Summary: Wonderful family story with intriguing mystery. The visuals are incredibly detailed of 1920's France. Johnny Depp produces and you will find him in the film too. Great child actors and while you are watching pick out the adults you know from other great films! Loved it! Timeless!
Pros: Engaging Characters, Entertaining, Great Cinematography
Excerpt: I have no idea what the formal reviewer meant with regard to cross talk. I experienced no cross talk on my LG passive set. The film is beautifully rendered from start to finish. The 3D is integral, I think, to the experience. From beginning to end, the movie is pure cinema, and expertly crafted.
Excerpt: Martin Scorsese created the world of Hugo with 3D in mind from the ground up. The only way you can really experience Hugo in the way he wanted you to is in 3D. There are 3D movies that you could pass on because maybe you see 3D as only a gimmick. There is no gimmick here.
Excerpt: Hugo, our main character, forced to be living and surviving as orphan all by himself in what seems Le Guare de L'Est in Paris. But he won't be alone for long. There are good people accompanying him in his kind of David Copperfield-adventure.
Excerpt: Just finished watching Hugo for the first time, and WOW! It is truly a 3D photography masterpiece that should be enjoyed by every 3D enthusiast out there. The 3D is visually strong, and a large portion of the foreground is usually set in negative parallax.
Excerpt: From the original revue I was expecting lots of ghosting but on a good plasma display it is not that bad. I found the 3D to be some of the most engaging I seen since Avatar. If you watch enough 3D you will find ghosting in any movie, even at the theater.
Excerpt: im not going to make a lengthy review, i just wanted to let you guys know that the 3D is really good. best 3D i have seen since avatar. unfortunately their is ghosting in a fair amount of the scenes, but i would still rather watch the 3D version then the 2D
Summary: Martin Scorcese's new film, Hugo is one of the best cinematic experience, I've had in years. The 3D is just simply astounding and the best I have ever seen in a movie. The visual effects, cinematography, art direction, just technically superb.
Summary: Without spoiling, consider a motion picture whose last 30 minutes are equal to the last 4 minutes of Cinema Paradiso. To be in a theater with people tearing up over images of vintage and historic cinema, so beautifully integrated into a dazzling and heartfelt story is something special indeed.