The Perks Of Being A Wallflower: Review

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower is hands down one of my favourite movies. Comparing it to the book, they are awfully similar which viewers (and readers ) always like . Stephan Chbosky not just wrote the book but he also took on a strong role in the making of the film, which had a…

Everything has a purpose: “Hugo”

Hugo is Scorsese’s first family film, it is truly a heart warming movie of a young homeless boy named Hugo. Throughout this amazing movie we are exposed to spectacular sets and mystery seems to await at every turn. This movie produced by a talented director is based on a children’s book called “The Invention of…

It’s the Train of Life: Snowpiercer

  Snowpiercer, directed by Bong Joon-ho, is a thriller and adventurous film which takes place in the end result of a global-warming experiment gone wrong, ending in the entire population to live inside a forever travelling train, protecting them from the never-ending winter that has taken their world. Watching this movie has made me think…

Time is Power! Scorsese’s “Hugo”

  Hugo is a film directed by Academy Award winner Martin Scorsese and was initially written as a graphic novel by Brian Selznick; this was titled “The invention of Hugo Cabret”. The film uses an extensive range of visual techniques in order to recreate the plot visually. Although Hugo is considered to be a children’s…

The Worst Book About Movies Ever Made

  HUGO is the story of a 12 year old orphan boy named Hugo Cabret. He lives in the walls of a train station in 1931 Paris, fixing and maintaining the clocks of the station. Hugo was raised by his widowed father until… his father dies in a fire that consumes the entire museum that…

Magic! As never seen before: “Hugo”

Academy Award winner Martin Scorsese brings a new direction from his typical style of film making in the 2011 movie, Hugo. It emanates adventure, drama, mystery, and the love for the magic of cinema. The captivating and original movie follows the heart of an innocent, young Hugo, who, well, fixes things and even people. Hugo…

Remember who the enemy is: Catching Fire

Francis Lawrence brings us another thrilling, suspenseful, action movie. The Hunger Games Catching Fire is the second movie in the Hunger Games series and both movies are great. This film has many genres but the main ones are sci-fi and adventure, and those are my favourite genres. Francis Lawrence has directed many other movies such as…

Tick Tock: The power of “Hugo”

Hugo is a family film based on the graphic novel, ‘The Invention of Hugo Cabret’ by Brian Selznick. Martain Scorsese, the director of the film, has created a captivating film with many hidden messages and creative ideas. Hugo is set in the Golden Age of Paris (the late 1930s), while still referencing back to the beginning…