Summary: A 12-year-old orphan living in the walls of a Paris train station circa 1930 must unravel a mystery involving his late father and a robot. Martin Scorsese directing a kids movie could fall on it's face but the movie works so well that movie is great.
Excerpt: Hugo is a film, that is intended to recognise a great film maker, Georges Milies, a French illusionist turned film maker. His visions and an art of drawing pics and incorporating them into films, were trend base for current use of special effects.
Excerpt: well we did not go to see this movie in theaters and are kind of sorry we did not you see none of us realy knew what the movie was realy about so there for we did not want to waist the money but we found out fast that it would not have been a waist at all because we all loved the movie very mutch...
Summary: One of the better films of 2011, Martin Scorsese departs from his usual type of film and delivers Hugo which is...well, it's a little difficult to describe Hugo. I'd classify it more as a drama, which I wasn't expecting.
Summary: This is a total reversal of type for the often gritty Scorsese who channels his love of film history into a charming adventure story that plays to the cinephile. The cinematography creates some beautiful sequences, but the film is really about the characters and Scorsese manages to find an emotional...
Excerpt: It may be that this was a film intended for children to enjoy (we bought it for our grandchildren, and my wife and I were having a preview) - if so, I'm an 80 year old child!
The story was mystical, the photography stunning, the casting perfect, the dialogue 'tight', and the acting was perfect.