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the IMAX Muppet Movie

Discussion in 'Classic Muppets' started by Muppets1985, Jun 26, 2002.

  1. Muppets1985

    Muppets1985 Member

    Would it been nice when (IF) Disney gets the Muppets that Disney has the "Muppet movie" in the IMAX

    what do u think?
     
  2. A larger-than-life Janice?? Oh dear me, Security would have to PRY me outta that theater...
     
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  3. frogboy4

    frogboy4 Inactive Member

    Eeeek! Now you have got me all excited over giant Muppets! I would so chain myself to a seat!
     
  4. Billy's Girl

    Billy's Girl New Member

    A really big Sweetums?! Well, bigger then he already is!! Sounds very cool to me.
     
  5. radionate

    radionate New Member

    Or what about the giant Animal head?
     
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  6. beaker

    beaker Well-Known Member

    >>>Would it been nice when (IF) Disney gets the Muppets that Disney has the "Muppet movie" in the IMAX<<<

    Well Disney doesnt need to fit in the equasion for this to happen, it just akes a visionary or two up at JHC to want this to happen. I for one have always wanted a Muppet Imax film, being as its thousands of miles for me to see MV3D.

    Thats why I wish people like us were out at JHC. I myself have some really envelope pushing ideas for a Muppet film and tv show. Sadly though, it looks like Kermits Swamp years and other tripe is the order of the day.

    But yes, a Muppet IMAX film would be a dream come true!

    And just so I dont sound like Im a true Diznay hate-ah':

    *Fantasia 2000 is th ebest darn Imax ever, and one of Disney's best animated films ever.

    *Tarzan and Emperor's new Groove were the best animated features since Aladdin and Lion King.(between 95 and 98 they stumbled big time)

    *Muppets @WDW is one of the top 3 best Muppet specials ever.
     
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  7. radionate

    radionate New Member

    Does no one out there like Pocohontas or Hunchback. They are two of my favorites. So mushy and stuff. I aways tear up at the end. Guess I'm just too much of a romantic.
     
  8. I liked P and H okay, but they're not favorites of mine. I'm so intimate with the older ones, some of the newer ones aren't very much to me (i.e., "Hercules). LOVED "Fantasia 2000", though! :D
     
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  9. radionate

    radionate New Member

    Speaking of the giant Animal head. How did they do that? Was it a giant head or just f/x?
     
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  10. It's a Muppet movie, therefore everything is real. Hence, that actually happened to Animal.
     
  11. radionate

    radionate New Member

    Animal's not real silly rabbit, he's for kids.
     
  12. Crazy Harry

    Crazy Harry New Member

    Uhhh...:confused: :confused: :confused: Don't talk anymore.
     
  13. rickly

    rickly New Member

    The Animal head in TMM actually is an over-scale robotic Animal head, not a photographic effect. Obviously, it is ENORMOUS, and they'd never do it that way nowadays. But it was real.
     
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  14. LOL! You tell him, Chris! :D
     
  15. Crazy Harry

    Crazy Harry New Member

    I honestly couldn't think anything else to say. Practically everything about that sentance made no sence.
     
  16. uncleduke

    uncleduke New Member

    I am also too far from WDW to see the Muppetvision (I think Orland would be a good Muppet Fest location), but I DO have a 3-D Imax within 5 miles, so this would be the best of both worlds....

    C'mon Mulan and Hunchback were great! As far as Lion King goes, I think Strange Brew is a much superior version of Hamlet, and although ambitious, I just did not dig it (Lion King) all that much.
     
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  17. radionate

    radionate New Member

    It's a play on the Trix ceral commericals. No silly rabbit, Trix are for kids. you know, get it? Byron said Animal was real, and therefore anything that happened to him was for real, and the general public at large often times say that muppets are for kids...............OH NEVER MIND!!!!!!!!!!!!! :mad:
     
  18. LOL!!!

    *sigh*

    Oh, man---I can so see you doin' that---you'd be the straight man in a Laurel and Hardy act, lol!

    Hey, we could maybe work that out---I'm definitely tall, skinny, and goofy...(well, maybe "slim" instead of "skinny"--after all, I do work out...)
     
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  19. radionate

    radionate New Member

    But you never stink, don't forget to add that in there.
     
  20. True...I'm blessed with heavenly fragrances. :)
     
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