the adventures of tintin

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Drawing deep from the classic Raiders of the Lost Ark playbook, Steven Spielberg has crafted another spirited, thrilling adventure in the khuông of Tintin. Read critic reviews

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Movie Info

While shopping at an outdoor market, young reporter Tintin (Jamie Bell), accompanied by his faithful dog, Snowy, buys a model of an old ship called the Unicorn. A shady character named Sakharine (Daniel Craig) and later an American named Barnaby (Joe Starr) try to lớn buy the model from him, but Tintin refuses. The lad discovers that the ship contains a clue about a hidden treasure, but before he can locate it, Tintin is kidnapped and given over to lớn the custody of drunken Capt. Haddock (Andy Serkis).

  • Rating: PG (Brief Smoking|Adventure kích hoạt Violence|Some Drunkenness)

  • Genre: Kids & family, Adventure, Animation

  • Original Language: English

  • Director: Steven Spielberg

  • Producer: Steven Spielberg, Kathleen Kennedy, Peter Jackson

  • Writer: Steven Moffat, Edgar Wright, Joe Cornish

  • Release Date (Theaters):  wide

  • Release Date (Streaming):

  • Box Office (Gross USA): $77.6M

  • Runtime:

  • Distributor: Paramount Pictures

  • Production Co: Amblin Entertainment, Kennedy/Marshall, WingNut Films

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  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital, DTS, SDDS

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Audience Reviews for The Adventures of Tintin

  • Aug 18, 2019

    Big and noisy (like a kid's bedroom on a Friday night right about bedtime!) one might easily come to lớn the conclusion that perhaps it's too big, and too noisy. The children though would disagree, and they're probably going to lớn be right insofar as this Call goes. The words 'rambunctious' and 'rollicking' come to lớn mind.

  • Sep 30, 2014

    Somany great things have been written down for this Movie, that are only few left for bầm. It is adventures, it is funny and a great journey with Tin Tin and his clever dog Struppi! ....and the captain with his rum. It was just somuch FUN to lớn watch this Movie.

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  • Jan 22, 2014

    <i>The Adventures of Tintin</i> is the most impressively looking animation feature I have seen since <i>Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence</i> (2004), which from a technical point of view, it's an honor. Spielberg mixes several elements: - His trademarks, consisting in PG-rated humor, a John Williams score, the soul of a child in fantastical settings and an unquenchable thirst for transnational adventures in an Indiana Jones tradition. - His influences from both comic series (Hergé) to lớn adventure films (<i>The Castle of Cagliostro</i> [1979], which Spielberg has claimed to lớn be one of the greatest adventure movies of all time). We are very thankful that this modern reimagining was never adapted in a live-action fashion. On the contrary, it tried to lớn adopt the story to lớn the demands of the 21st Century with a visual spectacle and a high attention to lớn detail and physics. Of course I personally prefer the original sources of Tintin entertainment, but it is always fair to lớn evaluate all readaptations as standalone project, and this one delivers some goods. Be it as it may, a new level of animation seems to lớn be reached each new decade, since <i>Final Fantasy: The Spirit Within</i> (2001). Ten years later, a new attempt has been done to lớn cross visual boundaries and achieve new levels of realism. On top of that, this decent intrepid adventure features one of the most creative action sequences represented in a film, a stunt that Peter Jackson would try to lớn replicate in <i>The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug</i> (2013), but certainly not as mindblowing. I tự want to lớn dedicate a few sentences to lớn this sequence, actually, because its technical marvel relies on the fact that, for such sequence to lớn be possible, an entire town had to lớn be created, each movement previously timed, and all angles and distances previously calculated within the action for everything to lớn fit into place AND to lớn never lose the pace of an action sequence. That is the creativity required for videogame designers, considering the technology of today. Props to lớn the creators, therefore, because the world created was convincing. 68/100

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  • Apr 15, 2013

    Even with the threat of occasional pickpocketing in the area, Tintin(Jamie Bell) still takes the time to lớn enjoy himself in the thành phố square with his dog, Snowy. While there, he purchases a particularly impressive looking ship model which almost instantly gets two competing offers which he turns down. But then in quick succession, the model is broken and then stolen. Tintin dicovers a clue that leads him to lớn Sakharine(Daniel Craig) who had previously made one of the offers which is strange considering he already has a complete model of the ship in his possession. A dying man on Tintin's doorstep sends his investigation in a completely different direction, albeit involuntarily, as Tintin rues the fact that MacGyver will not air on television for another fifty years... On the one hand, "The Adventures of Tintin" can be a lot of fun at times. On the other hand, Steven Spielberg forgets the first two rules of basic filmmaking - never let the best part of the movie be the opening credits and never let a dog upstage his human co-stars. In point of fact, Tintin is also upstaged by Captain Haddock(Andy Serkis), along with the Thom(p)son Twins(Simon Pegg & Nick Frost) who also have an unnecessary scene to lớn themselves.(Wait, so sánh that's where that band got their name!) Since I am unfamiliar with the source material, I don't know if Tintin being a bland hero is par for the course, but he is very intelligent and a crack shot, so sánh perhaps not. Maybe it's all in the service of Spielberg recreating another past world in attempting a return to lớn his glory days, but this just seems lượt thích his rote version of his greatest hits, including his affinity for propellers. In any case, I am amazed at how far motion capture technology has come which can also never be a substitution for the real thing.