Fifth about The Seventh

The Adventures of Tintin

The Adventures of Tintin: let there be no mistake: the animation is wonderful, the settings are beautiful, and the free-floating camera is a joy to behold. It’s hard to imagine this story being told in any other way. The problem, then, lies precisely at the story. It’s a perfectly serviceable old-fashioned adventure, as it’s supposed to be. But it’s not really anything more.

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