Alita Battle Angel "Movie Review"

Uzoka Jomar

28 Feb, 2019 8:30 PM


Released in the month of love, Alita Battle Angel is one movie that will surely capture your heart.


Synopsis: Set several centuries in the future, the abandoned Alita is found in the scrapyard of Iron City by Ido, a compassionate cyber-doctor who takes the unconscious cyborg Alita to his clinic. When Alita awakens, she has no memory of who she is, nor does she have any recognition of the world she finds herself in. As Alita learns to navigate her new life and the treacherous streets of Iron City, Ido tries to shield her from her mysterious past.


My 2piece: Heart of an Angel, Mindset of a warrior; Alita Battle Angel is a well-articulated master piece of a movie and a cyborg.


When I think Alita, three phrases comes to mind; Action packed, money well spent and Great CGI, asides the movie Rampage last year no movie has gotten me on the edge like Alita Battle Angel has, unlike every other random action movies out there this one has a storyline which it careful stuck to, it wasn’t rushed which will make you widely anticipate what was to come next “disclaimer if you are a motional expressive somebody, you need space you might just punch or slap someone” that how leading this movie is when it comes to adrenaline.


What I loved most about this movie was it knew what it was and respected that fact, keeping featured stories concise. I wouldn’t say they played it safe because it had a broad hall way of possible events guided with the right direction when it came to the story telling from her memory lost to her new life and understanding of love and having a family. If you’re a sequel monger this is a movie to fuel your ecstasy, we could see them take it way back having a movie like “Alita in Time Past” or something in that frame or better still have a part two; judging by the way Alita Battle Angel ended this is highly a possibility “no Shaman needed”



This movie gets an 8.5/10 ratings in my books and easily goes down as my February’s best action movie #girlpower “Man can never be perfect; at least try to be” so was Alita, I personally felt Mahershala Ali was bigger than his character played; in a very respectable way anyone could have played the role of Vector it was simply a walk in the park, which made him so passive and had no great moment for an actor of his caliber.


Post Credit

Format : Video

Platform : YouTube

Channel : 20th Century Fox

Title : Alita Battle Angel