Discovered by Dr. Dyson Ido in the junkyard of Iron City, Alita is a cyborg soldier who tries to remember who she is while becoming entangled with the evil forces lurking in the background.
This week on the landmark 100th episode of the Everything Actioncast (with an updated theme song to celebrate the occasion), the entire crew of Zach, Chris, Joe and Brian talk about the legalities of Texas custody law and how it relates to boxing robots, Mickey Rourke, The Simpsons, the Hulk roller coaster, Birdemic, Men in Black III and much more.
Extremely slim pickings this week with only the new DC animated movie, Justice League: Doom and king of the technical awards at the Oscars, Hugo, being the only things of note.
Shocking no one, The Artist took home most of the big awards including Best Actor, Best Director and Best Picture while Hugo racked up a bunch of technical awards.
The Oscar nominations were announced this morning and they were not very exciting as the voters seemed to go with the safe and conservative picks and there were some major snubs.
With literally no new movies, Twilight maintained it’s spot at #1 over the weekend while The Descendants is steadily gaining more theaters and moving up the top ten.
A trio of family films debuted over the Thanksgiving weekend and while Muppets came the closest, none of them were able to beat Breaking Dawn Part 2 at the box office.
You apparently can’t go wrong with any of this week’s new movies, as the “worst” reviewed movie is at 92%.
Martin Scorsese attempts his first family movie with Hugo, based on the book, The Invention of Hugo Cabret, and follows a young orphan’s adventures in a Paris train station and solving the mystery of a magician’s robot.