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Old 01-11-2011, 11:15   #1
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[Cinema Review] The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn

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Steven Spielberg finally manages to bring his version of Tintin to the screen, with a little help from some friends......

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the exploits with the rocket launcher in an Arabian coastal town perhaps take things a little too far into mindless mayhem
Actually, I thought that scene was by some distance the film's most technically impressive. It looks as though it was shot in one continuous take, in a way that would have been impossible to achieve in a live-action film. And because of the lack of cutting, the 3-D process really comes into its own, as Spielberg stages multiple action sequences on multiple planes, complete with falcon swooping in and out of the frame, in a way that almost completely converted a 3-D sceptic like me.

Spielberg has always known exactly where to put the camera, even when it's moving rapidly at the time - and this sequence confirms that his spatial sense is pretty much perfectly attuned to 3-D as well.
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