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Hugo

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Movie
2011
2h 6m
English
Adventure, Drama, Family
Orphaned and alone except for an uncle, Hugo Cabret lives in the walls of a train station in 1930s Paris. Hugo's job is to oil and maintain the station's clocks, but to him, his more important task is to protect a broken automaton and notebook left to him by his late father. Accompanied by the goddaughter of an embittered toy merchant, Hugo embarks on a quest to solve the mystery of the automaton and find a place he can call home.
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Asa Butterfield
Hugo Cabret
Ben Kingsley
Georges Méliès
Sacha Baron Cohen
Station Inspector
Ray Winstone
Uncle Claude
Christopher Lee
Monsieur Labisse
Helen McCrory
Mama Jeanne
Michael Stuhlbarg
René Tabard
Frances de la Tour
Madame Emilie
Richard Griffiths
Monsieur Frick
Jude Law
Hugo's Father
Kevin Eldon
Policeman
Gulliver McGrath
Young Tabard
Shaun Aylward
Street Kid
Angus Barnett
Theatre Manager
Edmund Kingsley
Camera Technician
Max Wrottesley
Train Engineer
Marco Aponte
Train Engineer Assistant
Ilona Cheshire
Café Waitress
Francesca Scorsese
Child at Café
Frederick Warder
Arabian Knight
Christos Lawton
Arabian Knight
Ed Sanders
Young Tabard's Brother
Terence Frisch
Circus Barker
Directed By: Martin Scorsese
Written By: John Logan (Screenplay), Brian Selznick

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christopher_brink says...
11 years ago
An outstanding film for lovers of film by a great lover of film. Scorsese succeeds in letting the audience see the origins of cinematic dream-making through the lens of hyper-contemporary cinematic technology. Kingsley is stellar, & Moretz demonstrates that she has a great future in film, should she want it. Butterfield is a bit wooden, but he is far from unwatchable. Sumptuous but somehow intimate, Hugo shows that technology when used properly can complement the story.
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nmahoney416 says...
7 years ago
A film about films by one of the best filmmakers. I loved seeing how they showed the origin of film. I need to watch a trip to the moon asap. Scorsese shows he can do different types of movies and why he truly is one of the greatest directors. Edit: I have now seen A Trip to the Moon. I really enjoyed the second half of this movie much more than the first. Once it focused on the film story it was a lot more interesting. I would love a biopic from Scorsese about someone who makes movies. He already did it a little in The Aviator but now I want a full movie about movies.
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Fancyface says...
12 years ago
A beautiful movie!
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JPHeath-deleted-1420640311 says...
12 years ago
Very good film, good casting and with great attention to detail.
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Kamurai
4 years ago
Really good watch, might watch again, and can recommend.

Asa Butterfield, Chloe Grace-Moretz, Ben Kingsley, and Sacha Baron Cohen all give a great performance in this weird, weird setting of an alt history train station, or hell, maybe this is a true story and I'm just that unfamiliar with the bi More
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Whitsbrain
7/10  2 years ago
It's one of the best looking films I've ever seen. I saw it in 3-D and if "Hugo" is the typical example of the technology I say "more please".

I also think it's great that Scorsese made this movie more of a tribute to film than a story about a sad little boy who finds happiness. That story has be More
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soonertbone
6/10  one year ago
I’m super ambivalent about this one. On the one hand, it’s a wonderful love letter to Georges Méliès, one of the true grandfathers of cinema. That was really fun to see from a film-nerd perspective. Knowing about Scorsese’s childhood and his long history of promoting film restoration enhance More
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