Written July 25, 2014
This is a great movie for both children and adults. It teaches a very valuable lesson.....family is #1 and even if you aren't born kind and compassionate, you can learn to have a good heart and become part of true family. I definitely recommend for young children and families.
Written September 21, 2014
I would rather rate the theater than the movie. we bought our tickets in advance at the freehold theater. got there 40 minutes before . picked up our tickets at the self service machine. got into the theater and all seats were completely taken. not one available. how poorly run is this theater? you can not pick and reserve your seats, so buying in advance does not pay off. well the kids already had pop corn, candy ,soda etc etc all self service by the way and they got to eat it in the car because they had to give us a complete refund. now I find that you have to run like heck to the theater grab your seats , have someone hold them for you then go out in the lobby and hassle with the confusion of the complete self service pop corn and soda dept. where are the soda cups, god go find a cap to fit it. oh the straws are on the other side of the theater. thanks. where do you pay for this. oh thanks . are you kidding me. go there for a dry run before you purchase any tickets.
Written August 25, 2013
Smurfs 2 was a good movie! Not as good as Smurfs 1 in my opinion but a darn good movie! All your favorite Smurfs is back and are funnier then ever! Paris looked great in the movie and Garagmel is always fun to watch! Neil Patrick Harris also did a great job responding his role! Overall, I recommend seeing Smurfs 2 if you want a smurftastic time at the theater!
Written August 25, 2013
There's much to like in this family film which features a clever story line (or lines?), amazing animation effects, good voice talent, and, of course, great live actors, most notably Hank Azaria, Neil Patrick Harris and Brendan Gleeson. Much of the story set in the city of Paris, a wonderful choice on the part of the writers, who also get credit for some of the subtleties throughout the show. On such was the line spoken by Gargamel to Smurfette when he revealed to her that he is her "father" adding: "Search your feelings; you know it to be true". Taken right out of Star Wars Episode V. Don't miss this one; get out there with the whole family!
Written December 25, 2014
it was fun and cute. some sad. made the statement that good always overcomes evil.
also shows how love is unconditional. i liked it and my 10 year old daughter liked it.