Despite an intriguing premise and sound artistic direction, Japanese dramatic thriller ‘His Lost Name’ is a dull, meandering film that doesn’t say much.
From the way a soft light beam reflects off Alita’s face (Rosa Salazar) , to minute details such as her lopsided smile, Alita: Battle Angel is the epitome of realism achieved by computer-generated images.
Tiffany Haddish, Elizabeth Banks and Will Arnett also deliver stunning performances in this brilliant follow-up to the 2014 film.
Colin Firth, Matthias Schoenaerts and Lea Seydoux star in this heart-rending episode in Russia's history.
Learn about what goes on behind the scenes to create the sounds of movies, and the subtle difference between editing and mixing.
While this follow-up pays its respects to the 1964 film, the performances, songs and sheer joy make it a worthy sequel in its own right.
J. Lo's presence elevates the film from predictable fluff to meaningful discussion on society.
As with the previous movies, the animation and sound design are spot-on, and there are some truly gasp-worthy visual moments.
It takes a certain type of people to become war correspondents, and this films honours those who make that difficult choice.