Spirou & Fantasio's Big Adventures (2018)

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Spirou and Fantasio have to team up when Count Pacôme de Champignac is kidnapped by the men of Zorglub.




  • Alex Lutz and Thomas Solivérès in Spirou & Fantasio's Big Adventures (2018)
  • Spirou & Fantasio's Big Adventures (2018)
  • Spirou & Fantasio's Big Adventures (2018)
  • Vincent Desagnat and Charlotte Gabris in Spirou & Fantasio's Big Adventures (2018)
  • Géraldine Nakache in Spirou & Fantasio's Big Adventures (2018)
  • Alex Lutz and Thomas Solivérès in Spirou & Fantasio's Big Adventures (2018)

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2 May 2020 | IndustriousAngel
| Entertaining mess
I really don't know if I can recommed this to people who liked the comics; it's different in tone and characters. Spirou was always a fun adventure comic targeted at children or young teenagers; this movie will pobably not appeal to them - many of the gags are simply not for kids (they're not "adult", it's just things they won't laugh about). Making Spirou a thief was a strange choice, as was the inclusion of Zorglup as villain - some of the best storylines in the comics had no real villain at all, and the ones including Z were not among the best. Fantasio was a bit lame (but that was often his role in the comics, so ok) and Clavier as Champignac nearly forgettable. (I would have preferred Pierre Richard in that role ...)

The optics are ok, comic-y and simple, and the pace is quick - while I was pretty disappointed with the script (given the nice hoard of stories they could have plundered), the movie never became outright boring. It's just not as good as it should have been.

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Release Date:

21 February 2018



Country of Origin

France, Belgium

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