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the first one was better
Justin L. Clemons almost 7 years ago
Fan because of the PS1 games.
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Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life is a 2003 action film directed by Jan de Bont, and starring Angelina Jolie as Lara Croft. It is a sequel to the 2001 film Lara Croft: Tomb Raider. Like the first film, the film received mostly negative reviews, but critics noted an improvement on its predecessor particularly in the action-sequences and continued to praise Jolie's performance. The film begins on Greece’s Santorini island during a traditional Greek wedding that is interrupted by an earthquake. The earthquake dislodges a code in the form of a sphere. Lara Croft finds the sphere while exploring the submerged Luna Temple following the earthquake, but it is stolen by the crime lord Chen Lo. Lara (Angelina Jolie) is tasked by MI6 to find Pandora's Box, an object from ancient legends which supposedly contains one of the deadliest plagues on Earth, before evil Nobel Prize-winning scientist turned bio-terrorist Jonathan Reiss (Ciarán Hinds) can get his hands on it. The key to finding...
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