Asterix at the Olympic Games
Astérix and Obélix have to win the Olympic Games in order to help their friend Alafolix marry Princess Irina (portrayed by supermodel Vanessa Hessler). Brutus (Benoît Poelvoorde) uses every trick in the book to have his own team win the game, and get rid of his father Julius Caesar (Alain Delon) in the process.
- Stars:Gérard Depardieu, Clovis Cornillac, Benoît Poelvoorde, Alain Delon, Vanessa Hessler, Franck Dubosc, José Garcia, Stéphane Rousseau, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Elie Semoun, Alexandre Astier, Santiago Segura, Michael Herbig, Bouli Lanners, Jérôme Le Banner,
- Country:France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Belgium
- Director:Frédéric Forestier, Thomas Langmann,
- Writer:René Goscinny (comic book), Albert Uderzo (comic book), Thomas Langmann (screenplay), Olivier Dazat (screenplay), Alexandre Charlot (screenplay), Fran
Astérix and Obélix compete at the Olympics in order to help their friend Lovesix marry Princess Irina. Brutus also tries to win the game with his own team and get rid of his father Julius Caesar. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Asterix at the Olympic Games torrent reviews
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(ru) wrote: raw and painfully honest. a movie that's gonna stuck in your head for a day or two. also the first dogma movie i've ever seen
(us) wrote: Another garbage i saw this week.
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(nl) wrote: It wasn't a bad idea but fails to deliver on early promise. Lacking in laughs and scares it ends up easy to watch but just below mediocre.