The Adventures of Tintin

The Adventures of Tintin

Intrepid young reporter, Tintin and his loyal dog, Snowy are thrust into a world of high adventure when they discover a ship carrying an explosive secret. As Tintin is drawn into a centuries-old mystery, Ivan Ivanovitch Sakharine suspects him of stealing a priceless treasure. Tintin and Snowy, with the help of salty, cantankerous Captain Haddock and bumbling detectives, Thompson & Thomson, travel half the world, one step ahead of their enemies as Tintin endeavors to find The Unicorn, a sunken ship that may hold a vast fortune, but also an ancient curse.

Young journalist Tintin and his dog Snowy are thrusted into a world of high adventure when hunting for a sunken ship commanded by Haddock's ancestor and preventing Sakharine from obtaining all three scrolls. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Matthew M (nl) wrote: A movie even worse than Don Bluth's A Troll in Central Park, The Oogieloves are what vacuums are to dogs and cats. To quote Roger Ebert: "I hated it. Hate, hate, hated it."

Annukka P (kr) wrote: Kyllhn tt katsoi (vaikkakin vain sivusilmll), mutta ei tst juuri mitn kteen jnyt. Colin Firth ja Heather Graham olivat taas sympaattisia, mutta se ei kai viel ihan riit.

Mike B (it) wrote: Beautiful cinematography narrarates this visual poem.In contrast to the creative selection of focal points and movie magic employed to, say, transform Pittsburgh into Gotham City for "The Dark Knight Rises", "Down by Law" makes extensive use of long, panning sequences that makes no effort to conceal flaws inherent to the setting. Pleasing visual symmetry is irregularly punctuated by signs of depravity, dilapidation and chaos; order and disorder, civilization and wilderness coexist without apparent contradiction. The unhurried pace of these shots might border on supercilious bluster, were they not so hypnotically captivating. That the virgin beauty of the Louisiana bayou lends itself to such treatment is perhaps unsurprising. Striking, however, is how seamlessly the same meandering cadence translates to backdrops of urban squalor. Like a silent accomplice to Roberto Benigni's live-in-the moment character, these sequences eschew any quixotic concept of perfection, embracing instead the moment, the here and now; perceived flaws are inherently integral to beauty, not a diminishing element. Valuing reality over introverted conceit is, not coincidently, the very lesson bequeathed to foward-looking Jack and backward-looking Zack by lighthearted, vivacious Roberto. "Bob Frost", to say nothing of Walt Whitman, would approve wholeheartedly.

Walter C (ag) wrote: I think there is about five pages of dialogue in this movie. This is a movie about racing and the racing is filmed well which is good when seventy percent of the movie is cars racing along a track during different times of the day and sometimes in rain.

Cally M (us) wrote: It got me. I always see it coming, but this one got me. Got me good.

Dylan G (kr) wrote: Who really thought this would be funny? F

Sen C (us) wrote: A misunderstood classic western. Marilyn was never more beautiful