Adventures of Tintin 3D Movie Reviews
User reviews on Adventures of Tintin 3D
I really loved this film and I highly recommend seeing it in the theaters. I did not expect that I will like this film this much but I had a great time watching it. I saw the film in 3D and it was wonderful, Spielberg sure knows how to use 3D technology in a way that it is not annoying but it enhances the experience. Motion-capture technology used by Spielberg is also amazing and it is intimidating how talented he is. The film is full of action and it is very fun to watch, i do have to say that there was a bit too much of gunfire in this interpretation but everything else was amazing. Overall, it is a great film to see with your family, I guarantee your family will love this film.
I was a bit disappointed with this film because I am a big fan of the original and I did not like Spielberg’s interpretation of it. I saw the film in 3D and I felt really dizzy after, there was way too much going on in the film and the constant motion was making me nausous. Speilberg definitely took the full advantage of motion-capture and 3D technology but in the process lost the essence of the book. It was a challenge for me to keep up with the film and I felt like I did when I was watching “Raiders of the Lost Ark”. The film does look spectacular and it is a wonder how far the motion-capture technology has come but i felt that the characters still did not seem human and lacked soul. Overall, I think a lot of people will love this film but i was not pleased.
This was a wonderful film and I highly recommend seeing it in the theaters in 3D. I like how Spielberg interpreted this film and made it his own and fun for everyone to watch. I could not stop thinking how amazing motion-capture technology is and Spielberg really mastered it in this film. I think that the film was charming and witty and very entertaining. You will definitely not going to have any time to be bored because the film is very fast paced and there is a lot going on. The characters in the film are well developed and likable and I think this film has to be seen in 3D (unless you can not handle the constant motion). Overall, it is a great film to see with your family over the Holidays.