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The Smurfs

Rated PG for some mild rude humor and action.

PG In Theaters 07/29/2011 , 86min.
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95%
Viewer score based on 628 ratings
30%
Critic score based on 22 reviews

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January 27, 2012
ym00000000110767
great, I though would be kid's movie but actually it was great, it is has a lot of comedy
October 09, 2011
artielectric
Only a moronic heterosexual could have destroyed one of the most brilliant fair tales every created! Who approved this at Columbia pictures? They should be fired. If Columbia pictures has no new creative talent they could have at least asked Tim Burton to direct. Any artistic human could have created a beautiful Fantastical movie with the Smurf's legend. Just a sign of the times!
September 16, 2011
charlibakes
looks like a awsom moive bacon
September 11, 2011
kan1782
just saw it today very good movie
September 10, 2011
twalsh4440
Great movie for kids and nice for adults

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Washington Post
The Smurfs is exactly like Amy Adams's princess-in-Manhattan comedy "Enchanted," only far less clever, kindhearted, original, exciting or entertaining. Full Review
Betsy Sharkey
Los Angeles Times
This animated-live action hybrid is really more 3-D disaster than family comedy. Even Neil Patrick Harris, who has proved he can save just about any sinking ship, cannot make this boat float. Full Review
Joe Neumaier
New York Daily News
Azaria channels his inner Charles Nelson Reilly, which helps, as does an evil emoting cat. Kids under 7 will likely giggle at some too-harsh pratfalls, not care about a grown man's fear of procreation, not get all the tiny innuendos and possibly miss how the movie is a fairly successful tourism ad for New York. Full Review
Justin Chang
Variety
Adorable and annoying, patently unnecessary yet kinda sweet, it's a calculated commercial enterprise with little soul but an appreciable amount of heart. Full Review
Michael Rechtshaffen
The Hollywood Reporter
For all the digitally enhanced Smurfness, the results are remarkably mirthless. Full Review
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