The Smurfs 2
Hoping to harness the magical Smurf-essence, evil wizard Gargamel creates a pair of Smurflike creatures, called Naughties. However, only a real Smurf can give Gargamel what he wants, so he kidnaps Smurfette to force her to cast a spell that will transform the Naughties into Smurfs. Papa, Clumsy and the rest of the Smurfs reunite with their human friends Patrick (Neil Patrick Harris) and Grace (Jayma Mays) to rescue Smurfette from the wizard's clutches.
Release Date: July 31, 2013
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Bottom line? Kids will have a good time. Their parents will get some much needed nap time. And that‚Äôs about as much time as I want to spend on this better-than-average sequel that has a good message, a dedicated, silly human cast and love for all things smurf, which I find difficult to share. Sadly, the only thing you‚Äôre going to get from this review is: ‚ÄúSmurfs 2‚Äù is slightly better than ‚ÄúSmurfs 1.‚Äù BTW, faintest of praise ever... See Full ReviewClick here to read the full review
Unfortunately, unless you’re 6 or under, there’s not much here for you. Some of the special effects are fun to look at, but the story is mostly dull. Kids might enjoy seeing favorite Smurf characters, and overlook the bloated screenplay, which so often seems likes it’s trying too hard to be hip. Anyone older will just have the Blues... See Full ReviewClick here to read the full reviewJanuary 23rd, 2014 · Details
Gargamel Kidnaps Smurfette. Papa plans to save her! The Smurfs reunite with Barney Stinson (NPH) and the Counselor from Glee ( Jayma Mays) to rescue her. Kids will love it. It's a lot of fun and has a nice message... It doesn't matter where you come from. Your choices make you who you are! Got to give Props to Hank Azaria for a near flawless take on Gargamel. I loved the cartoons as a kid and he nails it! Plus, got to love Passive Aggressive Smurf! He is so mean...in a nice way. @jedipadmasterDecember 6th, 2013 · Details
he film attempts some good messages, such as ‚Äúit doesn‚Äôt matter where you came from, but who you choose to be,‚Äù as well as a subplot involving Patrick‚Äôs unwillingness to accept his stepfather; but largely, the film is acceptable as a manic live-action cartoon intended for undiscriminating children... See Full ReviewClick here to read the full reviewAugust 8th, 2013 · Details
"Smurfs 2" is a charming movie that reminded me of the show my children watched when they were small. It contains some "smurfy" jokes and smurf magic, but the important things are the lessons contained in this film about relationships between children and a step or adoptive parent... See Full ReviewClick here to read the full reviewAugust 7th, 2013 · Details
For parents desperately seeking entertainment during Summer 2013, Smurfs 2 could fill the bill. However I suspect many of you may leave the theater feeling a tad, ahem, blue after spending your dollars for a visit to this kingdom... See Full ReviewClick here to read the full review
If summer's speedy passing has you feeling blue, then head to "The Smurfs 2" (Columbia) for a jolly pick-me-up. The lighthearted tone of this 3-D sequel -- which, like its 2011 predecessor, mixes animation with live action -- comes courtesy of the familiar azure-hued elves of the title... See Full ReviewClick here to read the full review
This insipid, and sometimes awkward, blend of animation, computer generation and live actionwastes a ton of talent and lacks a true sense of whimsy... See Full ReviewClick here to read the full review
The puns are feebler (‚ÄúI was Meryl Smurfing Streep in there!‚Äù), the animation passable, the special effects quite good and the 3D utterly pointless. But if your tiny-tyke target audience has to see something, at least it‚Äôs harmless... See Full ReviewClick here to read the full review