• Peter Krueger

    ★★ Added by Peter Krueger

    Believe it or not, it's shit! Enjoyable if you have a bias toward all things Smurfy and a high tolerance for douchiness. Sadly, I have both of those requirements, so I was able to sit semi-happily through this mess. Maybe it would also help if I were 5, but that ship sailed a long time ago.

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  • Adam Theeye Pittman

    ½ Added by Adam Theeye Pittman

    My review -- this film is now on DVD and sadly this film project does have an overwhelming profit margin of roughly $467 million. The plot is as follows, the viewers meet these little blue creatures known as The Smurfs and they are generally a peaceful little people or creatures depending on your perspective. But they have one big problem an evil wizard by the name of Gargamel wants to steal their essence and use it as a strong powerful…

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  • pillole di cinema

    ★★½ Watched by pillole di cinema 06 Aug, 2014

    I Puffi pur rimannendo roba per bambini lasciano in Europa le loro origini e diventano made in USA. Animati da dio e scritti senza coraggio.

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  • Dave

    ½ Watched by Dave 18 Oct, 2014

    When the evil wizard Gargamel chases the tiny blue Smurfs out of their village, they tumble from their magical world into New York City. - IMDB

    The only reason that I watched this film was because I'm a completist and in the name of comedy, have to hear all the How Did This Get Made? podcasts with the full experience.

    There was an executive decision that I made a few years ago, to not watch any of these films that…

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  • JaySalahi

    Watched by JaySalahi 14 Aug, 2011

    D+ (69)

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  • KMOKLER

    Added by KMOKLER

    0/5 its not a film its a horrible experience made to make children dumb.

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  • The Brady Critic

    Watched by The Brady Critic 02 Aug, 2014

    A nefarious plot by the evil wizard Gargamel has the Smurfs banished from their own village only to wind up in Central Park. Now the small blue creatures must figure out how to get back to their own world and escape Gargamel. This movie was just annoying and really stupid.

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  • Luke

    ★★★ Watched by Luke 30 Jun, 2014

    I never really watched the smurfs as a child so i honestly have no idea how well this movie used the original source material. It may have stuck very closely to the original or it may have butchered the old cartoon, all i can review this film on is how well it stands alone as a movie.

    Perhaps i would have understood the movie better if i had seen the cartoon. I mean, it's a children's movie so it's not…

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  • cronic

    ★★★ Added by cronic

    6/10

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  • JackieGigantic

    Added by JackieGigantic

    The Smurfs is a property which could have yielded a very good movie in the right, focused hands. Unfortunately the hands it fell into were the hands of the guy who brought us Home Alone 3, and the list of credited screenwriters on Wikipedia is so long it reads like the Miami Holocaust Memorial. The film opts to abandon Peyo's whimsical fantasy world in favor of having The Smurfs be lost in New York in a fish out of water…

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  • johncnoonan

    ★★ Added by johncnoonan

    The Smurfs utilises the rather old storyline that through a series of mishaps, the titular heroes end up in the real world followed by the somewhat evil, eternally clumsy Gargamel (Hank Azaria). I say real world as it’s continually pointed out that the Smurfs are fictional and have their own comic strip and yet, no one seems to know what they are, including Neil Patrick Harris. After a series of 'hilarious' fish out of water episodes, the little blue buggers…

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  • SamRieck

    Added by SamRieck

    My little cousins love this movie. As I watched this and the sequel with them, I was grateful that I got the chance to enjoy movies like The Lion King and Toy Story throughout my childhood. This is truly stupid. Don't get me wrong, there are tons of great children movies still being made, but this isn't one of them.
    However, I did like Hank Azaria.

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