Whether I was admiring the aesthetic design of multiple killer robots, or just enjoying other people's vision of what life could be like several centuries from now, Alita's pros far outweighed its cons.
Peter Jackson's adaptation of Philip Reeve's Mortal Engines can raise an eye brow or two, but its beauty lies at its core of fundamental storytelling success supplemented by awe-inspiring visuals. Definitely a solid cinematic combination.
More Than Chips and Ships At Stake - Disney gambles with one of the biggest names in science fiction, and gets felted. Suddenly, Solo: A Star Wars Story is potentially the worst performing Star Wars film on record, and it's no shocker as to why.