Should be nominated for:
Best Actor (Andy Serkis)
Best Sound Design
Best Visual Effects
Best Production Design
You know how there are PG-13 movies for kids and PG-13 movies for adults? This one is for adults. It's intelligent, serious, thought-provoking, and epic. The story is simple but poignant, with moral questions constantly being asked of both human and ape characters. Andy Serkis is a true maestro of digital performance and he deserves to be awarded for his incredible work.
Pure fun on every level. The Adventures of Tintin provides Spielberg the opportunity to showcase endless creativity, and you can tell he enjoys himself in doing so. The cast is superb, and the visuals are monumental. The staging of the action is finessed and immersive.
This isn't a weighty film, with deep or important musings on life. But neither can it be defined as silly or childish. It's a rare piece of cinema that takes you on a fast-paced, intriguing,…
Brilliant and moving third act. For the first two, I cared far more about the real-life happenings than the often silly (and at times bizarre) fairy tale backdrop, but the third act combined them powerfully.
One of the most sincere child performances I have ever seen. The interactions between Alexandria and Roy felt real; the way they played off each other was genuine.
I found the violence to be unnecessarily gratuitous at times, and the fairy tale sequences went from…