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Rated PG · 126 minutes · 2011

Adventure, Fantasy
Director Martin Scorsese has a field day with 3-D in this delightful film that, while touted as his first children’s movie, will probably go over the heads of most young ones. Asa Butterfield delivers one of the year’s best child performances as Hugo Cabret, a boy living at a train station. He keeps the clocks running and is trying to fix a robot-like contraption left to him by his father. He meets up with a toy-shop owner named Georges Méliès (Ben Kingsley); many film buffs will know that name. The film winds up being a nice homage to early filmmakers, with some of the best visuals Scorsese has ever put onscreen. The ever-reliable Chloë Grace Moretz does good work with an English accent as Hugo’s friend, while Sacha Baron Cohen provides excellent comic relief as a train-station security man.
Official Site: www.hugomovie.com
Director: Martin Scorsese
Producer: Graham King, Tim Headington, Martin Scorsese, Johnny Depp, Emma Koskoff, David Crockett, Georgia Kacandes and Christi Dembrowski
Cast: Ben Kingsley, Sacha Baron Cohen, Asa Butterfield, Chloe Moretz, Ray Winstone, Emily Mortimer, Christopher Lee, Helen McCrory, Michael Stuhlbarg, Frances de la Tour, Richard Griffiths and Jude Law

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East Bay Express Shame Do the jerk. by Kelly Vance 11/30/2011
Colorado Springs Independent The station vagrant: Hugo All these years later, movies can still transport us. by Justin Strout 11/24/2011
Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week Hugo, The Muppets, My Week With Marilyn and film events around town. 11/24/2011
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Portland Mercury Tick Tock Tinker Hugo: A delightful fairy tale from Grampa Scorsese. by Courtney Ferguson 11/24/2011
The Coast Halifax Hugo full of nostalgic magic Scorcese's 3D family film has much to recommend it by Molly Segal 11/24/2011
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NUVO Review: Scorsese's 'Hugo' It's a film to see in theaters - those who wait for video will miss the best use of 3D since 'Avatar.' Moments don't work, but the vast majority does - gloriously, magically. by Ed Johnson-Ott 11/30/2011

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