Smurfs: the Lost Village
When I got off work today, her mom dropper her off at my pharmacy. We moved her booster seat to my car. Then we drove to the Galaxy Theater in Riverbank.
Early in the movie they run through the various characters and their names/traits. When it comes to Smurfette they don’t know what she is good at or what her job is.
Beyond that, I don’t want to give too many spoilers on the movie. I know Wikipedia has a page detailing the entire plot.
I actually fell asleep. I can’t believe it. I was really enjoying the movie. I didn’t know I missed any of the movie until my granddaughter made her video review (below) of the movie. I was like, WHAT? I asked her if she saw me sleeping and she said yes. I asked her if I was snoring and she said no. Thank goodness.
On our way out to the car, we saw a table with Smurfs things on it. We purchased a Variety Heart with Smurfette. Variety helps pay for the treatment and care of special needs childrens. We also picked up this cute stationary set. It had a pencil, eraser, ruler, notebook, and stickers. The poster that my granddaughter is holding in the video is two sided. One side is the Smurfs poster, the other side is an activity sheet. The lady also gave us a coloring page. We passed on the magnets and activity kits.
As always, it was a great visit and we had a lot of fun.