That synopsis hints at one of the more off-putting aspects of this new Muppets movie, which is its overall feel. The happy nature of that 2011 film that just filled audiences with glee has been replaced by this slightly darker and more sinister tone. It never really goes too far with this gloomier setting, but chances are you won't be smiling nearly as often as you would like. Does that make it bad though? No, it doesn't. This sequel does contain some entertainment value despite many of its missteps and follies, mostly in thanks to the Muppets themselves, a Russian Kermit the Frog and a very underutilized Tina Fey. But let's start out with a few of the things that really standout and make this such an inferior overall experience compared to the Muppets last outing.