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In 1931 Paris, an orphan living in the walls of a train station gets wrapped up in a mystery involving his late father and an automaton.

Director: Martin Scorsese
Writer: John Logan (screenplay by), Brian Selznick (based on the book entitled "The Invention of Hugo Cabret" by)
Production: Paramount Studios
Year: 2011
MetaScore: 83/100
ImdbRating: 7.5
BoxOffice: $73,820,094
Released: 23 Nov 2011
Awards: Won 5 Oscars. Another 56 wins & 190 nominations.

49 Clips & Quotes

I'd imagine the whole world was one big machine - Hugo 01:05 I'd imagine the whole world was one big machine Maybe it's the same with people - Hugo 00:46 Maybe it's the same with people If you've ever wondered where your dreams come from - Hugo 00:26 If you've ever wondered where your dreams come from We could get into trouble - Hugo 00:20 We could get into trouble It's all gone now - Hugo 00:47 It's all gone now You've tried to forget the past for so long - Hugo 00:33 You've tried to forget the past for so long Once upon a time - Hugo 01:12 Once upon a time I address you all tonight as you truly are - Hugo 00:20 I address you all tonight as you truly are This might be an adventure - Hugo 00:22 This might be an adventure We painted them by hand - Hugo 00:15 We painted them by hand Thinking I could fix it - Hugo 01:20 Thinking I could fix it Don't forget to smile - Hugo 00:15 Don't forget to smile If he is deceased - Hugo 00:18 If he is deceased I think we should be very - Hugo 00:12 I think we should be very Then it's straight to the orphanage with you - Hugo 01:04 Then it's straight to the orphanage with you It worked perfectly - Hugo 00:11 It worked perfectly Where do you live - Hugo 00:11 Where do you live Christina Rossetti's her name - Hugo 00:49 Christina Rossetti's her name My father took me to the movies all the time - Hugo 01:10 My father took me to the movies all the time Like everything else - Hugo 00:26 Like everything else I know you're there - Hugo 00:18 I know you're there Give me back my notebook - Hugo 00:19 Give me back my notebook Your grandfather stole my notebook - Hugo 00:44 Your grandfather stole my notebook A keyhole in the shape of a heart - Hugo 00:18 A keyhole in the shape of a heart There was a fire - Hugo 00:22 There was a fire There's nothing wrong with crying - Hugo 00:23 There's nothing wrong with crying Where are we going - Hugo 00:32 Where are we going I think I'm halfway in love with David Copperfield - Hugo 00:17 I think I'm halfway in love with David Copperfield Don't you like books - Hugo 00:21 Don't you like books Do you think it's mine - Hugo 00:54 Do you think it's mine I saw this movie - Hugo 00:23 I saw this movie Do you want to have an adventure - Hugo 00:14 Do you want to have an adventure Seems Maximilian doesn't like the cut of your jib - Hugo 00:36 Seems Maximilian doesn't like the cut of your jib That's enough poetry for today - Hugo 00:13 That's enough poetry for today We're here to either get on trains or get off them - Hugo 00:30 We're here to either get on trains or get off them Since I just saved your life - Hugo 00:21 Since I just saved your life This is marvelous - Hugo 00:17 This is marvelous This is superlative - Hugo 00:11 This is superlative What's going on - Hugo 00:21 What's going on Those are lovely posies - Hugo 00:51 Those are lovely posies The Film Academy library - Hugo 01:49 The Film Academy library Professor Tabard - Hugo 01:22 Professor Tabard You bloated buffoon - Hugo 00:11 You bloated buffoon Everything has a purpose - Hugo 00:28 Everything has a purpose I wonder what my purpose is - Hugo 00:13 I wonder what my purpose is He's so fragile now - Hugo 00:19 He's so fragile now You were an actress - Hugo 00:37 You were an actress I would recognize the sound of a movie projector anywhere - Hugo 00:19 I would recognize the sound of a movie projector anywhere You can start with the thaumatrope - Hugo 00:17 You can start with the thaumatrope

Cast

Georges Méliès - Ben Kingsley
Station Inspector - Sacha Baron Cohen
Hugo Cabret - Asa Butterfield
Uncle Claude - Ray Winstone
Lisette - Emily Mortimer
Monsieur Labisse - Christopher Lee
Mama Jeanne - Helen McCrory
Rene Tabard - Michael Stuhlbarg
Madame Emilie - Frances de la Tour
Monsieur Frick - Richard Griffiths
Hugo's Father - Jude Law
Policeman - Kevin Eldon
Young Tabard - Gulliver McGrath
Street Kid - Shaun Aylward
Django Reinhardt - Emil Lager
Theatre Manager - Angus Barnett
Camera Technician - Edmund Kingsley
Train Engineer - Max Wrottesley
Train Engineer Assistant - Marco Aponte
Café Waitress - Ilona Cheshire
Child at Café - Francesca Scorsese
Child at Café - Emily Surgent
Child at Café - Lily Carlson
Arabian Knight - Frederick Warder
Arabian Knight - Christos Lawton
Arabian Knight - Tomos James
Young Tabard's Brother - Ed Sanders
Circus Barker - Terence Frisch
Circus Barker - Max Cane
Gendarme - Frank Bourke
Gendarme - Stephen Box
Salvador Dali - Ben Addis
James Joyce - Robert Gill
French Fisherman - Mihai Arsene
Talent Scout - Lasco Atkins
Girl in Cafe - Catherine Balavage
Magic Theatre Guest - Gintare Beinoraviciute
OTT Stylist - Doc Butler
Parisian in Cafe - James Currie
Railway Porteur 71 - Graham Curry
Train Station Pedestrian - Amanda Dyar
Policeman - Eric Haldezos
Theatre Goer - Michael Hennessy
Local Woman - Vera Horton
Gentleman - Elliot James
Business Man - Kostas Katsikis
Mermaid - Helen Kingston
Theater Guest - Hugo Malpeyre
Spectator - Eric Moreau
Business Man - Ed Pearce
Worker - Gino Picciano
Projectionist - Michael Pitt
Gentleman with Newspaper - Paul Redfern
Photographer - Martin Scorsese
Party Guest - Brian Selznick
Passenger on Train - Nick Shaw
French Artist - Paul Simmons
Parisian Commuter - Jane Staiano