Sunday, July 31, 2011

The Smurfs: A Magical Smurf Adventure on DVD Review

I have loved the Smurfs since I was a kid. The cute song, the quaint little village they live in and of course the individual characters that make up the Smurf family. Some of my favorites are Brainy Smurf, Smurfette and Lazy Smurf. I still to this day quote "I Hate......." in my best Smurf voice if we have to do something no fun or boring. My husband cracks up since he was a Smurf fan too. I try not to say it around my son since the last word I want him to learn is hate. But in Smurf fun its a cute inside joke to my hubby and I. 

With the new Smurf movie coming out there has been a lot of buzz around the cute little blue creatures. I was excited to see the old cartoon come to DVD just in time to remind myself about the old version before seeing the new movie and sharing a classic cartoon with my son. 

He loved the opening song like I used to. We held hands and danced around, it was super cute. We found him a Smurf stuffed toy at Toys R Us on clearance for mess than $5 and when you push his hand it plays the theme song! How cool is that. He grabbed his stuffed Smurf and we sat down to watch the cartoon. He watched for a bit and pointed out that Azrael was a kitty cat. Then he fell asleep on the couch and I continued to reminisce of a time when I was a kid watching the Smurfs! One of my favorite episodes was on this DVD.
"Smurf Me No Flowers"
Lazy is led to believe that he has only a few days left to live, encouraging him to do some physical feats he hasn't thought of doing before.

Taking a nap with his Smurf

The Smurfs A Magical Smurf Adventure 2 Disc DVD is available now from the

Get your Smurf on with this 2-disc set of 10 Smurftacular Episodes! In a hidden village dwells a clan of magical creatures, living in mushroom houses and taking showers with dewdrops. They’re those international celebrities known far and wide as the Smurfs -- and they’re back on DVD. This itty-bitty powder-blue crew, including Brainy, Lazy, Vanity and Smurfette, is led by the wise, gentle and 542-year-old Papa Smurf. Gargamel, the local evil wizard, is forever scheming against the tiny team but our little friends outsmurf him every time! The Smurfs may only be three apples high, but they left miles of smiles on the faces of Saturday morning cartoon fans from 1981 to 1989!  Smurf it up again with this colorful collection of superior Smurftainment!

*I was not paid or compensated for this post. The opinions in this post are 100% mine and may vary from other opinions. I was provided for free a copy of the Smurf DVD  for my review.

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