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Based on the 2013 video game, and featuring Alicia Vikander as the latest incarnation of a character who’s been around for 22 years, “Tomb Raider” surprisingly plays like a throwback to the classic late-’80s/early ’90s era of action filmmaking, represented by the likes of “Cliffhanger,” “The Last of the Mohicans,” the first couple of Indiana Jones films, and Jackie Chan’s “Armour of God” series. From the animated prologue, wherein the title character’s archeologist father, Lord Richard Croft (Dominic West), tells of an ancient, cursed tomb supposedly containing the all-powerful, weaponizable remains of the Japanese shaman queen Himiko, through its gracefully executed series of chases and emotional moments, to its finale set on a Pacific island riddled with booby-trapped ruins, “Tomb Raider” is much better and more original than anyone could have expected.
The movie has given a lot of thought to the question of how a small woman could successfully fight opponents who are a lot bigger and stronger than she is. The answers are relentless speed, the strategic use of full body weight, and dirty fighting. This is not to say that “Tomb Raider” is “realistic” in any sense, because no video game movie is—at one point, Lara powers through after a puncture wound that would put a 250-pound Green Beret out of commission—but that the filmmakers and Vikander are doing everything they can to sell the physical and emotional reality from moment to moment.
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