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Alita: Battle Angel

Alita: Battle Angel

2019
Romance, Sci-fi
2h 2m
An action-packed story of one young woman's journey to discover the truth of who she is and her fight to change the world. (imdb)
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Alita: Battle Angel

2019
Romance, Sci-fi
2h 2m
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Rated 23 Apr 2022
85
63rd
Enjoyable, but I found myself more interested in the futuristic world on display than in the characters themselves (especially the snoozeworthy love interest). The ending screams "Sequels are coming!", but they probably aren't, which is a shame.
Rated 07 Mar 2019
73
64th
[Adjusts glasses] "Well, you see, in the manga...". I fully expected to dislike this, but I'll be damned, I had a good time. The setting is pretty nicely realised, the action is fluid and fun to watch, they get away with some decent kinda-gore and most important of all, Alita herself was enjoyable! Her mannerisms were so well done, and she quickly becomes a character who you want to see succeed. I can't believe I'm hoping for a sequel, but here we are.
Rated 24 Apr 2019
73
44th
A glossy, high action pastache of well used ideas in science fiction. "Alita" plays more like a collage of celebrated and even ridiculed sci-fi movies all united together in a mildly cohesive story. But it's still a good action film, with great effects, and enough omitted from the world to easily warrant an enjoyable sequel. Unfortunately, my score can't be any higher because of simple math. Rollerblades = Gay. Robots + Rollerblades = Still Gay.
Rated 27 Feb 2019
75
77th
I found the main character, the action scenes and the (admittedly generic) world so enjoyable that neither the somewhat inelegant script, some iffy compositing here and there nor even Ed Skrein's hammy performance came close to souring the experience for me. I haven't seen 'Avatar' since it came out, but I think I like 'Alita: Battle Angel' better. And I was definitely more into this than the 20 MCU films and most of Rodriguez' filmography.
Rated 29 Jun 2019
80
77th
It just isn’t a dystopian future if they aren’t playing Rollerball. PG robot gore is wild.
Rated 01 Sep 2019
82
40th
I enjoyed it. Solid directing from Rodriguez, and another great score from Junkie XL. The visual effects are undeniably astounding and the action is all great. The story itself isn't anything to write home about, but I thought it was perfectly fine for the movie. Acting was all good with Jackie Earle Haley and Christoph Waltz being the highlights. All in all, this was a really good time. It's just throughly entertaining and impressive to look at.
Rated 26 Jun 2020
65
58th
After a clunky exposition heavy first 20 minutes (in which I couldn't help wondering how this might had turned out had Cameron stayed on as director) the movie sort of found its groove, and won me over (with the exception of Bland Aladdin). It's very much a kids movie, but an action packed, dark and violent one, and I wouldn't mind revisiting the Beautifully realized dystopian world in a sequel.
Rated 07 Feb 2019
49
37th
Feels similar to Ghost in the shell (2017) but is even more flawed. Alita's disney-like CGI eyes aren't that bad but getting rid of them would've probably been better. Incredibly dull romance that doesn't work. Good action sequences but the excessive cyborg destruction is reminiscent of the Flesh Fair from A.I. (2001). Clunky exposition and too many plotlines that don't satisfying resolve by the credits. The whole movie ends up feeling like a prologue. Bad guy Nova looks just like James Cameron.
Rated 24 Feb 2019
60
44th
Although maybe taking some influence from GITS, Alita is nothing like Kusanagi and Cameron's world is nothing like the world imagined by Oshii & co. ABA instead feels like a standard blockbuster, with good action and a little heart-tuggin' (my gf cried). Decent watch in the cinema, but I wish the cyborg smashing parts were soundtracked like Terminator or Dimmu Borgir's Puritania.
Rated 01 Feb 2019
65
38th
Good action scenes housed inside a nonsense story with too many characters and flat emotional appeals.
