The Adventures of Tintin Movie

A young reporter named Tintin buys a model of a ship. When the toy breaks, his dog shows him a scroll, which grabs his attention. Captain Haddock hear

The Adventures of Tintin movie

The 2011 animated action-adventure movie The Adventures of Tintin is based on Hergé's comic book series of the same name. It is also called The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn. The movie was directed by Steven Spielberg and written by Steven Moffat, Edgar Wright, and Joe Cornish. It was produced by Spielberg, Peter Jackson, and Kathleen Kennedy. Jamie Bell plays Tintin in the movie, which also stars Andy Serkis and Daniel Craig. Captain Haddock (Serkis), Tintin, Snowy, and the Unicorn's wealth are being sought by Haddock's ancestor, Sir Francis Haddock. However, Ivan Ivanovitch Sakharine (Craig), a descendant of Sir Francis's enemy Red Rackham, is also on the hunt and poses a serious threat.

A young reporter named Tintin buys a model of a ship. When the toy breaks, his dog shows him a scroll, which grabs his attention. Captain Haddock hears about it, and the two of them go on a journey to find a shipwreck.

Starring: Jamie Bell, Andy Serkis, Daniel Craig

Release date: 25 October 2011 (UK)

Director: Steven Spielberg

Box office: 37.4 crores USD

Budget: 13.5 crores USD

Distributed by: Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures, Warner Bros., Columbia Pictures, DreamWorks Pictures

Adapted from: The Adventures of Tintin, The Secret of the Unicorn, Red Rackham's Treasure, 

The Adventures of Tintin Movie : Trailer

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The Adventures of Tintin movie : Sypnosis

In 1938, while shopping with his dog Snowy in a market in Brussels, Belgium, young journalist Tintin buys a small model of a ship called the Unicorn. However, an Interpol officer named Barnaby and a ship collector named Ivan Ivanovitch Sakharine try to buy the model from Tintin but are unsuccessful. During a chase between Snowy and a cat, the model breaks by chance after Tintin takes it home to his flat. The scroll is then pulled out and rolls under a piece of furniture. At the same time, police officers Thomson and Thompson are looking for a thief named Aristides Silk.

Tintin goes to the Maritime Library to learn more about the Unicorn's past. When he returns, he finds that the Unicorn has been stolen, and he thinks Sakharine did it. Then he goes to Marlinspike Hall and accuses him of stealing. But when he sees that Sakharine's model is not broken, he knows there are two Unicorn models. When Tintin gets back to his flat, it has been broken into. Snowy shows him the scroll, but Barnaby walks in and cuts them off. Barnaby is then killed while trying to get back the Unicorn. Tintin puts the scroll in his wallet, but Silk steals it from him the next morning.

Later, Tintin is taken by Sakharine's helpers and locked up on the SS Karaboudjan. Sakharine made a deal with the ship's staff and led a mutiny to take control, he learns. Tintin meets Archibald Haddock, the captain of the ship, who is always drunk and doesn't remember much about his past. Tintin, Haddock, and Snowy finally get away from the crew of the Karaboudjan in a lifeboat. They then try to use a second one to pretend to be dead, but Sakharine figures out their plan and sends an aeroplane to find and catch them. Haddock is cold and thirsty on the lifeboat ride, so he uses a hidden bottle of scotch whisky to start a fire in the boat. This leads to a huge explosion that flips the boat over and leaves the three people stuck on top of it. The three people take the plane and fly it to the made-up port of Bagghar in Morocco. But the aeroplane crashes in a desert because it runs out of fuel and there is a storm.

As Haddock walks through the desert, he starts to see ghosts and remembers his ancestor, Sir Francis Haddock, who was the captain of the Unicorn in the 1600s and whose ship was attacked by a pirate crew led by Red Rackham, who turned out to be Sakharine's grandfather. Sir Francis gave up and sank the Unicorn with most of the wealth on board to keep it from getting into Rackham's hands. According to the story, there were three models of the Unicorn, and each one had a scroll inside. When put together, the scrolls can show where the sunken Unicorn and its wealth are located.

The third model is in Baghhar, and Omar ben Salaad owns it. During a Bianca Castafiore show, Sakharine steals the third scroll by making someone else busy. He then gets all of the scrolls during a chase through the city. Haddock talks Tintin into going on just as he is about to give up. Tintin and Haddock follow Sakharine back to Brussels with the help of Thomson and Thompson and set up a trap. However, Sakharine fights arrest with his gun. Sakharine dares Haddock to a sword fight with the cranes at the dock when his men fail to save him. Haddock pushes Sakharine overboard after the fight. Thomson and Thompson finally save her and put her in jail.

The three scrolls show Tintin, Haddock, and Snowy the way back to Marlinspike Hall. Haddock sees a globe with an island on it that he knows doesn't exist and presses on it. The globe opens to show some of the treasure that Sir Francis had been able to find, along with his hat and a clue to where the Unicorn is. At the end of the movie, both guys agree to go on an adventure to find the shipwreck and the rest of the treasure.

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