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“Vile blue rats,” the evil-ish wizard Gargamel calls the Smurfs midway through this animated kids’ movie. That’s very harsh. The latest adventure featuring the mini cobalt-coloured creatures should prove perfectly palatable fare for younger audiences over the Easter Holidays. It’s the story of a “Smurfette” (that’s to say, a female Smurf) who, together with Brainy, Clumsy and Hefty, ventures deep into the forbidden forest on a mission to save another tribe of Smurfs (this one female) from Gargamel. (He is planning to “drain them” of their magic.) During their fantastic journey, they encounter glow bunnies and survive treacherous rapids. They also learn the usual heartwarming lessons about respect, tolerance and love. The trick for the filmmakers is to put the Smurfs in enough danger to make the story exciting without terrifying the pre-school viewers.