The Adventures Of Tintin New Trailer
October 5, 2011 by staff
The Adventures Of Tintin New Trailer, The new international trailer Tintin’s adventures trailer has been published, and that sparked some controversy in the office of Hollywood.com. Michael Arbeiter immediately objected to the excessive violence and the glorification of the shots in the trailer for a film that is clearly aimed at children, while Matt defends patches animation as a medium that should not have to care for children.
Matt: Michael, you have a problem with the adventures of Tintin trailer. Please explain.
Michael: Every second of this trailer that someone has been beaten or shot
Matt: It’s a movie action / adventure. By Steven Spielberg. The director of Raiders of the Lost Ark
Michael: But it’s an animated film, which means that its primary audience is children. Of course, people are being beaten and shot.
Matt: I think that’s where you’re off base, but also when it is perfectly in tune with most of the world. Why animated film does not automatically mean a movie is for kids?
Michael: When people make an animated film, they know they are doing to children. I was not going to make an animated film otherwise, because they know that adults do not see it. So obviously they are targeting young audiences.
Matt: But the people who started using motion capture animation he did for other reasons. Robert Zemeckis was not out to make a film of children as directed Beowulf. Spielberg wants the freedom of motion capture. He wants to do something that is similar to the Tintin comics based on.
Michael: No matter what they want. They are very aware that this is a movie for children. Not that it was Pulp Fiction and some kids took it on TV. They’re making a movie that knows it is for children. So I agree with films for children who are violent like this, and play up the fear of guns.
Matt: So you think it is impossible to make an animated film that is completely alone in terms of audience demographics? Do you think this violence is free because, at the end of the day, for children and there’s no way Spielberg could have done this for adults. Why a shoehorned director of technology you want to use to make your movie?
Michael: Because otherwise is an idiot.
Matt: Spielberg wants to make an exciting adventure for people who love Indiana Jones, but with the freedom of animation.
Michael: Yeah, well, he knows that this is an animated film, and he knows what that means. Do not show a period of five years old, Natural Born Killers.
Matt: Wow! I think it looks a lot like most of the country, with this argument.
Michael: an extreme example, but the sentiment remains.
Matt: Yes, but this is not in the top, obviously. You’re doing the same case that forced Spielberg to change weapons on the walkie-talkies ET.
Michael: He says the guy on the side of Lucas for the new Blu-ray. That’s a different example anyway. In this film, the heroes are hit and shoot bazookas
Matt: Finally, you think Spielberg is in the wrong for making this an all out, balls to the party wall action, because the animation for children and that is what we will see this film . They should stick to the Shrek films.
Michael: Spielberg made this film to attract children. He knows that is lively, animated children known means, so he designed the film with this in mind it would be a film for children … probably with some appeal for adults, which is fine. But the appeal of adults should not be gratuitous violence. It could be issues that adults can appreciate, such as friendship, values. I do not think people “should not” afford to do anything. Rights, man. Rights. But I think that directors who make movies for children who are full of fire and violence are doing a disservice to children.
Matt: Hopefully the future my children will never face Heavy Metal.
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