Amongst them was Martin Scorsese’s family adventure, Hugo, which picked up no less than five Oscars for visual effects, sound, art direction and cinematography. Hugo is perfect entertainment for all the family and a perfect film to enjoy in high definition, which is why it’s the prize for this week’s Blu-ray Monday competition. We’ll post one lucky winner a copy of it on Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D upon its release on 2nd April.
Twelve-year-old Hugo (Asa Butterfield) lives inside the walls of a Parisian train station in the 1930s. His very survival depends on anonymity, but when the enchanting Isabelle (Chloë Moretz) comes into his life, it quickly takes a dramatic twist and soon his most closely guarded secret is put at risk.
As usual with Blu-ray Monday, you have two chances to win. For your first entry hit the tweet button at the top of this post. Then for a second entry, leave a comment on this post in response to the following question:
With The Artist, The Help, The Iron Lady and Hugo winning big on the night, we’d like to know what you made of the Academy’s choices this year. Were the nominees spot on? Do you agree with the winners? Perhaps you think a certain film or fantastic performance was unfairly overlooked? Let us know your thoughts on the winners and losers from this year’s line-up.
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