Are you Happy with animation in Spielberg's 'The Adventures of Tintin'?

Director Steven Spielberg and producer Peter Jackson animation movie, The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn; is greeted with great warmness by TinTin fans around the globe. The movie even set records in countries like India -- where animation movies are still in their infancy.

The animation movie makes use of a special technology, wherein humans wearing sensors in their bodies are filmed. Animated features are then superimposed on the shots of these real mean and women; resulting in an animation, which is a mix of 'precise human movements and expressions' but animated faces and surroundings.

But, does this mix look Good?

Steven Spielberg is said to be great fan of this technology. But has he delivered the best?

Are you Happy with the animation in 'The Adventures of Tintin'?

For me, it was not so brilliant. As no matter how much I tried, my attention kept coming back on to the 'human hands' of the various characters. And all the while I kept wondering, why didn't the director superimposed animated hands as well.

Look at the video below and say for yourself:


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