The Reviews are Rolling in for Scorsese’s Hugo
So I really didn’t want to get excited about Martin Scorsese’s Hugo. (I have Scorcese issues, don’t ask.) But the more I think about a film that features Georges Melies as a character, the more pumped I get. All other issues aside, I suppose one can always trust Scorsese to be sweet and lovely when it comes to film history. It seems to me everything the man does is a love letter to the medium, even when it’s not overt. At any rate, the reviews of Hugo are rolling in, and reading them makes me even more eager to get out to the cineplex and catch this one. If you need to build some delicious anticipation, check out the reviews below.
- “Scorsese’s Hugo Melds Modern Filmmaking with a Glorious Sense of the Past” at Movieline
- “Scorsese’s Hugo Pays Enchanting Homage to Movie Magic” at the Globe & Mail
- “5 Reasons to See Scorsese’s Hugo” at MTV.com
- “Hugo” at the Kansas City Star
- “Scorcese’s Love Letter to the Movies” at the Winnipeg Free Press
- Martin Scorsese on his first 3-D film on CBS News Online: