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I can't believe I'm admitting this, but I actually enjoyed this. I thought it was a sweet and charming film. Sure, it isn't the best movie I've ever seen, and if I look at this objectively, it sucks, but I thought it was cute and humorous (at times). Gargamel really had me laughing during this film, and they got the actor spot on! However, I thought it went on too long and was overly predictable since it was in New York and the directors had no idea what to do with the Smurfs. I give this movie an EXTREMELY LOW Matinee.
Funny story about that Smurfs episode. Originally the smurfs turned BLACK not purple, but black. It was airred in Europe like that, but here, America banned for obvious reasons.
Here is a snippet of an article from Cracked.com that I found about smurfs:
WHY THE SMURFS ARE ACTUALLY NAZIS
The creator of the Smurfs, Pierre Culliford, aka Peyo, was born in Belgium in 1928, which means that he spent his childhood under Nazi occupation and, according to Bueno, might have consequently reflected the spirit of those times in his later work, whether he was aware of it or not.
We can all agree that a person's early years can have a great influence on his or her later life. It's like how the creator of Mario allegedly based his design on his annoying landlord, except in this case Peyo drew little blue Nazis. It makes sense.
For one, the Smurfs are all united against a common enemy, the sorcerer Gargamel, whose large nose supposedly makes him look like a Jewish stereotype.
Gargamel also has a cat named Azrael -- a name that comes from Jewish mysticism -- and is the creator of Smurfette, who becomes a vision of Aryan beauty after Papa Smurf "fixes" her with magic.
The most damning evidence, however, seems to come from a comic titled "The Black Smurfs," where the Smurfs get infected, via bites, with a mysterious disease that turns them black, mindless and aggressive, which Bueno interpreted as concerns for blood purity. The book would not have appeared in the U.S. to this day if the color of the sickness wasn't eventually changed to purple
Read more: 6 Insane (But Convincing) Theories on Children's Pop Culture | Crac... http://www.cracked.com/article_19673_6-insane-but-convincing-theori...
But where was NPH
smurfs were "tearing up his ass"???
C'mon would've been funny!
Wow, you know, smurfette is the only female in the entire village filled with shirtless men. There is a reason why they do that, they're probable trying to get her attention because although we see
MAKES PERFECT SENSE.
I just watched it, awesome man!
This is a good movie I liked it ,
its available at WWW.FREEMOVIEREPUBLIC.COM
, english, in HQ quality.
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