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Alita: Battle Angel

Alita: Battle Angel

An angel falls. A warrior rises.

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.

Release Date : 31 Jan, 2019
Duration : 2h 2m
Action Science Fiction Adventure
Vote Average : 7.2 Vote Count : 7,714 Popularity : 86.563

Top Billed Casting

  • Rosa Salazar

    Rosa Salazar

    Alita

    (Acting)

  • Christoph Waltz

    Christoph Waltz

    Dr. Dyson Ido

    (Acting)

  • Jennifer Connelly

    Jennifer Connelly

    Chiren

    (Acting)

  • Mahershala Ali

    Mahershala Ali

    Vector

    (Acting)

  • Ed Skrein

    Ed Skrein

    Zapan

    (Acting)

  • Jackie Earle Haley

    Jackie Earle Haley

    Grewishka

    (Acting)

  • Keean Johnson

    Keean Johnson

    Hugo

    (Acting)

  • Lana Condor

    Lana Condor

    Koyomi

    (Acting)

  • Jorge Lendeborg Jr.

    Jorge Lendeborg Jr.

    Tanji

    (Acting)

  • Eiza González

    Eiza González

    Nyssiana

    (Acting)

  • Jeff Fahey

    Jeff Fahey

    McTeague

    (Acting)

  • Idara Victor

    Idara Victor

    Nurse Gerhad

    (Acting)

  • Rick Yune

    Rick Yune

    Master Clive Lee

    (Acting)

  • Derek Mears

    Derek Mears

    Romo

    (Acting)

  • Leonard Wu

    Leonard Wu

    Kinuba

    (Acting)

  • Racer Rodriguez

    Racer Rodriguez

    Claymore

    (Acting)

  • Marko Zaror

    Marko Zaror

    Ajakutty

    (Acting)

  • Hugo Perez

    Hugo Perez

    Jacked Cyborg

    (Acting)

  • Casper Van Dien

    Casper Van Dien

    Amok

    (Acting)

  • Billy Blair

    Billy Blair

    Zapan's Cronie #1

    (Acting)

  • Jamie Landau

    Jamie Landau

    Zapan's Cronie #2

    (Production)

  • Dimitrius Pulido

    Dimitrius Pulido

    Cyborg Jacking Victim

    (Acting)

  • Patrick Gathron

    Patrick Gathron

    Antioch

    (Acting)

  • Elle LaMont

    Elle LaMont

    Screwhead

    (Acting)

  • Alex Livinalli

    Alex Livinalli

    Blue Wingman

    (Acting)

  • Neal Kodinsky

    Neal Kodinsky

    Red Wingman

    (Acting)

  • Anthony Bandmann

    Anthony Bandmann

    Mace

    (Acting)

  • Alan Trong

    Alan Trong

    Kumaza

    (Acting)

  • Sam Medina

    Sam Medina

    Stinger

    (Acting)

  • Tod Junker

    Tod Junker

    Exploder

    (Acting)

  • John Wirt

    John Wirt

    Cyborg Factory Worker

    (Acting)

  • Darcel Danielle

    Darcel Danielle

    Young Factory Worker

    (Acting)

  • Emma Lindsey

    Emma Lindsey

    Ido's Daughter

    (Acting)

  • Garrett Warren

    Garrett Warren

    Barkeep

    (Crew)

  • Tony LaThanh

    Tony LaThanh

    Hunter Warrior #1

    (Acting)

  • Jorge A. Jimenez

    Jorge A. Jimenez

    Hunter Warrior #2

    (Acting)

  • Vincent Fuentes

    Vincent Fuentes

    Ed

    (Acting)

  • Ibrahima Thiam

    Ibrahima Thiam

    Guitarist

    (Acting)

  • Paul de Sousa

    Paul de Sousa

    Heckler

    (Acting)

  • Gregg Berger

    Gregg Berger

    Deckman

    (Acting)

  • David Sobolov

    David Sobolov

    Centurion (voice)

    (Acting)

  • Jeff Bottoms

    Jeff Bottoms

    Motorball Announcer (voice)

    (Acting)

  • Michelle Rodriguez

    Michelle Rodriguez

    Gelda (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Jai Courtney

    Jai Courtney

    Jashugan (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Edward Norton

    Edward Norton

    Nova (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Gene Cervenka

    Gene Cervenka

    Bodyguard (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Zara Majidpour

    Zara Majidpour

    Barwoman / Shopper / Pedestrian (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Tristan Riggs

    Tristan Riggs

    Big Kid (uncredited)

    (Acting)

Status

Released


Original Language

English


Production Country

United States of America


Budget

170,000,000


Revenue

404,980,000

Reviews

A review by leeboardman

Written by leeboardman on 08 Feb, 2019

James Cameron has spent more than a decade trying to bring Alita: Battle Angel to the big screen. Based on a popular cyberpunk manga series by Yukito Kishiro, published between 1990-1995, he has spent that time refining the script and developing the world that Alita inhabits. And that’s pretty muc...

A review by Per Gunnar Jonsson

Written by Per Gunnar Jonsson on 24 Feb, 2019

I quite enjoyed this movie. Of course it was a good start that it was directed by Robert Rodriguez. It is perhaps a bit of a young adult movie but that did not stop this old fart from enjoying it. I guess most people know the basic premise of the movie. It is based on a Japanese cyberpunk manga....

A review by MSB

Written by MSB on 25 Feb, 2019

If you enjoy reading my Spoiler-Free reviews, please follow my blog :) I’m writing this review one day after the Oscars night, and I can guarantee at least one thing: Alita: Battle Angel is getting a Best Visual Effects nomination and it’s probably going to win. Calling it now. There are no w...

A review by Gimly

Written by Gimly on 26 Feb, 2019

I did enjoy _Alita_. It was a great big "pkyew-pkyew" sort of a mess, but I did still walk away having had a pretty good time. Unfortunately, both Alita(the character)'s romantic interest and _Alita_(the movie)'s romantic plotline I despised. And this aspect took up **so much** on screen realesta...

A review by tmdb44006625

Written by tmdb44006625 on 10 Mar, 2019

Definitely a Robert Rodriguez movie, but a Robert Rodriguez movie made with that James Cameron money. The world building was incredible. Rosa Salazar, Christophe Waltz, and the rest of the cast do a great job. The technical wizardry, not just with the visual effects but the use of 3-D and IMAX wa...

A review by schezarde

Written by schezarde on 12 Mar, 2019

**Alita: Battle Angel** is an awesome movie. It has great action, an interesting plot, lovable characters, amazing acting by Rosa Salazar and overall it's a wonderful and fun film. It includes some of the best CGI ever created in film. Without a doubt, it is the best manga/anime adaption by Hollywoo...

A review by betty.vogl

Written by betty.vogl on 26 Mar, 2019

I'm truly disappointed by critics. I just don't understand their philosophy about entertainment. This movie was a marvelous! Without knowing the source material and quizlet live, it made me interested in this world. I can't wait for the next chapter....

A review by E.J. Cummings

Written by E.J. Cummings on 09 Apr, 2019

**One not too terrible spoiler** This movie was full of potential. The beginning of the movie was fantastic, full of amazing James Cameronesque world building and attention to detail. Where the movie starts to go down hill is more of a suprise hole in the side walk that this movie fell down, because...