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Smurfs: The Lost Village

On this completely lively, all-new take on the Smurfs, a mysterious map units Smurfette and her quality buddies Brainy, Clumsy and Hefty on an interesting and interesting race through the Forbidden forest filled with magical creatures to discover a mysterious lost village earlier than the evil wizard Gargamel does. Embarking on a roller-coaster journey complete of action and risk, the Smurfs are on a direction that ends in the discovery of the most important secret in Smurf history!
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Mike McGranaghan
April 09, 2017 The decision to do Smurfs: The Lost Village without any live-action sequences was a smart one. Solely utilizing computer animation feels like a much better fit for the material.
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Ben Ferguson Willamette Week
April 13, 2017 Remember this, moviegoers: You deserve better than the Smurfs.
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Richard James Havis South China Morning Post
April 11, 2017 While kids may enjoy it, adults who have no interest in the finer points of animation technique may find it very difficult to sit through.
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Ariel Scotti New York Daily News
April 07, 2017 They blue it.
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Calvin Wilson St. Louis Post-Dispatch
April 06, 2017 Young children will be entertained, but for the rest of the audience, pretty colors just aren't enough.
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Linda Barnard Toronto Star
April 06, 2017 Asbury sticks to the basics, with obvious Saturday morning-style fare based on groaners and pratfalls about the earnest little creatures with self-defining names like Nosey, Grouchy and Jokey.
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Pablo A. Scholz Clarín
April 12, 2017 A fully animated and partially boring film. [Full review in Spanish]
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Peter Sobczynski
April 07, 2017 The acknowledgment that it is aiming solely for the kiddie audience this time around at least makes it slightly more palatable than its predecessors.
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Joey Nolfi Entertainment Weekly
April 07, 2017 It's a candy-coated sugar rush, though its mind-numbing repetitiveness (and haphazardly-written screenplay) will likely test even the most patient parent.
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Rashid Irani Hindustan Times
April 21, 2017 The digital animation is bland, the use of 3D ineffective, and the gags largely an endurance. The background music score is sappy.
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Andrew Parker Globe and Mail
April 07, 2017 There are plenty of ambitious set pieces boasting visual ingenuity, and the witty, perceptive script includes well-constructed subtext and lessons about breaking free from patriarchal norms and the benefits of learning about different cultures.
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Fico Cangiano CineXpress
April 12, 2017 Kids will love it. Adults? Not much. [Full review in Spanish]
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Roxana Hadadi Chesapeake Family Magazine
April 14, 2017 Smurfs: The Lost Village resets the film franchise, but the movie -- despite some nice insight about Smurfette -- feels more made-for-TV than worthy of a 3D upcharge.
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Annabelle: Creation
IMDb: 7
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...