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A member of a rich British aristocratic family, Lara Croft is a "tomb raider" who enjoys collecting ancient artifacts from ruins of temples, cities, etc. worldwide, and doesn't mind going through death-defying dangers to get them. She is skilled in hand-to-hand combat, weapons training, and foreign languages - and does them all in tight outfits. Well, the planets of the solar system are going into planetary alignment (Which occurs every 5,000 years), and a secret society called the Illuminati is seeking an ancient talisman that gives its possessor the ability to control time. However, they need a certain clock/key to help them in their search, and they have to find the talisman in one week or wait until the next planetary alignment to find it again. Lara happens to find that key hidden in a wall of her mansion. The Illuminati steal it, and Lara gets an old letter from her deceased father telling her about the society's agenda (Her father was also the one who hid the key). Now, she ... Written by
Lara Croft Tomb Raider may be the silliest movie to ever grace
multiplex screens, but it may well be one of the most enjoyable to. The
action is thick fast and stylish, the stunts so unbelievable you'll
love them and little pieces of Angelina Jolie thrown in for good
measure. The story is a B movie classic, Tomb Raider Lara Croft finds a
clock that contains a powerful map. The map shows the way to the pieces
of an artifact that if placed together when a planetary allignment
occurs grants the bearer the power of God. However the evil group the
Illumenati want the map for themselves and thus steal it from Lara.
Lara then goes after the group in order to stop them from using it for
evil. The acting is the campest of the year with Iain Glenn as the
stand out. Jolie is the perfect person to play Lara and looks great in
some of the action sequences. The supporting cast which includes Daniel
Craig are very much background players but they add plenty of color and
fun to the story. The Director Simon West, who is also responsible for
the excellent Con Air deserves applause for catching the essence of the
Video game perfectly. So sit back and relax because when it comes to
Lara Croft Tomb Raider only a churl won't love it.
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