Snow White and the Huntsman Review
By Simon Jago
There is no questioning that Snow White and the Huntsman is a bold and innovative re-imagining of the old fairy tale of Snow White. However, would its beautiful style and superb special effects be enough to revitalise a story that we are all too familiar with.
Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn Review
By Ryan Casey
The creator of The Adventures of Tintin, George Remi (AKA Herge), once stated he felt Steven Spielberg would be the only man capable of transferring his world famous comic book series onto the big screen. In 2011 his theory has been put to the test as Spielberg presents his vision of the Belgian reporter, with the unmistakeable quiff. With an ensemble of British writing talent; Edgar Wright, Steven Moffat and Joe Cornish have all applied their knowledge of the series to oversee the screenplay, whilst actors Jamie Bell, Daniel Craig, Andy Serkis, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost have been given the task of bringing the characters to life.
Upon coming into possession of a model ship of the naval vessel, ‘the Unicorn’, it’s not long before Tintin (Jamie Bell) becomes aware of the grand history behind the enigmatic vessel, that thrusts him into an action packed adventure of mystery and intrigue.