2 comments on “Hugo

  1. There was a time when we expected our children to understand and enjoy films like this. It is about time we gave children credit for having a brain. If we expose them to quality and depth of this nature (Hugo) then they will mature with better minds and greater expectations. This is a good thing, I think! I loved Hugo for its “old time” appeal. This is what I remember children’s movies used to be like OFTEN, even on TV.

  2. The movie itself runs a bit long at 127 minutes, but Hugo is worth every minute for the visual feast it provides, and features Scorsese in probably his most delightful and elegant mood ever, especially with all of the beautiful 3-D. Good review.

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