‘The Muppets’ is a great movie, but not a classic

The Muppettes is a classic and, well, one of the most beloved shows of all time.

But there are a few movies out there that don’t get that recognition.

The movie’s greatest joy comes from its cast, which includes Jim Henson, Muppeteer Pete, Jim Hoberman, Pete Docter, John Cusack, Matt Damon, Meryl Streep, and a host of other actors.

So here are 10 movies that, while not as great as The Muppet Show, are worth checking out.

1.

Star Wars: A New Hope (1977) This is a fun time to be a Star Wars fan.

The film tells the story of how the first Rebel Alliance arrived on Tatooine, and how it came to the destruction of the Death Star, which became the home of Luke Skywalker and Chewbacca.

It’s also the origin of the idea of the “dark side,” the notion that there’s a darker side to the Force that we don’t know about.

It also tells the tale of Luke’s father, C-3PO, who has to work for the Rebellion as the pilot of a Death Star.

The original trilogy (1977-1983) and subsequent films (1985-1990) are the best Star Wars films in terms of their depth and plot.

They’re not perfect, but they’re certainly among the most well-crafted.

2.

The Dark Knight Returns (2014) If you’re a Batman fan, then this movie is probably for you.

But if you’re not a Batman fanatic, then you probably won’t like this one either.

The story is basically a prequel to The Dark Crystal, in which Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) and his son (Christian Bale) try to keep the Wayne Family together, after losing their parents in the original film.

It takes place in the year 2020, and is set in a city that is very different from Gotham City in the Batman films.

3.

The Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) This one is pretty good, but the real reason this movie deserves the spot is because it’s the best superhero movie of the past few decades.

It tells the origin story of Captain America (Chris Evans), Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), and Thor (Chris Hemsworth).

The first Avengers movie was basically a reimagining of the original Iron Man films, which is a huge departure for Marvel.

They also had a bit of a run on Thor with the 2010 Thor: The Dark World, but that film was an enormous disappointment.

4.

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2001) This movie is a wonderful example of what a great story is all about.

J.R.

R Tolkien’s The Hobbit has been one of my favorite fantasy novels ever since I was a kid.

The Lord of the Rings trilogy was one of those books that I have always wanted to read, but never did.

It was the first Tolkien book that I read, and I was hooked from the first page.

The first time I saw it was in a movie theater, and it really blew me away.

The second time I went to see it was on a Disney vacation, and there were more people around than at any other time.

It won the National Book Award, and earned a Tony Award nomination.

5.

The LEGO Batman Movie (2014).

This is one of our favorites because it was the only LEGO movie in theaters that wasn’t an original film that was released before the series began.

It features a great cast, and its a fun movie with a great villain, because we really get to see the Batman side of him in the movie.

It gets a lot of attention in the film industry because of its quality, but I wouldn’t call it a classic.

6.

The Great Gatsby (1939) This book is a good example of the way that American culture can make a movie that is truly universal, in the sense that the film is not just about one character.

It shows the other characters from the same family in different situations.

And the book is really good because it doesn’t just have one protagonist, it has a number of characters that are important to the story.

The main character, John Gatsbys (Charles Bronson), is an old friend of his, who lives in a gated community in New York City, but he’s not the only person to have these experiences.

This movie isn’t perfect, though.

There are some plot holes and there’s one scene that is too much like a remake of The Big Lebowski.

But it’s still a great read, particularly if you love a good, old-fashioned story.

7.

Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1996) Star Trek is one one of that great franchises that the movies have become.

There’s a lot to like about this movie.

The plot is a little slow