Reviews and Problems with The Adventures Of TinTin: Secret Of The Unicorn
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One for the eye candy alone.
1 February 2014
Summary: The film looks beautiful (if a bit odd due to the semi-realistic style of the humans) and moves at quite a rate but I found its lack of build-up ultimately unengaging. It's just one (albeit spectacular) animated sequence after another with no space for characters in the middle of it. And the tools the CGI guys have to use now are so sophisticated that I found all the action to be overwhelmingly contrived and choreographed that they left me totally cold. A pity.
Summary: VEry well made, I never was a Tintin fan even if I read all their albums in French when I was younger but this gfilm is well made, it didn't mae me laugh or anthing the action bits are amazing and the attention to details are second to none.
Summary: The story was more in the style of an old weekly adventure series like 'Dick Barton Special Agent'. There are some jokes/inuendoes that only an adult will understand, the quality of the CGI was excellent. If they had made it for a slightly older audience say 12 or possibly a 15 the film could have reached its full potential as it is the film feels lacking. I still liked the film but they missed an opertunity to do something special.
Great film......brought back childhood memories...!!
4 January 2013
Summary: I liked this far more than I thought I would. The actual animation is amazing.......and I loved the 'true-to-original' characters...........especially the twin detectives. Good innocent fun.....
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. Because of the Spielberg, Jackson connection and I got a good deal price wise I took the plunge. It was mildly entertaining, I didn't like it as much as I hoped but was afraid I might hate it also so in the end better than average.