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Smurfs: The Lost Village (2017)

Quality: Year: Duration: 89 MinView: 1,510 views
857 votes, average 6.2 out of 10

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.

The Lost Village may not be directly related to the previous two films, but it does, in a matter of moments, essentially recap part of the previous film’s plot that explored Smurfette’s origins, telling the story, in very condensed fashion, of how she was “made” by Gargamel and why she is the only female Smurf. Of course, the rest of the movie only builds on that, in its own way, as she and a few of her male Smurf companions discover a whole new world, as it were, inhabited by something very familiar yet very, very different. Along the way, the film follows basic animated film action and adventure elements.

Various creatures attack the party along the way, they meet some strange and unique friends, and they’re always on the run from Gargamel and his feline companion who is always one step ahead of his master. The film uses the magical Smurf world to its advantage. Adventure on land, on water, and even in the skies is commonplace. It’s nothing new — most every animated film follows essentially the same basic patterns — but this film does it with enough spunk, color, and sound to mask any deficiencies in core novelty while still ramping up creativity in how things look, sound, and in the way the protagonists and antagonists adventure through it all.

The film does miss its human characters. The largest absence in the film, by a massive margin, is Hank Azaria, whose work as the boneheaded evil wizard Gargamel in the first two films was truly second to none, in this reviewer’s opinion one of the all-time great comedic villain performances in movie history.

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