The Adventures of Tintin (2011) - Animation, Action, Adventure

Hohum Score

2

Breathtaking

Intrepid reporter Tintin and Captain Haddock set off on a treasure hunt for a sunken ship commanded by Haddock's ancestor.

IMDB: 7.3
Director: Steven Spielberg
Stars: Jamie Bell, Andy Serkis
Length: 107 Minutes
PG Rating: PG
Reviews: 60 out of 467 found boring (12.84%)

One-line Reviews (483)

That is how intense I was.

The 3D effects make the movie even more thrilling and exciting.

They were up and down construction equipment, flying through and over walls, it was breathtaking.

The film may have its dragging moments but throughout it's undeniably enjoyable.

I went into this movie expecting overfast, confusing, and bloated action scenes because that is the trend of today.

For example, the plane, the key, Hadokks memory etc. It gets boring when they just easily solve things with no hardship at all.

Anyways, it was exciting to hear that Steven Spielberg ( whom Herge by the way called the only one being able to make a movie out of his work ) and Peter Jackson were working together making a movie out of a beloved childhood memory.

I have no problem to give the technical side a 10, it is stunning.

Like all the exposition and action in the feature, this sequence is dull, and pales in comparison to Zemeckis' many recent, similarly conceived sequences ("Beowulf").

This movie though was boring...

With the likes of Spielberg and Jackson at the helm, I expected something a bit more compelling.

On the whole, though, a very entertaining flick that makes for great family viewing.

In the end, I would say that this movie is worth watching once.

I left the theater as a very satisfied moviegoer.

It was fun, action packed, enjoyable, well made and had a great score by John Williams.

The colorful and entertaining title sequence itself already draws you in.

You get a little bored at times watching Tintin and Haddock be stranded out at sea, stumble through the desert, and Haddock's incessant rambling of never having enough booze.

"Tintin" was my childhood favorite, and although it wasn't in English when I read it, they were (and still are) extremely exciting and humorous page-turners.

In the comic, this was a pretty intense and disturbing scene.

) Thank you Steven and Peter for another thoroughly entertaining movie that is (hopefully) going to turn into a popular syndicate of many more to come.

The production values & acting are both excellent, with just enough attractive to appeal to the Tintin fanatics , and with great doses of action , case of the potentially thrilling elements .

The scene on the plane and fight sequence on the old ship are particularly enjoyable.

The motion capture technique is fascinating and so well-done.

The tale is engaging and exciting.

For me his character has always been a bit too bland, while his adventures have been entertaining enough.

A most faithful adaptation of the Hergé comics, yet engrossing for all.

Visually I can see it but it was empty its like they spent so much time to make it visually appeasing that they didn't bother putting a story in at all.

What's more, Steven Spielburg has added some suspense element into the movie too - it blends in very well and makes the whole movie much more exciting.

All of the animation is simply breathtaking and the best I've ever seen.

I'm afraid for most of this film I was positively bored and just waiting for the end.

Weak on suspense, plotting, atmosphere and characters but has some great set-pieces and is enjoyable for its constant movement and noise .

Daniel Craig gives a brilliantly fascinating performance.

I enjoyed it.

Very entertaining film .

It is a rare moment that i would recommend something to be seen in 3D, but due to the fact this is partly animation in a way, it too works very well, and helps you get immersed into the world you are put in.

Features a thrilling international chase accompanied by an inebriated sea-captain channeling one of his ancestors possessed of a hidden fortune, the objective of the villains who are more aware of what they are seeking than any of the heroes are.

The adventures were breathtaking in their imagination - oh, the places they went and people they met!

Through well structured chases and enjoyable humour, who will find the answer, to the secret of the unicorn!

Putting ion my professional glasses as a 3D illustrator - the 3D was simply stunning!

Doing justice to the character created by Herge', Tintin (Jamie Bell) remains the bland, ageless adventurer that he originally was.

This movie had too many ho-hum moments.

The story intertwines the lives of a dull protagonist (Jamie Bell), his intelligent dog a drunken sea captain (Andy Serkis) and an evil ne'er-do-well with a 150 year old family grudge (Daniel Craig), all looking for hidden treasure in a paint-by-numbers adventure.

Realizing there is more to their interest than the ship itself, Tintin follows his instincts in a rousing worldwide adventure replete with fascinating characters, delightfully dislikeable bad guys, and a rousing conclusion, all wrapped in an unmistakably "Indiana Jones" themed and paced story.

It was riveting!

The animated credits at the inception were exquisitely done; visually pleasing, with intelligently placed graphics and moving images, and more than a passing nod to certain animated sequences made popular by the created-for-TV animated adaptations of the books, we thoroughly enjoyed it.

Since the film rarely slows down, it's always moving, always very entertaining and always roaring with energy.

This movie was fun, exciting, adventurous, and had some comedy in it too.

Exciting and overwhelming retelling based on Tintin stories by means of Motion-capture technology .

And although the visuals in this version is very, very different from the original, it was still an entertaining experience.

Thrilling adventure across the globe .

It's obvious that Spielberg and Jackson had a huge amount of fun making some awesome transition shots and beyond imaginable action scene which were so out of this world but just purely entertaining.

Spoiler alert: Spielberg made a very long boring trailer for a video game .

What so disappointed me about the film was the fact that this came from Spielberg, a past master at such fast paced adventure films.

Overall, Tintin is a great film which manages to capture that exciting Hollywood feel of Spielberg's Indiana Jones films, while also capturing the good humour and charm of Hergé's original stories.

I went with friends and we only had fun by seeing parents who were boring while their children were enjoying the movie.

In this reviewer's opinion, "The Adventures of Tintin", while visually stunning, may leave many American audiences with a storyline which they may inevitably become bored with.

Tintin, his trusty dog Snowy, and Haddock are fun and engaging characters you want to spend time with and lose yourself in their world.

The soundtrack is very good but I expected something more intense.

It was intense yet entertaining to watch.

The motion capture animation is stunning and truly unique and I hope they do more of this type of animation and Spielberg and Jackson do it better than anyone.

This movie is an excellent endeavor to make the movie as emotionally engaging as possible.

