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Romans plan to take over a small village / village responds and remains. Decent family flick
Great movie, really funny and very watchable, I really liked it.
Not as genuine feeling as the old handdrawn ones.. but great that the made one again.
Excellent adaptation from probably, Asterix's best graphic novel. Finally a film does justice to the magnificent source material... a satire that is kids-friendly but is sharp as a razor.
funny movie with unique premise. But this movie just has 'good' screenplay and poor dialogue. Also this movie has weird design and weird ending. overall this movie still funny
Very excellent animation of the characters and the story is faithful to the book with a few additions and modifications. Hilarious, silly and difficult problem to solve for the village gaulois. Uderzo was in the dvd extras with much seriousity. I definitely loved this animated version of Asterix and hope to see many more.
Nice graphics. A great adaptation of the Asterix comics.
After another 8 years of no movies (no, those live-action things don't count), we have the first CGI Asterix film... and it's absolutely great. Funny as hell (as it should be), and a great satire of gentrification, capitalism and civilizing of "savages". Won't work as well if you're unfamiliar with the books or the other films at least, but for everyone that is, it's easily one of the best of the series.
Asterix and Obelix's latest entry in the feature film catalog is a glorious and often funny 3D venture into their universe. While it doesn't particularly stand out in any department, it lovingly references and recreates iconic traits and interactions from the original comics, as well as providing an interesting commentary on capitalism and conformity.
Good animation, funny film. Light hearted - but what more do you need from an Asterix movie? 9/10