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Plot: The evil wizard Gargamel creates a couple of mischievous Smurf-like creatures called the Naughties that he hopes will let him harness the all-powerful, magical Smurf-essence. But when he discovers that only a real Smurf can give him what he wants, and only a secret spell that Smurfette knows can… Runtime: 105 min Release Date: 31 Jul 2013
Awesome for Kids,Good for any age group really enjoy it.... (by mateeq90)
Love the animation,Love the story,Love the comedy,Love the acting by Brendan Gleeson,Love the acting by Hank Azaria,Love the acting by Neil Patrick Harris,Love the direction by Raja Gosnell ,Great choice of location Paris, really enjoy it with my little brother i was not expecting the film could be so great and have such a great message that how important is the family,i don't know why its have such a low rating its very funny and enjoyable for every age group.if you like to see a good film with your whole family which must have good acting with good comedy,good story,good animation then <more>
I went into this movie with low expectations after having seen the first movie, which I also enjoyed. I happened to stumble upon a few reviews before going to see the movie with my brother and almost didn't go see it because of the bashing reviews that it received not from viewers, but from the so called 'Professional Critics'.I tend to go to my theater on Tuesdays, mainly because it's family day and the ticket prices are much lower at Rave owned Theaters that day so it was a good day for me to Smurf it up and see this new movie. In fact my little brother being 16 and I at 24, <more>
decided we'd go ahead and watch it in 3-D since it was $8 instead of the normal $12.From the start of the movie to the finish, we were pleasantly surprised. No, it's no end of the summer Blockbuster movie, but it IS a good movie to end out the summer with after a dozen other great movies that aired in the Summer of 2013.Sure the jokes were corny, but they were enjoyable at the same time as they fit each situation perfectly. Yes, many words and items are changed to have SMURF at the beginning of each word such as Smurfy's Law or Smurfbook. Anyone expecting more from a cartoon based movie should realize that as we saw the same type of thing from Despicable Me 1 and 2 and from Iron Man 3.The things I liked most about this film that really made me like it so much was this: 1. It focused a lot on the importance of family and why caring and believing in each other is so powerful! They Smurfs and Patricks family never give up on each other.2. It kept me laughing and in suspense the entire time. What was Smurfette going to do? She has her own internal battles to fight; so is she going to overcome? What qualities has she learned from Papa Smurf? Will she be influenced or will Vexy influence her?Favorite quotes from the movie: "She didn't change because we wanted her to, she changed because we believed in her."- Papa Smurf "I chose to be your father not because I had to, but because I wanted to."-Victor Doyle When Victor discusses with Patrick on the importance of parenthood and being there for family. Quote from memory; might not be exact. All in all, while it is not highly action based, it's funny, it's got some good morals and it's a family film. So I suggest you dig deep, find your inner childhood if it's buried, bring it back to the surface and just enjoy the film with your family and friends. If both I and my teen brother enjoyed it in 3-D, you'll enjoy it in 2-D.
Great one-liners. Powerful inside jokes. To smurf as a verb. A laff a minute. Snot on the half-shell. You had to think quickly to pick up on these absurdly wonderful philosophical gems. I almost smurfed myself. What's next? Smurfaholic? Smurfolympics? Smurfamatic? Smurfinsomnia? Smurfinsanity? Baby, it's smurf outside. Maybe some of these have already been used. Get your smurf on? And the list goes on. Kudos to the writers. I totally enjoyed this film.Not much was on with which I was familiar, in our hallowed discount movie house. So I thought, "Why not see the Smurfs? What the <more>
hey?" I loved all the Parisian scenes in this movie, and Gargamel in the Paris Opera House. Sweet Papa Smurf as portrayed by RIP Jonathan Winters. Kudos again. Naughties hilarious and pathetic. They were so happy to become blue. Blue's step-grandpa a nice person. A lesson here is that one who takes care of us is the real parent, witness Papa Smurf to Smurfette. Two parallel substitute parent stories going on at the same time.Whatsamatter no love relationships except for Patrick and Grace? Gargamel has no love interest. I don't remember any smurfs having special significant others, either. Maybe Azrael should get one. BTW, Azrael I always like. He is cunning and conniving, but has sort of the ears and voice of Lassie; er, he can understand Gargamel's ideas and answer in ways that even WE are savvy to Azrael's lingo. Anyway, I realize that platonic relationships are the way to go in a family-oriented film. I would love to see a group of baby Azraels, however. Azrael needs to find a female cga/robot/cat, or maybe Gargamel can conjure one up and even conduct an hilarious wedding ceremony. Oh, the possibilities of the baby Azraels chasing our beloved smurfs. That could make another great new movie, no? Yes, I know that Azrael and Gargamel always have to lose to the blue tribe, but a great conflict makes for a great film in any genre.Azrael reminds me of a robotic cga? Morris the Cat. I had a real Morris the Cat, whom I adored, RIP. He was a wonderful friend and pet, even though he lived on my dining room chair under the table and left plenty of his cat hair clinging to the fabric, lol. : xoxoxox my Morris.P.S. Luved all the small electronic devices in this movie, which at first I thought were IPads. Then, I saw Sony on a tablet. In the credits, I realized Sony was majorly behind this motion picture. Kudos and thanks to them. Thanks for bringing evil Gargamel into modern times, lol. I saw the tablets many times in this movie. I will guess, however, that when this film is seen 20 years from now that the tablets will be like yesterday's dinosaur/Flintstonian PCs.