As a whole, the storyline is pretty thin, and the dialogue often dull, if at times funny.

But even despite the yumminess of the burger, it's a dull experience overall as you've devoured nothing of actual substance.

Soundtrack, and plot, aside this film was still enjoyable to watch; perhaps even more so I you're a child watching for the very first time.

As for the film content itself; Vastly amusing & exciting entertainment.

the main character of Tin Tin and his doggie Snowy were also well conceived with Tin Tin himself being very adventurous and intriguing.

It's funny, exciting, and gripping to the very end.

Now the movie: very entertaining film.

It became unwatchable, like Hugo.

Well, after spending 10 years not going back to the originals, that movie struck me as a faithful yet entertaining take on Hergé's legacy.

Fans will perhaps feel offended by these changes, but I am forgiving, because what we got was an exciting take on the characters we love.

The movie is fun, exciting, hilarious, creative, awesome, and, in the final scene profound.

The First & Second Act Breezed by in a Glance, with Puzzles & Quick Thinking on Tin Tin's part making it a Joy to watch, But I did find the Third Act Dragged Out a Little & I put it down to Captain Haddock being so Incompetent it became Annoying.

But if you go in open-minded, you'll find yourself enjoy what is truly a stunning recreation of a beloved childhood series.

"Tintin" takes 24 slow minutes to get to its first action sequence.

Also kudos to frequent Spielberg collaborator John Williams for providing another entertaining music score (though it's not as memorable as his classic ones for Jaws, the original '77 Star Wars, E.

There are a lot of action scenes that are really fast paced, but just when you think: It's getting too much, they slow down and you can rest for a while.

Being an avid film score collector, I made the mistake of listening to the music before watching the movie, and I found it bland.

Steven Spielberg was the right man to make this movie as good as this was: entertaining, funny, adventurous; Tintin-like.

Oh how I am bored with it....

And if me saying that has angered you to the point that you decide to leave me a drawn-out comment on how I am just a stupid American or about how you loved reading the Tintin comics as a child, thus if I would have read them then I would have understood the film better, I will have to stop you there because I am only here to review the content of the film itself, not the comic.

" This movie is beautiful and exciting at the same time, with just the right hint of nostalgia.

Even with their animated feel, the characters came alive on screen; their interactions were fluid, with an unexpected élan.

In Tintin, Spielberg brilliantly uses motion capture and animation to give us some truly exciting scenes.

its a Fast paced adventure....

In two words, stunning and spectacular!

With it witty punchlines, affable characters and adrenaline- pounding action-adventure sequences, Tintin the movie brings forth such excitement that is rarely displayed in movies.

The story is a great idea and while there are some slow spots it is thrillingly told.

It is flaws and boring movie for me as a big fan of Tintin.

The animation is simply stunning and the set pieces are breathtaking.

If you are unfamiliar with Tintin, you ought to be pulled in anyway by his entertaining escapades – and I hope your introduction to him encourages you to seek out Hergé's original works.

The John Williams music is particularly dull and rubs the shine off a number of the action scenes.

It is action packed and adventure filled.

This opening section is so enjoyable you wish it could continue forever.

What is really fascinating about the whole serial albums of Tintin, is the way it deals with great international affairs of its time : as close as possible with the Great Story, as clear as possible to be understood by young readers, and as subtle as possible not to hurt, not to expose them.

The comedy, the adventure and the scenery were absolutely stunning.

That's how fast-paced and exciting the movie was.

The whole production felt pretentious, shoving so much in terms of its convoluted story and advanced animation style down the throat in order to seemingly detract from the fact that the plot line was ultimately quite ordinary with a plethora of plot holes.

Very entertaining film .

Turning Sakharine from a harmless collector into the villain was also an asset because it allowed an unexpected connection with the past.

Very good animation and mind blowing effects,an excellent movie .

The Adventures of Tintin is highly famous book series around the world & making it in real animation with real actors makes it an enjoyable adventure.

And the more naturalistic figures help to make the adventure thrilling.

With that being said, I can say that from the vague details that I remember, the film adaptation of the comics is true to its original, breathtaking source material.

The story wends it's way through a Junior "Indiana Jones" sequence of events and is accompanied by a rousing John Williams score to suit the action on screen.

The stunning level of detail, right down to the pores on characters' skin and individual hair follicles, is coupled with designs very similar to the cartoony art of the comics.

Full of humor , it's a funny entertaining for kids and grown-ups .

The film feels like a children's Indiana Jones movie, as one would expect and it is only let down by an unfulfilling soundtrack and a slightly predictable plot.

While the quasi-human designs of the characters will outrage some Hergé purists, this film is undoubtedly another technical achievement for special effects house Weta Digital, who earlier this year gave us the very compelling chimps in that other Serkis vehicle RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES.

For someone who's mostly familiar with the world of Tintin through the 1990s animated series, uncovering Captain Haddock's mysterious background acted as a gripping way to reintroduce me to Tintin.

As I said earlier, the story itself is not particularly gripping, but the style in which it is told paired with the impressive animation and thrilling, roller-coaster-like action set pieces is what makes "Tin-Tin" something I could watch over and over again.

It is essentially Spielberg doing what Spielberg does best: entertaining the public.

Nevertheless, Tintin was a fun and exciting ride.

Some moments are really sleepy and boring.

Well, nobody's perfect but this one surely comes close being one of the most entertaining films of 2011.

It would be a sinsin if Tintin was awful, which its not, but despite being visually stunning , its good, not great .

A fun and exciting adventure from Steven Spielberg.

The story is compelling, the lines are natural-sounding, and the action is plenty of fun to watch.

I watched this with my two young sons and they enjoyed it even more than me.

The Adventures of Tintin has lots of action and mystery, and will keep you on the edge of your seat.

We get the enjoyable relationship of the two protagonists (and snowy), as well as the slapstick, comedic breaks of Thompson and Thomson, and the villainous Sakharine.

Steven Spielberg takes you on a wonderful thrill ride for the whole family in a wonderfully entertaining family film.

The story is very convoluted and adrenaline filled.

