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Hugo critic rating (Hindustan Times): 5
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Hugo critic rating (ibnlive.com): 4.5
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Hugo critic rating (The Telegraph): 4
Hugo review by Times of India
Hugo critic rating (Times of India): 4
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Hugo critic rating (DNA India): 4.5
 
 

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Hugo  (2012 - English)

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  • Pratima Chaudhuri

    a reminder of what it means to be positive in life

    Hugo rating: 8 out of 10

    By Pratima Chaudhuri(07 May 2012)

    Hugo by Martin Scorsese has a sweet lingering effect that lasts for long after the movie is over. I felt that the movie unfolds in two layers – emotional turbulence that the protagonist Hugo Cabret, a twelve year old boy goes though after losing his Father in an accident and how he figures out a way to stay connected with his Father; The other one is the tale of Georges Méliés, played by Ben Kingsley to perfection ...an illusionist & a genius film-maker of the silent era whose art became a victim of World War I and he lives an ordinal life of a toy-store owner in the station. ... » read more

  • Shiraj Dakshy

    Hugo: A visual extravaganza by Martin Scorcese

    Hugo rating: 8 out of 10

    By Shiraj Dakshy(06 May 2012)

    “Hugo” which swept all the Oscars in the technical categories at last released in India after 6 months from its original release in US in Nov’11. Based on the book by Brian Selznick “The Invention of Hugo Cabaret”, Hugo is a story set in 1920’s Paris after the World War and tells us about the last days of Georges Melies, who was an illusionist as well as one of the profound film makers of silent movies.

    The story is primarily of Hugo Cabaret (Asa Butterfield) who is orphaned after his father (Jude law) dies in a freak accident and is forced to stay in the Train ... » read more

  • Laya Maheshwari

    This is the love letter "The Artist" never was.

    Hugo rating: 0 out of 10

    By Laya Maheshwari(10 May 2012)

    It’s nearly a year since The Artist first screened to audiences.

    And it’s nearly a year now people have been calling it a love letter to just about everything under the Sun.

    While I completely understand if someone likes the film, the reasons they give for liking the film often leave me nonplussed. I saw the film for the first (and only) time in October, and this has been bothering me since then.

    It has been said that The Artist plays out like a love letter to silent cinema. Well, I don’t know about you but if someone wrote me a love letter in ... » read more

Film: "Hugo"; Cast: Asa Butterfield, Chloe Grace Moretz, Ben Kingsley, Sacha Baron Cohen, Jude Law; Director: Martin Scorsese; Rating: ****

More films lost to eternity than those that we have. A case in point can be made of one of the early pioneers of cinema, Georges Melies, who defined cinema as we see it today. Everything else after him has merely been a redefinition.

Auteur Martin Scorsese pays the best tribute one could have ever paid to this grandmaster of the movies in "Hugo".

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