Tomb Raider

Tomb Raider
Tomb Raider




118 minutes


Action and Adventure



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Still longing to solve the mystery of her father’s disappearance seven years after the event, fiercely independent 21-year-old Lara Croft struggles to find purpose in her life. Though Lara is advised to move on, she rejects the opportunity to take the reins of her father’s global empire and instead chooses to forge her own path. Explicitly defying his final wishes, she leaves everything in her London life behind in search of her father’s last-known location, a fabled tomb on a mythical island near the coast of Japan. And if reaching the island isn’t difficult enough, what she finds when she gets there will push Lara to her physical and mental limit. This action-adventure reboot is adapted from the celebrated video game franchise created in 1996, complete with one of the most recognisable gaming characters of all-time.

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Moderate violence, threat, injury detail.

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