I never read any of the "Tintin" stories and I was looking forward to seeing this film.
I was not disappointed, the early scene in the flea market was as dramatic as any Hitchcock mystery.
The adventure begins and grows as each new character brings a piece of the puzzle into play. Steven Spielberg does a fine job of making the audience want to know more and that is the goal of good film making.

The cast is really first rate and each character has a personality that impacts the viewers.
This film will hold the attention of young children and senior citizens.

The only weakness is extending the film with unnecessary fight scenes that do nothing but delay the ending; ten minutes less would have been better.
I look forward to more adventures with Tintin and his faithful dog, Snowy.

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