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    The Cast Of 'Hugo' Talk The Influence Of 'Under The Roofs Of Paris,' World War I & Working With Martin Scorsese

    As Graham King told us a few days back, casting a Martin Scorsese film is far from the hardest part of the process. With the director's legendary status now cemented by a long-overdue Best Director Oscar for "The Departed" a few years ago, top actors are delighted to line up, even...

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    Thankful for Scorsese: What's Next; Ebert's Goodfellas & Badfellas; Fast Company on the 'Greatest Living Director'

    Martin Scorsese is not slowing down, burning out---or selling out, either. "Hugo," his first children's tale and first 3-D film, opens this weekend, and is earning stellar reviews. While it may prove too rich for many mainstream moviegoers, it's a testament to his ongoing exuberanc...

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    Critical Consensus: Maltin vs. James

    In this installment of Critical Consensus, Leonard Maltin and Caryn James debate whether "The Artist" is a stunt and agree that Michelle Williams in "My Week WIth Marilyn" definitely is not.

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    Hugo—movie review

    Leave it to Martin Scorsese to use 3-D not as a gimmick, but as a means of drawing us into a unique and magical environment. Other films may boast of flashy special effects, but Scorsese has created a world of wonder—which is much more unusual—in his elaborate adaptation of Brian Selznic...

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    Producer Graham King On 3D, Casting & How Martin Scorsese Made 'Hugo' For His Daughter

    Producer Graham King On 3D, Casting & How Martin Scorsese Made 'Hugo' For His Daughter

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    Will Hugo's Rave Reviews Yield Audiences and Oscar Nominations?

    It's no surprise that film critics are loving "Hugo," Martin Scorsese's valentine to the birth of cinema and reinvention of the art of 3-D (November 23). In fact, as I was rejiggering my Oscar chart I recognized that in a field of small-scale movies this year,  the $150-m...

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    Martin Scorsese's Cape Fear at 20

    Martin Scorsese’s Cape Fear is first and foremost a work-for-hire directing job; this doesn’t make it a lesser film, simply a movie he didn’t attach himself to from the beginning. Released 20 years ago this month, Cape Fear was the bookend to that other thriller released earlier in the year, Jonatha...

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    Watch: Simon Pegg & Jeremy Renner in 'Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol' New Clip

    Watch: Simon Pegg & Jeremy Renner Show The Lighter Side Of 'Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol' In New Clip

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    Hugo: Scorsese's Magical Christmas Gift

    The magnificent opening sequence of Hugo transports us into its enchanting world. In 3-D, we are suddenly under softly falling snowflakes as the camera soars over the cityscape of Paris, the Eiffel Tower in the distance, then in a single shot keeps traveling down to the platform of a train station b...

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    Watch: "Drive" Parody Trailer "Drive Thru"

    What is it about movie parodies and fast food? Okay, maybe it's only been the "Twilight" with cheeseburgers video and the literally titled "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" cartoon and the Martin Scorsese parody "Fast Food" and the many obvious Ronald McDo...

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