Hey thanks for the mention! Despite some initial misgivings I saw Spielberg’s Tintin and had a lot of fun.
Take the first half of “Temple of Doom” and filter it through the technology and storytelling of Pixar’s “Up” and Cameron’s “Avatar”. I loved those movies and “Tintin” will probably sit alongside all of these on my video shelf. The movie brilliantly captures the humor, heart, and thrilling adventure of the original comic strips. Andy Serkis, Simon Pegg, and Nick Frost turned out some brilliant and captivating performances.
The movie has a few distracting flaws. I did not care for certain aspects of the 3-D character designs and there were a few parts where the script went completely off the rails, but they much more stuff right. Given the quirks in the original comics and the nature of adapting a weekly comic strip format to blockbuster family film I’m willing to accept a lot of the changes they’ve made. Most of which were very clever, appropriate and respectful of the source material.
I could go on and onbut that might get me going into spoilers territory. I’d be happy to go into more detail or even join you guys on an upcoming podcast and give it a solid discussion.
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