字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Grossing a surprising 560-million dollars, this family-friendly 3D comedy was released on July 29 to lukewarm reception. No one really asked for a modern remake of the classic animated TV show that ended over 20 years ago... but like most Hollywood ideas: if it sells, it gets produced. Finally taking the sizable leap from TV star to Movie star, Doogie Howser himself, Neil Patrick Harris stars a your everyday generic New York businessman who, of course, has a big work deadline coming up that's causing him to be stressed out. Matters worsen when our Smurf friends, in attempt to escape from the sorcerer Gargamel, their arch-nemesis, accidentally travel through a portal -- taking them away from the tranquil sing-a-long beauty of Smurf-village to the loud, and noisy realm of downtown Manhattan. Missing from this simple, and rather adorable film is the "fish-out-of-water" transition for either Harris's character, or the Smurfs - neither party seems particularly concerned or amazed by the existence of the other, even if they briefly try to kill each other when first meeting. The interplay between the human actors, and their two-apples-tall CGI counterparts is surprisingly impressive, save for a few moments when direction physical interaction is called for... when bad memories of Space Jam and Who Framed Roger Rabbit come flooding back. Obviously designed for children of all ages to enjoy, the plot is an uncomplicated one - with nothing getting in the way of it's predictable conclusion. There are some more heart-felt messages here, and lessons to be learned, but on the whole, "The Smurfs" is just a playful romp from everyone's favorite blue friends exploring the big city. Traveling by way of Taxi-cab roof, the fearsome Smurfs use the camouflage of their surroundings to keep from being spotted - cleverly hiding up against an ad for the Blue Man Group. Besides slight chuckle-inducing jokes like that one, there's not much here for adults... with most the funniest humor coming from Hank Azaria's over-the-top make-up covered portrayal of the bumbling Gargemel... who finds himself on the receiving end of at least a dozen pratfalls and slapstick punch lines. This is a friendly, innocent, and delightful film kids will really enjoy - but for those of older than 10... there unfortunately isn't much here to classify this as a good film. That said, it's far from bad either... just another boring, dime-a-dozen film from the "remake or adaptation" department in Hollywood. "The Smurfs", a "Family friendly laughs, but dull." That was my review, now let's read some of yours from the YouTube comments. Here's the rate-o-matic to rank "The Smurfs", a FIVE and a FOUR. This was a fun film that I enjoyed... but it's doubtful I'll watch it again, or recommend it to anyone who's graduated from grade-school... I thought it was ALRIGHT. You accepted the film for what it was, recognizing some of the better elements, as well as a hum-drum plot, your reviews averaged to a MEH.