Another movie theater trip with friends, another audaciously mortifying experience with surround sound popcorn and foot stamping aplenty. Whoever set the trend for it being all right to chow down with some of the most ridiculously loud food possible to eat while simultaneously paying money to watch something that commands the respect of silence and concentration, especially when surrounded by large groups of people that will most definitely be subject to the whim of the consumer's masseter muscles overture, should have a taste of their own medicine with ears wide open.
With Stephen Spielberg at the helm and John Williams doing the music, I could quickly tell this film wasn't going to disappoint, just by the stylistic opening credits and theme. Apparently Tintin has gone on many adventures, but this one epic is definitely worth seeing in my opinion. An action packed adventure filled with suspense and mystery, some humorous elements and fast paced forward momentum. The movie had seamlessly excellent transitions between the scenes and some pretty neatly illustrated chase scenes as well. It all fits neatly together to be a pretty enjoyable experience. It is a pretty clever movie and I'd expect most people would enjoy it. I recommend you give it a chance, especially if you've got a yearn for adventure you would like to whet.