Tomb Raider (2018)

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Tomb Raider (2018)

Action | Adventure | Fantasy
6.3 / 10
Release Date
05 March 2018
1 : 58 minutes
Spoken Language
Lara Croft, the fiercely independent daughter of a missing adventurer, must push herself beyond her limits when she finds herself on the island where her father disappeared.

Cast Overview :

Lara Croft
by: Alicia Vikander
Mathias Vogel
by: Walton Goggins
Lord Richard Croft
by: Dominic West
Lu Ren
by: Daniel Wu
Ana Miller
by: Kristin Scott Thomas
by: Hannah John-Kamen
Mr. Yaffe
by: Derek Jacobi
Nitin Ahuja
by: Antonio Aakeel
by: Michael Obiora
by: Keenan Arrison
by: Milton Schorr
Bruce The Boss
by: Josef Altin
by: Billy Postlethwaite
Young Lara (14 years old)
by: Emily Carey
by: Alexandre Willaume
by: Duncan Airlie James
by: Roger Jean Nsengiyumva
by: Sarah Sayuri Hare
Young Lara (7 years old)
by: Maisy De Freitas
Mr. Ahuja
by: Shekhar Varma
Mrs. Ahuja
by: Rekha John-Cheriyan
Pamela (uncredited)
by: Jaime Winstone
Alan (uncredited)
by: Nick Frost

Member Reviews :

ok walking into this movie i knew it was going to be fun not sure how much fun but fun however hen i sat down i got a treat there was a ton of action it was a really good movie too it had lots of adventure too and a good plot i really enjoyed it my only gripe is the begining is very slow but besudes that i say go see this movie
Your typical adventure film. Neither Vikander nor Goggins stand out. Though there was the screen debut of Daniel Wu as Lu Phen. Wow!
As a video game to movie adaptation Tomb Raider works on nearly every level, the only flaw being that there's so much of Tomb Raider to pack into two hours. I had great expectations for this film and wasn't disappointed in the least. On the contrary, it was a blast from beginning to end with Alicia Vikander lending a nice touch of innocence to Lara, which is a clear nod to the 2013 game reboot which is what the film is based on. Her tortuous relationship with her dad was predictable, but it wasn't overdone and it's a key element in the Lara story. On the other hand, we're plunged into the action right away and in that respect I was more than happy as the scenes were both exciting and typically Lara Croft. She uses keys, there are puzzles, traps,maps, evil foes and magnificent set pieces that, if you've ever played the games, will be instantly recognisable as Tomb Raider. Much as has been said about the last two games perhaps giving a conflicted projection of Lara Croft - on the one hand a tormented soul and on the other, a ruthless killing machine. In all the games, she always killed the foes just to survive and the balance was just right here, with Alicia Vikander lending just the right amount of steely determination to the role. More importantly, I could relate to the film having played all the games - the plane on top of the waterfall, the rolling spikes and the collapsing floor later on - all drew me in wonderfully. I'll take two please, or preferably three!
Some of the most generic shit ever put to screen. Don't get how this was supposed to please anybody, Tomb Raider fan or otherwise. _Final rating:★★ - Had some things that appeal to me, but a poor finished product._
"Not dead yet, no sh*t!" Wanted to see this because I'm a long time fanboy of the game series. Liked the old movies with Angelina Jolie, perfect for a teenage boy with the humor; action and a beautiful lead actress. Alicia Vikander delivers a solid performance combined with a more realistic plot. Great action sequences with a nice cliffhanger for a sequel. Only downside would be the role of Daniel Wu as there was no need for a sidekick who isn't really included in the storyline. Your regular action-adventure that gets lifted above the rest because of the solid and stunning lead actress.