Critic Review -

Noisy, repetitive and obnoxious, The Adventures of Tintin's sensory overload is somehow blindingly dull. The barrage of onscreen overstimulation will keep kids glued to their seats, but won't make them care about or cherish the characters.

December 29, 2011 Full Review Source: | Comments (4)


Jay Lloyd

Jay Lloyd

It's a movie! "Care about or Cherish" the characters??

Dec 29 - 11:43 AM

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Joe MustChangenName

and you glouis , must be an american, such effing hypocrites

Jan 15 - 03:40 AM


Joe MustChangenName

Cherish me! Oh we need to be so cherished. It's entertainning, an animated comedy! Duh!

Jan 15 - 03:36 AM


Miles Bader

It's an especially silly review given the nature of the source material.

I'm a huge fan of Herge's Tintin, but it's not known for the depth of its characterization; pretty much all of the original characters (including Tintin) are very shallow, if likeable, caricatures. If anything, the movie's characters are more subtle and fleshed out!

Jan 27 - 05:06 PM

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