Rated 09 Feb 2019
50
38th
Messy, but not terrible. A very kiddy cartoon style but way too rough for that kind of audience. Maybe it's a natural product of Rodriguez' eclectic filmography, mixing stuff like Shark Boy & Lava Girl and Machete. It's strange even deciding to make this big a production out of this property in the first place, not to mention the most sequel-pushing ending I've ever seen. Keean Johnson is the Hayden Christensen of our time, he's unbelievably flat and the romance doesn't work at all as a result.
Rated 18 Feb 2019
60
49th
Kind of sloppy plot but excusable for this type of film. You'll get over the eyes 2 minutes into the film.
Rated 23 Feb 2019
70
63rd
This tale of a cyborg warrior turned Rollerball queen has an unnecessarily muddled plot, but it delivers on spectacle, showcasing an incredibly detailed future world, some great CGI fights and a tough female lead who isn't pushing any kind of social agenda. Plus, it was worth the price of admission to see Christoph Waltz dressed as a 1940's gumshoe and swinging around a rocket powered sledge hammer. Ends in a dumb spot though, it should've been either 10 minutes shorter or 30 minutes longer.
Rated 08 Mar 2019
80
70th
Y'know, the more time I put between myself and my viewing of "Alita", the more I realize how invested I was in it and how much, despite the obvious flaws and simplicities in the way the story is told, I really enjoyed it. Cameron and Rodriguez have combined to create a visually-spectacular and interesting film that conquers its shortcomings via the sheer charisma of its main character, and the unexplored branches of its world. If there is to be more of this universe, I'm very much here for it.
Rated 07 May 2020
60
72nd
Robert Rodriguez's Cy-Kids --------------- The visuals were great and the fight scenes were good, but some things were left to be desired, like the initial introduction to Murderball with the local street toughs (aka Disney rejects) The amount of cheese here could have only come from James Cameron's giant Avatar hard-on, as it seeped out onto the page. It almost made "Unobtanium" look genius.
Rated 07 Oct 2019
68
52nd
How could I not like a big budget, super imaginative Mexican Blade Runner that lovingly pours sci-fi inspirations all over itself but comes out as something bright, shiny, new and most of all FUN!? Trying to throw words at this will never capture how I feel watching stuff like this. And Salazar was great.
Rated 24 Feb 2019
75
77th
The CGI applied to Rosa Salazar transformed her into an extremely cute character. She provided an abundance of charming and engaging scenes. Unfortunately, much of the action and the battle animations were overdone and excessively amped up. Music was good. The story worked well up to the very end when it completely fell apart. Christoph Waltz was charismatic. Jennifer Connelly was underutilized. Overall it was quite entertaining and well worth watching.
Rated 11 Feb 2019
68
63rd
I actually enjoyed this despite Cameron's dog shit screenplay. Definitely one for the big screen rather than at home.
Rated 13 Feb 2019
8
87th
People have to get over the fact that blockbusters are blockbusters. Depsite being cringy at times, this movie has a lot of soul and some really pretty visuals. The main character is actually interesting and not a random generic throwaway, the setting is intriguing for those who aren't familiar with it, the only dick move is that ending.
Rated 14 Feb 2019
64
63rd
Alita is by far the best part of the movie and thankfully she's in almost every scene. The rest is a combination of teenage science fiction and Rollerball. Some really nice action scenes but no climax.
Rated 01 Mar 2019
70
41st
It's certainly entertaining. Alita is a good character that can be a badass while also invoking some emotion. The action sequences are satisfying all around but I wouldn't say they're incredibly noteworthy. The world is realized just enough to be interesting while also not being incredibly noteworthy. The thing that lets this down is how hokey it is. There is so much bad dialogue here, especially from that hulk that called her little flea. Some scenes are a little much, as well.
Rated 06 Mar 2019
69
47th
Fairly decent attempt to mold something a little different into a blockbuster, with a generic but fun world and characters that you want to continue exploring. The problem is it's a bit overstuffed, a common problem with comic adaptations, and the ending is a let down. Connelly is just sort of there, but Salazar and Waltz do a good job getting you to invest emotionally. And while yes you get used to the ginormous anime eyes pretty quickly, I don't think they really add anything either.
