The Adventures of Tintin

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Anonymous on January 5, 2020 at 12:09 PM.

Good disc. I had a cousin that was big on the Tintin (taen-taen) comics. I only ever breezed through his collection, never really indulging in any of them (I think they were mostly written in French anyway). So, when heard that a movie was coming out I was somewhat already in the know, and when I finally saw the movie I was pretty thrilled by it.The CGI actually adds a layer of texture to the film that I think was much needed for a cinematic presentation. If I had shot it I would not have…

Anonymous on January 5, 2020 at 12:11 PM.

Tintin’s Windy Adventures In Spielberg’s Movie Land. You may have read reviews citing how director Steven Spielberg duplicated his adventure style into Tintin from his Indiana Jones series. Sounds like a valid argument, The Adventure of Tintin feels like it, certainly in Spielberg’s repetitive action inclinations. How many times should the red-haired Tintin be knocked unconscious? Why another search for treasure infested with thugs following an intellectual villain?However, what seems to be accurate is what those critics misunderstood in…

Anonymous on January 5, 2020 at 12:26 PM.

First class action adventure by Steven Spielberg . A+

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