This is too often fan service and less of a film for it, over eager like an excited child.
Tintin introduces the sly intelligence of the character behind the opening credits, in and of itself telling a brisker action set piece than most of Hollywood will push out in the summer months.
This is forward-thinking, just not backwards thinking, leaving room for sequels that, who knows, may still connect themselves.
Why does thunder always clap the second lightning strikes in movies? It doesn’t work that way in real life, yet films consistently add a thunderous boom with every studio light flicker. Is there some unwritten film indus...