At this point, I can't help but beg such filmmakers as Steven Spielberg and Robert Zemeckis to just stop making animated films 100% from motion capture. Not only does it drain the characters of any emotion whatsoever, but it costs more than to make a simple Pixar/Dreamworks style animated feature. All this money is going towards a film that will likely feel too strange for audiences to truly embrace. I must admit, I was kind of looking forward to seeing what Stephen Spielberg and Peter Jackson would bring to The Adventures of Tintin, but I'd much rather see a couple of live actors do their best with the work than a few puppets made out of moist CG-clay. It pains me to see once great directors brought down to such a demeaning form of filmmaking. Anyway, here's your first look at Stephen Spielberg 2011 animated adventure, The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn. Yes. That seriously is the title of this film.