Asterix in Britain

Asterix in Britain

One little ancient British village still holds out against the Roman invaders. Asterix and Obelix are invited to help. They must face fog, rain, warm beer and boiled boar with mint sauce, but they soon have Governor Encyclopaedius Britannicus's Romans declining and falling. Until a wild race for a barrel of magic potion lands them in the drink.

The diminutive Asterix and his rather larger companion Obelix, warriors of the last village in Gaul still free after the Roman invasion, set out on a mission to deliver a barrel of their ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Csh T (fr) wrote: Easily the best of the three: the anti-hero (aamir khan) is charismatic, the stunts and action sequences are engaging and exciting, and who doesn't love magic tricks? Not to say there aren't issues, specifically almost everyone else in the film.Jai and Ali - why are they there? Abishek's face didn't change expression the entire time. Ali capered about like Aladdin's monkey. His entire purpose seemed to be to give the rousing speech that lifts Jai out of his depression and strengthens his resolve and when jai announced he was not working, I stood up and raised my hands and .... Reached for another potato chip. Whatever.Same with the blond chick - she and abishek had all the chemistry of mixing wallpaper paste.Even Aliyah was clearly nothing more than a set decoration (but still fulfilled the time admirably, in that she does a dance that is feminine, powerful, and sexy without resorting to being seedy or skanky.In short, I feel like aamir had a great story to tell but for some reason was forced to kind of tack on and ram in the Dhoom tokens wherever he could make them fit.Still, it's a great movie to watch - if you have littles, however, maybe the DVD should have a mysterious malfunction right when sahir yells his brother he is free to live his own life unless you want the kids bawling their eyes out.

Tyler E (jp) wrote: Possibly the best killer crocodile movie ever made. The monster is convincing, scary, and done with fantastic special effects. With that sad, watch it for the creature, not the characters. [B+]

Alex F (de) wrote: Buena pelcula de horror, realizada a la antigita, con ms efectos especiales prcticos que digitales, una historia sencilla, y aderezada con un poco de humor.

Stuart H (es) wrote: Loved the cartoons, great to see the same tongue in cheek comedy coming out in the movie. Soundtrack not bad also

Alex G (gb) wrote: Jackie Chan, Yuen Biao and Sammo Hung are meant to be on screen with each other. An excellent example of comedy and kung-fu together.

Jesse L (au) wrote: (DVD) (First Viewing, 20th Godard film) It?s interesting to note that [b]Prnom Carmen[/b] takes Godard back to the (now famous) phrase that [b]A bout de souffle (Breathless)[/b], his groundbreaking feature debut, was based on: ?all it takes [to make a film is] a guy, a girl, and a gun.? There are striking similarities between the two films- run-ins with the law, shoot-outs, a guy obsessed with a beautiful girl, and a girl who refuses to sleep with the desperate guy. But with 23 years between them, both films demonstrate remarkably different approaches in both narrative and filming techniques. It is loosely adapted from Mrime?s short story and the subsequent adaptations of that story (particularly Preminger?s delightful [b]Carmen Jones[/b]), combines it with Beethoven?s string quartets, and pairs it with Godard?s and Raoul Coutard?s typically bizarre visual and aural design- the result is a strangely beautiful reflection on obsession and destructive love. Could be another masterpiece, certainly one of Godard?s best from the 80?s.

Wu C (ru) wrote: Interesting and depressing look into a prison for the mentally insane in the 60s. Hard to watch at times, but pretty intriguing stuff.

Licinia C (us) wrote: I could say terrible acting, terrible script, terrible directing, but it's much easier to say EVERHING IS TERRIBLE.