The Happytime Murders


Action / Comedy / Crime / Fantasy / Mystery / Thriller

Plot summary

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Top cast

Melissa McCarthy Photo
Melissa McCarthy as Detective Connie Edwards
Elizabeth Banks Photo
Elizabeth Banks as Jenny
Joel McHale Photo
Joel McHale as Agent Campbell
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774.3 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 31 min
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1.45 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 31 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Sleepin_Dragon6 / 10

Terrible, but funny.

It would be the easiest thing in the world to alate this film and brand it terrible, but I'm going to focus on the positives, the media hate seems this the worst film of the year, and true it's not good. However is very different, it's very original, and at times it had myself and the whole cinema laughing loudly. They took a risk, and I'm unsure it will have paid off, they went for a safe pair of comedy hands with Melissa McCarthy, and personally I found her really funny. Obviously the film has limitations with what it can do, and where it can go, but it's not so bad as it's being made out to be. The Sharon Stone scene is absolutely hilarious.

It's not a wow, but at least it's different, that deserves some credit in this day and age, right? 6/10

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle5 / 10

interesting potential but no laughs

Puppets are sentient but they are strictly second class citizens. Phil Phillips is a puppet private investigator in L.A. Once upon a time, he was the first and still only police detective in the LAPD. He gets hired to investigate a blackmail threat. He happens upon a puppet massacre which reunites him with his former partner Detective Connie Edwards (Melissa McCarthy). They both hate each other. Next, Phil's brother is killed. The victims seem to be connected as former castmates on the legendary puppet-human show, "The Happytime Gang". As more castmates are killed, Phil is forced to join Connie in the investigation.

I really like the premise and there is some interesting ideas early on. As the movie continues, it's obvious that the laughs aren't hitting. The writing is bad and the comedy is straining to be funny. It's a failure. It needs more imagination than an elevator pitch. I wish Phil Phillips is voiced by someone recognizable. I understand Connie's position but it could be better if she's more respectful. It's all in the subpar writing which dooms the movie's initial potential.

Reviewed by Prismark106 / 10

Puppet world

Well it is not Sesame Street or The Muppets.

The Happytime Murders was directed by Brian Oz and it is set in a world where puppets and humans co-exist. The puppets are clearly the underclass.

Phil Phillips was the first puppet to join the police where he partnered Connie Edwards (Melissa McCarthy.)

After an incident where a shooting went wrong. Phil lost his badge and is now washed up private detective.

However a puppet walks into his office and tells Phil she is being blackmailed. Phil accepts the case and while making an enquiry a shooting takes place. One of the victim's was a cast member of The Happytime Family show from the 1990s. Later Phil's own brother who was also a member of the cast is ripped apart by some dogs.

Phil and Connie reluctantly team up to investigate the murders as Phil comes under suspicion.

The story and the mystery is rather weak. The humour is juvenile and crude. In a weird way the film works. It certainly is not high brow but it was fun.

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