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Old school v new school — would Spielberg’s Tintin have worked in live action?

How might Spielberg’s Tintin adaptation have fared if it was shot in live action? Luke Buckmaster reaches into the Tintin cinema history books to find some clues.

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The Adventures of Tintin — faithful but strangely soulless

Steven Spielberg’s Boxing Day blockbuster-to-be The Adventures of Tintin — the first in a trilogy — is faithful to Hergé’s graphic novels, but suffers from eerily artificial performance capture animation, writes Luke Buckmaster.

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The patronising genuis that is Tintin

Crikey readers have their say.

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First reviews of Spielberg’s Tintin adaptation

Reviews have began trickling in for Steven Spielberg’s The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn, set to arrive in Australian cinemas on Boxing Day. Here’s a snapshot of what the critics are saying.

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Spielberg’s Tintin — a glossy Indiana Jones-esque globetrotter

Steven Spielberg’s big budget film about Hergé’s intrepid globe trotting reporter has some breathtaking moments and an endearing naivety, writes Guy Lodge.

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Brussels, home of Tintin and the EU

Last weekend, Ireland voted “yes” for the Lisbon Treaty, meaning the European Union will be getting a long-overdue structural overhaul. Grant Doyle was in Brussels for the celebrations.

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