I don't get the connection between Tintin and Transformers. Oh and it's Tintin, not Tin-Tin. And, well, I like that performance capture is being used to explore new ways of camera movement and cinematography. I don't really get the complaints against performance capture. Yeah, it's not hand-done animation. Yeah, it's relying on people's movements and not on cartoon exaggeration. And what of it. Tintin shouldn't be over-exaggerating reality anyway. He never did in the comics. Sure, the comedy was cartoon, but the movements and actions weren't.
What's a bad movie for you can be a great movie for someone else. It doesn't make them stupid. If you say so you're an ass.
Frankly, i find the inability to process the fact that tintin or TIN-TIN, has no potential as a movie created as all these franchises, before you even see the movie, a bit pathetic.
I am an ass, that is true. But we're talking about objectively good films. Tintin is a movie taken by a big studio, under a big name, and rebooted to the public. As every other film, it captures only those that mistakenly see the movie as something great. All the movie wants to ultimately do is make money. And that way they will sacrifice everything that the comic was good for. One of the few successful movies happens to be Batman. I can make a list of very bad movies that have been designed EXACTLY IN THE SAME WAY, and yes, sorry that I'm being in the ass in the process to have you see that well the majority of films is just to milk your wallet.
Look at the superheroes films. I mean. They are bad. Very. Spiderman isn't even funny!!! If there's one thing I liked about Spiderman it's that it Spiderman was a cynical bastard. And instead I get an emo douchebag.
I frankly care couldn't care less about realistic movement and other effects. Effects don't make a good movie, effects just enhance the entertainment. I mean, it looks very good, but well, that still doesn't put a smile in my face.
Also Tintin and Transformers have in common the following:
-They are both familiar franchises somewhat a bit forgotten when the movies were out.
-They both have Spielberg (OMG PLOT TWIST)
-They both hint a sequel , in fact THEY TELL YOU RIGHT IN THE FACE.
-They both try to destroy already fantastic TV series.
-They both have a plot where it changes every 2 seconds, showing they are trying to cram up so many things as possible.
SECRET FAWFUL: Please don't consider me an ass, this is just my honest opinion. I am not trying to insult anyone, but this attitude towards these films, makes me go :/
I'm afraid though that I'm willing to stand my point, regardless.