The Adventures of Tintin (The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn)

Directed by: Steven Spielberg

Produced by: Peter Jackson
Steven Spielberg
Kathleen Kennedy

Screenplay by: Steven Moffat
Edgar Wright
Joe Cornish

Based on: The Adventures of Tintin by

Starring: Jamie Bell as Tintin
Andy Serkis as Captain Haddock
Simon Pegg and Nick Frost as Thompson & Thompson
Daniel Craig as Ivanovitch Sakharine

Music by: John Williams

Release date: December 21, 2011

From Oscar winning director, Steven Spielberg comes the 3D animated version of Belgian artist Hergé’s iconic character – Tintin. In his new film, produced by Peter Jackson, and written by Steven Moffat, Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish, Steven Spielberg recounts the story of Tintin and Captain Haddock who have set on a secret treasure hunt for a sunken ship commanded by Haddock’s ancestor. But there are others who are in search for mysterious ship as well.  Learn about Tintin’s turbulent pursuit for the final resting place of The Unicorn – the shipwreck that will answer all the treasure queries. Joining him on the adventure is his dog Snowy and the clumsy detectives Thompson & Thompson.

Comments (3)

  1. Nabil Théophile says:

    There are a lot of actions in this film even if sometimes the movie is long.
    The ship and castle are well-done. Special effects are very very good.
    Animated characters are a very good mix between reality and comics.And “Jamie Bell ” is a good actor
    Haddock’s memory comes back little by little, it creates suspense.
    The historical context is very good.
    The movie is quite similar to the comic strips.
    We like that the good ones win in the end, it’s a happy end.
    We recommend the film to teenagers, adults and Tintin’s fans.

  2. Doussou , Flora says:

    The films is sometimes repetitive but there are a lot of actions and the film is good because Haddock remembers his family story even if he is drunk. Tintin seems too young but he is a good actor. Special effects are well-done ,but the animated film is bizarre since there is a mix between real objects and “false” characters. We like the happy end : the good ones win in the end. There is also suspense because there will be another episode.

  3. The movie is long sometimes because there are lots of repetitions.
    The settings are well-made and colored.
    The story takes place at two different times : nowadays and at the pirats’ time.
    Haddock’s character is well-made and he is also very funny.
    Tintin’s hair and clothes are well-made but he looks too young.
    The special effects are not very realistic but we liked when Haddock lighted a fire on the little boat. It’s not a complete story, it’s strange because at the end of the film we already know there will be a second episode. There’s no surprise anymore .We enjoyed the end because Sakharine was arrested by the policemen.

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