You just wish these guys who can pour unfathomable sums of money into a film could make it a little more engaging.

Tintin - So dull, annoying, lifeless and just frustrating.

An entertaining movie for kids and adults alike .

Utilizing the very latest in CGI, the animators have created a world that is remarkably lifelike and yet at the same time highly evocative of the original comic's art.

Despite it's flaws, "The Adventures of Tintin" is a rollicking good time at the movies, a serial adventure with lots of action, excitement and humor, and perfect for families with its lack of adult content (apart from alcohol content and some intense action sequences).

Tintin is a very empty character and almost a Gary Stu.

An exciting and large-scale, original and fresh, colorful, funny and warm movie adventure, as a symbol of exquisite masterpiece of modern animation

The character chemistry, adrenaline charged chases and light hearted dialogue call to mind swashbuckling pulp novel adventures in the vein of Indiana Jones.

A thrilling, action packed adventure with charm and spectacular visuals .

It's visually stunning, extremely exciting and a movie for all ages.

Throughout the movie he discovers just why the ship is so valuable, while having a fund, intense adventure and meeting a new friend.

A simple tale of mystery, action and adventureThe best way I can summarize and praise the movie is that The Adventures of TinTin is a visually stunning and accurate adaptation of the TinTin comics.

First and entertaining ¨Motion-Capture¨ Tintin rendition with exciting adventures set mostly in Africa .

The imagination on display here and the near flawless animation and motion capture work from WETA, make The Adventures of Tintin an enjoyable thrill ride.

The latter sequence is dull, the former shows us two things we've never seen before: ships firing their cannons at one another through the crests of waves, and ships entangled at their masts, swinging wildly like oceanic pendulums.

Unfortunately, the film ended up being a bland childish adventure lacking of emotion and suspense, even though I cannot deny the fact that it is technologically impressive and visually spectacular.

They left the movie open for a sequel, resulting in a somewhat dull anticlimax.

Boring and mislead story .

The action sequences are amongst the most exciting and thrill-packed that you will ever see.

Again, it's big, exciting, hilarious and really enjoyable.

Tintin delivers an exciting action/mystery flick.

From then on, the film really starts, and we are given a truly exciting adventure without a single second of boredom.

Overall it's pretty entertaining and I had fun, "Tintin" is a decent popcorn flick without being anything special.

PS: I forgot to mention they didn't even made a soundtrack for this, which makes the film even more boring.

Kids, adults, young at heart will love this action packed, edge of your seat thrill ride with a great mystery.

The realism of some of the film's characters seems totally artificial and contrived, and the rendering of authentic skin tones becomes considerably overambitious and fussy in its detailing.

Tintin's animated self looks stunning (even though he looks kind of different from his comic-self) in his blue long sleeves.

Every action scenes are ridiculously thrilling.

But looking at it from my perspective, from someone who when he first saw the poster for this bomb thought it was for a Rin Tin Tin movie, and who has never even heard of TinTin, but beyond that who values movies for their plot, acting and plausibility above all else: this is by far the worst movie of 2011.

He adds some exciting elements to the film that take a decent storyline and elevate into a whole lot of fun.

Actually he's quite dull.

Boring, boring, boring.

So painfully dull my family could not bear to finish it .

No story building.

It was subtle and compelling, without being unrealistic and in-you-face.

Since I never read the comics, I can't compare the movie with them, with as a movie independent of the comics, it is very good and enjoyable.

is clearly gripping the viewers who have reviewed this film before me.

The background details of Hergé's comic book world are quite stunning to behold with certain individual segments generating much wonderment and awe.

Spielberg's Direction, like always, is imaginative & stunning.

The set pieces within it are stunning and make for some extremely memorable sequences.

Stylishly choreographed and thrilling, Tintin's action rivals that of the Indy trilogy, in terms of white knuckle, relentless thrills.

However, the highlight for me had to be Andy Serkis as Captain Haddock, a very layered performance unlike any other he has done before, he is certainly the most intriguing character.

Boy was he boring!!

This is truly one films for the kids and it highly enjoyable for a younger audience as I believe it has been made for.

The script is extremely sharp and often very funny, making this well-paced adventure even more enjoyable.

The film is fun and obviously orientated towards a family audience, the Thompson twins do mar the action but the film recovers with some excellent sequences, notably a post plane crash propeller incident, dueling port cranes and an exciting motor-cycle sidecar chase.

Boring.

I instantly fell in love with the artwork, the soulful story, the endearing nuanced characters and exciting adventures of Tintin.

But, after seeing this film, it's fascinating to dream about what could be just around the corner?

My main criticism has to be the slightly fast pace of the movie, now I know Tintin is like that and I understand but sometimes things seem slow then boom Tintin is off and doing stunts impossible to achieve.

If that same thing happens to a human, we know that he would have broken every bone in his body and, if still alive, would have to be driven to the intensive care immediately.

Boring and Predictable.

"The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn" is definitely well-worth watching.

Since 1929, 'The Adventures of Tintin' by Belgian artist Hergé has been delighting children and adults alike with its bold, unique visuals and engaging stories of adventure, global intrigue and mystery.

The visual composition and scene to scene transitions were most compelling.

On a more positive note: the storyline is beautiful and engaging, whether you are a age-old Tin Tin fan or just a movie lover.

Nearly fell asleep.

The visuals of The adventures of Tintin are truly stunning.

It appears as though, for this film, Spielberg has taken a page out of his own "Indiana Jones" films, as many of the scenes in this film entail high speed chases, adrenaline filled acrobatics, and daring shootouts.

The poor script writing is what makes this film interminably dull - and we can thank Steven Moffat for that.

I found the acting good and the action scenes are overwhelming and breathtaking (a Spielberg classic).

Not only is he a lot of fun to watch and hear, but for my money Captain Haddock and Snowy were the two most engaging characters.

Overall "Tintin" is tremendously entertaining, a great adventure and plot that keeps your pulse racing.

I did think it was entertaining though.

This makes it much more exciting and you really get to know how Tin Tin and Captain Haddock were in the old days.

Visually stunning, story wise boring.

