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The Adventures Of TinTin: Secret Of The Unicorn: Triple Play (2 Discs) (Blu-ray)

Released on 19 March 2012

Featuring: Jamie Bell, Simon Pegg & Daniel Craig

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: PG

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From Academy Award-winning filmmakers Steven Spielberg* and Peter Jackson comes the epic adventures of Tintin.

Racing to uncover the secrets of a sunken ship that may hold a vast fortune - but also an ancient curse - Tintin and his loyal dog Snowy embark on an action-packed journey around the world.


  • 'Triple Play Edition' includes the movie on 3 formats: Blu-ray, DVD & Digital Copy!

  • Toasting Tintin: Part
  • The Journey To Tintin
  • The World Of Tintin
  • The Who's Who Of Tintin
  • Tintin: Conceptual Design
  • Tintin: In The Volume
  • Snowy: From Beginning To End Animating Tintin
  • Tintin: The Score
  • Collecting Tintin
  • Toasting Tintin: Part 2
  • DVD:
  • The Journey to Tintin
  • Snowy: From Beginning To End

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 'A FAMILY FRIENDLY 'ADVENTURE' TO ENJOY'

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'two great names in the film-making world, 'steven spielberg' and 'peter jackson' join forces to bring a 'computer generated animated family adventure to the screen.
'tintin' and his faithful dog 'snowy' are on the trail of sunken treasure.
the clues lie within the three models that were made of the 50 gun ship 'the unicorn'
however to make sense of the clues, the surviving desendant of the 'unicorn' 'captain haddock' has to remember the tales he'd been told down the years.
it's not going to be easy as a decendant of the unicorns captain's enemy is out to beat 'tintin' and 'captain haddock' to the prize, he also wants revenge on the 'haddock' family member for what had happened in the past.
great fun,great family friendly adventure ''for all'' ....enjoy

 A very enjoyable film!

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Tintin is a great film that's perfect for families. The film is good, a little bit funny but the best part of this is the action ste pieces! The bike chase is just truly incredible. The film does also look amazing! This is a good film, check it out.

 It's Indiana Jones, for kids!

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Before he died in 1983, Tintin creator Herge pegged Steven Spielberg as the director worthiest of adapting his work. You can see how the Belgian writer and artist would've pictured it the cliffhanging kicks of Indiana Jones sweetened with the winsome wonder of Close Encounters and E.T. He probably didn't hope for a replay of 1941's knockabout chaos. Although Spielberg's latest isn't down there with his biggest bomb. But there are times when its manic ghost haunts his animated epic. Herge's original comic books tend to alternate wodges of exposition with fits of action. Spielberg's version heavily favours the latter, which sounds promising in theory, who needs another blockbuster that's two thirds characters explaining stuff to one another? But in practice means a movie that doesn't quite know when to ease off the pedal. It's a mash up of three '40s Tintin stories (The Secret Of The Unicorn, The Crab With The Golden Claws, Red Rackham's Treasure) that finds the eponymous man boy reporter (Jamie Bell in breathless boy scout mod.) crossing sand, sea and city in pursuit of treasure linked to the ancestry of sozzled sea dog Captain Haddock (Andy Serkis). Chase follows kidnapping follows fist fight follows join the dots chain of incident urged on by John Williams booming brass and trembling violins. It's very busy and very Indy, but somehow short on the thrill of danger Dr Jones always carried in his satchel. Perhaps it's the distraction of the performance capture visuals, not only their uncanny resemblances to the images in the books ( But sadly, Tintin himself is the most shark eyed) but the lack of a greatly compelling reason why this couldn't have been live action. With one huge exception an up, down and all around chase sequence executed in one impossible, continuous shot that brings the excitement to a dizzy peak. And while there's no strong emotional hook to hang the pile driving narrative on, Bell at least dilutes some of the prim pedantry of his ink and watercolour counterpart. As ever, mo cap genius Serkis makes his presence felt through the pixels, and Simon Pegg and Nick Frost sneak a few laughs as moustachioed bumblers Thompson and Thomson. Daniel Craig sneers and snarls as urbane baddie Sakharine, but the character comes across more as a vaguely irate geography teacher than a deadly rogue. Still, if there's an absence of menace there's an abundance of cute, in the form of Tintin's loyal terrier pal Snowy, who's pick up and hug loveable and claims the best background gags. He also bags the final shot of the final scene. Tintin is Indy for Kids and although not perfect shows Speilberg at the top of his game, but also feels like he's also been let loose with his new motion capture toy that also shows slight hints at the master director being over endulgent. There are a few faults, but the film cracks at a unflagging pace and is Frenetic to a fault, with some of the most imaginitive action sequences sen in years the kids will love it, even if they are not aware of the books and the adults should get a buzz out of the action scenes. It's not up there with a prime Indy adventure but it leaves Crystals Skull in the dust and sets things up well for the sequels.
See if you like........
Indaina Jones.
National Treasure.
Pirates of the Caribbean.
Sherlock Holmes.
Sherlock Holmes A game Of Shadows.
Young Sherlock Holmes.

