Animated Action Adventure - This is a motion capture animated action-adventure based on the popular comic. While generally suited to a family audience, some action scenes and dark visuals may be too intense for young children. Frequent alcohol drinking may be of concern to parents.
OPINION OVERVIEW The following is the original "What's Worth
Watching" write-up for this movie.
Based on a theater exit polling of 68 moviegoers:
CHILDREN: They all loved "Tin Tin," very much with most giving it their highest rating.
TEENS:Great reviews from nearly everyone. Most enjoyed it very much with many loving it. Only a few were somewhat disappointed.
TWENTYSOMETHINGS:Two of the three males loved it with the third one rating it average. The two females didn't care much for it only rating it as average.
ADULTS:Both the male and female reviews are very similar. Most enjoyed it very much with two-thirds loving it. Only a relatively small percentage rated it as low as average.
The story follows the unquenchably curious young reporter Tintin (Jamie
Bell) and his fiercely loyal dog Snowy as they discover a model ship carrying an
explosive secret. Drawn into a centuries-old mystery, Tintin finds himself in
the sightlines of Ivan Ivanovitch Sakharine (Daniel Craig), a diabolical villain
who believes Tintin has stolen a priceless treasure tied to dastardly pirate
named Red Rackham. But with the help of his dog Snowy, the salty, cantankerous
Captain Haddock (Andy Serkis) and the bumbling detectives Thompson & Thomson
(Simon Pegg and Nick Frost), Tintin will travel half the world, outwitting and
outrunning his enemies in a breathless chase to find the final resting place of
The Unicorn, a shipwreck that may hold the key to vast fortune . . . and a
From the high seas to the sands of North African deserts, every new twist and
turn sweeps Tintin and his friends to escalating levels of thrills and peril,
proving that when you dare to risk everything, there's no limit to what you can