We got two of them: "Tintin" and "Cowboys and Aliens." You know what? Both were really pretty good. We got "Tintin" for the kids, so we thought. It was still ok, but there was some content that was a bit on the older kid side. Still, it was ok. What I was surprised about was the awesome firearm animation. I mean, just incredible. There were MP40s, Lugers and Tintin himself carried an FN Hi-power, which I thought was pretty sweet. Yes, there were your typical mistakes. If you take a magazine out of a gun that has been in use and there is a round in the top of the magazine, you don't have one round left, you have two. But anyways, it was done really well. For those of you that may not be aware, there is a pretty cool website that can help you with your gun identification for movies. Sometimes it's just fun to look back at older movies and see what was in them.
"Cowboys and Aliens" was surprisingly good IF and I mean IF you like Sci Fi and Western genres. If you don't like Sci Fi and get it because you like Westerns and Harrison Ford, you will probably think it is goofy and ridiculous. The story was done well and the actors were very good. It was interesting to see Harrison Ford play a bad guy. It's worth it for a rental. Were there issues with this one, too? Sure there were. It's made by Hollywood, but overall it was fun and entertaining.