Smurfs: The Lost Village is a downloadable 3D animated adventure fantasy film produced by Colombia Pictures, Sony Pictures Entertainment, The Kerner Entertainment Company, LStar Capital, and Wanda Pictures. The film is based on The Smurfs comic book series drawn by the late Belgian cartoonist Peyo (actually Pierre Culliford) and was officially released on 5th April 2017.
It is directed by Kelly Asbury and features a voice cast consisting of Demi Lovato, Rainn Wilson, Joe Manganiello, Jack McBrayer, Danny Pudi, Michelle Rodriguez, and Ellie Kemper.
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The Film Review
The Lost Village follows the story of the Smurfs who reside in Smurf Village under the leadership of Papa Smurf.
Amongst the rest of the characters, Smurfette is a special Smurf as she was created by the evil wizard Gargamel before being redeemed by Papa Smurf and joining the village.
Smurfette finds out that there is a lost Smurf village within the depths of the Forbidden Forest and so she, along with Clumsy Smurf, Brainy Smurf, and Hefty Smurf head out on a journey to discover it.
The four find encounter many intriguing creatures on their travels before being attacked by Gargamel who plans on capturing all the Smurfs in order to take their essence from them and become the strongest.
The four Smurfs manage to get away before finally encountering the female Smurfs in the lost village that is known as Smurfy Grove. Smurfette informs all the female Smurfs about Gargamel as they prepare to attack him during night time.
Miraculously, Papa Smurf shows up instead of Gargamel as it turns out that he had been looking for Smurfette along with the rest to apologize for punishing them earlier. Soon however Gargamel strikes and manages to capture everyone in Smurfy Grove except Smurfette. After feeling sad and lonely for the others, Smurfette heads out to confront Gargamel where she tricks him by pretending that she wants to become evil again.
Gargamel uses his magic on Smurfette only to find out that she had absorbed it the whole it. She then attacks Gargamel and saves all her friends before turning into clay.
The film ends as Gargamel and his accomplices fall down the waterfall whereas as Smurfette is revived thanks to the energy provided by everyone else.
The Movie Production
For all the Smurf lovers who have been following the storyline through the comic books, the film is an absolute treat to watch particularly because of its superior visual effects.
According to the VFX supervisors of the film, The Lost Village was animated after a whole lot of effort made in the drawing department. Most concepts such as the film aesthetics and designs were drawn by hand before being transferred on to the digital machinery.
Smurfs: The Lost Village Songs
To compose the original score for the film, Christopher Lennertz was contacted by the production companies. All the songs in the score album were also written by Lennertz himself. The highlight is Meghan Trainor’s I’m A Lady.
The Bottom Line
Overall, The Lost Village is a very entertaining movie that managed to grab a decent amount of hits at the box office. It managed to gross over $197 million and was mostly received with positive reviews from both fans and critics.