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    • Hadouken76

      Jul 25th 2011, 12:46

      I see they've stopped calling it 5nal Destination, which frankly looks a bit rude...

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    • StraightEdgeUK

      Jul 25th 2011, 15:39

      Needs more CM Punk.

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    • mitchsn

      Jul 26th 2011, 1:37

      Tintin? Exactly what audience are they aiming at? Im 40 and ive never heard of Tintin, I asked a coworker whos 50 and he has no idea. I found the 'teaser' trailer hilarious because it did a reveal of Tintin as if he was someone everyone would recognize. My giveas**tfactor is 0 for this movie PS. Didn't you learn a lesson from Polar Express and Mars needs Moms?

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    • Morituri

      Jul 26th 2011, 2:18

      Mitchsn, Tintin is not aimed at you, obviously ? In fact it could be that is not aiming at British audience entirely but, given that Tin Tin was released all over the world, I guess you can trust Spielberg and Peter Jackson to know what they are doing. It's a shame if British audience missed out on the comics but maybe it was not released because it was Belgian ? Either way it was excellent and I expect , given the people at the helm, this will be too regardless of previous knowledge.

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    • Hadouken76

      Jul 26th 2011, 10:20

      Im just happy Ridley Scott is doing Sci-Fi again.

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    • wlmcdonough

      Jul 31st 2011, 21:30

      I'm 40, live in the UK and a fan of TinTin. Me and all my friends were given the books as reading material at school on rainy lunch hours (along with Asterix btw). Tin Tin's animated adventures were also shown on BBC1 here. I look forward to the film.

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    • wlmcdonough

      Jul 31st 2011, 21:30

      I'm 40, live in the UK and a fan of TinTin. Me and all my friends were given the books as reading material at school on rainy lunch hours (along with Asterix btw). Tin Tin's animated adventures were also shown on BBC1 here. I look forward to the film.

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    • wlmcdonough

      Jul 31st 2011, 21:30

      I'm 40, live in the UK and a fan of TinTin. Me and all my friends were given the books as reading material at school on rainy lunch hours (along with Asterix btw). Tin Tin's animated adventures were also shown on BBC1 here. I look forward to the film.

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