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Rating & Content Info
Why is Hugo rated PG? Hugo is rated PG by the MPAA for mild thematic material, some action/peril and smoking.
Violence: People are pushed and shoved to the ground as characters race through the train station. A man is caught on a hook dragged along the train platform. A dog nips at and bites a man. A fire in a building results in a man’s death. A deceased man is pulled out of a river. A child steals to survive. A man threatens a boy. A character is thrown into a holding pen and then picked up by police. Characters sneak into a movie theater. Characters hang from the side of buildings and experience other moments of peril in the movie, as well as in historical film footage. A train nearly runs over a person on the track.
Sexual Content: Men discuss a woman’s pregnancy and the paternity of the child. Other brief sexual innuendo is included.
Language: The script contains brief name-calling.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Smoking among secondary characters is repeatedly depicted. A man is drunk. Other characters drink on occasion.
Page last updated February 28, 2012
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News About "Hugo"
Cast and Crew
Hugo is directed by Martin Scorsese and stars Asa Butterfield, Chloe Moretz, Christopher Lee.
The most recent home video release of Hugo movie is February 27, 2012. Here are some details…
Home Video Notes: Hugo
Release Date: 28 February 2012
Hugo releases to home video in a Blu-ray Combo Pack (Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy) and a 3D Combo Pack (Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy). Both packages include:
- Shoot the Moon
- The Cinemagician, Georges Méliès
- The Mechanical Man at the Heart of Hugo
- Big Effects, Small Scale
- Sacha Baron Cohen: Role of a Lifetime
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Stuck in a place where people are always coming and going haunts some of the characters in this movie. In The Terminal, a man without a passport faces similar frustrations.
This movie is based on the illustrated novel, The Invention of Hugo Cabret. by Brian Selznick. Other movies inspired by children’s books include Bridge to Terebithia, Because of Winn Dixie and Charlotte’s Web.