Disney's The Muppets, starring Jason Segel and Amy Adams is a very average film. While just my opinion, due to the fact that I am an adult not prone to kids movies, the political aspect of the film was very interesting. The Muppets movie made several attacks on the rich, Texans, oil companies and Capitalism. However I don't think that these political puppets thought about their movie script before they started filming because it was written and produced by rich people, like Jason Segel (Screenwriter and actor of the film), who made money off of the movie, which is the definition of Capitalism. The villain of the film, Tex Richman (Chris Cooper), sets out to purchase the old Muppets studio so that he can drill underneath the studio for oil. But why does the left get angry with oil companies for making money? They don't think its fair that someone should make that much money when there are people in the world that don't make that much money. But at the same time The Muppets made a net profit of 241.6% ($108,700,699). So while the creators of The Muppets are propagandizing our children, they believe that rich people, Texans, who make money off of oil, are evil, villainous, thieves who don't care about the everyday lives of everyday people. I give The Muppets two out of ten stars. While the film was well directed and professionally done there are too many pointless political gains directed to the innocent eyes and ears of our children.