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The Adventures of Tintin is one of Spielberg's most underrated films. I really feel like Spielberg is going back to his roots with this film (the whole movie feels like one big homage to Indiana Jones). Spielberg also takes full use of the animation and does things that simply wouldn't be possible with live action. All of the performances are great, but the stand out star for me is Andy Serkis as Captain Haddock!
At first the animation was way to realistic for my comfort but after watching it i realized it is a beautiful adaptation of some of my favorite childhood stories!! Nice references and nice vibes esp good if you hold a nice connection to the original stories however enjoyable for all audiences
Still my favourite of Spielberg's 2011 output. In the era of Marvel's laughable 'realistic' looking comic-book adaptations, Tintin without any magic or super-technology shines unafraid of its source material, and by pure creativity of it's action sequences, the way scenes transition into the next, visually creative gags, and solid sound effects.
Some spectacular parts: classic opening credits, faux-single take action setpieces (the Moroccan port chase in particular), snappy lines, a fantastic canaries gag, stunningly rendered mocap (trust Spielberg to show up his protégé Zemeckis!), but it never satisfyingly gels. Yes, Tintin is a bland cipher, and the ending is more downer than cliffhanger, but as breathless spectacle it needed more life.