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By mcaracciolo126
Written July 24, 2016
After about 20 minutes in I started thinking of all the other things I would rather watch, my final answer to my musings was... I would rather watch the sun explode and know that I had 10 to 15 minutes left on earth than to see Gargamel or Special Needs Smurf for one more second. I later shared that with my wife and daughters , who thought it was hysterical.
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SMURFS 2

By stitcher2345271
Written December 04, 2016
Was ok, but at 67, not my type of movie, but my 4 year old granddaughter loved i. She had her Smurfette with her who sat in the cup holder and she kept telling Smurfette not to be afraid during the scarey parts!!
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The Smurfs 2 is smurfy good!

By mattfan12059
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!
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Smurfs-2 Good for Little Ones

By dmwvols
Written August 24, 2016
Took my granddaughter to see Smurfs -2 for her birthday. Cute movie, but some of the plot lines apparently related to the first movie, so had no idea what they were talking about or who some of the characters were. Kids who like the Smurfs will really enjoy the movie, and it has some laughs in in for parents (or grandparents). Biggest problem is that apparently Regal thinks that you have to lower the temperature to somewhere south of 60 degrees to show a movie. A/C cut on high just before the movie started and even my granddaughter was complaining about how cold it was in the theater.
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The Smurfs 2

By RSE496
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!
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