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In this fully animated, all-new take on the Smurfs, a mysterious map sets Smurfette and her friends Brainy, Clumsy, and Hefty on an exciting race through the Forbidden Forest, leading to the discovery of the biggest secret in Smurf history.
In this fully animated, all-new take on the Smurfs, a mysterious map sets Smurfette and her best friends Brainy, Clumsy, and Hefty on an exciting and thrilling race, through the Forbidden Forest, filled with magical creatures to find a mysterious lostvillage before the evil wizard Gargamel does. Embarking on a roller-coaster journey full of action and danger, the Smurfs are on a course that leads to the discovery of the biggest secret in Smurf history!Written by
Sony Pictures Entertainment
Danny Pudi, who voices Brainy Smurf, also voiced Huey Duck (who has a similar personality to Brainy such as with being the Brain of the Group and has well achieved Badges) in DuckTales (2017), which premiered 4 months after the release of this film. In the Original DuckTales (1987), Huey along with his triplet brothers Dewey and Louie had all been voiced by Russi Taylor, who previously voiced Smoogle in the Original The Smurfs (1981) cartoon. See more »
As the Smurfs escape from Monty into the log that serves as the entrance to the village, the log goes up as they cross to the other side, then comes back down to hit Monty on the head. In the next shot, however, the log is just coming down on the other side, meaning that the log should still be up on Monty's side. See more »
Around the middle of the closing credits, a road appears with Gargamel walking on it with Azrael and Monty, blaming them for his plans being ruined. He asks Azrael to turn off the background music, then complains on some of the credits. See more »
Kids will find it amazing but, adults will find it mediocre.
Smurfs: The LostVillage tells the story of the tiny blue creatures, known as Smurfs. Some of the Smurfs are, Smurfette(Demi Lovato), Hefty Smurf(Joe Manganiello), Clumsy Smurf(Jack McBrayer), Brainy Smurf(Danny Pudi) & the Smurfs' leader, Papa Smurf(Mandy Patinkin). The Smurfs are always running away from the evil wizard, Gargamel(Rainn Wilson). Smurfette discovers something strange. Smurfette takes Hefty, Clumsy & Brainy on an adventure, to find out what exactly she thinks she discovered.
Smurfs: The LostVillage is a good film. However, director Kelly Asbury has made this movie only keeping in mind its target audience, children. There is nothing in the film, that the adults can take away. The animation is beautiful. The highlight of the movie is the 3D effects. Every other scene in the film, is duck-worthy in 3D. The humor in the movie, is mainly slapstick & very childish. The soundtrack of the film is memorable. The voice-over work is great. Demi Lovato is spectacular as Smurfette. Rainn Wilson is outstanding as Gargamel. Joe Manganiello is brilliant as Hefty Smurf. Jack McBrayer is hilarious as Clumsy Smurf. Danny Pudi is superb as Brainy Smurf. Mandy Patinkin is impressive as Papa Smurf. Dee Bradley Baker & Frank Welker are amazing as Monty & Azrael, respectively. Michelle Rodriguez, Ellie Kemper, Julia Roberts, Ariel Winter & Meghan Trainor are excellent as SmurfStorm, SmurfBlossom, SmurfWillow, SmurfLily & SmurfMelody, respectively. Smurfs: The LostVillage is not a must watch. However, watch it with your little ones, who I can guarantee will love every minute of the movie.
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