Extraordinarily beautiful and moving, Hugo is also a bit long-winded and flat at times. That being
said, it's worth seeing for the craftsmanship alone. The performances are uniformly excellent, particularly the characters of the forgotten film pioneer, George Melies, and the fictional boy, Hugo Cabret. It's also a very sweet and innocent story. The tone itself feels like something from another time and is refreshingly out of synch with the snarkiness and innuendo you find in a lot of children's movies today.
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