Ben Stiller’s new flick Smurfs: The Lost Village hits theaters today evening time and it’s not bamboozling surveys in this way. Our inhabitant Film Critic Ben Lyons checked in today to tell us what he thought about the motion picture, take a listen beneath.. Smurfs: The Lost Village opens with a pursuit arrangement. On the keep running from covered shooters, the objective Justin Bieber gets cornered and in the long run shot down in an unnecessary piece of self-suffering. Yet, before Biebs takes his last breath, he whips out his telephone, takes one last selfie, and sends it out to his a huge number of Instagram devotees.
It’s the first of numerous open doors Smurfs: The Lost Village finds to tease youth society and innovation. In any case, not at all like the first, which was a really clever parody of the grandiose design industry around 2001, the spin-off is bafflingly unsavvy with its jokes about contraptions, online networking, and even selfie sticks.