Columbia Pictures | Release Date: April 7, 2017
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Jollyjoe1000Apr 8, 2017
It was a enjoyable movie but some of the stuff was very stupid and contrived.Still most of the movie was solid, but there were plenty of blunders also. You know win some you loose some.
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EpicLadySpongeApr 7, 2017
Hey guys, don't be mad over another Smurfs movie. This film brings back the wonderful joy of the adaption that calls this film's attention and it's even better the why-do-you-think-this-was-a-great-idea-at-all live-action/animated SmurfsHey guys, don't be mad over another Smurfs movie. This film brings back the wonderful joy of the adaption that calls this film's attention and it's even better the why-do-you-think-this-was-a-great-idea-at-all live-action/animated Smurfs movies. Even if this is so, don't be completely expecting a great film from here to the movie's complete end (which is supposed to be the credits that follows the film). Smurfs: The Lost Village is possibly one of the best Smurfs films you could receive in this decade and for now even with its horrid mistakes they kept from the previous Smurfs films. I mean, at least you have someone to thank for the removal of the real world in the world of Smurfs. Watch if you completely dare, but don't expect this one to be winning an award or even being nominated for one whatsoever. I can't say all the mistakes this film has because that's spoiling it and it's not fun when you spoil the best parts of a film. To end this with a short diagram, Smurfs: The Lost Village is a huge improvement but the huge in the improvement is not present due to the many mistakes this film contains. Expand
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FuturedirectorJul 21, 2017
Thanks to Smurfs: The Lost Village's animation, its entertainment sequences, and jokes can go even farther away from its predecessors, but it can't stop with its flawed conclusions and predictable plot.
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Tiber5Apr 9, 2017
It’s not that of a rousing animated comedy that parents around the world will cherish along with their kids. It’s more like a colorful and diverting animated feature.
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MinecraftFApr 9, 2017
It’s not that of a rousing animated comedy that parents around the world will cherish along with their kids. It’s more like a colorful and diverting animated feature.
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TyranianApr 13, 2019
The animation for this isn't bad but the story and writing is in the megadumb department.
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6
LeZeeAug 18, 2017
An adventure to unleash the secret.

After an average reception for the first two films, I did not expect one more in the series. They should have been dropped it, yet the film was not that bad. It was simple and cute, somewhat better than
An adventure to unleash the secret.

After an average reception for the first two films, I did not expect one more in the series. They should have been dropped it, yet the film was not that bad. It was simple and cute, somewhat better than the previous ones. Basically, there's no story, everything was an adventure and the story came out of it. The adventure of four Smurfs to outdo their arch-rival, Gargamel. They were racing to find the secret village, but with different agendas. They had to face many hurdles before getting close to their destination. After that what came was a surprise. Not for us, but the Smurfs, and following, the story ended with the result of the battle that fought.

From the director of 'Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarrom' with prominent actors behind the voice-over. Not one of the most expected animation of the year, but some people were, like the kids. The children won't go alone to the theatres, it always has to be with parents/elders/guardians. That is a complicated combination, and the filmmakers has to work on that. Which means making a film that can be enjoyed by them both. So this film is more a children's, but surely some grown ups too can enjoy it. Otherwise, it is a decent film, that's not deserved the poor box office respond it's got. That means, show it to your kids, even if you are not interested in it. That's how it should be!

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marcmyworksJun 30, 2017
This film has amazing animation and pretty much stops there. I think I burst out laughing once, otherwise it was a piss poor storyline with mediocre acting.
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JPKJun 29, 2019
It’s Nothing Special
The Lost Village definitely tried it's best and had some very good parts, But sadly, it was just too by the numbers, At least it isn’t annoying garbage like the live action films.
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