Download: Alita Battle Angel (2019)

Alita: Battle Angel Early Reactions: An Immersive, Landmark 3D Adventure

Early reactions to Robert Rodriguez’s Alita: Battle Angel praise the film as an emotional, mind-blowing 3D adventure. It’s been a long road to the big screen for Alita: Battle Angel, which is based on the manga by Yukito Kishiro. James Cameron became a fan of the manga after being introduced to it by Guillermo del Toro, and he would spend years developing the material as a directing project for himself. It would eventually take a backseat when Cameron focused on developing the original Avatar, but as the years went by it would fall into development hell.

Alita Battle Angel (2019)

Cameron’s focus on the upcoming Avatar sequels made it seem unlikely he would ever get around to Alita: Battle Angel. Cameron would eventually pass the project on to Robert Rodriguez instead, giving the filmmaker over 600 pages of notes that had to be condensed into a workable script. The story of Alita: Battle Angel takes several centuries into the future, where a cyborg named Alita (Rosa Salazar) is nursed back to health by a kindly doctor (Christoph Waltz), who tries to help her remember her violent past.

     Alita: Battle Angel has had its release date pushed back a couple of times, and anticipation for the movie currently feels somewhat muted. Now early reactions are in, and it sounds like Rodriguez may have crafted the first unmissable blockbuster of 2019. The movie is praised as an immersive and emotional ride and one that makes great use of the 3D format.

Alita Battle Angel (2019)

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