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Alita: Battle Angel is yet another new release that struggles to introduce an over-arching goal-heavy plot. And yet, unlike so many others, it still manages to be a a great movie worthy of a sequel, mainly because of one word: manipulation. The movie excels in using certain narrative tools to make the audience fall in love with Alita so strongly that all the other problems in it simply vanish. In today's episode of Film Perfection, let's see what these tools are and how they function.

Will there be Alita Battle Angel 2? I hope so.

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Alita: Battle Angel (2019)
Director Robert Rodriguez’s cyberpunk action film is based on Gunnm, a manga series that was created by Yukito Kishiro in 1993. Produced by James Cameron and Jon Landau, the narrative unfolds in a post-apocalyptic dystopia caused by a technological catastrophe. A scientist (Christoph Waltz) finds and mends a cyborg (Rosa Salazar) everything wrong with alita battle angel cinemains alita battle angel honest trailer alita battle angel watch full movie online 2019 alita battle angel motorball scene alita ending alita fight scene battle scene who has lost all her memories but retains her mastery of lost cyborg martial arts. The film also features Jennifer Connelly, Mahershala Ali, and Michelle Rodriguez in supporting roles

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