Alita: Battle Angel

Movie • 2019 • Sci-Fi  Report
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GryphynT
The dog doesn't actually die! It is rescued and made into a cyborg, as seen on @dogrates Twitter.
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nuggettard
Cat is shown on a trashcan in a dark alley. Does a quick meow, then goes away. Nothing bad happens to the cat.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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Joshua Collins
In a fight scene when alita gets her sword for the first time she cuts through a man's face. Upper/lower jaw and tounge
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LeeAB
A bug on a table gets squashed, no gore or guts can be seen
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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TomJaxon
People in mech suits crash
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TomJaxon
There's a fair amount of decapitation which leads to heads being kicked and carried around
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Bfdgfdngfdn
Kids die? M**********r they're like in their twenties jeez smh
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FuuBar
Does a crashed spaceship count?
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FuuBar
The future looks gender fluid, and lots of people die, so probably some of them were.
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alexebelda
no, someone important dies right before the end but then she gets strong from it
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teelie
Given virtually all the main characters are cyborgs, there are not many bones to break in this movie.
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threenorns
There was no way to save him and you see the realization dawn on his face followed by a look of acceptance before he stops fighting for his life.
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teelie
A falling death scene is in the movie but we do not see their death.
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LeeAB
No, but almost does
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teelie
In a sense there is possession. The movie depicts cyborgs and advanced technology including the ability of one person to "possess" another temporarily. There are no ghosts however.
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teelie
There are some scenes of cybernetic dismemberment but not outright torture although near the end of the film there is a scene that is definitely a torture of sorts. ***Minor Spoiler*** A person's brain and eyes are seen in a jar although the person is still living and given this movie's premise, entirely possible to be put into a cybernetic body.
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LeeAB
No, but one of the characters runs a medical clinic for cyborgs
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Angga
is more like mecha gore if you think it's gory
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FuuBar
There are killer cyborg dogs, but they don't fight other dogs.
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Actrizz
Someone is shown with an object protruding from what should be their eye
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FuuBar
There's a lot of violence.
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