Picking up right where the first film left off (literally, they’re still cleaning up), this is a love story within a mistaken identity story within a Muppet Show Tour that includes all the silliness, puns and songs you would expect from The Muppets.

A nice way to spend a couple of hours if there’s nothing else on, but a bit disappointing on the earworm front.   ♥♥♥♥/5

Picking up right where the first film left off (literally, they’re still cleaning up), this is a love story within a mistaken identity story within a Muppet Show Tour that includes all the silliness, puns and songs you would expect from The Muppets.

Dominc Badguy (“Badgee” – it’s French) approaches the Muppets to give them the idea for a world tour so his boss can use it as a cover for a little crime spree.

Said boss? Just so happens to look like a certain green frog, and with a tiny Gulag escape and cosmetic alteration reminiscent of Superman’s glasses and hair Kermit finds himself locked up directing the Gulag’s annual revue while Constantine takes his place taking charge of the tour. (His leadership leads to Gonzo staging an indoor running of the bulls.  I won’t spoil how that goes.)

A nice way to spend a couple of hours if there’s nothing else on, but I have to admit, it’s been less than a week and none of the songs are still in my head.  Earworms might be annoying, but the only thing worse than getting one is not getting one when you expect to.

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