Films in 2012 - Hugo, 2011 (directed by Martin Scorsese) 
I should probably mention that I had very high expectations for this film. And it’s also fair to mention that it met those expectations fully. It was gorgeous, visually, but it had an intriguing story and good characters to back it up. And I was shocked on how charming and inventive it was as a kids film. The actors were great, especially Ben Kinglsey. I did feel like it dragged a little bit, but, to be fair, when does anyone ever remember a Scorsese film being short? What else is there to say but that it was a gorgeous film and everyone should see it. It deserved everything it won and more.
5/5 (I don’t want it to seem liked I’m just handing out 5/5s but if I say it’s a gorgeous film and everyone should see it and I don’t give it 5/5…I can’t. I’m not that douchey)
Films in 2012 - Hugo, 2011 (directed by Martin Scorsese)
I should probably mention that I had very high expectations for this film. And it’s also fair to mention that it met those expectations fully. It was gorgeous, visually, but it had an intriguing story and good characters to back it up. And I was shocked on how charming and inventive it was as a kids film. The actors were great, especially Ben Kinglsey. I did feel like it dragged a little bit, but, to be fair, when does anyone ever remember a Scorsese film being short? What else is there to say but that it was a gorgeous film and everyone should see it. It deserved everything it won and more.

5/5 (I don’t want it to seem liked I’m just handing out 5/5s but if I say it’s a gorgeous film and everyone should see it and I don’t give it 5/5…I can’t. I’m not that douchey)

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