Steven Spielberg gives us an electric, exicting and visually stunning glimpse into the near future, breathing fresh life into videogame movies and Macguffin movies. This is Spielberg going back to doing the type of films we love him for – old school Spielberg doing a modern film, with non-stop action, fun and an exhaustive list of pop culture references that’ll make repeated viewings a consistent delight.
On the face of it, Tomb Raider isn’t groundbreaking stuff. It’s a competent, enjoyable enough blockbuster, but still hasn’t got anything on the likes of Indiana Jones. Still, this is the first time a movie based on a video game hasn’t been flat out bad – so perhaps there’s more to praise here than you may think.
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