Asterix at the Olympic Games

Asterix at the Olympic Games
Asterix at the Olympic Games

Year

2008

Duration

112 minutes

Genres

Family

Language

French / Portuguese

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Synopsis

Tough little Asterix and his big dopey mate Obelix are on their way to Greece to take part in the ancient games for this highly enjoyable film. Real actors play the characters created for the great series of cartoon books, and do a good job of bringing them to life on screen. The plot has Roman general Julius Caesar having trouble with his son at the Olympics, while Asterix gets banned for trying to compete having used magic potion!

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Contains mild comic violence, language and sex reference

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