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Which "Muppets" Movie Are You Actually?
You are the granddaddy of them all and a fine example of American idealism as you recount the story of a frog with big dreams, a bear with a Studebaker and all of the great adventures you can have when you reach for the stars. Go pop open a bottle of one of Idaho's finest wines and bask in your own glory.
The Muppets' second feature film, "The Great Muppet Caper" offers up all of the intrigue of a classic heist film with less George Clooney and Brad Pitt and more Kermit the Frog and The Great Gonzo. What could be better?
You've had it with your humdrum life and are ready for the big times to be had in the Big Apple. Who knows what adventures might present themselves as you take Kermit, Miss Piggy, and the rest of the gang to the City that Never Sleeps.
When Charles Dickens penned his famous novella, he probably didn't have it in mind that, about a century later, the story of miserly Ebeneezer Scrooge would be brought to life using a bunch of puppets, but that's you! Good luck with the whole Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come segment - that one's brutal.
The classic tale of pirates and treasure seekers by Robert Louis Stevenson is brought lovingly to life by you in this splendid retelling of the story of Long John Silver and young Jim Hawkins. What could be better than Muppets at sea? Not much!
You are, arguably, the most forgettable Muppet film, but what you lack in notoriety, you more than make up in some excellent puppet sci-fi action.
The Muppets had been relegated to the world of errant commercials, YouTube videos, and talk show appearances until you came along and heroically returned Kermit and the gang to prominence. You are most appreciated, even if Walter is kind of a lame character.
Following up on the success of the Muppets' cinematic reboot, you are one of the most self-referential sequels of all time, but you own it. You take your sequeldom and run with it and just simply don't care. For that, you should be commended.
Join Dorothy, Toto, the Tin Man, the Cowardly Lion, and the Scarecrow as you take a beloved novel and subsequent film and give it the Muppet treatment. You may not have made it to theaters like your peers, but as the old saying goes, "There's no place like home." Go you!