Sunday, September 16, 2012

Hugo

I was watching this movie for sometime by parts until watched it quite last night; I totally impressed by the  way it filmed even I find it initially boring as it moves  slowly, the cinematography kept me appreciating and inspiring to watch it fully. Adapted from the novel title ‘The Invention of Hugo Cabret’ the movie is a 3D historical adventure drama winning a bunch of Oscars and directed by Martin Scorsese. I really wonder how fantastic would it be watching through big screen wearing 3D glasses. I hadn’t got the opportunity to watch it while it released last year.

Asa Butterfield, who plays the title role of Hugo, was mesmerizing through his acting as a boy living on the clock tower of Paris railway station and maintaining it secretly while seeking to fit his father’s automation which he believes to write a message. During his continues process of stealing parts to mend the automation, results in discovering the concealed life of very famous illusionist and filmmaker Georges Melies and his way of moviemaking and all makes us upright and fascinate.

The movie brings the whole set of old Paris railway station – Gare Montparnasse, alive and the clock tower and sight of Paris were amazing and the train crash was a great piece on the incident of past. Asa Butterfield eyes were grasping at lot than his conversation and motion, each one of them presents their course of acting very well and Ben Kingsley as the masterful Georges Melies is not challenging for the actor who lived as a Gandhi on the film titled the same.

The film also reveals the innovation in creating special effects on movies when there are no more advanced technology and birth of computers.... the manual techniques of those days are awesome and challenging. The Hugo somehow reminds me the polar express and technically the movie beholds wonder with great visual treat and sounds to listen!

Hugo is one of a best innovation and use of technology.

8 comments:

Bob Bushell said...

A great film.

ladyfi said...

We loved this film - wonderful story and acting.

ashok said...

i must watch this...

Linda said...

I need to see this.

Rakesh Vanamali said...

Thank you for sharing this, Jeevan

eden said...

I haven't watched it. Great review.

deeps said...

thanks for sharing this ...

Amir Wasi said...

A treat to eyes.
Its a movie within a movie but it deviates a lot from the novel just like every other movies made out of novels.
To grasp the real essence and dearth of Hugo one should read the book.
You will find that life is much worse and challenging than the simple view of the movie.
WORDS CAN EXPRESS THE EMOTIONS IN BETTER WAY THAN THE EYES OF THE PROTAGONIST IN THE MOVIE.