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Hugo

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Next to the walls of the train station in Paris, lived a small orphan boy. That boy named Hugo, inherited from his father and uncle the skill of repairing clocks and other simple tools. Hugo's father left him a strange legacy, a robot that does not operate without a special key. Of course Hugo needs the key to unlock that robot, which is thought to contain many things and secrets that have not yet been revealed. During the search adventure, Hugo meets George Meles, a shopkeeper who works at the train station and his daughter. On Hugo's research trip, may restore the memories of long-buried ancestors.
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March 04, 2013

Scorsese's moving and magical tribute to the pioneers of filmmaking.
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Critic's Notebook
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October 07, 2015

But once the "Cinema Paradiso"-esque celluloid nostalgia bits kick in, it makes total sense why he succumbed to paying lip service to family entertainment in order to make the movie he really wanted to make.
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Chicago Reader
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December 01, 2011

Scorsese transforms this innocent tale into an ardent love letter to the cinema and a moving plea for film preservation.
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Tribune News Service
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December 28, 2012

A children's film for grownups - grownup film buffs.
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Time Out
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November 29, 2011

It might be curtains for celluloid, but Scorsese, a boyish 69, clearly isn't leaving the stage any time soon. He directs every film with the passion of his first. And it shows.
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Cinemaphile.org
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January 07, 2016

A gorgeous, moving and amorous love letter to the very cinema it is born from, and a celebration of the youthful wonder that is concealed in everyone - yes, even those of us resolved to the cynicism of adult thinking.
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Associated Press

January 03, 2012

Being a hardcore cinephile (like Scorsese) might add a layer of enjoyment, but it certainly isn't a prerequisite for walking in the door. A sense of wonder, however, is.
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FoxNews.com
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September 25, 2013

"Hugo" is a magical cinematic experience, and a masterpiece so unlike anything Scorsese has made before. Captivating and original, it is the director's most human film yet.
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Wall Street Journal
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November 28, 2011

Thematic potency and cinematic virtuosity -- the production was designed by Dante Ferretti and photographed by Robert Richardson -- can't conceal a deadly inertness at the film's core.
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The Patriot Ledger
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May 26, 2013

Henceforth when people speak of movie magic they will think instantly of Martin Scorsese's mind-blowing 'Hugo.'
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indieWire
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December 02, 2011

Leave it to Martin Scorsese to use 3-D not as a gimmick, but as a means of drawing us into a unique and magical environment...
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New York Magazine/Vulture
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November 28, 2011

For all the wizardry on display, Hugo often feels like a film about magic instead of a magical film...
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