Have you seen the animated film version of "Prisoners of the Sun"?
Yes, I have. And have you seen the Nelvana version?
I agree with you that not all adaptions of existing stories are good - but that does not mean that all adaptations are automatically bad. Just as not all original stories are automatically good. Especially not stories based on existing characters. (I'm sure there are fans of Ian Flemming's work who can't stand the modern day James Bond movies, for example.)
That's why, to answer your original question, I do intend to go see the movie. We'll be in a better position to judge it afterward.
As for the Inca Princess!
My biggest problem with the Princess is how she immediately plead for Zorrino's life. She never met him before - how does she know his name? It's this lack of logic in the Belvision adaptation, as well as in "Lac aux requins" and "Oranges Bleus" which turns me off non-HergÃ©'s Tintin. They seem to just assume no one will pick up on it because it's just for kids.
And it's the problem I hope we won't have now that fans of the comics are in charge.
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