Having already seen Despicable me 2 And Monsters University, these summer hols, I took my two kids to see Smurfs 2. I have to say, despite any toffee nosed film critics who have panned this film, we thoroughly enjoyed it. It was equally good, if not better than the two previously mentioned films. The animation, especially the interaction between real life and CGI was impressive. It was funny, fast-moving, and at times emotional. Gargamel's performance was wonderful. Some of the visual effects, such as the "Roue de Paris" coming of it's axle and rolling through the streets of <more>
Paris were amazing. Ignore the film critics, go there with your kids, and try and watch it through the eyes of a child and enjoy. Great in 3D. We thought it was better than the previous Smurfs movie.
Those adorable Smurfs are back on the big-screen in the sequel to the 2011 blockbuster hit. They are as appealing today as they were when first introduced on television in 1981. Their contagious, cheerful energy draws you in and the optimism they possess throughout permeates the screen while trying to conquer the evil, Grinch-like Gargamel.Gargamel still has an appeal that viewers love to hate. His somewhat likable bad guy continues to be the central character. In "the Smurfs 2, directed by Raja Gosnell who also directed "The Smurfs", and "Beverly Hills Chihuahua" <more>
Gargamel Hank Azaria is now a famous sorcerer living in Paris. His shows are always sold out and he has everything one always wanting more. He creates a couple of characters from a lump of clay like Smurfette called The Naughties Vexy voiced by Christina Ricci and Hackus J.B. Smoove , hoping to harness the magical Smurf essence so he can rule the world. He runs into a problem as his Naughties do not possess what he needs. Gargamel finds out that Smurfette Katy Perry is the only one who knows the secret of the essence, so, he sets out to have her kidnapped.In Smurf Village, Smurfette has the feeling of not quite fitting in with the rest of the Smurfs because she was created by Gargamel. Papa Smurf made her a true blue Smurf. Katy Perry said, "In a way, it' like she's becoming a teenager, asking all the same kind of questions we all go through when we come of age. She's really trying to figure out if she's a real Smurf." Gargamel kidnaps her on the eve of her birthday. With Smurfette missing, Papa Smurf Jonathan Winters, in his final performance along with a few other Smurfs, decides to take matters into his own hands. Smurfette forms a bond with the Naughties who are like her brother and sister. When Papa Smurf attempts to rescue her, it's a question if she wants to be or not. There is more here than meets the eye as a secret is revealed which could affect the entire Smurf community.This was a pleasant, funny, sweet, sometimes serious movie. I really enjoyed it. The Smurfs are adorable, the Naughties are cute, but the real surprise is Gargamel. Hank Azaria's work as the evil sorcerer was quite funny and very convincing. He brought forth a different kind of energy and it worked. Neil Patrick Harris, Jayma Mays, and Brendan Gleeson go through the motions but do not stand out.The movie works because it doesn't connect only with children, but for adults as well. If you're looking for a fun summer movie, and are tired of Minions, go see The Smurfs 2 with the family."The Smurfs 2" opens in theaters July 31, 2013Written by: Michael Eisenberg / HollywoodJunket.com
For all the bad comments i say please its enough. If you don't like this type of movies please watch something else. Don't ruin this great movie by your bad ratings and comments and spoilers. And now for the fans i say it was a very enjoyable movie. It kept me and my girlfriend entertained the hole time. And we were on the edge of our seats. And i say it is a great movie for the kids and it contains some good morals as well. I say it is a good sequel and i hope that the sequel will continue and hope to see in the near future " The Smurfs 3". I remember in the theater the <more>
majority of the kids were very happy and laughing the hole time. And the 3d images were great as well.