From the very upstart, it's clear that the only way this movie could have been made was the CGI world we are given, because some of the stunning set pieces and 3D would never have made it into the movie.

It felt like all the speech was in a monotone - the impression maybe got through that appalling music.

On the whole The Adventures of Tintin is an enjoyable watch.

Now, if the first 15 minutes sounded bore then this film is not for you coz that was just the build up and basis for what lies ahead.

After a slow start, the show really picks up and never lets up; well written dialogue, excellent cast chemistry and timely humor providing endless entertainment.

Very funny and action packed .

Yes, the movie's excitingly thrilling and undeniably enjoyable.

The motion capture technique is fascinating and so well done.

A thrilling Spielberg adventure .

The transformation to film is somewhat more dark, at times, and physically intense than the more passive colored flat 2-D images on the page.

All in all, extremely entertaining – and I'm looking forward to the sequels.

All the action seems to happen, and then we are left with this action-less, dull climax to wrap everything up, and it does the movie as a whole no good.

I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Steven Spielberg's "Tintin and the Secret of the Unicorn" is an entertaining action-packed and mystery-filled adventure film that, beyond all these epithets, respects the spirit of Herge's adventures of Tintin, the classic worldwide famous, comic-book series, and take this from a fan who grew up reading the albums, rereading them in French and English, and watching the animated features.

Action packed and beautifully animated, The Adventures of Tintin is a delight for anyone looking for a good family or adventure film.

This is an entertaining and beautiful adaptation of a colorful comic book series.

Such as a daring escape from a cargo ship, an epic clash between two manually operated construction cranes, and a thrilling high speed chase through Bagghar that I'd easily jot down as one of the year's best overall scenes.

The action scenes are thrilling and they are easily some of the best action scenes I've seen in a while.

Fun and Exciting: Now This Is A Blockbuster .

Should we ever see another boring movie we'll tell the other we're bored instead of 'assuming' the other loves the movie.

However, as soon as the other characters get introduced, the first half completely wanes out and becomes completely predictable.

The only flaw in the movie is probably the ending part - it kinda ends out of sudden and makes me feel a little bit empty there, because I was expecting something else to happen there.

and she was bored...

'The Adventures of Tintin' is just the most stylish and visually stunning animation of 2011 – a beautiful effort and unique creation from director Steven Spielberg.

The action was good, the humor was good natured and it was a very simple and compelling story.

It's like Jackson's THE HOBBIT: THERE AND BACK AGAIN, with endless chase scenes and swooping camera angles; none of it means anything, there's no realism or danger, it's just bland and safe.

A lot of liberties have been taken with the script (making it quite different from the original comic)to make it enjoyable.

A very boring animation.

Crisp and colorful cinematography by Janusz Kaminski, fluid editing by Michael Kahn and yet another lively and bombastic score by John Williams make this an even more entertaining watch.

The most enjoyable movie of the year so far, will satisfy old fans, and create new ones.

For a start, the animation (using motion capture technology) and visual effects were mind blowing, spellbinding, and very awe-freaking-some, and this is probably the best visual treat of this year.

Incredibly exciting, dull ending .

Its dragging and downright boring compared to the true version that is the book.

It had the great sense of humor and entertaining action sequences one would expect from the director of the Indiana Jones spectacles and while the last action set-piece may have been one too many, it wasn't a complete waste of time.

The mystery and intrigue are combined with engaging and at times outrageous/hilarious action sequences - one of which is a seamless, spectacular one-take chase scene which exudes a high energy level not sensed since those in the "Indiana Jones" films - there's a real high sense of adventure throughout the film.

The movie starts off by giving us some background information of the story and the adventure begins very soon, and it gets pretty exciting scene after scene.

The movie was very exciting and thoroughly enjoyable, but I left feeling a bit disappointed, due to the blunt and boring ending.

They tried too hard with making an action packed adventure that they forgot the simplicity of the comics.

The unusual but fascinating story line is all that you would expect from director Steven Spielberg and producer Peter Jackson.

Not anywhere near as good as the books, but quite entertaining nonetheless .

I don't want to debate anymore, but I would like to add that the movie is boring.

Terrific action packed adventure, full of fun!.

Nice animation, boring story .

None of the characters are memorable, Tintin is a bore.

They must accept that what they're saying is true and hope that something interesting or entertaining comes out of it.

Enjoyable all ages adventure .

In the second half, though the movie seems to be picking up some pace, again the movie becomes a drag and predictable making your visit to the theater a customary one.

A stunning addition to motion capture feature films.

It's a cliché story, featuring a bunch of stupid, idiotic and mentally retarded characters who generally try to reach their goal, if they remember which that is of course.

It's a Full on Exciting & Thrilling Ride from Start to Finish.

The animation is a joy to see and is so exciting and keeps your eyes peeled to the cinema screen.

Nevertheless, Tintin is a fun, suspenseful and immensely enjoyable film, surprising me for its PG rating.

As I left the theater, I found myself wanting more.

The CGI is brilliant, the action scenes are gripping, the characters are funny and likable, the story is clever and the animation is flawless.

Visually, the movie is very enjoyable to see.

I think Steven Spielberg manage to converge a genius masterpiece into a Mediocre and meaningless movie that the most people properly will have forgotten in two weeks time.

The timing and choreography of each scene is so precise, it's brilliantly entertaining.

It failed to give me any nostalgic feelings, but on the other hand, the stunning animation and special effects partly managed to counter those deficits.

Your reaction to the movie will largely depend on whether you find such rapidly unrolling mayhem exhilarating or tiresome.

" (2011) was an enjoyable and thrill-seeking adventure that definitely held my interest throughout the entire picture!

It is a gripping journey of a treasure hunt that begins in Brussels and swiftly traverses the waters of the Atlantic, taking us to the enchanting Kingdom of Morocco.

And of course I could go on and on about the over the top, self indulgent ending that screamed "OF COURSE THIS MOVIE WILL HAVE A SEQUEL, YOU'RE PAYING FOR IT!!

One moment off the screen, an you will miss something exciting or vital to the story.

It's also Spielberg's most entertaining film since Jurassic Park.

