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  • Actors: Jason Segel, Amy Adams
  • Format: AC-3, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: Spanish, French, English
  • Subtitles: French
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG
  • Studio: Walt Disney Studios Entertainment
  • Release Date: March 20 2012
  • Run Time: 103 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B004EPZ03O
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #17,807 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Muppet domination continues with a hilarious new movie from Walt Disney Studios. Jason Segel, Academy Award® nominee Amy Adams (Best Performance By An Actress In a Supporting Role, Junebug, Doubt, The Fighter) and Academy Award winner Chris Cooper (Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role, Adaptation) join everyone's favorite Muppets and an all-star celebrity cast in a comic adventure for the whole family. While on vacation in Los Angeles, Walter, the world's biggest Muppet fan, his brother Gary, and friend Mary uncover the diabolical plot of a greedy oil millionaire to destroy the Muppet Theater. Now, the Muppet-loving trio must reunite Kermit, Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear and their friends to stage the greatest Muppet telethon ever and save their beloved theater. The gang is back together again in a must-own movie full of irresistible music and family fun. Bring home the biggest Muppet adventure ever on Disney Blu-ray™ and DVD!


Movies attempting to retrieve cherished nuggets of pop culture often stumble, either by appealing solely to the die-hard minutia enthusiasts or clunking up the batter with unnecessary additions to the base material. (Enough with the human love triangles, get to the giant robots fighting.) Thankfully, this revival of Jim Henson's beloved characters gets the formula delightfully right, providing a googly-eyed nostalgia trip for adults while also retaining the original's sense of bright (and mildly subversive) wonder. All that's missing is a cameo from Shields and Yarnell, really. Kicking off with a boffo musical number, the story follows Walter (voice of Peter Linz), a small-town boy with a uniquely personal affection for the long-retired Muppets. (OK, he's made of felt.) Teaming up with his brother (Jason Segel, who also co-scripted) and the local schoolteacher (Amy Adams), they attempt to get Kermit, Fozzie, and the gang back together in order to save their studio from an evil oil baron (Chris Cooper, going all in). Director James Bobin (Flight of the Conchords) does a marvelous job of updating and honoring his material, weaving sly references to days gone by (the contents of Kermit's rolodex are a particular delight) into the mix of songs, celebrity cameos, and barn-broad puns that gave the original show its bubbly kick. (Fans of Animal and the Chickens will not go home disappointed.) Even the moments that don't quite work land with a cornball brio that feels wholly of a piece with Henson's universe. The result is a true family movie that still brings on the blissful, uncomplicated grins days after viewing. No matter what Statler and/or Waldorf might say, the show goes on. --Andrew Wright

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Versions of The Muppets on Blu-ray™ and DVD

The Muppets
The Muppets [DVD + Soundtrack Download Card]
The Muppets (2-Disc Combo Pack) [Blu-ray + DVD]
The Muppets (3-Disc Combo Pack + Soundtrack Download Card) [Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy]
Release Date March 20, 2012
March 20, 2012
March 20, 2012
March 20, 2012
Format/Disc # DVD DVD & Soundtrack Download Card
Blu-ray™ & DVD
Blu-ray™, DVD, Digital Copy & Soundtrack Download Card
Blu-ray™ No No Yes Yes
DVD Yes Yes Yes Yes
Digital Copy No No No Yes
Bonus Features
DVD Feature Film+ Bonus

Digital Full-Length Original Soundtrack (English Only)

The Longest Blooper Reel Ever Made (In Muppet History**)
Blu-ray™Feature Film + Bonus
DVD Feature Film+ Bonus
Scratching the Surface: A Hasty Examination of The Making of The Muppets
A Little Screen Test on the Way to the Read Through
Explaining Evil: The Full Tex Richman Song
Deleted Scenes
Audio Commentary
Disney Intermission
The Longest Blooper Reel Ever Made
(In Muppet History**)

Same as The Muppets (2-Disc Combo Pack) plus:

Digital Copy
Digital Full-Length Original Soundtrack (English Only)

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By The Movie Guy HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on July 18 2016
Format: Blu-ray
The film spoofs 1950's musicals. The Muppets must raise 10 million dollars or lose their old studio and trade name. Like old 50's musicals, the plot has holes big enough to drive a truck through. The music was great. Numerous stars appeared in the movie and hammed it up. The cameos kept me guessing. While this is a kid's movie, much of the humor is directed toward an older generation. For instance, Emily Blunt who was in "Devil Wears Prada" was Miss Piggy's receptionist at her Paris larger size fashion office. Mickey Rooney appears in the small town song and dance.

