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Been listening to a lot of movie soundtracks lately, and not gonna lie, The Adventures of Tintin (2011) had such a phenomenal soundtrack and it was such an underrated film! @andylovesapples Andy Walker Videos and pictures

Been listening to a lot of movie soundtracks lately, and not gonna lie, The Adventures of Tintin (2011) had such a phenomenal soundtrack and it was such an underrated film!

“It was Allan. He knobbled me in the garden, and then there was a bottle of alcohol and...”
“There always is.”

Tintin isn’t really a character, but I do love that “The Adventures of Tintin” makes him just a little bit of a prick to Haddock rather than a sympathetic ear. @Darren_Mooney Darren Mooney Videos and pictures

“It was Allan. He knobbled me in the garden, and then there was a bottle of alcohol and...” “There always is.” Tintin isn’t really a character, but I do love that “The Adventures of Tintin” makes him just a little bit of a prick to Haddock rather than a sympathetic ear.

“The Adventures of Tintin” employs a variety of transitions and shots that would be impossible in a conventional live action film.

Spielberg relishes playing with the possibilities in this new toy box, which is remarkable for a filmmaker of his age. @Darren_Mooney Darren Mooney Videos and pictures

“The Adventures of Tintin” employs a variety of transitions and shots that would be impossible in a conventional live action film. Spielberg relishes playing with the possibilities in this new toy box, which is remarkable for a filmmaker of his age.

Indeed, for all that “The Adventures of Tintin” is a rip-roaring boy’s own adventure, there’s something surprisingly sweet in how the film treats Haddock’s alcoholism, particularly in the context of a family film.

He’s introducing as a genuinely sad and self-loathing creature. @Darren_Mooney Darren Mooney Videos and pictures

Indeed, for all that “The Adventures of Tintin” is a rip-roaring boy’s own adventure, there’s something surprisingly sweet in how the film treats Haddock’s alcoholism, particularly in the context of a family film. He’s introducing as a genuinely sad and self-loathing creature.

Just remembered the time Hergé had a cameo appearance in The Adventures of Tintin. @Leehambones Liam Jay Videos and pictures

Just remembered the time Hergé had a cameo appearance in The Adventures of Tintin.

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“Captain, you're hallucinating.”
“Look. Did you ever see a more beautiful sight? She's turning into the wind, all sails set. Triple masted. Double decks. Fifty guns.”

Throughout the film, Spielberg plays with the possibilities of virtual filmmaking with boyish enthusiasm. @Darren_Mooney Darren Mooney Videos and pictures

“Captain, you're hallucinating.” “Look. Did you ever see a more beautiful sight? She's turning into the wind, all sails set. Triple masted. Double decks. Fifty guns.” Throughout the film, Spielberg plays with the possibilities of virtual filmmaking with boyish enthusiasm.

So while Haddock often played the role of comic relief, he was also the character who grew and evolved over the books, actually developing an arc.

At certain points, Haddock could even appear more humanist and compassionate than Tintin’s detached and wandering reporter. @Darren_Mooney Darren Mooney Videos and pictures

So while Haddock often played the role of comic relief, he was also the character who grew and evolved over the books, actually developing an arc. At certain points, Haddock could even appear more humanist and compassionate than Tintin’s detached and wandering reporter.

Most obviously, the audience also sees the caricature of Tintin before the computer-rendered version, which also helps the audience see where the film is pitching itself.

It’s a very clever sleight of hand from Spielberg, who is genuinely playful in “The Adventures of Tintin.” @Darren_Mooney Darren Mooney Videos and pictures

Most obviously, the audience also sees the caricature of Tintin before the computer-rendered version, which also helps the audience see where the film is pitching itself. It’s a very clever sleight of hand from Spielberg, who is genuinely playful in “The Adventures of Tintin.”

In fact, you could make solid argument that - if “Catch Me If You Can” is Spielberg’s most Scorsese-inflected film - then “Hugo” is similarly Scorsese tipping his hat to Spielberg.

Even consider the introductory long-take Scorsese uses in “Hugo”, to capture Spielbergian wonder. @Darren_Mooney Darren Mooney Videos and pictures

In fact, you could make solid argument that - if “Catch Me If You Can” is Spielberg’s most Scorsese-inflected film - then “Hugo” is similarly Scorsese tipping his hat to Spielberg. Even consider the introductory long-take Scorsese uses in “Hugo”, to capture Spielbergian wonder.

For a family film, “The Adventures of Tintin” is surprisingly emotionally invested in Haddock’s journey towards sobriety.

It imbues the character with a dignity that allows the audience to root for his struggle against his addiction. @Darren_Mooney Darren Mooney Videos and pictures

For a family film, “The Adventures of Tintin” is surprisingly emotionally invested in Haddock’s journey towards sobriety. It imbues the character with a dignity that allows the audience to root for his struggle against his addiction.

“Run him over!”

It’s also notable that the first *big* action scene in “The Adventures of Tintin” unfolds from Snowy’s perspective as he follows the men who have abducted Tintin.

It feels like Spielberg is really having fun in a way that many of his 21st century films don’t. @Darren_Mooney Darren Mooney Videos and pictures

“Run him over!” It’s also notable that the first *big* action scene in “The Adventures of Tintin” unfolds from Snowy’s perspective as he follows the men who have abducted Tintin. It feels like Spielberg is really having fun in a way that many of his 21st century films don’t.

