The Stunning Alita Coming Again With Her Amazing Animation Soon As “Alita Battle 2”
A spectacular sci-fi adventure movie with a soft heart and heavy punches is famous for her beautiful animation. Let’s start with the world of entertainment. The dystopian world has been pictured perfectly. It’s like the pages of the manga have directly been brought to life, and that is an excellent complement considering how hard it is to pull off the detailed stylistic look that manga has.
The visual effects are crucial to this movie because if they were inferior, the film would suffer from all the other aspects. This movie deserved at least a nomination for best VFX at the Oscars.
Whereas, the most substantial aspect of the film is the action. The action feels so swift, fluid, and dynamic; it’s like a dance of blades punches and kicks. The cyborg characters make the fights cooler with their various powers. When Alita hits someone, we feel the impact & influence she has, and that’s what makes a good action movie.
All the fight sequences are incredible from the first fight where we see Alita discover her power for the 1st time to the last where you see her full potential.
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Rosa Salazar has given a moving emotional motion-capture performance. She has breathed life into the cyborg Alita. You will see the world from her eyes and are just as fascinated by it as her.
However, her chemistry with her father played by the fantastic Christophe Waltz is genuinely touching, and their relationship is fleshed out. We can’t say the same about Alita’s romance with Hugo. Their relationship did not make you feel anything. And Hugo is always like the damsel in distress that Alita had to save.
But the scene in which Alita takes out her heart from inside her and gives it to Hugo is lovely. Mahershala Ali, who is one of the best actors working today, is so underutilized in the film.
- Rosa Salazar as Alita’s Function
- Christopher Waltz as Dr. Dyson Ido,
- Jennifer Connelly
- Mahershala Ali and Vector
- Ed Skrein as Zapan
- Keean Johnson and Hugo and Eiza Gonzalez as Nissan
The film has an outstanding anime actions and story. The first part of the anime film got an unimaginable response from the viewers. And this response will force the Alita to come again on theatres.
Moreover, both the directors Robert Rodriguez and James Cameron are trying their best to launch part 2, but the hurdles of Covid-19 are disturbing the schedules. Now let’s see when it will finally hit the cinemas again.