The Smurfs seemed like a good idea on the small screen thirty years ago. The little blue people, three apples high, have won my heart as one of the 1980’s kids who watched it on Saturday Morning. They filled my heart with laughter, kindness, and that warm fuzzy. The Smurfs cartoon will always be a timeless classic to me. Let’s us fast forward to 2010s. It is a time where the beloved cartoon goes where many cartoons have tried and failed before; the big screen. Directed by Raja Gosnell, The Smurfs went to same road as Alvin & the Chipmunks, Garfield, Scooby-Doo and countless others by taking a great
product from our childhood and turning it into a modern day/live action/CGI mess. Here is my smurfin’ review of this latest nauseating nostalgia move by Hollywood.