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Adventures of Tintin


Dec 20, 2011

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Mar 13, 2012

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Steven Spielberg


Jamie Bell
Andy Serkis
Daniel Craig
Simon Pegg
Nick Frost
Gad Elmaleh
Toby Jones
Mackenzie Crook


2011 Paramount Pictures

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Still shot from the movie: Adventures of Tintin.

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Tintin (voice of Jamie Bell) is a young journalist in search of a good story. With his faithful pup Snowy at his side, the youth sets out to discover the secret of the Unicorn (a sailing ship) and a lost treasure. This animation is based on a series of graphic novels by Herge.

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Why Is Adventures of Tintin Rated PG?

Adventures of Tintin is rated PG for adventure action violence, some drunkenness and brief smoking.

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Violence: During the opening scenes silhouetted figures are involved in a car crash and robberies with characters being hit and covered in bloody injuries. Intense, frequent action includes moments of peril for several characters. A man is hit over the head and kidnapped. Others are bashed with alcohol bottles. A man falls down the stairs. A pickpocket steals wallets. A character is almost run over on a busy street. Hand to hand combat, swordplay, gunfire and the use of weapons is portrayed. A man is gunned down with blood depicted. Characters are threatened. A man is electrocuted and another is nearly decapitated by an airplane propeller. Some are caught in storms and fires. Ships engage in sea warfare. Men are bound and thrown overboard to the sharks. Characters fight one another with loading cranes.

Sexual Content: A brief, highly veiled sexual comment is made along with some mild cursing.

Language: The script contains a term of Deity and some name-calling.

Alcohol / Drug Use: A character drinks excessively and is often portrayed as drunken. Other characters drink and smoke cigars or cigarettes.

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Canadian Movie Ratings

PG Violence.
AB PG Violence.
MB PG Violence.
ON PG Violence, Some Scary Scenes.

Canadian Home Video Rating: PG

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Home Video Notes: The Adventures of Tintin

Release Date:13 March 2012

The Adventures of Tintin release to home video on Blu-ray (Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy) and in 3D (Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy). Both packages include eleven behind-the-scenes featurettes.


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chrismccoll says: Nov. 02, 2011

In Sweden this film is categorised as unsuitable for children under 7 and I agree. I saw it with my 5 year old son in Spain where is no restriction whatsoever and regretted it. Guns, shooting, blood and fighting on this scale should not be shown to little ones.

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