Tomb Raider is the 2018 reboot of the 2001 film Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, which is a video-game adaptation of the popular Tomb Raider franchise. Alicia Vikander takes the lead as Lara Croft who has been hiding from her responsibilities and refuses to accept the loss of her father. Her determination leads her down a dangerous path that whilst helps her find what she was hoping wasn’t buried; brings up things her father wanted to stay buried. Tomb Raider is an OK film, I give it a 5.5/10 or a C- for brings up

Day 12


Just in case you wondered why I increased Season Two of Reviewbruary to include things other than reviews; it is because Tomb Raider will be the third mediocre film in as many film reviews. There is only so much to really say; it isn’t the worst film but I have no interest in seeing any future instalment. It starts off fun and great; I even enjoyed the relationship that Lara formed with the son of the guy who sold her father the boat. But, it seemed as soon as they got to the island; it just became another basic film we have seen so many times. Her friend became nothing more than an extra, her finding her father was stupid, because how did no-one else see him for a couple of years. Even the tomb scenes weren’t as great as I hoped and I think a more creative take on it

It is safe to say that Alicia Vikander does an amazing job as Lara Croft and really is an amazing lead, doing everything she can to save her father and live up to his legacy. But she is the best thing in it; and there isn’t anything else really going on, I also think the film does amazingly well in portraying its emotion between all the characters and would have liked to have seen more of the villain and how he is after all just following orders. I would’ve also have like the fun to have lasted just a little longer but it was a short film which I was appreciative off

Nothing else to really say apart from it is a mediocre film. I give it a 5.5/10 or a C-


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