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He rates incredibly low on my character list, the only person below him is the fucking handy man who wouldn't fix the step in Marlinspike
>That page where his wife says he's busy at a job and he's shown in the background reading a newspaper
Yeah, I can agree with you that the handyman was an asshole. Nestor's loyal as fuck, though.
>That last page of seven crystal balls
I don't think anyone really knows when it's coming out anymore, though I read something about it possibly starting production in 2016 and coming out in 2017, and I don't even remember where I got that from. I guess we'll see what the hell happens.
There's no way it'd start production in 16 for a 17 release. Maybe if it began in January and released in 17 but even then it'd be a stretch.
Depends on what it's based on. Isn't it meant to be a little of Rackham followed by Seven Crystal Balls/Prisoner? So pretty much a Calculus film all the way.
>Isn't it meant to be a little of Rackham followed by Seven Crystal Balls/Prisoner?
Red something about how it'd mostly be adapting Prisoners of the Sun, though Spielberg also said something about combining two books that Herger apparently "always intended to combine", which I still find intriguing many months after hearing that.
The end. Next week, Red Rackham's Treasure.
Your favorite moments?
Seriously. It was their one real moment of outright competence (even if Tintin did give them the hint about the cleaners' stitchings), wherein they did real police work and tracked him down on their own.
That fuckin' movie. I haven't watched it since I saw in the theatre, but I still feel the intense love/hate reaction I had to it.
And almost all the hate was making the story MORE cartoony and ridiculous than the original.
What's the joke meant to be? I always thought it was weird they randomly brought attention to Snowy lagging behind but then just instantly moved on.
Is it something to do with fleas?
This kind of market is called "marché aux puces", which literally mean "flea's market".
When I was a kid I used hair geld to have my hair like Tintin's. I didn't even have the comics, it was just the few VHS' I had.
This is great, thanks OP
But Calling Milou "Snowy" is kind of getting on my nerves