This is the typical Muppet humor with the numerous asides and unexpected turns. Amy Adams and Jason Segel, the 2 human stars were less than stellar, but then again they were mostly playing a straight man for Muppets. If you loved the Muppets before, you'll love them again.
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"The Muppets" arrives on blu ray with MPEG-4 AVC 1080p 1.85:1 encode. The video transfer is truly outstanding. There are tremendous details: every bump and tuft of Walter's felt, Fozzy's furry exterior to the wispy hairs on Animal's head, all clearly visible. The colours are bright and saturated, and they simply pop off the screen: with perfectly saturated Kermit greens, Piggy pinks, Fozzie browns, Gonzo purples and Animal reds. Blacks are deep and inky. This Disney transfer is simply flawless. (5/5)


Disney's DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 surround track is pure electric mayhem, matching the power, punch and pizazz of the film's visuals beat for beat and song for song. Dialogue is crystal clear. In my 9 speaker home theatre, there is discrete sound from the lateral and rear speakers, making the audio a very immersive experience. The music in the film is brilliant and funny (a hard combination). The sound of all the songs is so outstanding, that I even bought the CD soundtrack for this film. (5/5)


The song "Man or Muppet" won the Best Original Song Oscar in 2011, beating "Real in Rio" from "Rio". It is the first time in the history of Academy Awards that only two songs were nominated.


This Muppets may not be Henson's Muppets, and I do miss Frank Oz's involvement. Segel and Stoller, with a near perfect comedy effort, were able to take a franchise that hadn't been seen on the big screen in over a decade and create something timeless and successful. With a top-notched video and tremendous soundtrack, "The Muppets" is thoroughly enjoyable, and is highly recommended. I also bought the Original Soundtrack CD with 30 tracks: also a very fulfilling experience.
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By K. Gordon TOP 100 REVIEWER on Oct. 20 2012
Format: DVD
While never as artful as, say the best of the Pixar films, this has a sweet heart, and a goofy sense of self-deprecating humor.

Definitely aimed at kids first. But with enough clever twists on old movie clichés, jabs at 1980's culture, great little celebrity cameos
and kidding of standard Hollywood storytelling that there is plenty to keep a grown up smiling and entertained. Alan Arkin has a priceless
couple of minutes, and Jack Black proves himself a good sport indeed.

A tip of the hat to the lead human performers Jason Segel and Amy Adams who catch just the right note of real emotion, mixed with a friendly
wink at the audience so that we care, but it never feels sappy.

Segel was a co-writer as well, and created a story where we can actually be touched by his over-dependent relationship with his
inexplicably Muppet brother Walter. A really 'nice' fun family movie, where 'nice' is not a backhanded compliment, but as an honest one.
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Format: Blu-ray
I think the parents will enjoy this more than their kids. But we are its target market, not them. The film was smugly self-aware (a trait that can either work well, or be annoying. But the Muppets have always broken the 4th wall, haven't they?), and yet somehow it remained centred in Kermit's basic decency. They wisely made the film more about how the Muppets are a relic of the simpler time, and then peppered it with 1970s/80s references and intentionally cheesy song-and-dance numbers (two at least were pretty good/funny). The plot was essentially a rehash of the Muppet Movie, really ('let's get the gang together'), but by setting it in the old Muppet Theatre, they took us back to the show itself, allowing us to see it in a more expansive way (strangely, they never had a shot from the perspective they ALWAYS had in the show ' Kermit by the loudspeaker, calling the next act on stage).

The biggest potential pitfall was Kermit's voice. But it worked well. At times he sounded like Kermit. And others, he didn't really'..but his mannerisms and personality were all bang-on. There were other distractions (like the fact the puppets had clearly been rebuilt. Fozzie, in particular looked too new). And too much of the 'new' characters (a human couple, and a new muppet'.who was a convenient plot device, but should be jettisoned if they ever do a sequel. He's a less interesting version of Scooter). As usual, they took up valuable screen time from the existing characters'..it's really only Fozzie, Piggy and Kermit who get any time. Gonzo is my favourite, and we don't see him much'.but he does have a very cool opening sequence, where they find him as a magnate of a successful plumbing business (isn't that how we first met him?).
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