 It's Indiana Jones, for kids!

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Before he died in 1983, Tintin creator Herge pegged Steven Spielberg as the director worthiest of adapting his work. You can see how the Belgian writer and artist would've pictured it the cliffhanging kicks of Indiana Jones sweetened with the winsome wonder of Close Encounters and E.T. He probably didn't hope for a replay of 1941's knockabout chaos. Although Spielberg's latest isn't down there with his biggest bomb. But there are times when its manic ghost haunts his animated epic. Herge's original comic books tend to alternate wodges of exposition with fits of action. Spielberg's version heavily favours the latter, which sounds promising in theory, who needs another blockbuster that's two thirds characters explaining stuff to one another? But in practice means a movie that doesn't quite know when to ease off the pedal. It's a mash up of three '40s Tintin stories (The Secret Of The Unicorn, The Crab With The Golden Claws, Red Rackham's Treasure) that finds the eponymous man boy reporter (Jamie Bell in breathless boy scout mod.) crossing sand, sea and city in pursuit of treasure linked to the ancestry of sozzled sea dog Captain Haddock (Andy Serkis). Chase follows kidnapping follows fist fight follows join the dots chain of incident urged on by John Williams booming brass and trembling violins. It's very busy and very Indy, but somehow short on the thrill of danger Dr Jones always carried in his satchel. Perhaps it's the distraction of the performance capture visuals, not only their uncanny resemblances to the images in the books ( But sadly, Tintin himself is the most shark eyed) but the lack of a greatly compelling reason why this couldn't have been live action. With one huge exception an up, down and all around chase sequence executed in one impossible, continuous shot that brings the excitement to a dizzy peak. And while there's no strong emotional hook to hang the pile driving narrative on, Bell at least dilutes some of the prim pedantry of his ink and watercolour counterpart. As ever, mo cap genius Serkis makes his presence felt through the pixels, and Simon Pegg and Nick Frost sneak a few laughs as moustachioed bumblers Thompson and Thomson. Daniel Craig sneers and snarls as urbane baddie Sakharine, but the character comes across more as a vaguely irate geography teacher than a deadly rogue. Still, if there's an absence of menace there's an abundance of cute, in the form of Tintin's loyal terrier pal Snowy, who's pick up and hug loveable and claims the best background gags. He also bags the final shot of the final scene. Tintin is Indy for Kids and although not perfect shows Speilberg at the top of his game, but also feels like he's also been let loose with his new motion capture toy that also shows slight hints at the master director being over endulgent. There are a few faults, but the film cracks at a unflagging pace and is Frenetic to a fault, with some of the most imaginitive action sequences sen in years the kids will love it, even if they are not aware of the books and the adults should get a buzz out of the action scenes. It's not up there with a prime Indy adventure but it leaves Crystals Skull in the dust and sets things up well for the sequels.
See if you like........
Indaina Jones.
National Treasure.
Pirates of the Caribbean.
Sherlock Holmes.
Sherlock Holmes A game Of Shadows.
Young Sherlock Holmes.

 Now that's how you make an animated film

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From the opening scene I was blown away by the quality of the animation. In full hd it's glorious. The storyline, plot, action and humour grips you throughout the entire film. It was easily understood by my 5 and 6 year old but it's not what I'd call a kids film. It truly is an animated Indiana jones type action adventure romp for the whole family. The voice casting is spot on. After a while you forget it's an animation as its that good. Utterly brilliant. The picture quality on the digital copy for iPod touch 4th gen and iPhone 4 via iTunes is amazing.

Believe the reviews it really is that good.

One gripe..... Where's the sequel. Come on Spielberg, get on with it. I want to know what happens next.

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ActorsJamie Bell, Simon Pegg, Daniel Craig, Andy Serkis, Nick Frost, Tony Curran, Toby Jones, Daniel Mays, Mackenzie Crook, Sebastian Roché, Mark Ivanir, Gad Elmaleh, Phillip Rhys & Sonje Fortag
DirectorSteven Spielberg
CertificatePG
Year2011
LanguagesEnglish - DTS-HD Master Audio (7.1)
Additional LanguagesEnglish; English Audio Track; Thai; Cantonese; Mandarin
SubtitlesEnglish; English for the hearing impaired; Thai; Mandarin; Cantonese; Bahasa Malaysia; Bahasa Indonesia; Simple Chinese
Duration1 hour and 47 minutes (approx)