Rated PG · 107 minutes · 2011

Adventure, Animated
Steven Spielberg, also responsible for War Horse, put together this moderately entertaining CGI-animated movie based on the comic-book series by Hergé. The series is big in Europe, but folks in the United States generally don’t care about the intrepid journalist Tintin and his dog, Snowy. After watching this, I can sort of understand the Western disenchantment. The visuals pop, but the character of Tintin himself (voiced by Jamie Bell) is far from engaging. The same can be said for Captain Haddock (Andy Serkis), who is sort of annoying. The duo goes on a search for some treasure in a race against a mean British guy (voiced amusingly by Daniel Craig). The adventure never really soars to great heights, and the film winds up being one of Spielberg’s less-interesting films. This is OK … but maybe Spielberg should just make one movie at a time.
Official Site: www.us.movie.tintin.com
Director: Steven Spielberg
Producer: Steven Spielberg, Peter Jackson, Kathleen Kennedy, Ken Kamins, Nick Rodwell and Stephane Sperry
Cast: Jamie Bell, Andy Serkis, Daniel Craig, Nick Frost, Simon Pegg, Toby Jones, Mackenzie Crook, Daniel Mays, Gad Elmaleh, Joe Starr, Kim Stengel, Sonja Fortag and Tony Curran


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East Bay Express The Adventures of Tintin Spielberg and Tintin, the ideal couple. by Kelly Vance 12/28/2011
Colorado Springs Independent Director's cut: The Adventures of Tintin, and War Horse This season's double-dose of Spielberg captures everything he does brilliantly, and everything you miss when it's not there. by Scott Renshaw 12/22/2011
The Coast Halifax The Adventures of Tintin action-packed but deficient Spielberg a bit off his game in the family blockbuster department by Matt Semansky 12/22/2011
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Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week Three flicks we've reviewed this week, plus The Darkest Hour. 12/22/2011
Memphis Flyer Choose Your Own Adventure Steven Spielberg showcases two sides of his filmmaking in twin releases. by Greg Akers 12/22/2011
Style Weekly Puzzle People Two new films about different detectives are difficult to decipher. by Wayne Melton 12/20/2011
Charleston City Paper Spielberg searches for the humanity in War Horse and Tintin Ever since The Color Purple, Spielberg has managed to alternate between mass-market entertainment and prestige-inviting drama — often one of each within the same calendar year. by Scott Renshaw 12/21/2011

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