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Discussion in 'Sesame Appearances' started by Oscarfan, Apr 28, 2009.
That will be awesome! I can't wait to see this movie this weekend!
It was HILARIOUS! Oscar was great! Me and My girlfriend were the only people cheering him on in the theater. I was so mad when Derth Nader slammed Oscar backed inside his can! =]
Or at least a non-muppety one. In his history I think this might be his 2nd cameo in any film. (not counting sesame movies). His 1st being in the great muppet caper
It also seems that he's been in more movies than any other Sesame Muppet:
The Muppet Movie (crowd; Rainbow Connection ending-behind E/B, below Uncle Deadly)
The Great Muppet Caper (cameo; a very brief one too)
The Muppets Take Manhattan (crowd; Kermit and Piggy's wedding)
Follow that Bird (main)
Elmo in Grouchland (main)
Night at the Museum 2 (cameo, and you know what happens here)
I saw this finally yesterday at a cheap theater... Movie was pretty good itself... Hank Azaria carried the whole thing, and they could have done without the Jonahs Brothers as the singing cupids (even before I knew it was them, I really didn't like that part).
But the Oscar cameo was EPIC for the 2 minutes it lasted. It was great to see a Muppet on the Big Screen again... the last time was Mr. Magoo's Superstore-orium or whatever it was? And even then, it was Muppets From Space before that. And with Darth Vader too... great stuff.
Also of note, Cookie Monster is also in the film, but as a picture on a computer.
I saw it and it's awesome and funny!
I really want to see, but money's tight.
Look what I found!
OOH! AWESOME find, man! Thanks for sharing!
Oh cool, so THAT's what all the fuss is about.
The Fuss is about the fact we have a Muppet on the big screen for the first time since Mr. Magorium, and a Sesame Street Muppet with an actual on screen theatrical appearance since Elmo in Grouchland. (No... Kidtoon cinemas does NOT count).
Crap. I got a 'video is no longer available' message. They must have taken it down.
The movie isn't available on DVD yet... I'm sure they took it down specifically out of fear it was piracy.
And while you do have to sit through half the movie before they both appear, it's much, MUCh more worth it to actually see it on the big screen. Even at a dollar theater... especially at a dollar theater.
Well, I'll have to look that up and see if the movie is playing anywhere in my area. Thanks for the info.
Looks like it's not playing anywhere in my area right now. I might have to wait for the DVD to come out.
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