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|Release Date The Smurfs Jul 29, 2011 Wide Genres The Smurfs : Action & Adventure,Animation,Kids & Family,Science Fiction & Fantasy,Comedy|
|Total Vote User The Smurfs : Visitor|
|User Ranting The Smurfs : 3.1|
|User Percentage For The Smurfs : %|
|User Count Like for The Smurfs : 65,521|
|All Critics Ranting For The Smurfs : 4|
|All Critics Count For The Smurfs : 116|
|All Critics Percentage For The Smurfs : 22 %|
Actors For The Smurfs
|Hank Azaria,Neil Patrick Harris,Sofía Vergara,Jayma Mays,Tim Gunn,Jonathan Winters,Katy Perry,Alan Cumming,Fred Armisen,George Lopez,Paul Reubens,Anton Yelchin,Kenan Thompson,Jeff Foxworthy,John Oliver,Wolfgang Puck,Gary Basaraba,B.J. Novak,Tom Kane,John Kassir|
The Smurfs Movie Review
|To play The Smurfs Drinking Game you will need: Two 500cl bottles of Blue Bols (per player), one white sleeping cap, ample powder-blue face paint and too much spare time. |
David Jenkins-Time Out
Gosnell directs as if every scene must be either a nauseating roller-coaster ride or a syrupy melodrama.
Nick Schager-Village Voice
The Smurfs ends up being just below average, it won't give you nightmares, and small ones might dig it.
That two sequels have been announced is terrifying.
Stephen Whitty-Newark Star-Ledger
It's raw and mean-spirited, with too many of the Smurf word substitutions more naughty than nice ("Who Smurfed?" or "Where the Smurf are we?"). That's Smurfed up.
Nell Minow-Chicago Sun-Times
The Smurfs mostly takes place in a grown-up world of cosmetics advertising and expectant parents. Without a child character to interpret and join the action, it's a pretty dull way to introduce young viewers to the new blue crew.
Jennie Punter-Globe and Mail
If your kid loves this, your kid needs to read a book, or even, heck, play a video game. At least you can tell video game characters apart.
The Smurfs is a cute family film that suffers from being a little formulaic and uninspired, and the CGI smurfs don't look like the original characters.
Amy Curtis-We Got This Covered
Filmgoers who enjoyed the cartoon (or comic strips) as a kid will very likely be left with the taste of sour Smurfberries.
The kids might enjoy it, but The Smurfs is nothing but an annoying, noisy commercial for Sony products. Save for Hank Azaria's amusing take on Gargamel, the film is fatty junk food.
R. L. Shaffer-IGN DVD
...a cynical extension, not even an earnest spin-off.
Marsha McCreadie-Film Journal International
The Smurf's is a cute film . . . if cute's your thing.
James Plath-Movie Metropolis
Once in awhile, a movie sets me searching for its origins. That's what 'The Smurfs' did. I guessed this movie wasn't quite what their creator had in mind - and I was right.
Linda Cook-KWQC-TV (Iowa)
Call me Grouchy, but I say grown-ups should just say smurf it and avoid the film completely.
The film indulges in a level of product placement not seen since the glory days of Mac & Me.
Clem Bastow-The Vine
full review at Movies for the Masses
Joseph Proimakis-Movies for the Masses
The Smurfs isn't smurfing awesome, but it's also not a complete pile of smurf.
Matt Neal-The Standard
It is something of a relief that this energetic kids flick is partially better than it had any right to be.
Leigh Paatsch-Herald Sun (Australia)
The current incarnation of The Smurfs bears little resemblance to the classic cartoon, in a film likely to leave anyone other than hyperactive children feeling blue.
Takes the 80s favourite kids' cartoon and embellishes it with special effects, New York cliches and gutter humour so that the end result is a shiny but shallow copy of all that was great about the original TV series.
The Smurfs will likely be the best, most enjoyable kid film of 2011. And, yes, adults have been catered for. Dive in.
Jim Schembri-The Age (Australia)
It's predictable kiddie fare and lags in the middle, but it's visually impressive, spirited and often fun.
Annette Basile-FILMINK (Australia)
A smurfection of blue cutedom, The Smurfs (in 2D and 3D) makes good the promise that feeling blue can be a happy thing
Louise Keller-Urban Cinefile
Everyone knows the Smurfs sing all day - and also that their song is repetitive and annoying.
Cynthia Fuchs-Time to Play Magazine
Likely to enthral very small children only, The Smurfs starts with promise but peters out into something bland.
James Luxford-The National
As the Smuppets take Manhattan, the script runs a blue streak of snappy self-marketing and sappy smurfimentalism. It's all so calculatingly self-smurmotional.
Brian Gibson-Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)
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