Le Avventure di Tintin - Il Segreto dell'Unicorno

January 2011107 minutes
Action & adventure
Ages 9-12
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Dal genio visionario di Steven Spielberg e Peter Jackson arrivano Le avventure di Tintin - Il segreto dell'Unicorno. Preparatevi ad un'incredibile esperienza visiva in compagnia del giovane reporter Tintin e del suo fedele cane Milù, i celebri personaggi creati dal fumettista belga Hergé. Dopo aver scoperto una misteriosa pergamena all'interno di un modellino di un antico veliero, Tintin cade nel mirino di un diabolico criminale, disposto a tutto pur di avere il veliero e il suo prezioso contenuto. In compagnia dell'irascibile Capitan Haddock e di due detective pasticcioni, per il curioso giornalista avrà così inizio una magica avventura alla ricerca di un tesoro dal valore incommensurabile... (Titolo originale - The Adventures Of Tintin) © 2011 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc., DW Studios L.L.C. and Hemisphere - Culver Picture Partners I, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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