Tomb Raider the Cradle of Life


Lara Croft is on a quest to save Pandoras box.

Drunken Master

A sequel that also betters its origin.  A better script, better dialogue, better acting.  The first was a video game turn on that was played out on the silver screen.   This film was more of a realistic dialogue lauded project that fleshed out a 3d polygon character and gave her something to do.  The sets were by far less outlandish and the acting of all involved was bettered from the original.  The bad guy best known from Sum of all Fears was all right, considering how little screen time he got, however I was hoping for a bit more time on the clock for Ms. Crofts Butler and Technogeek.  Instead we get Creedy from Reign of Fire who looked like hes been eating pretty well since that last role.   The stunt sequences are not as drawn out as the original but they are still good, however the shark scene wanted me to check my underwear for a skid mark.