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Hugo review: The film has stunning visuals and music
Finally, the Indian audience will be able to enjoy the most awaited movie Hugo, which has been..

HUGO IS based on Brian Selznick's award-winning novel, "The Invention of Hugo Cabret”. Set in the 1930's Paris, this movie takes you to the thrilling journey of an orphan boy named Hugo Cabret (Asa Butterfield), who lives within the walls of a train station of which he also maintains the clock.

His main aim is to unlock the secret by reviving an automaton, the task which basically was started by his late father played by Jude Law. A problem arises as one day the toy shopkeeper played by Ben Kingsley catches him red-handed for stealing from his shop and instead of handing him to the station inspector (Sacha Baron Cohen) takes his diary. From here on the movie enfolds and shows how Hugo gets back his dairy, and how he finds out the real identity of the shopkeeper.

No wonder Hugo has won 5 academy awards out of 11 nominations this year. Absolutely superb and a gorgeous movie in every way, it has excellent cinematography and the use of 3D was probably the best till date. Low on dialogues, this doesn't make the film slow or boring, instead, you enjoy the background music, which is more like music to the ears. If you are a real movie fan then go and watch Hugo in a theatre, as it is delight to watch.

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