• NEWS  • AWARDS  • IN THEATERS  • MOVIES  • TV SERIES  • BOX-OFFICE REPORT  • DVD & BLU-RAY •
• REVIEWS  • SOUNDTRACKS  • MUSIC ALBUMS  • VIDEO GAMES  • WEEKLY SUMMARY •

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

In Theaters : THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN (2011)

Official Synopsis : DreamWorks presents this computer-animated motion-capture adaptation of Georges Remi’s beloved Tintin comic strip in this first installment of a planned trilogy. Steven Spielberg handles direction duties on the initial film, which is set to be followed by a second film helmed by Peter Jackson, who shares producing duties on the films along with Spielberg and Kathleen Kennedy. Jamie Bell provides the voice of Tintin, with Daniel Craig, Andy Serkis, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, and Toby Jones heading up the rest of the cast. Edgar Wright, Joe Cornish, and Steven Moffat provide the screenplay.

Genre: Action, Adventure, Animation

What to Expect : A thrilling adventure that I personally consider Spielberg's return to the days of Indiana Jones' adventures. In fact, this should have been the fourth Indiana Jones movie. The animation is excellent and the motion capture and 3D are more than just gimmicks in Spielberg's hands.

Critical Response : Positive. Critics had a lot of fun watching "The Adventures of Tintin", a movie they consider to be creative, brilliantly conceived and executed and an overall old-fashioned treat that far exceeds the usual motion capture animation features. Rated 75% from 124 positive and 42 negative reviews.

More Details : 

  • Starring : Jamie Bell, Andie Serkis, Simon Pegg, Daniel Craig, Toby Jones.

  • Director : Steven Spielberg.

  • Screenplay : Steven Moffat ("Doctor Who"), Edgar Wright ("Shaun of the Dead"), Joe Cornish ("Attack the Block").

  • Running Time : 107 min.

  • Rating :  PG for adventure action violence, some drunkenness and brief smoking.

Multimedia Content:

TRAILER







No comments:

Post a Comment

Please keep the comments as civilized as possible, and refrain from spamming. All comments will be moderated. Thank you !