Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.28

Current Rating: 4.28

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  • 5 stars Brilliant sequel. I love Angelina Jolie! Sexy fun
  • Action movie of the summer! Don't miss it!
  • I think people will appreciate how good looking Angelina Jolie is. Especially in the Tomb Raider movies, because that is about the only thing keeping you from walking out. But the sequel does have more substance than the first one.
  • I thought she treated him like crap. I really like both of these actors -- Angelina Jolie and Gerard Butler. But she was always so hostile towards him it ruined the movie for me. Other than that, it was sorta interesting.
  • This movie wasn`t as good as the first. I actually found it kinda boring. The only reason I watch it again and again is because of Gerard Butler. Talk about hot!! OMG! It`s the only reason to watch the movie.
  • I thought It was a great movie, angelina played the part perfect. I only wish I could be like her in the movie and how she is in real life.
  • It was betetr the the first one but not my type of movie. Gerard Butler was the only reason I watched and bought the dvd. He out classed even Angelina and is far sexier too!
  • I LOVED IT ,IT WAS SO GOOD AND SEXY. I THINK THAT THIS IS THE MOST PERFECT ACTION MOVIE OF ALL TIME. AND THE SOUNDTRACK ROCKS
  • The only good actor in this movie was Gerard Butler. Angelina was really bad in this movie.
  • I like Angelina Jolie, but I LOVE Gerard Butler!

Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life

Genre:  Action/Adventure | Running Time:  118 min.
Release date:  July 25, 2003 | On DVD/VOD:  November 18, 2003

Current rating: Rating: 4.28
based on 6085 votes and 99 reviews
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Cast: Angelina Jolie, Gerard Butler, Noah Taylor, Ciarán Hinds, Djimon Hounsou, Til Schweiger, Christopher Barrie