The most surprising thing about the Martin Scorsese-directed children's film 'Hugo'? Take your pick: that Scorsese -- notorious for his depictions of onscreen violence -- actually directed a children's film, or that he shot said film in 3D. As it turns out, Scorsese has long been a fan of the third dimension -- dating back to 'House of Wax,' the 1953 Vincent Price horror film -- and loved shooting 'Hugo' in the format so much that he wouldn't be opposed to continuing the 3D experiment.
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Orphaned and alone except for an uncle, Hugo Cabret (Asa Butterfield) lives in the walls of a train station... Read More

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