Alita: Battle Angel

Alita: Battle Angel


An angel falls. A warrior rises.

Producer James Cameron teams up with helmer Robert Rodriguez for this feature adaptation of Yukito Kishiro's classic manga starring Rosa Salazar.... More

In the twenty-sixth century, a female cyborg is rescued from the scrap heap by Ido (Christoph Waltz), a scientist. With no memory of who she is or any recognition of the world around her, Alita sets out on a journey that will lead her to take on the injustices of the world and find out who she really is.

Producer Cameron has stated that "What I’m going to do is take the spine story and use elements from the first four books. So, the Motorball from books three and four, and parts of the story of one and two will all be in the movie."Hide

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BY aleanaf lister

The highlight of this film truly is the animation. How the characters and setting were done is remarkable!
The action scenes are awesome and just an overall fun movie to watch.

A visual feast that re-sets the standard for special effects, fantastic sound editing and a lead character you' ll find yourself cheering for. Alita is a movie to just grab your coke and popcorn, shut the door on the world and enjoy the ride.

BY Tele335 lister

One star for bang wallop crash. Another for a wasted leading lady. Abysmal story, grafted together from recycled scrap parts. Nothing happens to jolt this tone deaf mess into life.

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The Press Reviews

  • Alita: Battle Angel is an experience well-worth that extra 3D cash. Full Review

  • Their chutzpah is admirable, but perhaps, on this occasion, a little misplaced. Full Review

  • Throw in an impressive supporting cast that includes Jennifer Connolly, Mahershala Ali, Jack Earle Hayley and Michelle Rodriguez and the result is an absorbing, entertaining rollercoaster ride that - fingers-crossed - may allow Alita to fight another day. Full Review

  • A pretty zappy effects showcase, weighed down by a protracted, soul-challenged Frankenstory that short-circuits every time it gets moving. Full Review

  • It's a rare thing to say about a James Cameron project, but you come out feeling like you've seen it all before. Full Review

  • Impressive VFX and bursts of action can't mask the fact that this is a tonally confused start for a sci-fi franchise hopeful, made up of scrap parts you've seen put to better use elsewhere. Full Review

  • It doesn't have the grownup, challenging, complicated ideas of Ghost in the Shell. A vanilla dystopian romance. Full Review

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