Asterix: The Mansions of the Gods
Julius Caesar has come up with a new strategy to get rid of the inconvenient Gaulish people once and for all. A new Rome should be built without the Gaulish gates and force Asterix and his friends to either adapt to Roman culture or move. As usual, Caesar's plan is not really waterproof. "The filmmakers have not only managed the legacy well but also spiced the social satire, and can stimulate both adults and childish sides," writes Maria Brander in Expressen.