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Battle Angel Alita was licensed for international release in a number of languages and regions. It was published in Spain by Planeta DeAgostini, in Brazil by Editora JBC, in France and Netherlands by Glenat, in Poland by JPF, in Germany by Carlsen, in Taiwan by Tong Li Publishing and in Argentina by Editorial Ivrea.
Alita: Battle Angel star Rosa Salazar and the artists at Weta Digital share how they created the awe-inspiring world of the film. Watch now. Related News. ... Alita is a deep film that covers a wide range of themes such as female empowerment, personal growth, sacrifice and loss. The world is wonderfully imagined. Its also incredibly beautiful ...
Alita, known in Japan as Gally (ガリィ Garī) and originally named Yoko (陽子 Yōko), is the protagonist and title character of Battle Angel Alita and its sequels, Battle Angel Alita: Last Order and Gunnm: Mars Chronicle.
Alita: Battle Angel is a much more sophisticated film than you might think...The visual spectacle and action-oriented excitement alone are worth the price of admission.
Battle Angel Alita. In a dump in the lawless settlement of Scrapyard, far beneath the mysterious space city of Zalem, disgraced cyber-doctor Daisuke Ido makes a strange find: the detached head of a cyborg woman who has lost all her memories. He names her Alita and equips her with a powerful new body, the Berserker.
From visionary filmmakers James Cameron (AVATAR) and Robert Rodriguez (SIN CITY), comes ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL, an epic adventure of hope and empowerment. When Alita (Rosa Salazar) awakens with no ...
Alita: Battle Angel is a film with Imax spectacle and big effects. But for all its scale, it might end up being put on for 13-year-olds as a sleepover entertainment. It doesn’t have the grownup, challenging, complicated ideas of Ghost in the Shell.