'The Smurfs' Review By Zak Lee Ferguson
Katie Perry-why do you make me want to f*ck a small three inch sized blue Smurf seem so appealing thing to do!
Helming this feature- helming, to put this right these films hold no cinematic leverage except it is chock a block full of product placement and luridly awful gags and is just full of awful indigenous gags like the smurfing swearwords that come out every smurfing second- this is not funny its attributed to the adults, it dies, the only ever thing in this film that is enjoyable is the very detailed visuals, and Hank Azaria making a fool out of himself running around through steam trying to give Malgazararara a self esteem and persona of an insecure utter nitwit- to Hanks purest of forms of acting- ad libbing is apparent, Malgarararar walking through steam giving himself that effectual grace of a sorcery of benevolent evil...and a sarky cat slap pawing its head every five minutes, and starring Leonard Nimoy- so i thought as Papa Smurf then was disappointed later after my trip to Wikipedia....also the thought of incestual Smurfs made me laugh throughout- until the lore of Smurfington was revealed- Smurfette is not actually a Smurf but a temptress created by Malgazararar!
The director was unique in a sense that the opening to Scooby-Doo it ma hard- then the sequels awesome 2004 long running shot title sequence then singing small bug eyed dogs just mad me want to cry- they are singing about their misconceived ugliness- how heart warming!
Nah- this director is just a nameplate to seal out pieces like this- presumably a previous visual effects supervising turned awesome kid friendly director with no ego just a lot of dosh!
This is just visual fun for kids to pretend to know what they are watching though is just silly creatures- though some of the Smurfs have heart and the voices give the little tumbling sods a depth- and Katie Perry- why- why do you make me wanting to f*ck a small three inches sized blue creature appealing- um- no actually its just the thought of you at the booth breathing heavily and- (review closed)