The Characters are mostly reminiscent to the creator, Peyo's vision, and maybe some changes that either compel or drag the story either feeling annoying or acceptable. Our cast of blue minis has fluid movement and style that is representative of the classic series, as the colorful world and all its creatures pop in the same happy, righteous style they capture all those years ago. The movie is what i call enjoyable for a Point of View whether if you are a child with a pov for thrill seeing characters going on an adventure facing many adversity and discovering a new life. However, the lost potential, rushed development, and anticlimactic moments certainly took away from all the potential the movie could have brought. I was delighted with this latest film, its animation is beautiful, the look of the smurfs is faithfully recreated from the well loved cartoons of Peyo. It may not have the depth of most Pixar movies butthe movie has heart and it stays true to what the Smurfs are. But all that's top-secret inside information.
The only ones that I really knew was Papa Smurf who can ever forget Papa Smurf anyway , Smurfette and Clumsy Smurf who the only reason why I knew him is because they always reference how clumsy he is, gets left behind, and I knew that he was going to be the hero by the end of it all. It is a reused basic scheme that Hollywood uses, but it's the execution to the specific details of what matters. When she encounters a creature in the Enchanted Forest, she sets off on an adventure. The new characters are a nice addition, finally Smurfette isn't the only girl in the village. And seeing it in 3D was even better! Lost Village does a nice job showing off the Forbidden Forest and giving us some unique flora and fauna to the world. My only gripe is that some of the pop songs were a bit annoying.
They must find a way back home while being hunted by Gargamel on the streets of New York, and Doogie is trying to not to get fired from his cosmetics job. The plot is fairlystraightforward with adventure at the forefront. Don't involve real humans, animals, locations etc. To me, the film does try to include something for everyone. I feel that most of the background Smurfs would have been more reliable and interesting rather than the main smurfs. By the way, 3D is really worth the money! You will certainly find the musical numbers full of energy and may find yourself dancing in your seat? Smurfs: The Lost Village is a good film. The film is basically sloppy writing through and through, especially in the ending.
Fortunately, the animation works and feels more Smurf like than the previous movies. I knew this movie was going to be bad, but yet I felt compelled to go see it for myself. I don't want to spoil anything, but the end credits scene was really funny to me. Smurfs: The Lost Village is not a must watch. It was directed by Raja Gosnell. Overall, The Smurfs lost village is good movie despite the childlike humor in most scenes while giving a more character impact whether if you found the useful or useless to the plot. Yet, the trek could have had a few more obstacles for the heroes to challenge before getting to their goal.
Likewise with Jack McBrayer replacing Anton Yelchin, who died in tragic circumstances the previous year. Movie 101: If a character in your film is the underdog, he will always prevail in the end. The film is set for an April 7, 2017 release. For all their numerous and large faults, they had a few elements that made them semi-watchable. The Verdict: The Smurfs Lost Village is a nice reintroduction of the gang back into the modern world with the feel, design, and energy the show always had. Not to forget that epic events when Jason went to New York or when Mr.
On the other hand, 'Smurfs: The Lost Village' has a lot of merits. 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 lost village before the evil wizard Gargamel does. So I highly recommend seeing in 3D, it's worth the extra bucks! I enjoyed it and Frank Welker did an awesome job as always. I didn't want to make it worse. This movie is such a treat!.
Perhaps instead of a movie, the Smurfs should have been picked up by Netflix and the show restarted for the new generation of streamers. Well, I'll give it a finger but it certainly isn't the 'thumbs-up' one. Smurfs The Lost Village is Directed by Kelly Asbury, the same director behind Shrek 2, Shrek the Third, Gnomeo and Juliet, and Spirit. Feels like a Smurfs Adventure? Needless to say, this movie isn't so much theater worthy outside of music and animation and would recommend waiting for this one to hit home. No New York or Paris.
The family will love it! Will the new style work, or does it fall much like the character Clumsy Smurf? The voice acting was spot onand Demi Lovato voiced Smurfette perfectly and the animation capturedher sweetness. Storyline: 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. 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! Mandy Patinkin is impressive as Papa Smurf. Took my 5 year old son to see this one at a Saturday Matinee. Seriously, the first two were a mockery of the smurfs. 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. B I don't know what people are expecting from a kids movie.
People who say it is rubbish are not fans of the Smurfsand should not be taken as credible critics. However, director Kelly Asbury has made this movie only keeping in mind its target audience, children. Smurfette looked like Peyo's Smurfetteinstead of the half human half smurf humonculus that was the first twomovies. There is nothing in the film, that the adults can take away. This movie isn't all sunshine and rainbows though, as the film has a little more emotional punch than I expected, with a few sequences well-crafted to derail the ecstasy this movie elates. So be sure to wait in the cinema and watch this part before you leave. Firmly in the Smurfs world where they all belong.
It also has heart, some poignancy and the darker elements don't feel out of kilter or heavy-handed. The music is peppy and infectious. Don't waste your time or your money. This film avoids themisplaced pop culture references and overused Smurf puns that manydisliked about the previous movies. Unlike some movies that are gearedtowards boys or girls specifically, this movie entertains both boys andgirls. This is the worst movie of the year and one of the worst movies I've ever seen. Heftyneeded to be in them and this time he was.