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Smurfs 2

The Smurfs 2

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Director: Raja Gosnell

Cast: Hank Azaria, Neil Patrick Harris, Brendan Gleeson


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Gargamel is back, and this time he's sending the Smurfs on a wild adventure through Paris in this globe-trotting sequel to the 2011 hit. Determined to harness the magical essence of the Smurfs, wicked wizard Gargamel (voice of Hank Azaria) creates a diminutive race of mischief makers known as the Naughties. But in order to get the results


Gargamel is back, and this time he's sending the Smurfs on a wild adventure through Paris in this globe-trotting sequel to the 2011 hit. Determined to harness the magical essence of the Smurfs, wicked wizard Gargamel (voice of Hank Azaria) creates a diminutive race of mischief makers known as the Naughties. But in order to get the results he's looking for, Gargamel will need to get his hands on a genuine Smurf. Enter Smurfette (voice of Katy Perry), the only one of her kind who knows the spell that can transform Naughties into actual Smurfs. Having recently shot to fame in Paris due to his impressive magical powers, Gargamel kidnaps Smurfette, and sweeps her away to the City of Light. With Papa Smurf (voice of Jonathan Winters) and company hot on his trail, however, the scheming wizard quickly realizes that executing his diabolical plan will be easier said than done. Meanwhile, Smurfette's growing sense of insecurity leaves her vulnerable to the scheming of Naughties Vexy (voice of Christina Ricci) and Hackus (voice of J.B. Smoove). Neil Patrick Harris and Jayma Mays also lend their voices.

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Taking place two years after the events of The Smurfs, The Smurfs 2 follows Gargamel (Hank Azaria in a delightfully over-the-top performance) in desperate need of Smurf "essence" in order to continue his successful magical act at a popular venue in Paris. Gargamel is flanked by his usual sidekicks: Azrael the cat, who appears to be inspired by a mishmash of Internet memes, and two Naughties, i.e., the results of his failed attempt to create a Smurf from scratch. There's Vexy (voiced by Christina Ricci), a raven-haired, punk-rock answer to Smurfette, and the obedient, yet none-too-bright Hackus (J.B. Smoove). The Naughties are both pale skinned, enraging Gargamel, who sends Vexy to find Smurfette (Katy Perry) and bring him the formula he needs to extract large quantities of blue Smurf essence. Wisely, The Smurfs 2 draws on the canon of the original 1980s animated TV series, wherein Smurfette was introduced to the Smurf Village as an agent created by Gargamel. Under the false assumption that the Smurfs have forgotten about her birthday, Vexy is easily able to convince Smurfette that she belongs with her "real" father, and transports her to Gargamel through a magical portal. Once again, Papa Smurf and a motley crew of helpers create their own portal to find and rescue Smurfette, and yet again they land in the home of their human buddies Patrick (Neil Patrick Harris) and Grace Winslow (Jayma Mayes). The Winslow family now includes their son, Blue (Jacob Tremblay), and Patrick's kindhearted, yet estranged stepfather Victor (Brendan Gleeson). The Smurfs 2 benefits from the presence of a child actor, who, unlike adults, does not require a lengthy period of denial before accepting the impossible. The second film also holds several other advantages over its predecessor. While there is no shortage of humor based on the Smurfs' lack of knowledge concerning the inventions and landmarks of man, the environment is now less alien to the Smurfs, and thus more bearable for a viewer with a lower tolerance for slapstick sight gags. More importantly, gone is the glitz and glamour of the New York business scene. In its place, the Parisian landscape provides a better backdrop for the primary characters to discover healthier perspectives regarding matters of the heart. Smurfette comes to realize that a biological father with questionable morals does not mean she herself is incapable of possessing a moral code and the capacity to love. Similarly, Patrick is able to let go of the resentment he has for Victor and see him as a loving father figure and very real member of the family. There are, of course, pitfalls. The values of love, friendship, and family, while all good things, are delivered with the subtlety of an exploding anvil factory. Suspense, emotional resonance, and nuance are nowhere to be found. The word "smurf" is used as a noun, verb, adjective, and everything in between. Harris, at times, looks like he would rather be anywhere else, and his delivery does little to diminish the impression. However, The Smurfs 2 is, if nothing else, a gentle, kind, and humorous film. It's not a masterpiece, but it isn't supposed to be. It is, however, a perfectly pleasant film for young children. A smurfing success, if you will.

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Release Date:
Original Release:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
[Wide Screen]
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
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Special Features

