Smurfs: The Lost Village

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Smurfs: The Lost Village is a 2017 American 3D computer-animated adventure fantasy comedy film produced by Sony Pictures Animation and animated by Sony Pictures Imageworks. It is based on The Smurfs comic book series created by the Belgian comics artist Peyo and is a reboot film, unrelated to Sony's previous films live-action/animated films. Written by Stacey Harman and Pamela Ribon, it was directed by Kelly Asbury.


  • It's gonna rain! Which also helps the plants grow! But then again, it's gonna be cloudy! But then again, there might be a rainbow! But rainbows are dumb! Just kidding, I love rainbows!
  • No. I'm not. But nor are you! Just kidding! That's a lie.

Papa Smurf[edit]

  • [first lines of the film; narrating] This story begins in a secret place hidden place hidden deep in a forest.
  • [narrating] And then, there's me, Papa Smurf. I sort of run this place, but this isn't a story about me or Clumsy, or any of them.
  • [searching for the Smurfs] HEFTY?! [finds a trophy] Brainy! [gasps, finding a globe] CLUMSY?! [finding apples, noticing 4 Smurfs are gone] Oh, that's not even convincing.

Clumsy Smurf[edit]

  • I'm really freaking OUT, YOU GUYS!!!!
  • I just ate all my rations!!!
  • Why are our legs so small?

Brainy Smurf[edit]

  • Whatever you do, don't eat all your rations!
  • Why are the bugs so big?
  • This machine wasn't built for a smurf sir your origin.
  • One small step, for 4 smurfs

Hefty Smurf[edit]

  • We are a Team Smurf and we stick together.
  • Why are my muscles so big?
  • That's what I call talking out of your butt!
  • It's like a workout for my eyeballs.

Smurf Willow[edit]

  • I'm Smurf Willow, leader of the smurfs.
  • Don't be weird.


Smurf Storm: Don't try any funny stuff, bug!
Smurf Lily: I'm Smurf Lily.
Smurf Blossom: [deep voice] Look at me, I'm a boy Smurf! [laughs]


Papa Smurf: [whistles] I've told you time and again, the Forbidden Forest is forbidden. And now you're talking about maps and mystery Smurfs and Gargamel's lair. None of this makes any sense, and I really don't understand why you can't follow simple rules. You snuck out and it put you all in danger. Seems to me that the only way I can keep you safe is if... [sniffs] ...You're grounded!
Smurfs: [all exclaiming] Grounded? But, Papa, come in! No way!
Papa Smurf: No "buts"! None of you are to take one step out of your mushrooms without telling me where you’re going. Do you understand that?

Brainy Smurf: We don't know how long we could be down here, so whatever you do, don't eat all your rations.
Clumsy Smurf: I just ate all my rations!
Hefty Smurf: Clumsy! Why would you...
Clumsy Smurf: I'm stress eating!
Smurfette: I'm coming, Clumsy! Follow the sound of my voice!

Smurf Willow: I'm the leader of the Smurfs!
Papa Smurf: I'm afraid that's quite impossible, because I happened to be the leader of the smurfs.
Smurf Willow: Whatever you say, Papa thing.

Smurf Willow: [After Papa Smurf enters Smurfy Grove] Surrender, wizard!
Papa Smurf: What? Wizard?
Smurf Melody: This is impossible.
Smurf Storm: He doesn't seem so tough.
Smurf Blossom: Yeah, Gargamel! That's what you get when you attack Smurfy Grove!
Papa Smurf: Gargamel? What are you talking about?
Smurfette: No, no, no, wait. This is a mistake.
Papa Smurf: Smurfette?
Smurfette: That's Papa!
Smurf Willow: Papa?
Smurf Blossom: Papa? There's another funny word. Papa! Papa! Papa!
Smurf Willow: Smurf Blossom, no. Breathe deep and step away from the Papa thing.
Smurfette: Everyone, meet Papa Smurf.

Smurfette: They're Smurfs, just like us. Except, well, they're boy Smurfs.
Smurf Blossom: "Boy". That's a funny word. Boy! Boy! Boy! Boy! [deep voice] Look at me! I'm a boy Smurf! [laughing]

Clumsy Smurf: Hey! What are you doing here?
Gargamel: Well, I was thinking of getting a little place out here. Just a quiet place in the forest. It's a little breezy up on the hill. (It's a lovely place, really.) WHAT DO YOU THINK I'M DOING HERE?

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