Rating: 8 stars
Seen 4 times
When Alita awakens with no memory of who she is in a future world she does not recognize, she is taken in by Ido, 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.
Rated PG-13 | Length 122 minutes
Derrick Gilbert | Heath Young | Rachel Hudson | Michael W. Bunch | Betsy Medina | Amanda Marie Wilkinson | Michael Wakefield | Philippe Auguste | Tyler Vogel | Alex Moore | Ricky Lee | King | Gary Teague | Gregory Alexander Wight | Jeff Bottoms | Charlotte Delaney Riggs | Michael Love Toliver | Rachel Prieto | Liza Wilk | Don Daro | Marque Hernandez | Tristan Riggs | Keil Oakley Zepernick | Jai Courtney | Michelle Rodriguez | Edward Norton | David Sobolov | Gregg Berger | Paul de Sousa | Ibrahima Thiam | Vincent Fuentes | Jorge A. Jimenez | Tony LaThanh | Liz Tabish | Emma Lindsey | Darcel Danielle | John Wirt | Tod Junker | Sam Medina | Alan Nguyen | Anthony Bandmann | Neal Kodinsky | Alex Livinalli | Elle LaMont | Patrick Gathron | Dimitrius Pulido | Jamie Landau | Billy Blair | Casper Van Dien | Hugo Perez | Rick Yune | Marko Zaror | Racer Rodriguez | Leonard Wu | Derek Mears | Jeff Fahey | Idara Victor | Eiza González | Lana Condor | Jorge Lendeborg Jr. | Jackie Earle Haley | Ed Skrein | Jennifer Connelly | Garrett Warren | Keean Johnson | Mahershala Ali | Christoph Waltz | Rosa Salazar
After my THE PRODIGY screening I just walked into the main theater bc I knew ALITA had just started and watched it again. Wasn’t planning on it but after a few minutes I was hooked again so I just stayed and watched it. Each time I view this the bad stuff is more pronounced but the charm of Alita herself never wears off. I get why the English dialogue is so corny (it’s a manga based) but it’d be nice to see this character in a great screenplay.