Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Movie Review: Hugo
I went to see a movie yesterday, Hugo. The movie takes place in 1930's Paris-this is shown by playing the typical French music they play as a background in most French films. You can also see the Eiffel Tower from the train station which means that the movie is supposed to take place in Paris or Las Vegas, Nevada. Since the people in the movie aren't getting on the train looking broke, you know it isn't Las Vegas. The young orphan boy, Hugo, likes to fix things. He lives in a train station, and is working on a robot his dad was trying to fix before he died. This robot leads him to adventure, but I don't want to say anymore about that because it could spoil the movie for those who have yet to see it. It was a good movie-and it was different. The thing that really made it good was that there were 3 dogs in the movie with good parts. Personally, I thought they were the stars, but the humans will think it is the humans who were the stars. Please....the dog had more talent in one paw than the humans had in both legs! I give this movie 4 paws up which is about a 8 out of 10 on the human movie scale.