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The animation is lacklustre, turning Goscinny's sprightly illustrations into plasticky CGI.
This one makes for some fairly delightful viewing.
Die-hard fans won't care, while new converts might wonder what the fuss is about.
The franchise switches to 3D animation for this take on one of the original books. The characters thus look more like they do on the page -- and less like a bunch of actors in It's a Knockout costumes -- yet they still aren't quite right.
Asterix: The Mansions of the Gods treads tired territory in this ninth animated film based on the French comic books.
The CG might be a little algorithmic but this new animated feature based on the much-loved Asterix adventure Mansion of the Gods is a marked improvement on the same franchise's live actioners starring Gérard Depardieu.
Despite some languid stretches, it's genial knockabout stuff for slightly older kids that, like Caesar, comes, sees and kind of conquers.
Forget Captain America: Civil War and Deadpool. This is the comic-book adaptation of the year.
Youthful newcomers and devotees alike will be chuckling early and often.
After too many live-action turkeys, it's a pleasure to have the Gauls back in 'toon form, as one of their more satirical stories is recreated with its waspishness intact.
The appealing character animation perfectly captures the distinctive look of the source material, while co-directors Louis Clichy and Alexandre Astier maintain a snappy pace throughout ...
One of the things that's nice here is that there's a lot of humour that can appeal to adults as well as kids and there's a social complexity to the situation that's quite unlike mainstream American animated films.
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