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The Adventures of Tintin 3D Synopsis
Young reporter Tintin acquires a model ship that contains a clue about a hidden treasure.

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San Francisco Chronicle

By Amy Biancolli
Such are the timeless joys of the books (and now the movie), this sparkling absurdity and knack for buckling swash under the worst of...
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Rolling Stone

By Peter Travers
The movie comes at you in a whoosh, like a volcano of creative ideas in full eruption.
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The Hollywood Reporter

A visually dazzling adaptation of the legendary – at least outside the US – comic book series by Belgian artist Herge.
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Philadelphia Inquirer

By Steven Rea
And if there's a problem with Tintin, it's that it's too big and booming.
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By Stephanie Zacharek
Everything in The Adventures of Tintin is meticulous - this is a Steven Spielberg movie, after all.
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Boston Globe

By Ty Burr
Quite simply, The Adventures of Tintin is a model of modern movie craftsmanship. It's also, I'm afraid, rather dull.
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New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
The film is spectacularly constructed, from intimate closeups to dizzying chase scenes. But as is often the case with this format, the...
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Wall Street Journal

By Joe Morgenstern
The motion-capture animation is spectacular..Yet the action grows wearisome as it grinds on, and the film becomes a succession of dazzling...
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USA Today

By Claudia Puig
The much-publicized collaboration between producer Peter Jackson and Spielberg sets high expectations. But while the technical artistry is...
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Entertainment Weekly

By Owen Gleiberman
Even a filmmaker as dazzling as Steven Spielberg has to create characters who lure us into their point of view, and the trouble with Tintin...
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Great story - great animation

By miet
As a life long fan of Tintin and his amazingly well researched and drawn adventures i was full of expectation. My three sons ages 10, 15 and 18 like wise. We all loved it!...

The Adventures of Tin Tin

By kikasherre28
I loved the movie! I think Steven Spielberg did a wonderful job in creating an authentic, intriguing, engaging story line. I enjoyed what I thought was a combination between human and animated...

One of the best animated movie I've seen in a long time

By mjackson1701
I remember being read the Tin Tin comic script when I was very young. I liked to homage to the old comic strip. Took my whole family to see it day after Christmas. Story line was great. I can see...

The Advnetures of Tintin

By rdelaney46
Enjoyed the movie. The CG was, in my opinion, not up to standard. All the characters looked like wax museam figures. Overall, on a scale of 1-10 I would rate this one a 6....

It was okay, not great as expected.

By jackie_78
It was so-so movie for me. It was not boring, but at the same time, it wasn't very entertaining. May be kids will like it more, not sure. But for me, other than couple of fight scenes and ocean...

Viva la TinTin!

By vakamalua
A great adventure for fans of TinTin and those just getting to know the intrepid boy journalist! The love that Spielberg and Jackson have for adventure mythology is evident throughout--pirates, car...

Cute, but predictable

By sackingsbeliever
The movie reminded me of an Indiana Jones movie so I enjoyed it from that perspective. The story was a bit too predictable for my liking. Snowy was definitely the star of the show. I must say it...

Tintin 3D

By Don Geraldo
This is a great movie! Based on the opening box office take, I prepared myself for disappointment. However the screenplay, action sequences, drama and SFX were all first rate. The adaptation of...

Adventures of Tin Tin

By pammgraham
Wow, and fantastic. Want to see it again. Reluctant about 3D, but that's the way to see it. Not much of a movie goier, but so gllad I picked this one to take myself and a friend for a...

Awaken the Inner Child!

By swordwhale
What else would you expect from two of the greatest Big Kid storytellers of all time? Jackson and Spielburg have (of course) brought us an awesome romp, a kids' best idea of adventure, gorgeous...

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Rated PG | For Adventure action violence, drunkennness and brief smoking
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 9+ Whirlwind animated adventure is a visual treat for tweens.
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