Summary: A nefarious plot by the evil wizard Gargamel has the Smurfs banished from their own village only to wind up in Central Park. Now the small blue creatures must figure out how to get back to their own world and escape Gargamel. This movie was just annoying and really stupid.
Excerpt: I got this movie on Blu-ray for christmas 2 years ago, and never reviewed it. So here is my review: Video quality, AMAZING! It looks perfect on blu ray and it's just awesome to look at while watching. Colors are vibrant, detail is excellent and it just looks amazing. Audio is amazing as well. The extras were a fun watch.
Excerpt: This was the first movie I saw in 3D and I didn't know it was a conversion until I read it online, that's how good the 3D is. The movie itself is quite ok, well it turned out better than I expected after reading the horrible reviews, but is more suitable for children. Nevertheless I liked it when I went to see it in theaters and so I decided to buy the bluray 3D having just purchased my 3D tv at that time.
Summary: When the evil wizard Gargamel once again attempts to capture the Smurfs to extract powers from them, these blue little creatures enters the human world. Now, they have to figure out how to get back to their world with the help of a couple of human beings. *** I had a lot of fun with this movie, though, nothing really special about it, the humor was still there. Also, nothing special about the cast. Nothing special about the story. It was just pure fun and laughter.
only purchase if you want to build up your 3D collection
12 April 2012
Excerpt: This isn't a very good movie, its not horrible and it gets a lot better towards the end but ya this is not a very good movie. I purchased this just because of all the great reviews i read on the 3D. I just watched this last night and from my experience this movies 3D isn't that great, there's nothing wrong with it but compared to some of the other 3D movies in my collection, it's just not that spectacular.
Excerpt: When the evil Wizard Gargamel (Hank Azaria) chases the little blue cuddly Smurfs from their beloved village, a number of them are accidentally transported through a vortex from their hidden forest to New York City. Clumsy Smurf (voiced by Anton Yelchin) ends up inside a delivery box so his fellow Smurfs dash to his rescue, but end up inside a city apartment of married couple Patrick (Neil Patrick Harris) and Grace (Jayma Mays) Winslow.
Excerpt: I watched this with my family : I'm age 40 so yeah I was about 10 yrs old when Smurfs took over the world. I really wasn't expecting too much with this movie other than letting my kids see what I grew up with. I was quite disappointed with the over all tone of this movie. Neil Patrick Harris, just didn't seem convincing or committed to his role. There was no chemistry between himself and the smurfs.
Excerpt: The Smurfs is a great movie and the picture quality on Blu-Ray is amazing. The colors are bright and they really shine. The sound was clear and that's the kind of sound you want for an animated action movie like The Smurfs.A Blu-ray that everybody should buy!
Excerpt: Having been an 80's kid, there's no denying the animated influences that have since turned to live action films over the past few years. First on deck was Transformers which worked very well, then G.I. Joe did fight to see another sequel which comes out soon and now we have the little blue magically creatures called the Smurfs invading our homes once again. Only this time they are CGI mixed with live action.