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𝘈𝘭π˜ͺ𝘡𝘒 𝘊𝘺𝘣𝘰𝘳𝘨 𝘈𝘭π˜ͺ𝘦𝘯

LaRae Washington, Reporter

Grade: C

Β  Β  Β Alita: Battle Angel was one of the higher quality movies I watched. The story line was good enough so it wasn’t confusing but you also did not get bored. The prosthetic parts of the cyborgs where well made. Though Alita (Rosa Salazar) was full cyborg she still was pretty convincing. In the ending it left a huge cliffhanger which i hope does get filled with a number 2.

Β  Β  Β This movie is about a cyborg named Alita. She is adopted and brought back to life by a doctor who specializes in cyborgs. She is given the body of the doctor’s daughter who never got the chance to use it as she was murdered. The doctor’s wife and her consultant make several attempts to hurt Alita. Alita meets Hugo a boy who helps the doctor get his mechanics. Through the movie Alita and Hugo get closer. Hugo and his friends take Alita to an alien ship form a war long ago. Alita knows how to open the ship and finds a body fitting her figure.

Β  Β  Β The story behind her being was absorbing. The movie made her not like other cyborgs. They made her not like the others because most other had mechanics for sports or to look cool. Alita had them because she had no choice. She fought motor ball with a purpose to avenge her dead boyfriend thats what makes her different. At first i thought she would go off and become one of the bad guys like every other cyborg cliche. Actually she was very helpful. The movie itself gives you a huge rush and a fast flow bloodrush.

Β  Β  Β The only thing i didn’t like about the movie was her boyfriend. He was quite dumb in some points. He chose to go try to quit pulling apart cyborgs and ended up getting someone killed. He could have ran like the other person but no he chose to stay thus he got hut. If he just left her could have easily avoided having to become a cyborg.

Β  Β  Β I am also very confused why did they make motorball the only way to get back to the main planet island thing. Over all the movie was good there was just some points that made no sense.

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LaRae Washington, Reporter

Larae is one of the newest members to the River City Journalism staff, as a freshman reporter. Larae joined Journalism because she enjoys writing. Her...

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