The Adventures Of Tintin, animated and in 3D hops into our local cinemas this week. I had the opportunity to catch the premiere screening courtesy of Nuffnang last Wednesday over at GSC Midvalley. I have to admit, I'm pretty biased towards this movie, in a good way as I grew up reading Tintin's comics when I was a kid. I may not fully understand the comics at that time, but it was really entertaining.
|The Adventures Of Tintin 3D|
This round, we were treated to a round of movie in 3D, not that I'm extremely fond of 3D because to me, the 3D spectacles were rather hard to wear. It was cool though to watch The Adventures Of Tintin in full 3D animation glory. I arrived just in time to catch up with some friends and bloggers before the movie started.
|The 3 pretty Nuffies and Churpies, Mike, Farah and Anne.|
Coming back to the movie, The Adventures of Tintin tells the tale of the boyish faced young journalist Tintin with his smart dog Snowy going on yet another very cool adventure. While browsing in an outdoor market, Tintin buys a model of a three-masted sailing ship, the Unicorn, for a good price, but that is when the trouble starts. We see Tintin going all around the world with Haddock, a rather awesome drunkard captain on their quest to find out what the mysterious scroll, Unicorn and what has Haddock's heritage got to do with it.
|Beautiful realistic animation|
|Haddock, the drunkard captain|
Anything from Steven Spielberg is bound to be good, and true to his legacy, The Adventures of Tintin is a really entertaining and good watch. We see lots of chasing, running, tripping, punching and even an aeroplane acrobatics scene. Through the animation, one will easily get absorbed into Tintin's immersive world of adventures. Apart from the fact that I feel Snowy the dog is smarter than Tintin in this movie, I would rate The Adventures of Tintin a 7/10. Catch it soon, and tell me what you think.
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