Smurfs: The Lost Village

2017

Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family / Fantasy

262
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 37%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 60%
IMDb Rating 5.9 10 13491

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Joe Manganiello as Hefty Smurf
Ariel Winter as SmurfLily
Julia Roberts as SmurfWillow
Michelle Rodriguez as SmurfStorm
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kribbenholdjohn 4 / 10

The smurfs is meh

Smurfs The Lost Village is an ok movie its what you would expect when you hear smurfs and movie the animation is pretty good i do have one thing that i personaly hate in this movie so this is not a spoiler in one scene the smurfs make a selfie when i saw that i thought ok maybe there not going to have stupid stuff like that in the hole movie but they do also another thing in one scene out of nowhere they just play i am blue dabedi dabedei it had no point no reason and was just annoying this problem of modernisingthe smurfs is just pointless but exept that the movie is fine

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird 6 / 10

A village that doesn't deserve to stay lost

Have a good deal of fondness for the original television series, if marginally as a child than an adult. Didn't care for the previous two 'The Smurfs' films, though to me they're weren't awful films. For all their numerous and large faults, they had a few elements that made them semi-watchable.

Was not expecting much from the third 'The Smurfs' film released this year. Actually, while not a "great" film, 'Smurfs: The Lost Village' turned out to be a much better film than expected. It is a long way from perfect but it is the best of the three 'Smurfs' films by quite a considerable distance and the closest the three films come to resembling the spirit of the original series. For kids 'Smurfs: The Lost Village' is absolutely perfect, whether adults will enjoy it is more questionable, those judging it for what it is and not expecting something amazing and nostalgic adults will find some worth. To me, the film does try to include something for everyone.

'Smurfs: The Lost Village' isn't perfect. Those wanting complex character development should look elsewhere and some of the story execution is a little too simple and more a series of episodic scenes. The voice acting is fine on its own, but not everybody fits the characters particularly the secondary female smurf roles that includes Julia Roberts.

Hank Azaria, spot-on in the first two films, is missed. Ranin Wilson tries too hard as Gargamel and doesn't have the unsubtle but very funny comic timing and menace brought effortlessly by Azaria. The ending is anti-climactic.

On the other hand, 'Smurfs: The Lost Village' has a lot of merits. The animation is bright and colourful with lots of rich detail and bounce. The music is peppy and infectious. The writing is more the witty and clever kind than the immature and tired feel of the previous two films.

The story execution may not be perfect, but it goes at a fast pace and has fun and charm throughout. It also has heart, some poignancy and the darker elements don't feel out of kilter or heavy-handed. The cat is cute and amusing. Other voice actors fit well.

Demi Lovato's Smurfette is sassy and heartfelt and Mandy Patinkin is a more than worthy replacement for the late Jonathan Winters, these two are the standouts in the most important and interesting Smurf roles. Likewise with Jack McBrayer replacing Anton Yelchin, who died in tragic circumstances the previous year.

In summary, an above average 'Smurf' film and a village that doesn't deserve to stay lost if not quite enough to warrant a permanent stay. 6/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by evanston_dad 3 / 10

Terrible Film Based on One of My Favorite Childhood Shows

A charmless cash grab of an animated film that retains none of the whimsy to be found in the television series I enjoyed as a child.

Characterless voice work, a stupid plot, and a waste of one of the most of iconic children's show villains are just a few of the problems with this crap fest. Sometimes I think the entertainment industry thinks that just because kids are young they can't recognize garbage when they see it, but they deserve quality entertainment just like anybody else. "Smurfs: The Lost Village" isn't it.

Grade: D

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