Animation, Comedy

Smurfs: The Lost Village (2017)


  • Overall Rating: 6 Stars
  • Plot: 7 Stars
  • Script: 5 Stars
  • Acting: 4 Stars
  • Music:  9 Stars
  • Sound Effects: N/A
  • Special Effects: N/A


PLOT: The plot is actually pretty good for what may seem to be a forced production or money grab. It is about Smurfette (Demi Lovato) and her origin story. The movie is about her quest to find out who or what she really is and what type of Smurf she actually is.

SCRIPT: It has jokes for children and adults some might even consider inappropriate. Thank god the ending is hard to guess because sometimes adults say they know the ending in children’s movies before they know what is going to happen.

ACTING: The voice acting in this movie is great. They got surprisingly big names when they didn’t have too. They didn’t use all the same actor’s voices that they used in the first two Smurf movies with Neil Patrick Harris but it was a perfect casting anyway. Smurfette (Demi Lovato), Hefty Smurf (Joe Manganiello), Clumsy Smurf (Jack McBrayer),  Brainy Smurf (Danny Pudi) and the villain Gargamel (Rainn Wilson) are just some of the names they got for the movie.

Music: The music is really good. They got those nice pop and popy sounding hits that suit the mood and the adventure for this movie. With the original motion picture score done by Christopher Lennertz and a song maid by award winning pop artist Meghan Trainor called I’m a Lady.