Overall Spielberg has created an old-fashioned style adventure movie for the whole family to enjoy,where the important things are just the hunt for the treasure, the friendship two people can make and the most important thing of all that it is an entertaining ride.

The movie is much too long, boring and childish.

Visually stunning.

The action is thoroughly exciting.

But if you forgive these gents from repeating themselves and look at the film with new eyes, it's really a very fine and entertaining work.

On the contrary, I got over it soon enough and even enjoyed it.

come on also i think Andy serkis was a terrible choice for captain haddock anyway the movie was dull and everything sucked the "movie score" (i use that word loosely) wasn't even memorable also i hate peter Jackson and Steven Spielberg as well for making this terrible adaption i have spoken

I expect children will be bored too.

As oppose to most TinTin books where every frame and dialogue is there for a purpose, here in this melange you can swap dialogues between characters or even watch the movie from the end to the beginning and nothing would matter as there is no plan except rumble, shootings, hit and run and a few cliché words between players.

This ¨Tintin and the secret unicorn¨ is an enjoyable Hollywood production, a wonderful and straight forward approach to Herge's original source material being splendidly directed .

more than beautiful, fascinating.

Ted's Evaluation -- 3 of 3: Worth watching.

The body of the score is upbeat trumpets, superbly intricate riffs of the piano, and violin quivers in the more suspenseful moments.

His antics were enjoyable and fun.

George Lucas made similar advances with the new Star Wars Trilogy, but the story dragged.

This thing is just entertaining and great in its own right and deserves some reward.

They can be pretty intense.

From the first scene you're immersed in the fantastic visuals, the detailed frames and the amazing illusion of stop-motion technology.

)The stunts are incredibly grand and exciting.

The stories chosen to this movie was "The Crab with the Golden Claws" (where Tintin and Haddock met for the first time), "The Secret of the Unicorn" and "The Red Rackham's Treasure", three of the most exciting stories of the Tintin collection.

Action packed, funny and like a roller-coaster ride that ends too soon.

The Adventures of Tintin: The secret of the unicorn is one damn fine adventure yarn and by far the most enjoyable entertainment movie from mr. Spielberg since the original Jurassic Park (-93).

The action scenes were very intense, too.

An entertaining & memorable film, that will be loved by one & all.

The Adventures of Tintin directed by Steven Spielberg is entertaining.

Pinned down to perfection every scene is a feast for the eye, unremittingly fast-paced and entertaining.

While the other moviegoers might find it fascinating.

It's as linear and as predictable as it gets, nothing and nobody from it managing to stand out of the misery.

This made it like a roller-coaster ride, which was truly action packed and very enjoyable to watch.

All of the animation is simply breathtaking and the best I've ever seen.

Even still, at times it comes across as if the plot was picked out of a list of creative writing prompts, though the way Spielberg dives into said prompt is often deliciously entertaining.

"The Adventures of Tintin", along with "Rango" and "Kung Fu Panda 2" is one of the best movies from the year 2011, and for me, it was one of the most enjoyable flicks that I have the chance to see in the last year.

This was such an enjoyable film, it was much, much better than i thought it was going to be, there are so many great things about this movie:THE VISUALS: Easily one of the most visually stunning films I have ever seen, i wish i had watched this at the cinema - especially in 3d.

After some opening credits that employ the clear-line style as well as a John Williams score and animation that seems a nod in the direction of Spielberg's classic beginning to "Catch Me If You Can," we are dropped quickly into our fast-moving story.

This race for the treasure leads Tintin and the Captain in an unexpected adventure of the highest order that spans land, sea and air!

The entire production was action-packed, exciting and comic.

The motorcycle chase is just in your face the entire time, lasts around six minutes, and puts you on the edge of your seat.

It has moments of humour that children and adults can enjoy simultaneously and great set- pieces, most notably the breathtaking Baghar-set chase sequence, which is, in my opinion, one of the finest actions sequences Spielberg has ever produced.

I've read some ridiculous reviews so far about how Spielberg 'ruined' the storyline by making it boring, and mixing characters and elements from different Tin Tin comics.

I loved the exciting adventures that brought Tintin and his fellows all over the globe.

Even when I don't like motion-capture animation, I found this movie to quite entertaining and enjoyable.

The Adventures of Bland Boy and his dog, Exposition.

The film really dragged, which was a huge disappointment for me.

Spielberg also brought on some great talent to work on the movie which included Peter Jackson producing it and Edgar Wright as one of the co-writers and they really make a fun and exciting ride for this film.

An Adventure worth watching .

Tintin comes to the big screen with a big splash of exciting entertainment for both children and adults.

Director Steven Spielberg serves up an enjoyable lark of a cartoon adventure featuring that marvel of European comics, Tintin.

From this point on, the action snowballs in to a big ball of silliness that I found too much and really quite boring.

Tintin is a funny, exciting and tremendously entertaining adventure movie.

It is fun, packed with adventure and action, enjoyable at all ages.

"The Adventures of Tintin", in my review, "a fun and entertaining adventure-mystery flick".

The bad guys have gotten away with the secret message Haddock left, Tintin and Haddock are stranded, and Haddock gives a rousing speech to encourage Tintin to push through this "wall" they face: "Failed.

Likely to appeal to those unfamiliar with animated features, Spielberg's tale is predictable, slow, never surprises, and his audience is always ten steps ahead.

Back in early-80s, when I found out the fact that the comics could be something more than the repetitive adventures of masked superheroes, I tried to extend my "literary horizons" with the work of famous European creators, such as Moebius (and his Airtight Garage), Carlos Ezquerra (Judge Dredd), and Hergé (1907-1983), the author of the popular Tintin books...

Overall, this is an enjoyable romp for viewers young and old, both familiar and not with the source material.

Directed and co-produced by the aforementioned Steven Spielberg (Saving Private Ryan, Catch Me If You Can) and co-produced by visual genius Peter Jackson (The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King) using the highest caliber stop-motion animation (maybe ever seen), "The Adventures of Tintin" exhibits the partnership of two great directors, in conjunction with a quirky, yet (at times) only slightly entertaining interpretation of what European children's mysteries are all about.

