In what probably may be the Muppets' weakest outing, Gonzo gets a serious identity crisis as he struggles to figure out WHAT exactly he is. The premise is not bad by any means, but the overall film is just not as memorable or zesty as the previous Muppet films. Although Gonzo is, as usual, a delight, the rest of the Muppets feel like shadows of their former selves in this movie. The story is not particularly memorable or inspired either, with a deus ex machina of an ending that all but undermines the momentum. (The "Celebration" scene with the spaceship is funny, unfortunately that's about it.) MUPPETS FROM SPACE is not a BAD movie by any means; it does have its occasional laughs, but overall it's a disappointing entry to the Muppet movies. It didn't help that Brian Henson didn't work on this film, either; newcomer Tim Hill clearly didn't have the right "vibe" for this one. Forgettable and not very inspired, MUPPETS FROM SPACE is, at best, mediocre.