as much as they could have.

Andre C (us) wrote: Isis always one step ahead. Hollywoods dream an Isis reality. Wake up people you can't fight Isis when your own hearts are full of murder and hatred. You want to send Isis to hell but you promote the same ideas through fantasy. Thus you are destined to meet eachother for eternity. If you want to stop evil, start in your own heart. The heart is wicked above all things, and out of it spring forth murder, hatred, jealousy, pride, greed, selfishness etc. Evil cannot fight evil. Repent of your evil, turn to God with faith in his mercy to save you, and then will you know how to remove the evil from your land. Evil doesnt cross the border, it comes from within. Fear God and you will live.

Erik G (nl) wrote: I'm familiar with this animated film title from childhood through a few scenes... Snoopy, along with his feathered friend Woodstock, visits Lila at the hospital after receiving a letter from her. Charlie Brown and the rest of the gang are wondering where their beagle companion went - Chuck's like, "Snoopy, come home!" While the "No Dogs Allowed" signs that Snoopy runs into are so annoying to me, they really are silly running gags. What a heartwarming film. :)