Wayhomer Review #94: Hugo 3D

Asa Butterfield and Chloe Grace Moretz from Hugo

Episode #94 for Hugo 3D, in which our protagonist has to process the film on the fly, declares this the 3D the best of the year and hails Ben Kingsley back in fine, fine form.
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  • 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.

  • Thanks for doing this one. Great to see you coming across a movie worth reviewing, especially after the recent run of mediocre stuff.

  • You are welcome, Montag. I think we’re going to be hit with a bunch of good stuff here at the end of the year. It’s normal. Your doldrums hit in fall before Oscar season and then before spring. The circle of Hollywood life. :-)

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