Before you start asking yourself if I saw the movie, I didn't. I'm a little afraid to. Here's why...
As a child, I grew up watching this cartoon. It wasn't one of my favorites by any means, but it was on around the time all the WB cartoons were on which were my favorites. So, there I was watching these little blue creatures on the screen every Saturday morning. Looking back on it, I was always confused about something. Smurfette.
Smurfette was the ONLY female Smurf out of the ENTIRE colony of Smurfs. Ummm...something about that was always a tad disturbing to me. There were so many episodes about the many other male Smurfs wanting to hook up with Smurfette. She was dirty. Sorry if I offend anyone who either loves the Smurfs, or hates that the obvious was just shoved in their face. She'd be offered gifts and she'd accept them! Dirty little tramp. But what did they get in return, I wonder??? Oh, we find that out down the road. Where the heck did Baby Smurf come from? They never did explain that. Also, there were all these little Kid Smurfs. Who birthed them? Well, the ONLY FEMALE SMURF of course!!! Loosey Goosey.
Might I point out her 4-pack-a-day-smoker's voice? There's no way she cut out the ciggies while "with child". And then there's her dress. It was like the famous Marilyn Monroe dress. The one that, OOPS, blows up. She would walk around skanking it out for all the other Smurfs and the only one that didn't fall for her shannanagans was Papa Smurf, but that's probably because he was her dad. And if that's the case...!!! HELLO! Get with the program Papa and find some other female Smurfs and sit Smurfette down and chat with her about her behavior and disgusting smoking habits.
In her defense... IF she is the ONLY female Smurf, I suppose she has a duty to uphold to keep the Smurf race alive and therefore has to behave in such a manner to try and keep the male Smurfs interested. And in which case, with having to work that hard to keep them enticed, she probably has to smoke 4 packs a day because she hates her job and her life.
Side note about why I won't see the movie: Today's cinema wants to take classic cartoons that we used to enjoy as children and trash them up. Too much adult humor is thrown in and the cute female chimpmunks are made to wear slutty clothes. While, yes, I'm making fun of what I found to be obvious as a child, I don't want my 4 year old learning the truth about Smurfette. It's just not time.