Martin Scorsese has always been one for acting out of type, going from film to film as he pleases with as long a leash as you can give a director. "Shutter Island" was the bi-product of a curiosity and need to engineer with his films more. "Hugo", is considerably less so, unless you're speaking in terms of 3D. I can't say I'm entirely likely to see the film, and the simple goading of the technology doesn't do much to lure me in. What lures me in, always, is Scorsese's consistent visual integrity. But I'm not that interested in such CG-infused visual wonder as the raw visual wonder of his more compressed efforts.