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redhatmeg · 3 days ago
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Olaf for the first 53 minutes of the movie: An idiot following his father’s order and not really all that interested in getting married to Abba.
Olaf for the rest of the movie: An unstoppable, creepy killing machine.
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colossalstinker · a year ago
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Somebody should draw Justforkix and Abba here, don't wanna do it myself cuz I don't like the guy
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hello-robin-goodfellow · a year ago
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Asterix and the Vikings (released in French as Astérix et les Vikings) is a 2006 French-Danish animated adventure film, written by Stefan Fjeldmark in collaboration with Jean-Luc Gossens, and co–directed by Stefan Fjeldmark and Jesper Møller. A loose adaptation of the story of the comic album Asterix and the Normans, written by René Goscinny and illustrated by Albert Uderzo, the plot follows Asterix and Obelix trying to train the nephew of their village's chief, only to find themselves rescuing him from a tribe of vikings who believe him to be a Champion of Fear.
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sandwichknight · 2 years ago
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OUT OF YOUR GREMLINS WHICH ONE ARE YOU?
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hijedelbosque · 2 years ago
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Astérix and Obélix in Astérix et les Vikings
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lladyariall · 2 years ago
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miscellaneous-smurfing · a year ago
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IT’S NOT A STONE IT’S A MENHIR
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animatejournal · 10 months ago
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Asterix and the Vikings Directors: Stefan Fjeldmark & Jesper Møller | Studio: A. Film A/S France/Denmark, 2006 | (English Dub)
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applicationlassko · 6 months ago
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Asterix And The Vikings Kiss
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About Last Night (1986)/Credits. A Winnie the Pooh Thanksgiving/Credits. A Wind at My Back Christmas/Credits. A Very Brady Sequel/Credits. Astérix & Obélix: Die Suche nach dem Schwarzen GoldA Troll in Central Park/Credits.
The Forces of Evil)Astérix & Obélix XXL / Astérix & Obélix Kick ButtixThe animation is decent quality (2010 era), combining hand-drawn cell techniques with some 3-d CGI looking segments, but these are blended in wonderfully. When the Vikings kidnap Justforkix, the timid but very trendy son of one of Chief Vitalstatistix' closest and most powerful friends, believing he has the key to the secret of the magic potion, Asterix and Obelix are sent on one of their most dangerous missions.Old Jafar - Cryptograf (Asterix and the Vikings) Elephant Abu - Tantor (Tarzan) (I Sharing him with Coolzdanethe5th) Snake Jafar - Viper (The Secret Life of Pets) Genie Jafar - Pitch Black (Rise of the Guardians) Other Cast: Woman at the Window - Queen Moon Butterfly (Star vs. Addams Family Values/Credits.Ren Goscinny, Albert Uderzo (illustrator) 4.12. Addams Family Reunion/Credits.
With games like Super Mario Bros. Kiss Kiss Bang BangAs the '90s approached, Nintendo had taken over the video game world with Sega being in close second. Probably tell by the title of this post, the HD DVD release of Asterix and the Vikings isnt perfect. The 'Vikings' movie is much, much better than the (much older) Asterix and Cleopatra movie.Astérix & Obélix XXL 2: Mission: Las Vegum / Ouifix.
In order to progress to one area you must find a specific item, which leads to backtracking through the woods and village. The premise is the same - you walk around to collect ingredients to a potion. Coktel Vision would completely ignore this platformer movement and instead go back in time, back to their very first Astérix game released on the Thomson MO5.Astérix: Le coup du menhir is more or less a updated version of Astérix et la Potion Magique.
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It seems that it takes Astérix well over a second to respond to your input and when he finally does, the animation rolls by so fast that you're most likely to miss it and figure it just didn't register. This leads to a great disconnect between Astérix and the other villagers, and the race is on to cure Panoramix before the Romans catch wind of the current situation and attack.This game suffers from some very delayed and stubborn controls which turns nearly all actions in the game into a mess. Astérix does not trust Prolix and decides along with Obélix to try to help Panoramix return to his old self. Without Panoramix the village seems doomed and they put their faith on a traveler who recently came to town named Prolix.
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Speaking of the title screen, I don't even want to figure out what is going on there.The game was released on many platforms with all versions being identical apart from a few having blue borders around the screen.In 1990 Astérix was finally out of the stranglehold of Coktel Vision's mediocre attempts, which time and time again felt stiff and unappealing. There's little music to be found outside of a very strange crazy opening melody during the title screen, which is a shame because the movie had some fantastic music by Michel Colombier. All their games felt very outdated and were plagued with very basic game design flaws, and this game perfectly collects all these "traits". This would be Coktel Vision's last Astérix game before the license would be handed over to other companies, and it's a fitting end to their circle.
