Even if you absolutely hate children and family-friendly movies, you’ll want to see Hugo. What director Martin Scorsese does with a 3-D camera is revelatory. The depth of field he creates is remarkable, forming a window into a dense world approximately 900 times as beautiful as our own. As the orphaned title character runs through a 1930s train station in Paris, evading a delightfully Peter Sellers–ish security guard and trying to solve a mystery that stretches back to the dawn of cinema, you just can’t stop gawking at the movie history that’s unfurling before your eyes in real time. (See Movie Times)