Rated 09 Apr 2019
69
48th
I wish they gave the script a few more work-overs. The sequel bait ending is a problem. That said, the effects work is really good. The performance of Alita is keeps the film together at it's creakiest. I have to say, I would watch a sequel.
Rated 24 Jul 2019
69
73rd
Pretty shit story doesn't hold back some stellar imagery and pretty good acting. This was a lot of fun.
Rated 26 Feb 2019
63
30th
This does what a blockbuster should do: entertain with all the frills. The romance is clunky and the plot has enough holes that makes you wish this was done as an elongated series. Still, the action is fairly cool and the animation creepily good. Alita as a character is brimming with optimism and a healthy dose of energy that is refreshing to see.
Rated 24 Feb 2019
50
15th
I get that I'm not exactly the target market for this movie, but holy crap... they did 20 things poorly instead of doing 2 or 3 things well.
Rated 21 Sep 2019
72
44th
The plot is a little hazy and the script/screenplay is full on average but the Alita-kicking-ass scenes are great, and the graphics are really impressive. Fact is even though it didn't quite hit the heights you might hope for its still far better than most blockbuster type films today. Didn't get to see it in the cinema and feel like that was really what is was made for.
Rated 14 Feb 2019
40
32nd
Developing a theory this was all Ido's dream after his daughter was killed.
Rated 17 Feb 2019
7
63rd
Follows the source material quite well, albeit in a more hollywoodified fashion (more melodrama, more cheesy romance etc.) Unfortunately like the anime it's based on it also ends on a cliffhanger. It's as good as one can possibly expect for a live action adaptation of anime/manga.
Rated 18 Feb 2019
87
87th
Its refreshing and fun. I look forward to a sequel.
Rated 18 Feb 2019
77
48th
Cameron's influence -good & bad- is strong here. As in Avatar, there's alot of world building even though what's being built feels very derivative. (All of this - esp a bar scene- could've easily come from a 70's Heavy Metal magazine.) There's a CGI obsession to rival Lucas but at least there's effort to make us care about characters, however simplistic they might be. This allows us to feel invested in most of the action scenes, which, in Cameron-style are shot for maximum impact & clarity.
Rated 19 Feb 2019
7
63rd
Anyone who mentions uncanny valley doesn't know what it's supposed to mean.
Rated 05 Mar 2019
40
38th
Answers the burning question: What if Transformers had human faces? It's kind of like if "The Phantom Menace"'s running time was a full 50% podracing and the other half all lightsaber battles. That sounds good, lots of action, but man, you need some plot thrown in there...
Rated 06 Mar 2019
77
77th
Well paced action blockbuster with cool cyborgs, amazing cyborgs and awesome cyborgs. I like cyborgs is what I'm saying. So this movie was definitely up my alley. I liked that the movie avoided the info dump that many movies use to introduce you to its world. As far as blockbusters go very well done.
Rated 07 Mar 2019
88
95th
It isn't often a sci-fi flick is made well. Most are certainly with good intentions (unlike a lot of other Hollywood junk) but it is incredibly satisfying to watch the successful ones with their world-building. Alita delivers a great spectacle, visual effects and teases an appropriate amount of mythos that makes it feel like a fleshed out creation (this is probably coz it has source material inspiration, but even then other movies don't get it right). Enjoyed myself thoroughly.
Rated 29 Mar 2019
57
60th
Meh. The world is aesthetically pleasing but I found the script cheesy with a lot of lame side characters. Alita herself is a well acted and likable character, but I found it hard to invest myself too heavily in the boring side plot with her boyfriend and the usage of amnesia is really overdone in fiction. The action scenes are decent enough, but after a certain point, they become overly one-sided while rarely making much use of the cool augmented powers characters have.
Rated 12 Jul 2019
65
62nd
Alita: Battle Angel is the poster-child for a mixed bag. The film has no shortage of cool concepts and delightful designs, but is let down by a plot packed with an unconvincing love-story, an intriguing but side-lined sport, an good action-filled identity crisis, and an unfortunate sequel-baiting mythology. The CG on Alita is a little uncanny valley, reminiscent of game cinematic trailers (which I liked), but doesn't quite mesh with real humans. Salazar is good, but the rest of the cast isn't.
