"Everything has a purpose, clocks tell you the time, trains takes you to places. Hugo. What's your purpose?" -Isabell

"Everything has a purpose, clocks tell you the time, trains takes you to places. Hugo. What's your purpose?" -Isabell

"I'd imagine the whole world was one big machine. Machines never come with any extra parts, you know. They always come with the exact amount they need. So I figured if the entire world was one big machine ... I couldn't be an extra part. I had to be here for some reason." - Hugo Cabret, "Hugo" (2011)

"I'd imagine the whole world was one big machine. Machines never come with any extra parts, you know. They always come with the exact amount they need. So I figured if the entire world was one big machine ... I couldn't be an extra part. I had to be here for some reason." - Hugo Cabret, "Hugo" (2011)

Hugo - "Everything has a purpose, clocks tell you the time, trains takes you places. What's your purpose?"

Hugo - "Everything has a purpose, clocks tell you the time, trains takes you places. What's your purpose?"

This movie is fantastic. It still freaks me out that the kid who plays Hugo also plays little Mordred in Merlin, but oh well. XD

This movie is fantastic. It still freaks me out that the kid who plays Hugo also plays little Mordred in Merlin, but oh well. XD

Hugo     One of the best movies of 2011, and one of the best that I've seen

Hugo One of the best movies of 2011, and one of the best that I've seen

A great list of the best 2012 movies, including trailers and opinions.

A List of The Best 2012 Movies

Hugo has a great appreciation for art, photography, film, and the cinemas. "The blank white screen reminded Hugo of a band new piece of paper, he loved the wonderful whirring sound from the projector that filled the theater." (pp. 202, Selznick) Towards the end when Hugo moves in to Papa Georges, he starts to keep every ticket stub from each film he went to see with Isabelle at the cinema. (pp. 492, Selznick)

Hugo has a great appreciation for art, photography, film, and the cinemas. "The blank white screen reminded Hugo of a band new piece of paper, he loved the wonderful whirring sound from the projector that filled the theater." (pp. 202, Selznick) Towards the end when Hugo moves in to Papa Georges, he starts to keep every ticket stub from each film he went to see with Isabelle at the cinema. (pp. 492, Selznick)

Hugo (2012, dir. Martin Scorcese) - CGI Gare Montparnasse station. Production Design, Dante Ferretti. Art Direction Martin Foley, Christian Huband, Rod McLean, Stuart Rose, Luca Tranchino, David Warren (supervising art director), Dimitri Capuani, Steve Carter. Set Decoration Francesca Lo Schiavo.

Hugo (2012, dir. Martin Scorcese) - CGI Gare Montparnasse station. Production Design, Dante Ferretti. Art Direction Martin Foley, Christian Huband, Rod McLean, Stuart Rose, Luca Tranchino, David Warren (supervising art director), Dimitri Capuani, Steve Carter. Set Decoration Francesca Lo Schiavo.

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