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Kirk Mason over 1 year ago
Very beautiful and impressive cinematography with a simple story.
Leif Jacobson over 3 years ago
A beautifully told story, a love letter to film. I love this movie.
Zan almost 4 years ago
magic always works!an amazing adventure!
Tony Gandía 4 years ago
Well-done piece of filmmaking, forgettable film
Zach Sly over 4 years ago
A thoroughly imaginative film that makes film history fun again.
ashley lee almost 5 years ago
Charming, but I wasn't as enthralled as all the hype led me to believe I would be.
Lindy Oates almost 5 years ago
Super charming. Great movie for movie buffs.
Nino D almost 5 years ago
Initially really engaging, slows down considerably, meant for the nostalgic crowds
Syed Ashruf 5 years ago
The untold story of automata & magic in film-making!!
Aliece-Eve Fatin over 5 years ago
i read the book...enough said
Ione over 5 years ago
One of the best films I have ever seen. Should be watched by everyone at least once
Adam Connell over 5 years ago
An homage to all things film, it deftly manages to not get caught up in itself.
Maximilian Eitel over 5 years ago
Great Hommage to cinema. Love Ben Kingsleys Performance.
Derek Cutlip almost 6 years ago
Really good story, could have tied things together better. Some side stories were cheesy.
Yuliya Mollova 6 years ago
loved it!
Griffin Maurer 6 years ago
Lighthearted and charming for the most part, a little long and repetitive at times.
Freddie Pope 6 years ago
I good movie if you ignore its connection to the book. A bit disappointing in comparison.
Chelsea Foreman 6 years ago
Cute movie. Very sweet, well filmed, good story.
Granger 6 years ago
perfect. even if it was adapted from a children book.
Fabio Vanegas 6 years ago
I liked this film about the history of cinema. Good direction of Martin Scorsese
Hugo is a 2011 3D adventure drama film based on Brian Selznick's novel The Invention of Hugo Cabret. It is directed by Martin Scorsese and written by John Logan. It is a co-production of Graham King's GK Films and Johnny Depp's Infinitum Nihil. The film stars Asa Butterfield, Chloë Grace Moretz, Ben Kingsley, Sacha Baron Cohen, Ray Winstone, Emily Mortimer and Jude Law. In France the film is known as Hugo Cabret. This is Scorsese’s first film shot in 3D and it was released in the US on 23 November 2011, with distribution by Paramount Pictures in the US. Hugo is a fantasy adventure that takes place in the walls of a Paris railway station in the early 1930s. Hugo Cabret is a young boy whose mother has died and who lives with his father, a master clockmaker, who takes him to see films and loves the films of George Méliès best of all. Hugo's father dies in a museum fire, and he is taken away by his uncle, an alcoholic watchmaker who is responsible for maintaining the clocks in the railway...
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