Rated 28 Jul 2019
65
76th
It's been more than a decade I found an adaptation appropriate and enjoyed a hollywood movie with childish glee. It nails everything as far as I'm concerned. A simple, visually followable scifi actioner that hearkens to 80ies actions.
Rated 17 Jul 2020
82
47th
A movie where they use the uncanny valley-effect succesfully to portray a cyborg from another life, yet make her very sympathetic and lovable. Juxtapose this with the plot which also has the uncanny valley-effect: it's close to a solid story, yet some things that are hard to put my finger on, feel off. And still, in the end, a very lovable and sympathetic project.
Rated 18 Sep 2021
75
72nd
Elysium 2.0. If a sequel existed I would have put it on right away.
Rated 27 May 2020
63
62nd
Alita: A Sports Movie. The world is intriguing and characters have enough dimension (tho Waltz definitely comes off more creepy than probably was meant), I'm not just into sports. I don't care about Battle Royale Footballskating. Also I feel Alita was more aggressive in this iteration than in the original Japanese ones where the juxtaposition between her being innocent and cute, but at the same time a merciless warrior, worked better.
Rated 08 Mar 2019
57
45th
Feels more like a live action anime than 'Ghost in the Shell' with Scarlett Johansson, and the action scenes are well done. But neither the story nor (most of) the characters did it for me.
Rated 27 Mar 2019
70
38th
The art direction and fight choreography was beautiful. There's one fight in particular that really benefitted from the fact that the protagonist has a destructible body. The story was mediocre, though I was unfamiliar with the manga source material. I was not off-put by Alita's CGI eyes at all, however the acting from the rest of cast was where the movie suffered.
Rated 15 Feb 2019
82
32nd
Decently entertaining, but seemed like it ended before the natural conclusion of the story.
Rated 17 Feb 2019
53
31st
Deep in the uncanny valley, generic and kind of boring. Some fights are fun, but that's it.
Rated 17 Feb 2019
76
66th
Normally I'm not into superhero action scenes, but in this movie I enjoyed the fights.
Rated 18 Feb 2019
48
14th
Alita: Battle Angel is a gorgeous film with exciting action and a wonderful score, but its already convoluted and formulaic plot gets further bogged down by recycled dialogue.
Rated 19 Feb 2019
4
63rd
I figure the best way to argue for this movie is just how damn charming it is; so much care and dedication is visible on its world and characters that the straining plot, from trying to cram a lot of episodic plots together, doesn't become a major issue.
Rated 20 Feb 2019
60
47th
Robert Rodriguez'in yeni oyuncağı. Pinokyo masalı ile başlayan film, Romeo ve Juliet trajedisi ile bitiriyor. Android dünyasını izlediğimiz, yeni kültürler öğrendiğimiz bir anime uyarlaması. Her ne kadar senaryosunda ? varsa bir devam filminin yolunu açmış. Parçalandım ve her bir parçamı ayrı yere bıraktım.
Rated 22 Feb 2019
69
52nd
Filmin post akoliptik ortama nasıl düştüğümüzü anlatma gibi bir derdi yok. Vaadettiği aksiyonu sunuyor. Alita'nın çevresindeki oyuncular da kalburüstü seçilmiş, iki boyutlu karakterler olarak sadece hikayede anlatıcı rolünden öte bir derinlik katmıyorlar. Mümkünse IMAX izleyin. Hikayeyi filmin ticari başarı yakalayacağını umarak tamamlamamışlar. Umarım başarılı olur, zira devam filmini de izlerim.
Rated 26 Feb 2019
74
43rd
I was expecting to be put off by having a human CGI lead character in a live-action film, and to my surprise this never happened. The visual effects in Alita's character design as well as the portrayal of Iron City are very impressive. The action moments are enjoyable, but on a plot level the film left a little to be desired. I liked the pacing, however it feels like they were trying to include too much story for the runtime that they had, leaving things a little too open-ended.
