The Adventures of Tintin

The protagonist — a young newspaper reporter Tintin. Thanks to his profession, he travels around the world and becomes a participant of fascinating adventures.

  • Steven Spielberg

Release Date: 2011-12-21
IMDb icon 7.3/10
  • Country: NZ, GB, US
  • Language: English
  • Budget: $135,000,000
  • Revenue: Cumulative Worldwide $373,993,951
Antonie Maura
03 November 2011 | 03:53

Long I was waiting for a new animated film by Steven Spielberg about the adventures of Tintin, and no wonder the cartoon was great and exciting. And the intrigue of the producer Duo of Spielberg-Jackson really was not groundless.

The film, as many of you probably know, is based on and characters invented by Belgian writer Hergé. The plot in principle, not very original, in a lot have previously used in including Spielberg, gags and expected plot twists. And in General, the cartoon was more childish, even though I in the shower, I hope, always be a child, so I looked at this cartoon with great pleasure.

The main thing here — a whirlwind of exciting adventure, where the young reporter Tintin with his faithful dog. From his inexhaustible craving to everything new and especially to investigate the secrets and mysteries. With a lion's courage and dashing enthusiasm he goes to a new adventure in solving the secret of the ship with the name "Unicorn". In he will help обfятельнейший and very funny, slightly drunken, plied the seas and oceans — captain haddock.

To create breathtaking scenes Spielberg, of course, few equals, he proved it more great movies Indiana Jones. I sure many have noticed the similarity with Tintin Indie. Battles on ships are inferior to Pirates Karibskogo sea, and amazing place where the characters of the cartoon, I can leave the viewer indifferent. On the duration of the film, many scenes are shot in a mystical style, which creates an atmosphere of mystery.

Separately, I want to say about the technology of fixing the body movements and facial expressions of the actors voicing the heroes — "motion capture". Here she was used on a new level. Have a Robert Zemeckis turned a great film made this technology, "a Christmas story", where where is the level, but what did the creators of Tintin — is good and step forward. Characters like if living, every detail in the film: a hair, a drop leaf — all done with maximum details and very efficiently. It seems to be already we're used to features technology movie, but the graphics of this film surprised me and won't let go of screen. The only thing that has disappointed me personally — is that Spielberg shot the film in 3D. Not like three-dimensional graphics. First, glasses of what is happening on the screen becomes darker, the second, eye sometimes have tired voltage, thirdly, I still no never seen use deep images, although have watched many movies in 3D in different theaters. Sometimes I just off his glasses, and the no suffered.

The film is worth seeing, it is a very interesting project for Spielberg, which is definitely not leave the children (including children who are over 20, 30 40 years) indifferent. Not should relate to it seriously is not a new masterpiece from Spielberg. But it will take you in an exciting adventure, after which you will not leave a desire to go to an adventurous and exciting journey. And like the brave hero look at world inexhaustible interest, because around us also miracles and adventures, the main thing is not pushing their problems and feel free to go ahead.

Rubetta Pomeroy
06 November 2011 | 01:47

From the first minutes of the film I'm not left feeling deja vu. I heard about the Unicorn and that he hides. In my opinion, is the first series of cartoon which removed this film.

Well, Yes no matter. Arriving at the cinema, I thought through what experienced once in the child watching the adventures of Tintin cartoon — then I was fascinated by the series, though. do not remember what exactly (but remember that loved the music of the credits:). Plus all advertising posters and film footage that I saw long before the first trailer promised a pretty realistic graphics or animation overall masterpiece realistic picture on the screen.

And if the first I pumped up their own high expectations (as an adult, I have become a bit more demanding, probably), it with the second... everything is perfect, well, almost time so in colour the taste of friends... a lot. Textures, facial expressions, color, shadow, sea, shipwreck and more visual failed. So that the entertainment a solid "5" as say, or said in school.

As for the rest, there are funny moments, intriguing plot, but let's just say if the picture in the praise you can praise higher than Everest, it with the rest of the higher "peaks" not going to go up.

Berget Etam
10 November 2011 | 09:50

"Are you ready, kids? — Yes, captain!" — with this phrase of famous cartoon I wanted to start my review because she is impossible to exactly match the positive emotions that arise when view "the Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn". Only instead of the pirate captain in front of us he Steven Spielberg, and as kids we — ordinary viewers. The famous Director yells "Action!" and trying to dip looking in half-forgotten already the world of the classic adventure in search of clues another mystery. Honestly trying, trying with all forces, not sparing any of imagination, not excellent pictures, but... If there are case in the nature of the original source (the comics of the Belgian Arie), or in that the project was calculated to definitely a family audience, but "Tintin" turns out to be very easy to terms of plot, just so that is missing at least some expressiveness and intriguing, because all mystery — obvious, the outcome is clear with the first minutes.

But I wonder began his opinion by quoting the "spongebob" mentioning positive impressions of viewing. What would not strong was the plot gaffes next project Steven Spielberg, it manages to get out of them in thanks in part to the thirst for adventure, which he lives the main character. No stopping the unraveling the mystery, finding the exit of any situation and suffering from the clumsiness of his companion the captain, Tintin is hard to destination, although knows it so the desire to get into all stories are not disappear never. And seemingly it is symbolic that after browsing to quench your thirst for adventure not missing a few SIPS and watching the film the viewer if actually it would not a major miscalculation of the adventures of a redheaded journalist. The picture is not enough of the feeling of mystery that is present in too easy option, not a due amount of intrigue.

Graph "Adventures of Tintin" of the of the sort who likes Robert Zemeckis. But that's just one thing — project, Steven Spielberg in this component looks much better than all creations of the Creator "the Polar Express". And this is true because the story of a young journalist trying to exclude the fabulous or fantastic, adhering to the framework of the real, but allowing for deviations in the framework of animationnode of the project. For example, who we would show in some blockbuster movie like the naval battle (so why not just was "pirates of the Caribbean", but similar to them reached), or the same "fencing" loading cranes, which is present in "Tintin".

In the end "the adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn" be a pretty good project, standing for see the whole family and not only. The adventures of a white shaggy dog, with which was associated a young journalist and able own booze to have a light aircraft sea wolf, the whole failed, although it could be better. It was a fun adventure, entertaining and inventive, but too easy to use, saved by the actors and a really good sense of humor — think this is enough to to have a good time. Well and more from "Tintin", though I want to, but not wait is, although positive emotions from view and that in the end is missing.

How much has The Adventures of Tintin made?
Commercial tv-show fees worldwide today are Cumulative Worldwide $373,993,951.
How much did it cost to make The Adventures of Tintin?
According to various sources, the cost of producing the tv-show was at least $135,000,000.
Who is the director of the movie The Adventures of Tintin?
This tv-show was directed by Steven Spielberg.
What is the genre of The Adventures of Tintin?
The tv-show belongs to the genres of Action, Adventure, Animation, Best movies 2011.
Who starred in The Adventures of Tintin?
Many famous actors starred in this tv-show, here are the names of the most famous: Jamie Bell, Andy Serkis, Daniel Craig, Nick Frost, Simon Pegg.
What is The Adventures of Tintin IMDB Ranking?
At the moment, the rating is 7.3.
When was The Adventures of Tintin released?
The start date for this tv-show on USA TV is 2011-12-21.