“The Smurfs Movie” (2011) Review.

Foreword by Hayley Alice Roberts: Here is a review of the recent “Smurfs” film written by my 11-year-old nephew Morgan Roberts. He mostly enjoyed the film; I realise there has been a lot of negativity surrounding the film however is the response mostly positive from a child’s perspective? and has the film opened the characters up to a whole new generation?

Bottom line: The Smurfs is an animated movie about little blue cartoon characters; young children may find this film super smurfy; it contains a few suggestive jokes and lots of smurf language.

As they scramble to get away from the evil wizard Gargamel Clumsy goes the wrong way and leads 4 of the other smurfs Papa, Smurette, Brainy, Gutsy, and Grouchy. That was the scene I enjoyed the most.

The festival of the Blue Moon is about to begin and things are going smoothly for the Smurfs until Clumsy leads the evil wizard Gargamel to their secret village.

The 3D was average however it wasn’t necessary as it wasn’t as effective compared to the other films for example “Avatar” (2010).

The smurfs has been-there-done-that a cross between “Alvin and the Chipmunks” (2007) and “Enchanted” (2007).

Morgan Roberts.


One Response to ““The Smurfs Movie” (2011) Review.”

  1. There are tons of good tv shows to choose from to say it’s the best. No matter what is said though, there is no doubt that this show ranks in the top five of all of them. Yes, there are shows that are a bit older but this one still has charm. There is comedy, humor, and a little politics, easily moving it up to the top. They just don’t make them like this anymore.

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