Spielberg's 'Tintin' hugs the child within

  • Article by: COLIN COVERT , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 21, 2011 - 1:53 PM

REVIEW: His animation debut finds the era's most successful director back in fine form. Star Tribune movie critic Colin Covert gives the movie four stars.

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luzhishenDec. 21, 1112:13 PM

After seeing the trailer with the Indiana Jones-style chase scene, I can only imagine what Spielberg would do to "Goodnight Moon". I'm not the only Tintin fan who thinks that the photo-realistic style alone is just wrong. I assume the film is good for what it is but I wish there could be a way to keep Hollywood from strip-mining Tintin, Winnie-the-Pooh, Dr. Seuss, etc. and other works that they view as franchises. Guardian UK has another review worth checking out.

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Mister_EDec. 21, 11 2:00 PM

After a preview screening, what I found unnecessary in this TINTIN is the 3D. I removed my glasses frequently and -- except for the fuzziness of the 3D process -- found it seldom made a significant difference. The photorealistic style give dimension to the flat illustration -the additional 3D is too much icing on the cake.

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