This combination would turn to be a match made in heaven.Astérix is a scrolling beat-em-up which takes the duo of Astérix and Obélix through all their most famous adventures. While the most famous of these titles would in the end be Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and The Simpsons, Konami would also manage to sign Astérix. CAPCOM had managed to snag the most valuable property of all, Disney, which led Konami to go on a hunt for other popular shows at the time to tie their name to. For the most part these games were quick cash-ins which would sometimes have little to no clear similarity to the licenses it was based on, but Japanese developers such as CAPCOM, Konami and Sunsoft had acquired hot properties and put great efforts into the games they developed for them. Franchises like Star Wars had for years proven that kids would pretty much die for anything with the likeness of their favorite characters or logos on it, and video games were no exception. Luckily for Astérix, his new home would be one that knew exactly what to do with him.During the late '80s to the early '90s, licensed properties had become a hot commodity.
The graphics are probably the most colorful out of all the beat-em-ups that Konami would release and the art style is near identical to the artwork of Albert Uderzo, doing a better job at representing the product's look than the already stellar Ninja Turtles titles out. Konami didn't just throw this game quickly together, they really did their homework and the end result is that every character is represented authentically and never having a single questionable moment in the eyes of the fans. The main draw of each comic and each movie was Astérix going on long journeys to beat up the bad guys, and all the humorous fights that would take place before reaching the main baddy. The style of game is a perfect fit for Astérix.
What really sets this game apart from the other similar games at the time are the level designs. Astérix and Obélix have a plethora of moves at their disposal between them which is shown during the attract mode along with the controls, with one of the grabs being the iconic face slapping seen in Astérix et Cléopâtre (Asterix and Cleopatra)The levels are each based on different books in the Astérix series and contain signature places or objects from them, like the pyramids of Egypt, the flying carpet in India and the Circus in Rome. The main generic bad guys are the stock Roman soldiers and fat centurions, but as you progress onto the other levels you'll also find yourself fighting pirates, thieves and Indian guards. After beating them, you can even collect their helmets for extra points.
In between some levels, you get bonus levels in the form of a chariot race (taken from a scene in Astérix et la surprise de César) or Barrel Break (takes place on the pirate ship which is a reference to the many times Astérix and Obélix destroy the pirate ship during their adventures).With the brilliant approach of basing each level on an individual book, you have the perfect setup to have the appropriate stage boss that fits with the book. Each stage has a nifty introduction which shows the original cover, along with a comic book style panel with our heroes entering the battle. You even fly on the magic carpet over India just like in the book. Jumping up the mountains of Spain or the booby traps in the pyramids really offers some good variety to keep things from getting stale.
It even gives a fresh take on the genre itself in addition to the license. Once the good fight is won, César congratulates you and the Gauls return home to the village feast with Assurancetourix being tied up near the tree.It really couldn't have been better than this- a superb developer with a deeply inspired take on a fan favorite franchise. So to make for a big epic final fight, you are put into the middle of the circus fighting tigers, gladiators and even the gladiator trainer himself, Briseradius. Throughout the entire series, César is shown as an aggressive but fair leader who has respect for the Gaul's courage to fight back, and will almost always follow up on his promises to correct things should Astérix be victorious in whatever challenge. While many would think towards the final boss being César himself, it's actually very rare for Astérix and César to directly fight each other. In Gaul you'll find the square formation Roman army, in Egypt the evil Amonbofis along with the hypnotist from Les Douze Travaux D'Astérix and in India you'll fight Kiwoàlàh on his magic carpet.
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bishopinblue · 5 years ago
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I watched another. Very nice animation and SO MANY GOOD IN BETWEENS! Still like this short man.
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redhatmeg · 3 days ago
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I think there is a joke hidden somewhere in this movie, in regards to Vikea’s story of being forced into marriage by Abba’s father; and her reminescenting with sentiment about her wedding day, when she sees Abba resisting putting on wedding ring on her finger.
Mainly - Vikings were ancestors of (among other nations) Swedes. And of what syndrome Sweden is well-known for? A syndrome that mostly happens to people held hostage or kidnapped?
I mean, this story is already full of dark humor. We may as well add this to the mix.