Daddy's little girl: the journey of Smurfette; Animating Azrael; Deleted scenes

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Hank Azaria Gargamel
Neil Patrick Harris Patrick
Brendan Gleeson Victor
Jayma Mays Grace
Katy Perry Smurfette
Jonathan Winters Papa Smurf
Christina Ricci Vexy
J.B. Smoove Hackus
George Lopez Grouchy Smurf
Anton Yelchin Clumsy Smurf
John Oliver Vanity Smurf
Jacob Tremblay Blue
Karim Babin Room Service Waiter
Gaston Morrisson New York Taxi Driver
Jocelyn Blanchard Toad Man
Erika Rosenblum Pregnant Mom
Carolina Bartczak Peanut Mom
James A. Woods Peanut Father
Henri Pardo Father-To-Be
Vanessa Matsui Mother With Camera
Dusan Dukic Curious Dad
Ruth Chiang Single Mom
Andy Quesnel Woman in a Box
Mylene Dinh-Robic Hotel Assistant Manager
Martin-Guy Bélanger Hotel Sous-Chef
Robert Reynaert Candy Man
Patrick Sabongui Candy Man
Martin St-Antoine Tourist with Coffee Cup
Patrick Baby Palais Garnier Security Guard
Joshua Spreekmeester Peanut Kid
Bruno Paviot Hotel Desk Manager
Sylvain Quimene Cat Man in Audience
Gaelle Herisson Pietri Pregnant Model
Janicke Askevold Pregnant Model
Beatrice Rosen Pregnant Model
Mathilde Snodgrass Pregnant Model
Frank Welker Voice of Azrael
Tom Kane Narrator Smurf
Fred Armisen Brainy Smurf
Jeff Foxworthy Handy Smurf
Alan Cumming Gusty Smurf
Gary Basaraba Hefty Smurf
Adam Wylie Panicky Smurf
Joel McCrary Farmer Smurf
Kenan Thompson Greedy Smurf
Kevin Lee Party Planner Smurf
Paul Reubens Jokey Smurf
Shaquille O'Neal Smooth Smurf
B.J. Novak Baker Smurf
Jimmy Kimmel Passive-Aggressive Smurf
Shaun White Clueless Smurf
Mario Lopez Social Smurf
John Kassir Crazy Smurf
Sean Kenin Smurf Voice #1
Patricia Summersett Smurf Voice #2

Technical Credits
Raja Gosnell Director
Benita Allen Asst. Director,Co-producer
Frédéric Amblard Set Decoration/Design
Raphaël Benoliel Co-producer
Bill Boes Production Designer
Ryal Cosgrove Special Effects Supervisor
Hendrik Coysman Co-producer
Veronique Culliford Co-producer
François Daignault Camera Operator
Will E. Files Sound/Sound Designer
Clarence Ford Choreography
David Gaucher Art Director
Vincent Gingras-Liberali Art Director
Robert Guertin Camera Operator
Ben Haber Executive Producer
Illusion Industries Inc. Makeup Special Effects
Sony Pictures Imageworks Animator
Jordan Kerner Producer
Karey Kirkpatrick Screenwriter
Brent Lambert Set Decoration/Design
Celine Lampron Set Decoration/Design
Alphonso Maiorana Camera Operator
Véronique Marchessault Casting
Kyrsten Mate Sound/Sound Designer
Phil Meheux Cinematographer
Paul Neesan Executive Producer
Maricel Pagulayan Associate Producer
Heitor Pereira Score Composer
Guy Pigeon Set Decoration/Design
Sabrina Plisco Associate Producer,Editor
David Ronn Original Story,Screenwriter
Patrick Rousseau Sound Mixer
David Rubin Casting
Rita Ryack Costumes/Costume Designer
Jay Scherick Original Story,Screenwriter
Robert L. Sephton Musical Direction/Supervision,Sound/Sound Designer
J. David Stem Original Story,Screenwriter
Ezra Swerdlow Executive Producer
Alex Touikan Set Decoration/Design
Todd Tucker Makeup Special Effects
David Weiss Original Story,Screenwriter

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Th Smurfs 2
1. Chapter 1 [:02]
2. Chapter 2 [1:53]
3. Chapter 3 [1:53]
4. Chapter 4 [1:53]
5. Chapter 5 [3:04]
6. Chapter 6 [:40]
7. Chapter 7 [:41]
8. Chapter 8 [:41]
9. Chapter 9 [:41]
10. Chapter 10 [4:51]
11. Chapter 11 [6:59]
12. Chapter 12 [5:05]
13. Chapter 13 [4:35]
14. Chapter 14 [6:30]
15. Chapter 15 [6:43]
16. Chapter 16 [5:00]
17. Chapter 17 [4:48]
18. Chapter 18 [5:48]
19. Chapter 19 [5:45]
20. Chapter 20 [4:32]
21. Chapter 21 [3:01]
22. Chapter 22 [:04]
23. Chapter 23 [:04]
24. Chapter 24 [:04]
25. Chapter 25 [:10]
26. Chapter 26 [3:46]
27. Chapter 27 [6:55]
28. Chapter 28 [7:18]
29. Chapter 29 [7:11]
30. Chapter 30 [:19]
31. Chapter 31 [:18]
32. Chapter 32 [:18]
33. Chapter 33 [:18]
34. Chapter 34 [8:38]


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The Smurfs 2 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this movie, even more the first. It doesn't matter what the critics said, it made me happy. It was Jonathan Winter's last role, and I'll really miss him. This really shows it doesn't matter who created you, all that matters are those who really do love you. Patrick took a really long time to figure that out. I was a little disappointed that Vanity Smurf had a big part, for he's one of the most boring Smurfs. I'm hoping Handy or Hefty will have a bigger part in the next movie. But the Smurfs were still wonderful as always, especially Papa and Smurfette. Sure Smurfette is almost led astray, but we will do at one point in our lives.