Smurfs are back with another classic film, especially for the kids. Smurfs: The Lost Village is all new take on smurfs where Smurfette and her best friends go on an exciting and thrilling forest journey to find the mysterious lost village before the evil finds. The latest animated flick directed by Kelly Asbury, and it already released in the US and Russia.
It is the fun family movie full of creativity and good animation which attracts children more. The film takes the kids into the new vibrant mode of colours with new Smurfs. The film stars the voices of Demi Lovato, Joe Manganiello, Rainn Wilson, Jack McBrayer, Michelle Rodriguez, Danny Pudi, Ariel Winter, Jake Johnson, Mandy Patinkin, Ellie Kemper and Julia Roberts.
Smurfs: The Lost Village Cast & Crew
- Director: Kelly Asbury
- Starring: Demi Lovato, Joe Manganiello, Rainn Wilson, Jack McBrayer, Michelle Rodriguez, Danny Pudi, Ariel Winter, Jake Johnson, Mandy Patinkin, Ellie Kemper, Julia Roberts.
- Production: Sony Pictures Animation, Wanda Pictures, The Kerner Entertainment Company, LStar Capital
- Distributed by: Columbia Pictures
- Music: Christopher Lennertz
Smurfs: The Lost Village Movie Review
The one-and-half-twenty-nine-minutes animation in this movie is vibrant, creatures in the forest and village are more colourful and creative. The film follows Smurfette as she struggles to find her identity. She is the lump of clay created by the evil wizard Gargamel and whenever she tries to forget the terrible nation, and she is not a true Smurf something distracts her memory.
One day when she was playing with group of smurfs she find a mysterious map of lost village. Smurfette, Clumsy and Hefty and Brainy set out a journey together to find the lost village by following the map and also to save the world from the evil things done by Gargamel. In their journey they find so many various forms of forest and faced the hurdles.
Slow story narration
Smurfs: The Lost Village Movie Rating:
Apart from story of the film, the latest adventure-animation flick feels richness of modern computer animation techniques. The story has a lot of tropes from the original cartoon and the plot is predictable, the antics between Gargamel and smurfs in a full-length feature film grow very old. But the director plays it safe and it hit the big screens on 21st April.
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