I hate video game to movie comparisons as much as the next guy, but isn't one of the major reasons people attend a Tomb Raider film, or desire to watch an Uncharted movie, specifically because they want to see exciting digital experiences translated into live action.
Isn't the fight scene between Donnie Yen and Collin Chou in Flashpoint so amazing because it has real people and you can imagine the real physical effort required to create the action sequence?
But the new Tintin film uses "motion capture" so the actors are physically engaged you say? Some stunts can only be created digitally? I don't buy it, and can easily imagine Jackie Chan, Harold Lloyd, or Buster Keaton doing that final motorcycle stunt.
None of this takes away from the fact that the Tintin movie looks engaging and entertaining, I'm looking forward to it. I'm just saying that it looks like it would be "AMAZING" if it were live action.