Rated 26 Feb 2019
80
81st
Never having read the manga or anything else related to this movie, I enjoyed watching it tremendously. Sure it was a bit predictable in parts, but it was still a great window into a rich and fascinating world. I just hope they will leave it as this and not make a sequel...
Rated 28 Feb 2019
92
95th
Unrivaled CGI effects, absolutely perfect action choreography, friendly rating, and an inspiring, relatable protagonist. The love interest actor's performance drags down the entire movie (he intones every line the exact same way!), but he was a written-to-die character, so the sequel (hoping there is one!) should be much stronger.
Rated 28 Feb 2019
70
58th
This was a pleasant surprise with it being super entertaining, particularly thanks to its terrific action sequences. It does however immediately lose some credit in my books because of its obvious set up for future films rather than focusing on a self-contained film. Nevertheless, the film really does look amazing and while Alita herself is a little jarring at first, she will quickly grow on you as she shines throughout the whole film.
Rated 02 Mar 2019
70
76th
good movie
Rated 06 Mar 2019
70
70th
Let me start by saying that objectively this is NOT a good movie. The plot is a nonsensical mess, the characters change persona as often and suddenly as infants shit themselves, the love story is laughable, the action is silly and the battle speeches are over the top annoying. So why did I enjoy it? For the reasons already mentioned. "Alita: Battle Angel" is a ton of fun for all the wrong reasons in a Disney Channel sorta way. I laughed from the beginning to the end.
Rated 07 Mar 2019
75
35th
I only went to see this to make use of the Limitless card I have but it ended up being pretty neat! Story is cookie-cutter and characters are paper-thin, but the visuals and set-pieces are astonishing and the world-building is excellent. Plus Rosa Salazar gives a hell of a lead performance. Overall the joy of the cyborg fights etc made up for the draggier parts like the incredibly dull love interest, but I’ll never watch it again. edit: I might actually
Rated 26 Mar 2019
70
42nd
Rodriguez's adaptation of the manga series is not exactly a bad movie, but it tries to adapt so much of the original plot that it ends up with paper thin characters who spend half the movie fighting each other and the other half explaining the plot to each other. It's a pretty good time when they are doing the former and deadly dull when doing the latter. It ultimately asks you to be invested in a love story between paper cutouts and a conflict that has not really been properly explained.
Rated 06 Apr 2019
67
60th
Good character development though there was way too many plot lines and non-satisfied execution of them. The explosive action looked nice though there was a lot details I did not like. As a prequel (?) there was more questions than answer. Alita was very contradictory entity.
Rated 07 Mar 2020
70
35th
Remember that bizzare adaptation of Rock 'em Sock 'em Robots with Hugh Jackman? That's ok, no one else does either, but Alita reminds me of it. And Elysium, and District 9, and Tron Legacy, and Pacific Rim, and I think you get the point. Anyway this is one of the better cg driven sci-fi blockbusters of the 2010s, but it's hardly perfect - the action is miles better than the tepid drama and rehash of the lazy class consciousness narrative that every big YA/sci-fi flick has had since Hunger Games.
Rated 16 Jul 2019
61
30th
I really wanted to like this movie a lot more. It has so much going for it. Rodriguez, Pope, Holkenborg, Salazar, that whole world... But it has its structural issues. Is at times a little unfocussed when it comes to what the main plot is supposed to be or what the characters motivations are, what they care about most... And Bland Boyfriend was just too bland. The action was great. But there was too little of it and when it was happening it had too little of a connection to the story too often.
Rated 26 Jul 2019
33
10th
Completely superficial script with no interest in engaging an audience older than it's target market. The boyfriend subplot had a pay-off but was a slog to set up & the way they talked to each other felt like the script was in a foreign language and the words they were using was the realllly simplified subtitled translation... Positives - the animation & choreography keep the film's head just above water..annoyingly the plot doesn't actually end as well.
Rated 29 Jul 2019
40
11th
What an awful script. It starts and then abandons numerous character arcs, has no clear goal, and ends abruptly with nothing resolved, as if it were an episodic tv show.
