Alita: Battle Angel
Felt more like a bad Robert Rodriguez film than a Cameron one, unfortunately. Beautifully filmed, amazing effects, and Alita herself is extremely likeable... but came off as style over substance, and while I'm normally the last person to care about clichés (loved Avatar), it felt like a mix of elements that I'd seen repeatedly elsewhere. Presumably that's a mark of how influential the original comic was, so I guess it's a similar scenario to John Carter of Mars or Flash Gordon, in which adaptations can't feel as fresh as they should because we've already seen the legacy of the material.
(Although don't get me wrong, I love the 1980 Flash Gordon.)
Also spoiled by some really bad dialogue (which, again I'm normally the last person to complain about) and crassly on-the-nose setups for sequels.
Worth seeing for the visual experience, and it worked really well in IMAX 3D, but it was a major disappointment.