The Adventures of Tintin: Movie Review - P3 Enter10ments

The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn

Animation, Action, Adventure

Adventurous story of a young reporter Tintin who discovers the secrets behind Unicorn.

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Release Date:
Oct 25, 2011, 6:30:00 PM

The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn Movie Review:

The story is about a young reporter Tintin (Jamie Bell), whose best friend is his faithful dog Snowy, who also accompanies him. This little reporter once while shopping at an outdoor market purchased a model that looks like an old legendary pirate ship called the Unicorn. 

An aggressive buyer called Sakharine (Daniel Craig) approached him to buy the model and afterwards Barnaby (Joe Starr) also tried to buy the model from the little boy, but Tintin denied. Tintin later on came to know that the ship has something that relates to a hidden treasure, but before he could find out about that, he was kidnapped and handed over to drunken Capt. Haddock (Andy Serkis).

The star cast includes Daniel Craig, Jamie Bell, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Andy Serkis. Talking about the visual effects and the animation, they have done well as compared to any other motion-capture films. They are excellent animated cinematography and creativity. The action part, especially those parts on the Unicorn are very impressive. Swings, jumps and shooting were too good over the whole movie. The voice behinds every characters are well deserved. The music of the movie has complimented it so well.

The viewers can find the movie full of comedy and action till the end. Apart from this, the secret behind the Unicorn has been created very well and it binds the viewers till the conclusion. Those who love to see adventure; this movie delivers in real sense the true adventure and curiosity. The movie is not supposed to be just for children but for all ages. The director Steven Spielberg has given his 100% to make the cartoon character alive. The movie is a complete entertaining one. 

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