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The 2 1/2 stars i gave are for the first half of the movie. AMAZING! World building was amazing, Alita was adorable and you wanted to watch her succeed. The villains are definitely interesting in the beginning. After a bar brawl, the night shift of the editing team walked in and the hack job that ensued was such a confusing lamentable mess that it just let me wondering about all the unanswered questions that were left hanging there. Also right after that, characters started immediately doing things you wouldn't see them doing. All the motivations that were created in the first half were gone, replaced by i don't even know what. Ending was NOT satisfying. I'll probably actually buy this movie, and then watch the first half. I want to know about this world that was created, but i just don't know if i trust the team behind it to properly carry out James Cameron's vision.
The two stars are for the world building that was done in this movie, and the cool scenes in the very beginning. The stars that are absent are the absolutely nothing that happens in the back half of the movie. You always wanted to think that something cool was going to happen, but then the credits flew up and left you staring at the netflix menu wondering why you just wasted 45 minutes.
It was about the time where i was forced to watch a dog who was chained to a homeless man a mere foot out of reach from food or water where i looked up to the heavens and screamed: "What new hell is this!" If you like watching crappy things happen to dogs, this movie is for you.
Yeah, like everyone else, i don't know what to think about that movie. It wasn't bad, but it wasn't good, but yeah.... BLAH