Rated 25 Sep 2019
72
46th
The cyborg fights are fun. Alita and the street kids are unconvincing for completely different reasons ("it's a harsh world" says a smiling smooth skinned could-be Disney channel star), and that guy from the Tarantino movies looks really silly with his cartoonishly oversized rocket powered hammer. They should have deleted the Quidditch matches or expanded them.
Rated 09 Aug 2019
70
67th
The story's not that original, and the structure is huge goddamn mess, but I thought it was cool. It might be the purest live action adaptation of a manga/anime I've seen. The visual effects were absolutely incredible, especially in regards to Alita herself. Rosa Salazar was great, too. Really fun action sequences and nice production design, too. I really hope this gets a sequel, not only because I want to see more, but because it frustratingly didn't really have an ending.
Rated 04 Sep 2019
6
70th
Hey shut the fuck up about going to Zalem. Zalem sucks just hang out on earth brah. Other than that it was a pretty fun bit of sci fi cheese I guess, liked the robot dogs lol
Rated 13 Sep 2019
70
82nd
Though it has many flaws, including an extremely awkward first act & a plot that takes too long to figure out where it's going, there's enough good in it to make up for the not-so-good. The entire cast turn in very strong performances, the action is great, & the story is fine for what it is, if a bit cartoonish in points. Alita's character development- though rushed- is awesome, & the setup for an obvious Part 2 doesn't feel hamfisted or forced. Overall, very entertaining & very worth seeing.
Rated 29 Sep 2019
74
58th
What would stories be without contrived teenage romances? But apparently the movie is faithful to the source material in this regard. I did appreciate it for the theme about loving someone physically different than yourself. Overall, much better than Blade Runner 2049.
Rated 30 Sep 2019
75
74th
As an anime lover I absolutely love this coming out! Perfect CGI + action and I think they sticked pretty close to the original story of the anime. BRING US MORE !!!! :D Although this theme has been done a lot of times, people probably forget that the anime is pretty old so very very original in its day.
Rated 17 Jun 2020
85
91st
Having read the manga (the source material) I must say the movie did a pretty good job despite all the limitations which it has to deal with for the final cut. Obviously the manga provides more depth and absorbing storytelling but as a standalone Live action, this movie is very great. Clearly the directors tried very hard to make a good Gunnm live action.
Rated 14 May 2020
89
81st
Proof that sometimes the "old guard" can do better than the new generation - feels like Rodriguez taking notes from Gilliam and Besson in a riff on BLADE RUNNER (with executive producer Cameron's fingerprints everywhere) - a minor miracle in modern sci-fi: a brilliantly realised futuristic world, fluid and exciting action scenes and a kick-ass heroine in a charismatic Salazar makes this a treat, flavoured by Rodriguez's distinctively irreverent sense of humour.
Rated 21 May 2020
5
91st
Alita so much more readily accomplishes so much of what Avatar was aiming for (and I say that as one of the few remaining fans of that film) that I can only imagine what a mind-bending version Cameron would've given us. I'll gladly settle for Rodriguez' take, though: a candy-coated post-apocalypse that gracefully walks the line between being a legitimately touching and empowering story of a woman finding her identity and being, of course, fun as hell.
Rated 25 Aug 2021
35
19th
A father bestows a juvenile body upon his reborn daughter, then she insists on a more mature one, but her ability to fully assert herself in the world of power does not come until she steals an impressive sword from a hubristic man who had himself stolen it from a godlike being. Her quasi-mother has no sword of her own, and instead sluttishly (in black suspenders) aligns herself with a black man, only to learn that she has mistakenly cast her lot with a glorified slave. Not too bad for kids.
Rated 01 Sep 2021
58
38th
It's pretty good for what it is but this kind of huge spectacle film is— to quote the inimitable Fletcher— not quite my tempo. The structure and pacing made this feel more like a couple episodes of a TV series rather than a film to me.
Rated 04 Jun 2022
71
49th
It kind of succeeded in transferring the visually awkard aesthetic of the manga to live-action and some of the action sequences are top-notch. As I grew up with this stuff, just that was enough for me in a way. But, objectively, it does not move too much beyond being an 'eye-candy" field, even though both Norton and Waltz did wonders with their characters. To be fair, the original manga series do not harness the full power of the setting either.
