Be sure to try new things: Martin Scorsese, a made guy in R-rated movies, delivers his first PG film in 18 years (the last was "Age of Innocence") and his first 3-D film ever. Keep an eye on your stuff, and don't forget a map: The French orphan boy Hugo Cabret (Asa Butterfield) loses his father's notebook and goes on a quest to find the secret message of a mechanical man. Drink with the locals: Hugo's adventure would never have happened if his boozy and cruel uncle, Claude (Ray Winstone), didn't get drunk and fall in the Seine. Bring a good book: Scorsese found his 1930s fable in the illustrated storybook "The Invention of Hugo Cabret," by Brian Selznick. Take lots of pictures: Scorsese swoons as he explores the hidden gears inside an Old Paris train station as well as the clocks, gadgets and damaged souls within its walls.