“Paramount Pictures and Columbia Pictures Present a 3D Motion Capture Film The Adventures of Tintin directed by Steven Spielberg from a screenplay by Steven Moffat and Edgar Wright & Joe Cornish. Starring Jamie Bell as Tintin, the intrepid young reporter whose relentless pursuit of a good story thrusts him into a world of high adventure, and Daniel Craig as the nefarious Red Rackham.”
The previews for The Adventures of Tintin looked exciting and we couldn’t wait to see it. My husband, myself, 12 year old C, and Bug went to see it at an advanced screening. The kids were beyond thrilled. Then when we arrived and found out it was in 3D they were even more excited.
12 year old C’s review:
“I thought The Adventures of Tintin was a great movie with a lot of action mystery and a really cute dog. The 3D was really great, you should see it in 3D. My favorite part was when snowy tripped over the box and then the guys trip. I laughed a lot and thought the detectives were really funny, they are not very smart and it’s funny to watch. I really liked the motorcycle part where they are riding down the hill through the town. It was awesome! It was a 10/10 movie for me. Actually the best movie EVER!”
4 year old Bug’s review:
“I love it. I like when he says “Nobody takes my ship”. I like when they swing the car around, it’s cool. I like when they fight. I like the pirate ship parts. I liked wearing glasses at the movie (referring to the 3D glasses). I liked eating popcorn while I watched the movie. I really want to buy it when it comes out.”
Both kids loved the movie. My 4 year old was glued and watched the whole movie, which is a big deal for him. My husband and I also really enjoyed the film. We both agree that the 3D and animation is AMAZING! There were times when it looked so real to me that I actually forgot that it was animated. They looked like real people. I was in awe because of this. It is the BEST 3D and animated film I have ever seen. It was packed with action and adventure as well as had a good story line that keeps your interest the whole time. This is the must see family film of the year. In fact I say it’s the best animated film of 2011, hands down. If you see any movie this over the holiday break make sure it’s The Adventures of Tintin. And be sure to see it in 3D, it’s incredible.
Rated PG. For more info visit: www.tintin.com
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