It is an extremely engaging story that kept me at the edge of my seat from start to finish, with a fun, layered adventure that we have not seen in movies in a long time.

It's very true to the comics, and packed with exciting action set-pieces.

What I thought was good about the movie is that it is incredibly well shot, has many truly admirable scene pieces, a good dose of healthy humor for both children and adults, an intriguing story (in its own right), nice tonal shifts, exciting action sequences and smart transitions.

I nearly fell asleep.

It is Spielberg's first animated film and the animation is absolutely stunning throughout, with amazing attention to detail.

The action-packed story is part pirate swashbuckler and part Indiana Jones adventure; the combination makes for a spectacular, witty, and exciting film with a sweet, smart, and very likable young man at its center.

The film is excellent escapism from the dreary day-to-day life and it made me smile for the rest of the day.

All done in one shot, it is innovative at first, but questionable and tiresome by the end.

Apart from the ending though, this movie is exciting, funny and an overall quality film.

Most awe-inspiring is how Spielberg films the entire ten-minute sequence in just one single shot (the logistics of this alone worth checking out the extras once the DVD is released), and the relentless pace at which this unfolds will keep you on the edge of your seat to say the least.

But now, if I try watching it again, the fun of the stunning animations effects has gone away and it is very hard to enjoy the movie because it raises a conflict inside.

Normally Not my kind Of Thing, But A Good Premise And I Enjoyed It .

Captain Haddock and snowy are very funny and enjoyable to watch.

Its boring.

Tintin books are so fully absorbing, unique, and compelling in storyline, atmosphere, and drawing detail that I do not think they can ever be matched on film, by Spielberg or anyone else.

Pointless .

The animation was absolutely breathtaking and photo-realistic.

In fact there are several problem:1- The story is empty, it has no link at all with the comic, they took three episodes, they mixed them and kept only the action scenes.

I just came back from watching Tintin and first thing I have to say is that I enjoyed it!

I'll give Tintin this much: His life is anything but boring.

This is another reason why I didn't enjoy the climax of the film, I was bored by the time it got around to it.

Even Tintin's dog Snowy is more exciting than Tintin.

The animation is simply breath-taking and astonishingly lifelike for the most part, the storyline is good (as you would expect from an adaptation of the Herge classic) and it's superbly witty and exciting.

This movie is worth watching in 3d and is for people of all ages, its got action its got comedy and most importantly, it has got "Tintin".

In the end, the sub-plots come together to turn a boring/average story into a pretty good one.

being tin tin fan from my childhood i was excited for its release and even more excited because it directed by Steven Spielberg.. watching it on the screen was mind blowing experience.. Steven Spielberg took animation to a different level which will take ages for others to reach there.. the movie was visually stunning, tight screenplay and story and trust me u wont want to miss even second of this movie...

Tintin may be light one plot but it is heavy on excitement and the visuals serve to deepen the experience, making this one of the more enjoyable films of the year.

So I didn't love it, though it was somewhat entertaining.

Cause of my place of work I had a chance to watch it something about 5 times, and believe me - every time I enjoyed it like a little kid.

It's the mystery element that drives this plot, but even then, the mystery is quite predictable and thinly developed.

Tin Tin and Snowy collide into an unexpected case!

I highly recommend it for the whole family.

The exciting and stylish world of Tin Tin offers such delightful escapism, I think I will want visit it again...

Everything is terribly superficial here, as the original story and characters have been destroyed and turned into some lame boring and dull Hollywood crap.

Please people do yourself a favor, save your money and go and buy a comic book and experience the real Tintin.

An instant timeless classic and filled with FUN, LAUGHTER and INTENSE SUSPENSE with the magical touches of Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson .

Films like "The Adventures of Tintin" make a compelling case for animation as the ideal medium for action extravaganzas – which are, by default, offshoots of the fantasy genre.

Right from the beginning the story sets up in an action packed super show and carries itself throughout at a great pace - without giving you a moment to blink your eyes.

Then, in the sixties, there were two movies with actors starring a Tintin lookalike, Jean-Pierre Talbot, but only the first one was entertaining.

Recently, it was an exciting conversation with Premjit Nath, on 13 November at 14:38Me: Yesterday I see both "The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn" and "Immortals" in 3D and my suggestion, attend them only in 3D the experience, just unforgettable!

The film will bore, I believe, those of us over 55.

However, being the purist that I am, I always find myself wanting to go back to the books themselves, as they are so much more entertaining (particularly with Snowy's dry comments).

The film feels jumbled and at times I felt like I was dragged kicking and screaming into the next bombastic and usually unnecessary set-piece.

I hadn't read a single comic book, watched a single cartoon or even encounter a piece of literature that bore the name "Tintin" as a child, so this was all new experience to me.

Boring and too much Spielberg .

Tintin the movie is in any way funny, action packed and interesting.

I thought they would have it be kind of funny and it seems like they did but its more of a very dry humor.

There is very little plot and almost no dialogue.

2)The storyline was compelling and fun.

This was simply one of the most visually stunning movies I have EVER seen.

If you are looking for a fun and exciting adventure story with excellent chase scenes and comical one liners with a tongue in cheek approach to the genre then you are in for a treat.

To kill a double controversy in the making, and like I've already read in a couple critics: Tintin has always been a "bland" character in the comics.

I feel bad saying this, but the character of Tintin is very bland.

This is an incredibly joyous, thrilling and comically genius adventure.

The adventure takes them all over the world, to different locations and landscapes, which are all visually exciting and provide for great action sequences.

Then in 2011, he went and directed the animated adventure "The Adventures of Tintin", based on the famed Belgium comics by artist Hergé and boy was it an exciting ride.

The adventures of Tintin is a thrilling and fun adventure movie, featuring some of the better use of Motion Caption.

I wasn't disappointed that they were old, heavens, no - I was disappointed that there were no more adventures of that intrepid reporter, his faithful dog, and his wide variety of friends and enemies that always makes for such an exciting read.

It is weaker when it comes to suspense, tension, plotting and characters and it is hard not to see those having an impact, but generally it is enjoyable for what it is.

