Let’s admit this right up front: Motion-capture-animation faces are rubbery and not emotive. But that’s the only strike against Tintin, which turns out to be the most fun Steven Spielberg has had with a movie in decades. It takes a minute or two to adjust to the animation, but once you do, you’re whizzing around the globe in a series of dizzying action sequences that will smack you in the face with the awesome stick until you’re staggering out of the theater in a blissful state of cinematic satisfaction. (See Movie Times)