A Worthy Sequel Despite the New Direction (by borisreviews)
It pains me greatly to tell my dear readers the following, but "The Smurfs 2" does not reach the cinematic heights reached by the first film in this storied franchise and I'm quite certain the other attendees of the exclusive screening felt the same .In this outing, critical darling Raja Gosnell has consciously moved away from the blend of South Korean revenge saga and Bollywood sentimentality, which so strongly epitomized "The Smurfs." Here we are presented with a deeply symbolic and nonlinear narrative with little regard for pacing think European artistry . <more>
Thematically, this film is more akin to Terrence Malick's "Days of Heaven" than to Gosnell's own "Beverly Hills Chihuahua." To its detriment, of course.Some of my disappointment is perhaps due to the surprise at the change of direction Gosnell has taken with our favorite little blue creatures. I feel critics will too easily dismiss the film as they were expecting something different, but unlike most film critics working today, I can put my expectations aside and judge the film objectively.Fans of the first will be glad to hear that acting powerhouse Katy Perry makes a return to voice Smurfette. She is simply sensational and steals scene after scene. Neil Patrick Harris gives a rather subtle performance and it's perhaps a bit too quiet and nuanced. There are new additions to this all-star cast, including the wildly inconsistent and unstable Brendan Gleeson. On his day, Gleeson makes for a phenomenal extra, but he is given too big a role. His performance is entirely too physical and he simply does not possess the acting talent to carry scenes emotionally.The plot is marginally improved over the first, as the kidnapping of Smurfette adds a dash of pathos that was sorely lacking in the first tale. The stakes are higher than ever and despite some blunders and missteps along the way, "The Smurfs 2" ultimately delivers. While many critics will undoubtedly be off-put by the abstract and heavily metaphorical direction the sequel has taken, it is clear that Gosnell has coherent and meaningful creative goals here that he successfully meets.Additionally, the film is meticulously shot by Phil Meheux and gorgeously scored by Heitor Pereira — your eyes and ears are guaranteed to get off sexually. I sure did, and the family next to me certainly seemed to enjoy themselves as well.
Very good and funny sequel. Enjoy the show again! (by illmor-814-204784)
The Smurfs are so beloved characters, that a movie about them have to be good in almost every sense. The producers made it with the first movie, and this time they not only match the quality of the first one, but give us an improved product in visuals, plot and funny quotes. New additions to the story are very well received as they are funny and leverage the story. Also main characters are very good and now are more developed and involved in the plot giving the movie a much more familiar feeling. Many of us grew with the smurfs and this time you feel that your are seeing a follow up to the <more>
classic TV series, in a good way. All the fun is still there but this time you have great locations and many more emotion. The location in Paris couldn't be more wise. Such a nice visuals that you wish to be there in that moment. CGI are terrific, i can't say right now a flaw about this, maybe is there but i couldn't tell. Funny quotes are spreading across the movie then you don't have almost any boring time. This movie will not get the box office levels of Despicable Me 2, but i believe it deserves to be in that league. Hopefully this movie will be a welcome thrust.
I thought it was great and I'm 39! (by phill-470-620498)
I went to the cinema to watch the first one in 3D with the kids and I have to admit I was putting a brave face on and trying to concentrate on enjoying the blue Slush Puppy drink that only cinemas seem to sell.I settled the kids into their seats and and put on my 3D glasses and hoped it would hide the fact from my partner that I was asleep, as long as I didn't snore again! I have to say still talking about the first one here that I was pretty impressed from the outset. The 3D has come a hell of a long way from the day's of Jaws when I last used it and the storyline was strong and <more>
never boring.Smurfs 2 I thought was going to be one of those, 'should have never made a sequel' films after seeing mocking video's on You Tube with children singing about how much they hated it! Personally I couldn't see that it could be better than the first film but I was very wrong. The 3D was stunning all the way through and at one point I forgot that I wasn't actually on the set! Again the storyline was strong, never dulled off and I found it one of few films that I could not pop to the toilet during or go for a smoke, there was no point where I thought I might not miss anything.The true credit though goes to Gargamel and his cat. There were point's that had me laughing out loud which as an adult would ordinarily be embarrassing at a kids film but then I noticed all the adults were laughing out loud too.And I'm sorry, if you don't have slightly moist eye's at the end then you have no soul!