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Very creative, go go go adventure, stylish

By patriciakapp
Written December 22, 2011
My kids & husband really appreciated it. It was a little nutty for me, but I am too practical - if you suspend reality, you will enjoy it. It is very safe for kids (no blood, but lots of swashbuckling).
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By rashadxll
Written December 22, 2011
I don't know how a lot of my friend have not even hear of TINTIN before. I used to watch the show all the time when I was younger. (21) I thought Steven Spielberg did a good job creating the characters on the big screen. If you are a TINTIN fan from back on the cartoons then you will love this movie. It was good for all ages and keeps you interested from beginning to the end. So go ahead! Great film. Rashadxll
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What took them sooo long??!! GO-IT'S GREAT IN 3D/IMAX

By midwicket
Written December 23, 2011
Having been a Tintin fan since the late 1960's, I wasn't sure what to expect with "The Adventures of Tintin". But Steven Speilberg has done it again! For those who are familiar with Herge's series will know that the movie contains a combined story line from the "The Crab with the Golden Claw" & "The Secret of the Unicorn" with the indefatigable Castafiore thrown in, who, by the way was a wonderful addition. When the script wavered from the books, instead of being daft, silly, or superfluous, value & emphasis is added to the scene. The graphics is amazing. For example, in the close up shots, one could see the skin's pores and soft hairs that everyone has on their face; the veins in the characters arms and with the clothes that the characters wore, one could almost feel the material! Early in the movie, Tintin was in the market getting a portrait drawn, which when displayed, the caricature or cartoon is as he appears in the Herge books to how he is in the movie was striking!
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Non-stop Action!

By verminous
Written December 22, 2011
Young and old alike will love this rip roaring tale of adventure and discovery! You don't have to be a fan of the Herve' comics or the cartoons, this movie stands alone and is a great jumping on place for any fan of adventure!
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The Adventures of Tintin

By erok741
Written December 23, 2011
This movie was 'Tintastic'! Great for children and adults alike the animation was detailed and realistic. The story was smart but not too complicated as Tintin, ageless intrepid European journalist takes us on a journey and adventure to find the secret of the ancient sailing vessel 'The Unicorn' and solve its mystery! The action is well-paced and held the interest of my 8 and 11 year old boys! Great work Spielberg and Nickelodeon!
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