Dr. Dyson Ido (Christoph Waltz) has made an unusual, and very dangerous discovery
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James Cameron, Robert Rodriguez, Christoph Waltz, Mahershala Ali. From the screenplay, the Director, to the spectacle of Alita: Battle Angel “offers” concentrated Hollywood-the Power and the Oscar experience. What is at stake in the film adaptation of the Japanese manga “Battle Angel Alita” and what the audience should be set, if you buy a cinema ticket, there here to Read.
Big eyes, great Action – this is it
We the 26 letter. Century: a stroll through the junkyard of the scientists, Dr. Dyson Ido (Waltz) searches for the parts actually, only after getting the spare. But then he spotted the Remains of a humanoid, high-tech Cyborgs (Rosa Salazar). The creature has the appearance of a young girl with big Googly eyes, but only the brain in the otherwise artificial case is to be human. Without knowing where the Cyborg comes, he takes him home and screwed him again.
a warm father-daughter relationship, which, however, is soon to be a major dangers develops between the two. Because Alita, Ido calls his foster daughter in the memory of his own deceased daughter, and can’t remember your past, but your inventor. The Cyborg was created as a powerful weapon and allowed to fall into the wrong hands. And so the mighty Vector (Ali) is doing everything it can to destroy Alita Once again – this Time for good.
For whom is it suitable?
Who goes as a big Fan of Christoph Waltz in “Alita”, could be disappointed. For one, he plays an unusual character, on the other hand he is doing this in a for him unusual Film (one in front of the oblique Sci-Fi movie “The Zero Theorem” sometimes on the outside). Rarely, Teenagers are the target audience of a Waltz-strip, here, but this is clearly not the case.
if you don’t mind, gets to show values of the brand “Avatar” – no wonder, with Cameron as a screenwriter and producer. Fear of ultra-computer effects, the inclined cinema should not have a getter. Presentation of the film, the Manga by Yukito Kishiro. Who can imagine nothing underneath, best to use a Mix of “Ghost in the Shell” with Scarlett Johansson and “Elysium” with Matt Damon, seasoned with “Ready Player One”. 14. February the death angel Alita falls in the German cinema from the sky.