Excerpt: This was a blind buy for me that I wasn't sure if I would like it or not. Mainly because of the way the film is captured and looks. It's too animated to be live and too live looking to be called animated.
Summary: A solid animated film that plays more like National Treasure rather than Indiana Jones. Even if you're unfamiliar with the characters, it's a fun ride with some impressive CGI and inventive sequences.
Excerpt: For fans of the Herge' character Tintin, this movie is a thrill from start to finish. I grew up reading the graphic novels, and so the opening credits and the scenes inside Tintin's house in the beginning of the movie were easily recognizable. The PQ and AG are fantastic.
Excerpt: Tintin finds a clue leading him to a great adventure of solving hundred years-old mystery. *** The strength of this film, as we would all agree, were the direction and voice talents of the films, giving credits to the director Steven Spielberg and his voice actors Daniel Craig, Jamie Bell and Andy...
Excerpt: MOVIE: I can't say enough about this movie. As an adult I found it extremely entertaining and have no problem watching it again and again with the kids. This is now my Son (7) and my Daughter (5) favorite movie. VIDEO: They don't look any better than TINTIN period.
I love Spielberg and Jackson. Tintin, I like him. Blu-ray quality gold
25 June 2012
Excerpt: When you have a dream team of filmmakers like Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson, who are among my all-time favorite directors, come together to make an action/adventure like Tintin, you can’t really resist. But does this animated action extravaganza live up to the hype?
Excerpt: Synopsis: A mysterious note hidden in the mast of a model ship launches young investigative reporter Tintin and his faithful dog, Snowy, on an adventure involving a nefarious pirate and a long-lost, treasure-laden ship, the Unicorn.