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Warning: Display title "<i>The Smurfs</i> (film)" overrides earlier display title "<i>The Smurfs</i>". The Smurfs is a 2011 live-action/animated film by Sony Pictures Animation; the first from the company. It was released on July 29, 2011.


In the beginning of the film, as Farmer Smurf races Greedy Smurf to the Smurf Village carrying sacks of Smurfberries, Narrator Smurf tells the audience about the Blue Moon Festival, where every Smurf prepares to sing the Smurf song in a dance choreographed by Vanity Smurf.

However, of all the Smurfs who are permitted to join in the dance, Brainy, Grouchy Smurf, and Gutsy Smurf prevent Clumsy Smurf from joining in because he's too accident-prone. This, however, doesn't stop the Smurfs already in the dance from being toppled over when Gutsy and Grouchy give Brainy a flying boot. Meanwhile, Papa Smurf is in his laboratory seeing a vision, showing Clumsy with a dragon wand, the Smurfs in cages, and Gargamel having ultimate power. Clumsy, who just happens to enter Papa Smurf's laboratory during the vision, sees that the village leader is out of Smurfroot and offers to go get some. Papa Smurf warns Clumsy not to go into the forest, fearing what he had seen in the vision.

However, as Clumsy traipses off into the forest to collect the Smurfroot, he accidentally lures Gargamel and Azrael through a barrier that renders the Smurf Village cloaked from outside. As the Smurfs flee from Gargamel, some of them go off in a direction that warns them not to go that way.

It leads to the Forbidden Falls where a magic portal opens up during the blue moon and sucks them up, transporting them years into the future, where they emerge to discover that they are now in modern-day New York City. Gargamel and Azrael end up following the Smurfs through the same portal and also arrive at the same destination, only to lose the Smurfs.

The time-lost Smurfs take shelter with a young married couple, who are expecting a baby. Patrick works as an advertiser for Anjelou, a cosmetics company, and must come up with a suitable advertising campaign for his client in two days. While the Smurfs offer more of a nuisance than a help with Patrick's advertising project, Patrick does help them come up with a way that they can predict the rise of another blue moon so they can return back to their original time period.

The blue moon inspires Patrick to come up with an advertising campaign that he thought would be suitable for his client's product, and even though he second-guesses himself and creates a different advertisement to send in its place, the original idea accidentally gets emailed and promoted all over the city, causing his employer to warn him to fix the problem or he will be fired.

Meanwhile, Gargamel hides out in the abandoned Belvedere Castle in Central Park, using its equipment to make a magic formula from a lock of Smurfette's hair so he could track down the Smurfs and capture them. This leads to an encounter with them inside FAO Schwarz and later inside Mr. Wong's Mystical Emporium where he gets his hands on the dragon wand seen in Papa Smurf's vision.

In the emporium and also through the Internet, the Smurfs discover that their legend has been passed on into the modern age through a cartoon artist named Peyo. However, Papa Smurf does get captured by Gargamel and is held prisoner inside the wizard's hideout, where he uses the dragon wand to refashion the Smurf essence extractor machine in the hopes of using it to extract the essence of every Smurf.

With the help of Patrick and Grace, the Smurfs succeed in opening the portal back to their own time, through which Brainy gets the rest of the Smurfs in the village. Every single Smurf is lined up on the edge of the balcony, as Gargamel was temporarily distracted by two helpless Smurfs that were standing on the roof.

Gargamel believes that he can capture them all and get more power than he could ever dream of. Luckily, his Smurf essence extractor machine is doing nothing, as Smurfette confronted Azrael while freeing Papa Smurf from the container that imprisoned him. Gargamel's wand is then stolen by Gutsy Smurf, who foolishly drops it toward the ground.

Luckily, Clumsy and feathers fly above at Belvedere castle he jumps so high and catch the wand. He grows bigger and Super Clumsy prepare to faces Gargamel while Gargamel is hit by a bus, later shown on the streets, blasting magic at the viewer while he cries about his defeat the Smurfs are cheerful for Clumsy that he has saved them and Smurfette and Clumsy share a hug and she kisses his cheek. And Papa destroys the wand and tells Clumsy he is very proud of him.

After the Smurfs make their heartfelt goodbyes to their human friends, Patrick gets a call from his boss, thanking him for the advertising campaign which the Smurfs had incidentally restored her faith in.

By the end-credits, Grace gives birth to a healthy baby.


The Humans:

  • Neil Patrick Harris as Patrick Winslow
  • Jayma Mays as Grace Winslow
  • Sofía Vergara as Odile Anjelou
  • Hank Azaria as Gargamel
  • Tim Gunn as Henri
  • Madison McKinley as Model
  • Joan Rivers as Party Guest
  • Liz Smith as Party Guest

The Smurfs:

  • Anton Yelchin as Clumsy Smurf
  • Katy Perry as Smurfette
  • Jonathan Winters as Papa Smurf
  • Alan Cumming as Gutsy Smurf
  • Paul Reubens as Jokey Smurf
  • B.J. Novak as Baker Smurf
  • George Lopez as Grouchy Smurf
  • Fred Armisen as Brainy Smurf
  • Kenan Thompson as Greedy Smurf
  • John Oliver as Vanity Smurf
  • Jeff Foxworthy as Handy Smurf
  • Gary Basaraba as Hefty Smurf
  • Wolfgang Puck as Chef Smurf
  • John Kassir as Crazy Smurf
  • Joel McCrary as Farmer Smurf
  • Tom Kane as Narrator Smurf