The Adventure of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn (2011)
Title: The Adventure of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn
Genre: Action| Animation |
Runtime: 107 min
Director: Steven Spielberg
Starring: Jamie Bell, Andy Serkis, Daniel Craig
FÖR MYCKET EFFEKTER OCH LITE HANDLING
Tintin (Jamie Bell) gets help from Haddock (Andy Serkis) to solve the mystery. Haddock has grave alcohol problems and it feels humbly that it should occur in such a fallen children’s story. He is the reporter’s opposition, he screams and roars and cruels and swears. Ivan Savarin (Daniel Craig) has the rogue in this freak. Savarin and Haddock’s parents joined the ship and the villain has now chosen to take revenge.
With Steven Spielberg as director and Peter Jackson as producer as well as Andy Serkis in the male roleroll, expectations for every day to the first ten are fulfilled. But when the captions roll up on the living room, I do not really understand what happened. Half the movie is paced, different things happen, there are incredible action scenes and with 3D, that effect is increased. About the half of the movie is wonderful, you are enjoying and feeling the experience the movie team offers, but in the final minutes the pace stops and you feel suspicious of the whole movie.
This movie is a long roller coaster that never ends before the discussions and the ending. It is probably very interesting for all Tintin’s lovers out there, I have not grown up with the Belgian journalist. Yet, it’s a memorable movie and has many great moments. So the best thing is to see it if you like adventure movies with humor, action and brilliant acting.