Scorsese works magic with 'Hugo'
2 hours, 6 minutes
Was anyone else a little dubious when they heard that Martin Scorsese was directing a magical 3-D family-friendly tale about a little boy living in a Paris train station in the 1920s? Unless the titular Hugo was on the run from the mob, or perhaps working as a double agent in the Police Nationale, this seems more like a movie you might get from Spielberg or a pre-wierdo motion capture Robert Zemeckis.
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