Steven Spielberg’s The Adventures of Tintin (2011) Movie Review

Cast: Jamie Bell, Andy Serkis, Daniel Craig, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Toby Jones
Director: Steven Spielberg
Music Director: John Williams
Watched in 3D at Prasadz, Hyderabad
Runtime: 150 Minutes
Censor Certificate: U

Tintin, the fearless young realistic reporter, and his pet dog Snowy, go on an adventure where they help the drunkard Captain Haddock, in reclaiming his hereditary treasure. In the process, the three defeats the evil designs of the villainous Sakharine. Is the remaining story-line. Movie starts off good but lags a lot in between and ends up casually. Spielberg failed to establish the characters. That’s how movie misses the soul and much required entertainment from characters. Jamie Bell (Tintin) and Andy Serkis (Haddock) were very well, remaining cast supported them well. Good Graphics (Motion Capture, Animation) and Music are the positives of the movie. To all the dudes who are planning to watch Tintin in 3D better skip as 3D makes movie look Dull, Very dull. Overall, Tintin is worth a watch for fans, remaining can wait for its Home Edition.

Survi Review: 2/5 (Missing the Spielberg Touch)

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