An innocent tale of an orphaned boy living in a train station attending to the clocks. A cinematic masterpiece by Scorsese telling a story, but wanting us to know we need to help preserve the films An amazingly visual movie that tells more that one story. I love the cast of this movie!!! Even the supporting cast members are fun to watch as side characters at the train station!! Sacha Baron Cohen was never my favorite actor, but I really liked him as the mean Station Inspector!!...Chloe Moretz plays Isabelle, Hugo's friend in the movie...she is just adorable..and one to watch out for in future films!! BUT...Ben Kingsley, to me at least, is central to this story. You don't realize his importance until we get further in to the film, but he is an amazing actor that I enjoy watching.I love old movies!! and this one kind of gives homage to the old b/w and silent movies!! It even made me want to look in to the history of films more...how they made movies back then and now?? wow...how different can it be!!The only downside I saw to the movie was it moved rather slowly in parts...but not enough for me to think negativelyabout the movie. The only thing now....it has made me want to read the book now!!! and there is a sequel to the book...will there be another movie??? We shall see!!!