Our #podcast episode on The Adventures of Tintin comes out this Wednesday! The 2011 film is based on these three volumes in the #Tintin series! 🕵️‍♂️🐶🧭⚓🏜️🛩️🔦📝📰🔍⚔️ @CovertoCredits Cover to Credits Videos and pictures

Our #podcast episode on The Adventures of Tintin comes out this Wednesday! The 2011 film is based on these three volumes in the #Tintin series! 🕵️‍♂️🐶🧭⚓🏜️🛩️🔦📝📰🔍⚔️

Next Wednesday we release our #podcast episode on The Adventures of Tintin! Have you read this popular comic series? 🕵️‍♂️🐶🧭⚓🏜️🛩️🔦📝📰🔍⚔️ @CovertoCredits Cover to Credits Videos and pictures

Next Wednesday we release our #podcast episode on The Adventures of Tintin! Have you read this popular comic series? 🕵️‍♂️🐶🧭⚓🏜️🛩️🔦📝📰🔍⚔️

In this sense, it’s notable that “The Adventures of Tintin” came out the same Christmas as “Hugo.”

Like “The Adventures of Tintin”, “Hugo” finds another Movie Brat playing with new-fangled digital and 3D technology with infectious enthusiasm. @Darren_Mooney Darren Mooney Videos and pictures

In this sense, it’s notable that “The Adventures of Tintin” came out the same Christmas as “Hugo.” Like “The Adventures of Tintin”, “Hugo” finds another Movie Brat playing with new-fangled digital and 3D technology with infectious enthusiasm.

“Find them! Make absolutely certain they never reach Bagghar!”

“The Adventures of Tintin” is a loose adaptation of “The Secret of the Unicorn” and “The Crab With Golden Claws”, and it works reasonably well as feature film.

However, it does have a bit of a villain problem. @Darren_Mooney Darren Mooney Videos and pictures

“Find them! Make absolutely certain they never reach Bagghar!” “The Adventures of Tintin” is a loose adaptation of “The Secret of the Unicorn” and “The Crab With Golden Claws”, and it works reasonably well as feature film. However, it does have a bit of a villain problem.

The whole point of these sorts of technologies is to enable creativity and imagination, to allow filmmakers to realise things inside their head that could never be rendered physically.

It’s disappointing that so few filmmakers native to the form truly exploit it. @Darren_Mooney Darren Mooney Videos and pictures

The whole point of these sorts of technologies is to enable creativity and imagination, to allow filmmakers to realise things inside their head that could never be rendered physically. It’s disappointing that so few filmmakers native to the form truly exploit it.

@ArtMindMachine I'm never quite been able to figure out what my favorite movie cause it tends to change often, but a few I do love are The Adventures of Tintin, The Greatest Game Ever Played and We Bought A Zoo. @firelight320 Firelight320 Videos and pictures

@ArtMindMachine I'm never quite been able to figure out what my favorite movie cause it tends to change often, but a few I do love are The Adventures of Tintin, The Greatest Game Ever Played and We Bought A Zoo.

This situates the audience in the cartoonish action, but also delays the showing of the characters’ faces until quite late in the sequence.

The exception, of course, is the photorealistic Herge, who exists in a different and less cartoonish art style. @Darren_Mooney Darren Mooney Videos and pictures

This situates the audience in the cartoonish action, but also delays the showing of the characters’ faces until quite late in the sequence. The exception, of course, is the photorealistic Herge, who exists in a different and less cartoonish art style.

It’s very interesting that “The Adventures of Tintin” was the first movie that Spielberg made after “Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.”

It feels very much like a second attempt at revisiting Indiana Jones for the director, a do-over from the director. @Darren_Mooney Darren Mooney Videos and pictures

It’s very interesting that “The Adventures of Tintin” was the first movie that Spielberg made after “Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.” It feels very much like a second attempt at revisiting Indiana Jones for the director, a do-over from the director.

#RemembranceDay #Netherlands all flags at half mast today. @tinfresh Adventures of Tintin Videos and pictures

#RemembranceDay #Netherlands all flags at half mast today.

“Mister Tintin is most particular about not admitting guests after bedtime.”

Tintin lives the dream.

No social life. No girlfriend. No vices. No hobbies. No friends. Just a job that is his life.

And he can still only afford renting an apartment. Although it is pretty nice. @Darren_Mooney Darren Mooney Videos and pictures

“Mister Tintin is most particular about not admitting guests after bedtime.” Tintin lives the dream. No social life. No girlfriend. No vices. No hobbies. No friends. Just a job that is his life. And he can still only afford renting an apartment. Although it is pretty nice.

With the release of “The Adventures of Tintin”, “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo”, “Hugo” and “Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol”, the Christmas of 2011 was a pretty great movie Christmas.

Even if we didn’t necessarily value all of them at the time. @Darren_Mooney Darren Mooney Videos and pictures

With the release of “The Adventures of Tintin”, “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo”, “Hugo” and “Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol”, the Christmas of 2011 was a pretty great movie Christmas. Even if we didn’t necessarily value all of them at the time.

The wonderful long take at the climax of “The Adventures of Tintin” is stunning, even knowing it was rendered inside a computer.

It’s a testament to Spielberg’s craft that the geography and spatial logic of the sequence holds together as perfectly as it does. @Darren_Mooney Darren Mooney Videos and pictures

The wonderful long take at the climax of “The Adventures of Tintin” is stunning, even knowing it was rendered inside a computer. It’s a testament to Spielberg’s craft that the geography and spatial logic of the sequence holds together as perfectly as it does.