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The Smurfs Trailer Starring Neil Patrick Harris and Katy Perry 2011-03-11 09:45:01

The Smurfs Trailer: Ready or Not, Here They Come

The first full-length trailer for The Smurfs is reminiscent of other cartoons-gone-live-action, like Alvin and the Chipmunks — and I don't mean that in a good way. Neil Patrick Harris and Glee's Jayma Mays star as the couple who accidentally happens upon the tiny blue creatures when they escape from their village and end up in New York City.

The smurfs are voiced by Katy Perry, George Lopez, and Alan Cumming to name a few, and as expected, there's no shortage of using the word "smurf" as a substitute for just about anything near a swear (the movie's tagline is "where the smurf are we?"). I will say, though, that I got a kick out of seeing Hank Azaria all dressed up as Gargamel. Even if it's a far cry from the cartoon we grew up with, I have a feeling that kids will get a big kick out of this one when it's released in August. Watch the trailer for yourself when you


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jakeD jakeD 4 years
The Smurfs' is really something to anticipate. But the sad thing is even before the film comes out, there is a controversy that was revealed. A French educator has become something of a news item for taking the cartoon “The Smurfs” to task for unacceptable messages. He claims that the show promotes racism and fascism. Promotion of authoritarian rule and perpetuating improper stereotypes are both in the comic strip and show, according to Antoine Bueno, an educator at a prestigious Parisian school. I found this here: Professor says Smurfs cartoons have fascist and racist themes,
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