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Alita: Battle Angel

8 Feb, 2019
2 hrs 04 mins
31,331 votes
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From visionary filmmakers James Cameron (AVATAR) and Robert Rodriguez (SIN CITY), comes ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL, an epic adventure of hope and empowerment. When Alita (Rosa Salazar) awakens with no memory of who she is in a future world she does not recognize, she is taken in by Ido (Christoph Waltz), a compassionate doctor who realizes that somewhere in this abandoned cyborg shell is the heart and soul of a young woman with an extraordinary past. As Alita learns to navigate her new life and the treacherous streets of Iron City, Ido tries to shield her from her mysterious history while her street-smart new friend Hugo (Keean Johnson) offers instead to help trigger her memories. But it is only when the deadly and corrupt forces that run the city come after Alita that she discovers a clue to her past - she has unique fighting abilities that those in power will stop at nothing to control. If she can stay out of their grasp, she could be the key to saving her friends, her family and the world she's grown to love.
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Verdict: A masterful display of brilliant filmmaking and technical craftsmanship. Knowing that two of the most visionary filmmakers in Hollywood would be coming together to bring one of the most renowned Japanese mangas to the big screen was more than enough to get us reeling in excitement for Alita: Battle Angel. Produced by James Cameron, the mastermind behind Avatar, this cyberpunk action film ... ...Read full review
Robert Rodriguez`s Alita: Battle Angel can`t really decide what it should be, how much it should be, and the length it should go towards revealing the sequels to follow. ...Read full review
James Camerons long-gestating passion project as the visual splendour of Avatar, and a towering central performance by Rosa Salazar. ...Read full review
Sci-fi? Young Adult? Robert Rodriguez`s film doesn`t know what it wants to be. ...Read full review
Alita: Battle Angel is entirely too heavy-handed and insubstantial to leave a desired impact. The effort may be extremely noble and respectable, but the finished product falls severely short. Ultimately, the real star is the look of the film. ...Read full review
Alita: Battle Angel` is a massive improvement over anything Hollywood has tackled before in adapting manga into the big screen. It`s never pretentious about what it`s about, keeps its characters grounded and flawed enough to be believable and the act... ...Read full review