This Thanksgiving weekend, 'Hugo' -- a movie that is being marketed to children, that was directed by the guy who once filmed a scene of a man having his head crushed in a vise -- will be released at a theater that's at least within driving distance of where you are sitting right this second. What is 'Hugo'? Why should you see 'Hugo' instead of, or along with, other family fare 'The Muppets' and 'Arthur Christmas'? As a service we answer every question that you could possibly have about Martin Scorsese's 'Hugo.'
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