The movie is incredibly smooth and wonderful looking, especially with its stunning backgrounds.

Some predictable things happen, and we are left uncaring and bored.

Its definitely got a lot that kids will enjoy, with quite a lot of slapstick, but there is a lot of long speeches that might be a bit confusing for the really young kids, i say maybe only take kids 10 and up to this one.

Captain Haddock works brilliantly for the most part: he's unpredictable, endearing, and colourful in all the ways Tintin himself isn't.

The story itself is essential fun, but wanton of unexpected thrills given the limited charm of the title character.

In fact,the movie in 3D format gives it you a more enjoyable experience.

I mean, how can you tell me that a drunk person can burp inside an empty airplane tank and give it enough fuel to continue almost as nothing happened and even after the same plane crashes into the desert, it continues to spin it's propeller although buried into the sand...

Some scenes, like when the three are lost at sea, are absolutely breathtaking and you may even be amazed what you're watching is animation.

Visually stunning, perfectly done & thoroughly entertaining .

After all, we need some knowhow as to why Tintin and Haddock meet, otherwise it is just confusing for all those people who haven't read a Tintin comic in their life.

Tintin may be the hero of the piece, but it's Haddock, Snowy and the two policemen who deliver the best lines, funniest gags and most memorable characters overall, just as in the comics: compared to them, Tintin himself remains fairly dull overall.

Plot - The story is a simple, kinda predictable crime story.

Despite this major advantage, they decided to rule out most laws of physics, a lot of mind boggling events almost shatter your intelligence.

Visually the movie was just stunning, Tintin, Snowy, Haddock and the other characters and their surroundings we're just so lifelike, it took me several minutes to become aware of the fact that this is a animationfilm just like Beowulf.

Overall this movie is a disaster -- a terrible waste of time, money and talent.

If all this reading has made you dull and hungry then I will offer you the plot thick as soup.

3- The visuals are ugly, OK the sets are cool, but the problem is about the character who are really boring and unbearable.

Film is action packed too and is actually funny.

The human motion, and particularly the facial expressions are absolutely spot on, the sweet spot of exaggerated realism which allows a very engaging performance by the actors ...

The voice performances made me care for their trouble and made the mystery engaging to be part of.

This is a magical and entertaining motion picture that only Steven Spielberg can make.

My last gripe is that the film seemed far too long, particularly towards the end.

Enjoy this fun and exciting movie.

There are two Scotland Yard detectives, Thompson and Thompson, who are too inept to be funny and then there's Captain Haddock, whose drunk act, proves ultimately tiresome.

Visually the movie is stunning.

It also includes some of the most breathtaking scenes since avatar with the action and adventure of Indiana Jones.

However, Spielberg and Jackson understand that Hergé's creation and most of the world outside Central Europe have not enjoyed a lengthy waltz, so this is more than just a film for Tintinologists, presenting newcomers with a fast-paced and deeply enjoyable adventure tale.

and the good thing is preservation of the spirit of universe of Tintin in a fascinating embroidery of stories, colors and breathless adventures.

For the first time since 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' has Steven Spielberg managed to make an action adventure film on an equally enjoyable level.

The exciting and stylish world of Tin Tin offers such delightful escapism, I think I will want visit it again.

Unleashing his inner-child taste for adventure, Spielberg conjures up some of the most thrilling action sequences you'll see this year.

The rest of the film enjoyable.

But, of course, at the hands of director Steven Spielberg the viewer was put through a long, drawn-out hell before he came to his senses and got to the story's point.

Don't waste your time or your money on this epic failure .

The range of face expressions are very limited and get boring from the start of the film.

The action-packed story is part pirate swashbuckler and part Indiana Jones adventure; the combination makes for a spectacular and exciting film with a sweet, smart, and very likable young man at its center.

Very enjoyable; retains the charm from the original comics .

Visually stunning, this movie lacks what makes the difference between a super movie and good one: a thrilling and clever storyline.

It's not a great film, but it has some fun action sequences and an entertaining story.

I found the voices and characterizations spot on, and Tintin himself along with Snowy captivating and enjoyable.

The film is very entertaining and the animation is remarkable.

Thankfully, the answer was positive, with the film turning out to be far more enjoyable than expected.

The Screenplay by Steven Moffat, Edgar Wright & Joe Cornish is fast-paced, humorous & enjoyable.

Although it is an exciting adventure, it also has a really entertaining storyline.

First and foremost, the animation is stunning.

The voice cast is phenomenal, delivering intense, dedicated performances.

) But the best thing about this film is that it respects the true essence of the source material, being an exciting adventure flick from beginning to end.

This makes it much more exciting and you really get to know how Tin Tin and Captain Haddock were in the old days.

The action packed scenes kept moving at a super-fast pace.

Visually the films stunning the attention to detail is brilliant.

Minus one point for the big headed Daniel Craig character and minus two points for the flat and cliché finish.

Enjoyable movie.

It is what it is, an entertaining popcorn movie.

For a person who never heard of Tintin before, I really enjoyed it and recommend it to everyone of any age!

Visuals are incredibly spectacular and it obviously makes the whole adventure exciting.

This looks like a landmark because the color rendition and the dynamic of the movements are not only realistic, but have a degree of representation that makes the whole picture look like truly enjoyable.

He keeps it big and exciting.

And if you are not that much into the leading, bleeding edge of computer animation, don't waste your time.

He was just a dull character, and not interesting enough to warrant an entire movie based around him.

Nice graphics but a terribly boring story line.

This film has no message, is painful to watch, boring and should be avoided at all costs.

To account for this unfortunate element of unpredictability, the writing team must have had to incorporate as many plot elements as they could, in order to make a story that is enjoyable even to the uninitiated.

There are many "cartoony" moments that seem un-fitting, and some off the over the top spectacle has clearly just been thrown in there in an attempt too impress us with ever more tiresome 3D.

Kudos to Steven Spielberg for remaining faithful to the original aesthetics and yet succeeding at shining at what he does best: making entertaining rememberable movies.

' The visual detail is so engrossing that it gave me goosebumps every other second that the story got lost in the milieu.

