#1 By: Rob Beschizza, July 23rd, 2013 15:07
#2 By: Geth, July 23rd, 2013 15:38
It looks kind of terrible. But if they're happy, good for them.
#3 By: Stephen Schenck, July 23rd, 2013 15:38
The 2011 film was not the "cinematic debut" of The Smurfs.
The Smurfs and the Magic Flute (French: La Flûte à six schtroumpfs, lit. The Flute of Six Smurfs) is a 1976 Belgian animated film starring the Smurfs, directed by their creator, Peyo. Though the film premiered in 1976 in Belgium, and 1979 in the United Kingdom, an English language version was not released in the United States until 1983, in the wake of the characters' newfound popularity. Although the Smurfs play a major part in the film, they do not appear until 35 minutes into the film. The fil...
#4 By: Brian Easton, July 23rd, 2013 15:56
This is probably the best thing that has come out of the live action Smurfs movies.
#5 By: retchdog, July 23rd, 2013 17:46
Schtroumpfs sounds so much cooler. Schtroumpfs!
#6 By: Boundegar, July 23rd, 2013 18:38
This would be awesome if it had been used as an actual movie set. But it's just a publicity stunt? I'm amazed it worked. "Come see the village that is blue because Smurfs!" Or Schtroumpfs, whatever. Couldn't they at least have a statue of Asterix?
#7 By: Coyote, July 25th, 2013 17:10
#8 By: Thomas_Equality_Leavitt, July 25th, 2013 22:57
Considering the state of the Spanish economy, they'd be crazy to do anything else. Do they walk around in Smurf suits, too?
BTW, the damn Smurfberry Crunch commercial is stuck in my head forever.
#9 By: Jeff Atwood, July 25th, 2013 23:21
"Smurf-berry crunch is.. FUN to eat!" That one?
#10 By: Randy Walters, July 27th, 2013 08:36
I imagine residents and visitors will be experiencing a lot of orange-tinted afterimages.
It could be a distressing place for a color grading professional to live. They'd need to spend a lot of time in the Grey Room.
#11 By: Rob Beschizza, July 28th, 2013 15:07
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