Hugo 3D

Hugo 3D

Hugo 3D

Martin Scorsese's 5-time Oscar winning 3D family adventure set in 1930s Paris, based on the novel The Invention of Hugo Cabaret.

Hugo (Asa Butterfield from The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas) is an orphan, with a natural talent for mechanics and engineering, who lives in the walls of a Paris train station. With the station's foul tempered inspector (Sacha Baron Cohen) on his tail, Hugo becomes entangled in a magical adventure when he encounters a broken robot made by his late father (Jude Law), a mischievious girl (Chloë Moretz, Let Me In) and the elderly owner of a toy shop (Ben Kingsley).

Winner of 5 Oscars - Best Cinematography, Art Direction, Sound Mixing, Sound Editing and Visual Effects - at the 2012 Academy Awards. Best Director (Scorsese), Golden Globes 2012. Best Film and Best Director, National Board of Review Awards 2011.
2012127 minsUK, USA
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Hugo 3D / Reviews

Variety

Variety

In attempting to make his first film for all ages, Martin Scorsese has fashioned one for the ages. Simultaneously classical and modern, populist but also unapologetically personal, Hugo flagrantly defies the mind-numbing quality of most contempo kidpics.

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Total Film

Total Film

Martin Scorsese’s 3D debut is a technical marvel that weds heart to art in its soaring second half. For anyone who loves cinema - who really loves cinema - it can't be missed.

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Total Film

Total Film

Martin Scorsese’s 3D debut is a technical marvel that weds heart to art in its soaring second half. For anyone who loves cinema - who really loves cinema - it can't be missed.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

It’s serious, beautiful, wise to the absurdity of life and in the embrace of a piercing longing.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

A work of great imagination indeed.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

It's a deeply felt piece of work, something which only Scorsese could have brought to the screen.

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

Hugo will take your breath away. It truly is the stuff that dreams are made of.

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Hugo's use of the third dimension is exceptionally well thought out and essential to the film's ability to make a children's vision of the world come to life.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

This is a great director's greatest love story.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

It’s a complex fusion of film history and personal history, filled with dazzling embellishments and unabashed sentiment about the glories of cinema.

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