Yet, of those directors, there is one that ranks head and shoulders above the rest: Very few filmmakers have a filmography that contains just so many classics. This makes ranking them a tricky proposition. With so many great films, just how does one go about listing them from best to worst?
He hides in a Paris train station, winding the clocks and fixing an automaton that he and his father had been trying to repair. The machine can write when working properly. The opening scene is a beautiful landscape followed by a continuous sequence introducing the audience to Hugo and all of the intricate gears he lives within.
Photographic genius prevails throughout; pausing the movie at any point would produce a beautiful still frame that could be mounted over a fireplace.
The Best Cinematography: Hugo And Martin Scorcese’s 3D Wonderland Posted on December 10, April 16, by Jack Picone In , the Academy Award for Best Cinematography went to Robert Richardson for his work on Hugo, a 3D children’s film that just . Nov 19, · 'Every film's a test," says veteran director Martin Scorsese, whose new movie, "Hugo" -- based on the fantastical Brian Selznick novel "The Invention of Hugo Cabret" -- was something like a. Over the last 15 years, director Martin Scorsese has become the ultimate cinematic success story. Films such as Gangs of New York, The Departed, Hugo and The Wolf of Wall Street have been successful with both audiences and critics alike, garnering good reviews while pulling in big box office bucks.
There is never a dull visual, static compositions are obsolete and dynamic movements are fully apparent. The camera is placed in a severe angle pointed up as the ashes fall on top of the view. A sense of beautiful sorrow results. The movie and the music blend perfectly, helping to instill feelings of wonder, joy and suspense.
The score adds another layer to the story that does not overwhelm or scream for attention, just elegantly blends into creating a mood. The attention to detail in the costumes, props, and setting is astonishing. Every scene is filled with the dusty French feel.
There is no real sense of a bright white; everything is coated in a slight gray, creating a dirty atmosphere. Smoke bounces around the air in the most subtle ways. Period posters and advertisements plaster the walls.
The details in the background provide plenty of reasons for a second viewing.Movie Review: Hugo directed by Martin Scorsese. I was a bit apprehensive yet curious how he would adapt such a magnificent book about movies into a movie. Scorsese’s film, Hugo is visually stunning and captivating in it’s own way.
I felt a similar pull through the film with it’s beautiful use of cinematography and 3-D special effects. Hugo Directed by Martin Scorsese Starring Asa Butterfield, Chloe Grace Moretz, Ben Kingsley, Sacha Baron Cohen, Christopher Lee, Ray Winstone, Helen McCrory, Emily Mortimer, Jude Law.
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For Hugo, his adaptation of Brian Selznick's award-winning children's book, Scorsese took on the technical challenge of working in 3D for the first time in his career, and the resulting film got more Oscar nominations than any other movie that year.
Film: “Hugo” (Martin Scorsese, ) The camera is placed in a severe angle pointed up as the ashes fall on top of the view.
A sense of beautiful sorrow results. The movie and the music blend perfectly, helping to instill feelings of wonder, joy and suspense.
The score adds another layer to the story that does not overwhelm or .