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colossalstinker · 3 years ago
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kingsnorthlobotomy · 5 years ago
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FIVE WORD REVIEW: Asterix and the Vikings
The best Asterix in English 
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rafaelmox · a year ago
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Asterix!  Watercolor on paper
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i-have-m3m3s · 2 years ago
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Me:mom can we get thor?
Mom:No,we have thor at home
Thor at home:
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lladyariall · 2 years ago
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Before Asterix sees Obelix:
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After he sees him:
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maeamian · a year ago
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It’s because the capacity to land on the moon covers every other capacity on that list and every other capacity on that list does not give Russia a single moon landing, there’s a much more nuanced history of the space race to be had but “Russia was the best” is just as bad a take as “USA was the best”
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x-lilou-chan-x · 3 years ago
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MIRACULOUS AUs I drew last 🌙 on my livestream 😍 still thinking of more to do, any more ideas ? 😄 Disney, Dreamworks, 20th Cent. Fox, Ghibli, etc...!
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runebennicke · 4 years ago
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Illustrations I did for the end credits of Asterix and the Vikings.
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masoratek · 4 months ago
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Asterix and the vikings.
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You probably already know what the movie's about, but just in case.
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Released April 5th, 2006, 'Asterix and the Vikings' stars Roger Carel, Lorànt Deutsch, Sara Forestier, Jacques Frantz The NR movie has a runtime of about 1 hr 18 min, and received a user score of 61 (out of 100) on TMDb, which collated reviews from 533 experienced users. Film Production, TPS Star adventure flick.
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Later, he discovers that he really can fly as he rescues Abba from another precarious spot using a hang glider improvised from a ship's mast and sail.īack in the Gaulish village, everyone gathers to celebrate the wedding of Justforkix and Abba, and the Vikings finally experience real fear when they hear a ballad sung by Cacofonix.Fancy watching ' Asterix and the Vikings' in the comfort of your own home? Tracking down a streaming service to buy, rent, download, or watch the Stefan Fjeldmark-directed movie via subscription can be challenging, so we here at Moviefone want to do the work for you. On the way to Gaul, Justforkix sneaks some magic potion from Asterix and swims back to stop the wedding and rescue Abba. The Vikings rush off to the wedding ceremony leaving the Champion of Fear dangling, and Asterix and Obelix return just in time to rescue him before the rope breaks. Cryptograf secretly rigs up a rope to Justforkix allowing him to be suspended in the foggy air, convincing the Vikings that he really can fly. After our heroes' retreat, the Vikings decide to test Justforkix's flying skills by throwing him off a cliff. He doesn't want to leave because he considers the Vikings (especially Abba) to be his friends. Asterix and Obelix arrive on Iceland shortly after the Vikings, but they can't rescue Justforkix.
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Justforkix is captured by Olaf, and Asterix and Obelix must go to retrieve him before the next full moon when his father, Doublehelix, is expected at their village. Since the chief has no son, this would put Olaf in line to be the next chief (with Cryptograf calling the shots, of course). Upon their arrival in Gaul, Cryptograf explains to his incredibly stupid son, Olaf, that he must capture the Champion of Fear, and claim the prize of anything he wants, which Cryptograf says is the chief's daughter, Abba. He runs screaming from any danger and refuses to drink potion. Abba disguises herself as a man and goes anyway.īack in Gaul, the training of Justforkix under the direction of Asterix and Obelix is proceeding, but with little, if any, success. In Norway, as the Vikings prepare to start their quest, the chief's wife, Vikea, orders her husband to get her some flat-packed easy-to-assemble furniture from his raids, while his daughter, Abba, insists on going along, but is flatly refused. Besides chasing girls, he's into hi-tech, nightlife, and dancing and he's a vegetarian, much to the dismay of Obelix, who can't get him to try wild boar. He uses his bird SMS (Shortmessageservix) to send messages to his "babes". When Justforkix arrives from Parisium, he doesn't look like warrior material. Cryptograf hatches a secret plan to seize power and tells the chief they'll find the Champion of Fear in Gaul.ĭuring a typical day in the Gaulish village, chief Vitalstatistix announces the imminent arrival of his nephew Justforkix, who is to be trained to be a man. The chief says he'll give anything to whoever can bring him this Champion of Fear. Timandahaf excitedly concludes that they must find a "Champion of Fear", who can teach them to be great cowards so they can fly, making them invincible. Cryptograf, an advisor to Viking chief Timandahaf, says that the enemies are always gone because, "Fear gives them wings". As the story begins, the Vikings are depressed because in raid after raid they find the locations devoid of people.
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