‘Smurfs: The Lost Village’ on DVD, Blu-ray, and 4K

Category: Blu-ray's and DVD's

From the minute you hear that familiar theme song, you know you’re in for a fun time. Smurfs: The Lost Village won’t disappoint viewers of any age.

The story starts with Smurfette’s past. She was made of clay by Gargamel and designed for evil. Papa Smurf changed her from evil to good. She has been the only girl Smurf in the village and she now wonders if she truly belongs there.

Then, Smurfette accidentally comes in contact with another Smurf. This Smurf is a stranger. How could that be? Is there another Smurf village out there?

When Gargamel discovers that there is another village filled with Smurfs, he intends on finding it and Smurf-napping them for their magic, something he has wanted all along.

Smurfette takes off with Brainy, Hefty, and Clumsy, in search of the new village of Smurfs and warn them about Gargamel.

The new village is filled with cute characters and plenty of fun. Besides all the great Smurfy antics Smurfette and her friends experience while getting to the village, there are plenty of entertaining adventures to be had with the new Smurfs. And when Gargamel finally makes his way to the new crop of Smurfs, everyone goes up against this evil wizard.

There are a lot of emotions in this film. It will have viewers laughing out loud for many scenes and then feeling a gut-wrenching sadness. But don’t worry. It all ends on a happy note. And speaking of happy notes, the movie is filled with music for everyone to enjoy.

The film introduces an entire village of new Smurfs. Besides the Smurfs, there are plenty of other critters. Snappy Bug, a ladybug, will steal your heart, and Bucky the bunny is a delight.

There are plenty of bonus features on the Blu-ray (which also comes in the 4K combo pack). The 4K disc makes all the blues Smurfier and the colors brighter, which is important when the gang gets to the new village.

With several emotional scenes combined with loads of comic scenes, this is a movie that will definitely touch your heart in many ways. Although it’s rated PG for some mild action and rude humor, but on the whole it is fun for everyone.

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