The Smurfs

The Smurfs

  • Director: Raja Gosnell
  • Writer: J. David Stem,David N. Weiss,Jay Scherick
  • Countries of origin: United States, Belgium, Canada, France
  • Language: English
  • Release date: July 29, 2011
  • Sound mix: SDDS, Datasat, Dolby Digital
  • Also known as: Smurf'd
  • The film "The Smurfs" (The Smurfs) is adapted from the comics and cartoons of the same name by The Kingdom of Belgium cartoonist Pei You. The film is directed by Raja Raymond Gosnell and produced by the method of "performance capture + CG animation", by Jonathan Winters and Katy Perry , Anton Yelchin and Army co-dubbed, and NPH , Jayma Suzette Mays and Hank Azaria co-starred.
    In this movie, the evil Gargamel breaks into the elven village under the guidance of Benben. The Smurfs are teleported to the "back garden" of New York through the blue moon while avoiding Gargamel, where they have to rush to Gargamel on the one hand. Before finding them with Azrael, they returned to their mushroom village. On the other hand, they had only three apples high and they had to start an adventure in the big apple city of New York. 

    Details

    • Release date July 29, 2011
    • Filming locations Times Square, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
    • Production companies Columbia Pictures, Sony Pictures Animation, Kerner Entertainment Company

    Box office

    Budget

    $110,000,000 (estimated)

    Gross US & Canada

    $142,614,158

    Opening weekend US & Canada

    $35,611,637

    Gross worldwide

    $563,749,323

    Movie reviews

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    • By Verda 2022-04-22 07:01:31

      Childhood cartoons, gone forever

      When I saw the Smurfs on the screen, my childhood memories came back spontaneously, and I always thought of that sentence, there is a group of Smurfs on the other side of the mountain, on the other side of the sea, they are lively and smart, they are witty and agile ......
            When I really watched it all, I felt that I was not as fond of it as I remembered. This movie, the combination of the live-action version and the animation as a whole, is a difficult part in itself, and it does not...

    • By Brody 2022-04-22 07:01:31

      On the other side of the mountain, on the other side of the sea, there is a group of Smurfs

      I have seen two cartoons in the cinema, once with McDull and once with the Smurfs. Every time I watch cartoons, no matter what the movie is, I always feel good. There are always so many children in the theater, with a small burden, the children will laugh non-stop, not covering up their laughter at all, I really like this kind of atmosphere, and the whole person becomes happy.
      I like these six little elves very much, they are so cute, Benben likes them very much, little nympho, little...

    • By Kolby 2022-04-22 07:01:31

      Drop your heights and cherish this video

      I believe that many of the bad reviews are because they pursue the plot of the movie too much. In fact, everyone can completely regard the movie version of "The Smurfs" as a rumor of the animation version when it is called un.

      From the point of view of plot design and character characterization, he is not only facing adult audiences, I think more of today's children, thinking from the standpoint of a child, except for the protagonist Patrick's personal role, the rest are all...

    • By Kellie 2022-04-22 07:01:31

      cartoons for wall street

      On the other side of the mountain, on the other side of the sea, there is a group of Smurfs.
      Such a quiet and peaceful village was finally discovered by the directors and screenwriters! So the Smurfs became demolition households, those who wanted to be nails on the right and rolled into the depths of the forest; those who didn't want to be nails were left to "go upstairs" through the blue moon. So the core staff of Smurf came to the international metropolis NY (I LOVE NY), which is full of...

    • By Janessa 2022-04-22 07:01:31

      The mourning of the post-80s

      As soon as I entered the theater, I was born in the 1980s. The nostalgic psychology of these quasi-middle-aged people who happened to be in a rich and relatively leisurely stage of reminiscing about their beautiful childhood contributed to the success of the film. Overall, the fine workmanship, American humor, clichéd time travel and a few crappy actors make up what the film is all about. Clumsy, Cong Cong, Jianjian, and Sister Lan, who were drawn as simple strokes as children, have turned into...

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    Movie plot

    The evil Gargamel suddenly broke into the elf village. The frightened The Smurfs hurriedly avoided, stumbled into the mysterious cave, and under the shining of the strange blue moon went across to the "back garden" of New York. Dad Lan starts an adventure in New York, the city of the Big Apple , with Sister Lan, Benben, Congcong, Tidy, and Yongyong (new characters) . They are unfamiliar with life, so they have to live in the home of a...
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    Behind the scenes gags

    In one scene, Gargamel's face was about to be filled with eggs, but the staff repeatedly failed and failed to achieve the effect, and the director Raja Raymond Gosnell had to go to the battle himself. At first, Gargamel took three hours to put on makeup, but in the middle of the shoot, it was shortened to 90 minutes, and Hank Azaria decided to shave his head in order to increase the speed. During the entire filming process, Azaria, who...
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    Creative background

    In 1958, The Kingdom of Belgium cartoonist Beyo (formerly known as Pierre Culliford) created The Smurfs in his own work. This image became popular as soon as it was launched and penetrated into all aspects of people's entertainment life: Comics, books, TV series, movies, games, live shows, and various dolls. As Bello's daughter, Veronica Culliford and her family have always wanted The Smurfs on the big screen. Although The Smurfs looks...
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    Negative

    Like the previous works directed by Raja Raymond Gosnell , the design of each scene is either disgusting like a roller coaster, or sweet as syrup. (Comment on "The Village Voice")
    I heard that this movie will be made into a trilogy and there will be two other sequels. This is really terrible news. ("Newark Star-Ledger" (Newark Star-Ledger) review)
    Most of the story takes place in the adult world, full of cosmetics ads, in a rather...
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    Movie quotes

    • Gutsy: [sees Gargamel slam into a cab] You've had that coming to you for over thirty years!

      [laughs]

    • [seeing New York City for the first time]

      Brainy: Wow! Palaces everywhere!

      Grouchy: [sees someone dressed as the Statue of Liberty] Wow! A green goblin!

      Smurfette: [sees someone dressed as Elmo] Wow! A red troll!

      Gutsy: [sees a giant TV screen with Bar Rafaeli] Wow, look at that giant princess!

    • Gutsy: Smurfabunga!