Its so bad you could fall asleep, the only thing good was the introduction with the paintings reminiscent of Tintin and in one scene tintin had just one bullet to take down an airplane that was so funny in a corny way.

a boring movie about a great comic book .

There were some parts in which I felt the movie dragged a bit.

""The Adventures of Tintin" is a great film for the family to be on the edge of their seats.

Some of it looks really stunning and some of the characters (well, Haddock) are fairly cartoony and work really well, while others are too realistic, and look a bit stiff and artificial (Tintin himself, Snowy, and the villain).

Who doesn't remember Gollum from the LOTR (in all the parodies, homages etc. his precious is never overlooked), the very believable chimp Ceasar from Rise of the planets of the Apes, which many of my friends and family thought was a trained ape and now the absolutely stunning show-stopping performance as Captain Haddock.

Directed by Steven Spielberg , The Adventures of Tin Tin is the exciting story about three antique model ships and their link with lost treasure .

I went into Tintin with great expectations, I intentionally ignored any trailers or reviews as I wanted to go into the film without any prejudice, unfortunately the film did not live up to my expectations, worse than that, I found it to be an utter bore.

Although it is an exciting adventure, it also has a really entertaining storyline.

The animation is excellent, sometimes breathtaking, and the 3D works well.

The movie is a tad slow-paced at times but for the most part it's pretty action packed.

There are several action scenes that make best use of the 3D involving an edge of your seat, riveting, roller-coaster ride of a chase.

Visually speaking, the animation is quite terrific, with stunning images of exotic locations, it has lots of good visual gags, like when a guy falls outside a pet shop and canary birds are circling around his head, and the transitions are innovative, like when Haddock's hand smoothly turns into the North African desert.

Secondly the writers deserve a great round of applause for making the story so engrossing, fast paced and entertaining.

The aspect of the film that made it so enjoyable was not the plot, soundtrack or even visuals, which were as fantastic as expected thanks to the technology of motion capture.

I don't want to be a spoiler but often there was just too much action and too much detail, and a couple of scenes just went on way too long.

Tintin is another kind of hero, many will find him bland or asexual but this have always been Tintin's personality, a sort of idealistic exaltation of youth's adventurous spirit, but whatever "boring" you'd fin in that Yin, you have the Yang in Captain Haddock's colorful personality, and both contribute to one of the greatest dynamics that structure the film.

The voice-over acting performances by the main leads, and the supporting roles as well, were quite entertaining if I do say so myself.

Not bad, but a bland adventure film .

If such scenes were toned down and given some semblance of reality along with being exciting, they would have worked better, in my opinion.

I found it boring to say the least.

I can't rate this as some users as a tin tin movie since I have little to no experience of the tin tin character but I can rate this a a family comedy, and it really was entertaining.

My favorite is a fascinating one-shot chase in Morroco.

It is too action packed and, for a first movie, the characters are not enough 'constructed' to me.

The motion-capture and 3-D enhance the action, ramp it up if you will so that you are immersed in the action and wondering at how life-like the characters are even though animated.

Intriguing and enjoyably fun (for the most part).

The technology: The opening sequence was a tribute to the original animated TV series, where Tintin seems to run pretty much everywhere, but seemed disjointed and odd.

Great plot + awesome action + breathtaking animation equals up to amazing movie.

A old-school action adventure in the vein of his earlier Indiana Jones movies, Steven Spielberg's 'Tintin' mixes action, humour and mystery into one thoroughly enjoyable ride .

RATING : See it in theaters If you're under 12, otherwise wait for the instant download (Rating System: "See it in theaters," "Wait for the instant download," "Don't waste your time")Tintin is a youthful reporter with lots of street cred.

The problem is that the "Secret of the Unicorn" is only the first opus of a two-part story, the second being "Red Rachkam Treasure", which happens to be one of the most exciting and escapist of all Tintin's adventures, one of the funniest, and MY personal favorite.

The motion capture sequences of the film were extraordinary, and the detail was breathtaking as well!

The very fact that a sequel is being made excites me, however, since this is a constantly enjoyable adventure movie, which does justice to Hergé's original comics.

In many ways, the movie resembles an Indiana Jones adventure: it is set in the same time frame (the 1940s) and there are a number of thrilling chase and fight scenes.

And rather repetitive at that.

This was somewhat of a gamble, as i usually avoid animation films (ratatouille, monsters inc and toy story apart), but im glad i took a punt on this one..it was awesome, the film is fast paced , the story gets ur interest from the very beginning and keeps it all the way until the end.

While the action may be more dynamic than what was in the Tintin comics, it is certainly fun and exciting.

"The Adventures of Tintin" is quintessentially the perfect family film: incredibly joyous, thrilling and comically genius adventure.

It just gets bogged down in so much, "been there, done that" territory, all the while spinning and whipping you around during long, increasingly boring attempts at "set pieces" where the camera seems to never stop flipping and turning and careening in and out of bubbles or reflections in swords or puddles and drawing faaaaar too much attention to each transition between nearly every shot!

The direction of the film is superb with Spielberg masterfully crafting an engrossing 2 hour old school action adventure movie, with heart, for audiences of every age by including enough stunning use of 3D/motion capture, sticking a few self-referential jokes here and there and most important of all, making it a fun, enjoyable film that will bring a smile to anybody watching.

Visually, dare I say, this movie was stunning.

The story was simple but I left the theater in the end wondering to myself as to why I couldn't wait to watch this at home and why did I spend 300 bucks to watch it.

I fell asleep.

A spectacular and engaging experience in computer enhanced animation based on tremendous motion capture trumps "Avatar" given its vastly superior story and likable characters.

Overall, the film is quite interesting and entertaining but becomes boring at certain times and almost can't create a real sense of mystery, suspense and adventure.

My uncle is a really, really snappy dresser but one of the most boring public speakers that I've ever heard even though he looks good.

The characters are themselves, the action is thrilling, the humor a mix of slapstick and sharp wit.

I was bored.

I love good action, but sometimes they can get boring after a while and after so much action, I really needed to catch my breath.

It's artful, engaging, fascinating, and wonderful to behold.