Top Ten Best Muppet Movies
It is the very first Muppet movie created in Muppet history.
Asked for this for Christmas of 2015.
I can not wait for this.
This reboot of the Muppet franchise was just brilliant. To play off on the fact that the Muppets weren't popular anymore was just genius! This movie has a lot of laughs and a lot of heart. It is so great that people are finally appreciating the Muppets again.
This is the moment that the Muppets are BACK. This is a really touching story with a lot of fun and it proves that the Muppets will actually never be forgotten. I know it's a new movie, it's not legendary yet but it really should no. 1.
Has 2 of my favorite Muppet songs rainbow connection and Life's a happy song. Even thought Rainbow connection is not from here whatever.
Especially because of Walter.
Although the original Muppet Movie is great, and rightly deserves to be in the top spot, there is something about the Muppet Christmas Carol, that is also very charming.
True it is darker but it is just culture telling the story.
I seen it and I feel lighter than ever.
Warms up my heart.
Kermit and Robin are my favorites.
This film defines me. I did not know who I was or what to do with my life, until I saw this film, this film will solve anyone's problems with anything
Muppet wizard of oz is my real favorite. But with this as the second I chose this.
So great! It is such a masterpiece!
Underappreciated entry and a strong contender in the series for the best combination of action, comedy, and heart. It has a great time filling classic roles with the muppet cast while wisely leaving the central parts to two perfectly cast "human" actors.
Best songs, funniest, best storyline (some muppet movies can get a bit sidetracked), and Tim curry! Doesn't get much better than that.
Tim Curry as Long John Silver! Plus, it has one of the best opening scenes in a Muppet movie.
Tim Curry and The Muppets. A match made in heaven.
This one is my personal favorite Muppet movie (right next to the very first one). It may be similar to other caper films, but it's still a fun watch.
It was a great original movie, but also similar to other caper ones.
This movie has to be the greatest Muppet movie period. The legendary Dave Goelz's Gonzo pulls off a sincere, heartfelt performance that makes us feel so sad and sorry for him because he's the only one of his kind, but then happy when Gonzo finally meets his real family. Oscar material indeed! Steve Whitmire's Rizzo and Kermit, Bill Barretta's Pepe and Bobo, Frank Oz's Miss Piggy, Jeffrey Tambor's K. Edgar Singer, and Pat Hingle's General Luft were also BRILLIANT in this film!
It is so funny. Animal goes wiled. It is just so funny. Miss piggy gets happy gonzo is taken a way. The whole movie is funny
Awesome funk soundtrack. Great gags. Big name guest stars.
This movie was good not because it was a "muppet" movie, but it was good because it was a fantastic film alone.
Great actors in this one. Much better than the one with amy adams.
Enjoyed every second of Ty Burrell Tina Fey and Ricky. Especialy Ty Berrell he is amazing. Love him.
Really feels like something Jim would make, it's the best.
I have not seen this in ages, in fact did not know it was a muppet movie. Loved in a lot as a child. Kinda like Toy story and the Velveteen rabbit combined into one.
Every December, my family would make some popcorn and put this VHS in. We would always laugh and smile and even had some memorable parts. This truly is a masterpiece.
I am 10+ years old now, and some may say this somewhat "dorky" movie is for 4 year olds. And I watched this movie just about every day of my life ages 3-6. We rented the VHS version from the local library and my sister and I loved it. Just the other day, I saw an ad for Sesame Street Live, and it brought back memories of my childhood. So I looked it up on YouTube, and I am still happy to say that this is a good movie.
Elmo's Magic Cookbook is a great movie! I am 10+ years old and I still love it. I watched it just about every day of my life ages 3-6. We rented it from our local library on VHS. An ad for Sesame Street Live that I saw the other day reminded me of it, so I looked it up on YouTube. And I decided it is still a good movie, if not great! Watching it urged me to buy it on DVD, so I now own the movie I was once so close to. My favorite part is the "Speedy Pizza" part, when Grover keeps screwing Mr. Johnson's pizza order up. If you haven't seen this one, DO SO! YOU WON'T REGRET! BEST MUPPET MOVIE EVER!
Why is this so low? This is a classic!
It's a great film with great song and DAVID BOWIE is their more to say