I don't know where to start except to say i liked it for the most part. Let's start with the whole Constantine-Kermit lookalike thing, shall we? Okay, so even with a shorter collar, Constantine still resembled Kermit. The shiny tuxes on Kermit, Gonzo, Scooter, Walter, Fozzie, Miss Piggy, and Rowlf at the beginning was a nice touch, especially with the gold bow ties and hats. At the train station scene we got returning characters from the last movie, such as Wayne and Wanda, which was nice. Now to move on to the gulag. Not much to talk about here, but it gets good from here, because locked up at the slammer are not only the cast from Muppet Treasure Island, but also two characters from the last movie, Miss Poogy and Big Mean Carl. Now let's talk about the Muppet Treasure Island cast members that were in this movie. Characters from that movie that i was able to pick out right off were Angel Marie, Blind Pew, Black Dog, Pops, Calico, and Spotted Dick. Ones that i couldn't spot were Walleye Pike and One-Eyed Jack. It was nice seeing forgotten Muppets Tonight characters in the Tower of London wedding scene like Howard Tubman, Spamela Hamderson, Captain Pighead, and Carter. It was also nice seeing forgotten Muppet Show characters like Mildred and Annie Sue. However, i was disappointed George the Janitor didn't make in. Sorry, Mildred, guess George's supposed appearance in Muppets Most Wanted was only a rumor. It was also nice seeing Muppets from the last film back in this one like Marvin Suggs, Link Hothgrob, Mahna Mahna, Afghan Hound, Beautiful Day Monster, Quongo, Droop, Thog, Mutations, Crazy Harry, Lew Zealand, Beauregard, and a handful of other muppets. I also loved seeing Bobo and Uncle Deadly back. I was however, surprised not to see Mo Frackle and Luncheon Counter Monster in this film. You'd think if they were in the last film, that they'd be in this one. It was also nice seeing the Hobos back in this film, as well as Behemoth. Too bad Behemoth never spoke in this film, though. But that's okay, because neither did Zoot or Lips. It was nice seeing the Flying Zucchini Brothers as well. I didn't even know they were going to be in this film. Anyways, enough talk about the Muppet cast. You probably want to hear all about the human guest stars in this film, right? Okay, i'll tell you all about them, one guest star at a time. Let's talk about Hornswoggle. I had a hunch he'd be in this movie. Moving on, i loved the cameo appearances from Tony Bennett, Salma Hayek, Chloe Grace Moretz, Ross Lynch, Ray Liotta, Ty Burrell, Ricky Gervais, Tom Hiddleston, Jermaine Clement, Stanley Tucci, and Danny Trejo among others. Despite how bad it did at the box office, i recommend this film. Here's hoping we'll able to see more of Trumpet Girl, Pepe, Rizzo, Robin, Mahna Mahna, The Snowths, Afghan Hound, Droop, Beautiful Day Monster, The Mutations, Bobo, Uncle Deadly, and Calico on the DVD release.