Rated 18 Nov 2022
90
97th
Pas la peine de tourner en rond, Alita est l'un des films d'Action les plus originaux, les plus ambitieux, les plus cool et les plus lucratifs de toute l'histoire. C'est ordonné, détaillé, émouvant, puissant et fascinant. C'est aussi le film le plus abouti de Robert Rodriguez.
Rated 04 Nov 2019
20
6th
A movie that keeps on insisting it would've been groundbreaking 30 years ago, however it does little to convince us that it has as much to say as any of the films it draws inspiration from.
Rated 13 Aug 2019
73
74th
Visually great, incredible character/world design and CGI. At least if you are a sucker of cyber-punk like me. The plot? a bit blockbuster-y, but not in every bit. More AAA movie like this, less Marvel movies please.
Rated 26 Sep 2020
70
59th
mediocre story, stunning visuals, decent acting
Rated 15 Nov 2019
60
62nd
Not bad.
Rated 04 Dec 2019
76
42nd
Pure fun.
Rated 28 Feb 2019
54
11th
Filme pozitif önyargıyla başlamama rağmen korkunç senaryo gedikleri ve tek boyutlu karakterleri sebebiyle maalesef büyük hayal kırıklığı oldu. Animasyonlar ve aksiyon sahneleri iyi fakat filmi geri kalan katastrofisini görmezden getirebilecek kadar değil.
Rated 13 Mar 2019
90
88th
This movie has fantastic world building, and incredible visuals and sound. Rosa Salazar gives a fantastic performance as Alita. She really pulls me in and I can't take my eyes off her performance. While the other actors don't quite match that, the world is still interesting enough to make me love every minute. I also really like Christoph Waltz's Ido character. I really hope this gets a sequel, because it definitely deserves it!
Rated 03 Apr 2019
60
58th
ger; [Alita: Battle Angel]; ein Android hat sein Gedächtnis verloren und versucht sich in der am Boden liegenden Zubringer-Stadt zurecht zu finden.;
Rated 01 May 2019
70
54th
Good story but it's actually a to be continued episode, where the follow on could well never be made.
Rated 07 Nov 2019
55
50th
There is something about all these CGI robot films that falls completely flat for me. I thought it would be awesome, but I found it so dull.
Rated 19 May 2019
60
52nd
Just another day in TrashWorld
Rated 13 Jun 2019
66
47th
S
Rated 22 Aug 2019
55
41st
Fantastic imagery, poorly developed storyline.
Rated 03 Jul 2019
65
58th
neden aşk?
Rated 07 Jul 2019
70
61st
Not bad. Enjoyed the podracing.
Rated 10 Jul 2019
70
37th
Nicely done, but nothing new or memorable. Apart from the gore, might as well have been Disney. Oh wait, by now it is... I really didn't like this voice for Alita, it felt off for the character. Still, Alita is sweet and I enjoyed watching it all the same.
Rated 28 Jul 2019
43
51st
#19#, exp3, rw3, popcorn, story, ratings, dir Rodriguez/1, cast.
Rated 02 Aug 2019
23
4th
duh
Rated 10 Aug 2019
60
30th
Stunning Mary Sue hodgepodge with a plasticky feel to it
Rated 12 Aug 2019
50
18th
SPOILERS: James Cameron writes another scene where a girl drops her love interest to their death.
Rated 30 Aug 2019
81
44th
Even if you didn't like the writing, directing, acting, etc, you can'y deny that this movie looks amazing. I thought the acting was actually pretty good, even though the story wasn't so solid. Definitely worth a watch, especially if you like anime.
Rated 08 Sep 2019
65
63rd
First just to get it out of the way, this is nowhere near as good as the Manga or even the '90s anime and not just due to the toned down violence...
Rated 30 Sep 2019
94
87th
1760: i love it!
Rated 10 Oct 2019
55
26th
This is the day I felt old, at least middle aged. I noticed that this kind of films give me absolutely no pleasure.

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