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A family friendly and excellently produced Muppets musical comeback. Starring the ever talented Jason Segel and Amy Adams, the Muppets is an musical/ comedy, producing some of the best original songs in modern cinema. The Muppets do well to address that they haven't graced the silver in at least a decade. However, their comeback is really something special, possessing all the musts for a great Muppets movie; plenty of catchy tunes, great dialogue and lots of subtle celebrity cameos. It shamelessly breaks the fourth wall multiple times, adding to the overall wit, hilarity and charm of the film. A gracious and excellent comeback, accompanied by stellar performances from an ensemble cast, some subtle celebrity cameos, mixed in with some undeniable heart.
Dramatically refined with perfect execution from director Gus Van Sant. Good Will Hunting produces rich drama and heartfelt scenarios, made possible by excellent performances from an ensemble cast. Robin Williams and Matt Damon have excellent chemistry, as do Damon and Affleck. It contains some of the most refined and memorable scenes in cinema, and is executed with fantastic dialogue. It does not however, produce consistent pace, and does have a habit of lagging a bit, especially during the ending. Good Will Hunting, however, does possess a unique enough plot, as well as perfect dialogue and performances, an absolutely must see for movie goers and an accomplished film at the hand of Gus Van Sant.