I’ve been waiting for Alita: Battle Angel to come out for over a year. It was originally scheduled to be released last July, the day before my anniversary to be exact. I was super excited to see it as our date movie, but it was not to be. I was so mad. Needless to say, I have been both annoyed by the longer wait and eagerly anticipating the release.
It finally happened. Valentine’s Day. A perfect day for a date movie.
It was spectacular!
Overall, I was really happy with the cinematography. The storyline kept me engaged, until the end that is. It felt rather lacking to me.
Still, I am satisfied that I finally got to see this movie. I’m sure it’ll be one that we buy and watch more than once, weak ending and all.
I hope everyone had a lovely Valentine’s Day. See you all next week!
Twenty-two years ago today, my great-grandmother passed away. I didn’t know her as well as I would have liked, but I do have some fond memories. She always wore a turban, for some reason, had a collection of glass trinkets. She gave me one for my birthday one year. It was a glass dish shaped like a bunch of grapes. It was beautiful and particularly special since she didn’t usually give away parts of her collection. I’m pretty sure I still have it, somewhere. In all my moves, it got misplaced. I hope to find it again someday.
The winter holidays are all about family, the ones that are here and the ones that are gone. We lost GG Vi while we were in Okinawa, five months before returning to California. It broke my heart that we weren’t able to say goodbye, but I continue to remember her affectionately, especially this time of year.
I will never forget you, GG Vi, for you are always in my heart.
Wishing everyone Happy Holidays and joyful time spent with family and friends.