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2007
Never one to employ one gimmick when two hundred will do, Jim Henson stuffs this Muppet-acious fantasy with enough whirring and belching toys to make the most gadget-happy kid sick. After the rock-vid novelty of David Bowie carousing with a gang of gnomes wears off, we're left with just another quest story, this time co-written by Monty Python's Terry Jones with a surfeit of cuteness. Moral: People are more important than things (101 min., 1986).

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