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Alita The Battle Angel is a cyberpunk action thriller, which is inspired by Manga series, Gunnm. The film is scripted by James Cameron and Laeta Kalogridis and directed by Robert Rodriguez. Besides scripting the film, Cameron had produced the film along with Jon Landau. The film has Rosa Salazar, Christoph Waltz, Mahershala Ali, Jennifer Connelly, Jackie Earle Harley, Ed Skrein and Keean Johnson. Music is by Tom Holkenborg. The cinematography is by Bill Pope and editing is by Stephen E Rivkin.
In 2563, the earth is devastated after a catastrophic war. In the Iron City’s junkyard, cyborg scientist Dr. Dyson Ido finds out a dismantled female cyborg with a human brain. He fixes the cyborg with his dead daughter’s body parts and names it after his daughter, Alita. Hugo is a young boy, who dreams to settle in a wealthy sky city named Zalem. Alita becomes friends with him. Later, Alita finds out her power and also about Ido. Meanwhile, Grewishka, who wants Alita’s heart, damages her and Alita blinds him. Alita tries to get back her old memories. Did she gain her memory back? What happened to Grewishka? Watch the film in theaters!
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The love between a Machine and a human had been dealt with neatly by the director. The romance scenes are really fantastic and the action sequences too. Like the script, the screenplay is engaging too. Visualization is fantastic; especially Alita’s. The cinematography and editing are amazing and the music composition too. Watching Alita The Battle Angel in 3D is an excellent experience. The VFX works have come out well and impress the audiences.
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Alita The Battle Angel is a beautiful visual treat for the audiences. The romance between the machine and a man is neatly shown and the film is an excellent example of the technically perfect film. Watch it in theaters, you will love it!
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