I didn't see any threads about this movie so I thought I'd create one. My daughter and I saw this last night and overall I enjoyed it. All-in-all, it was a Tomb Raider game on the big screen. The story was good, though there were a few plot holes and contrivances. The action and pacing were good. The FX were pretty good, though nothing really stood out. Alicia Vikander did a great job as Lara Croft. I knew the movie was coming but I don't recall seeing trailers for it. I didn't realize Daniel Wu would be in the film, so that was a nice surprise. I enjoyed the explanation regarding Himiko's supposed supernatural power over death ability. One thing I thought was really well done was the fights. They were chaotic, messy, "anything goes" type fight that one would do in a life and death situation. I'm glad the movie avoided the cliched 100lb. woman easily beats up a 200lb man (and a mercenary with at least some training at that). Women can be tough as nails, highly skilled fighters, as was Lara, but going toe-to-toe against an opponent twice one's size and strength usually takes a bit more than a punch, kick or some fancy spinning move that looks good on camera. Lara was thrown around and beaten quite a bit my her male opponents but used her fighting skill along with her environment to win. One last thing... and I'm not objectifying, only admiring. Alicia Vikander... good Lord almighty... Not only is she an amazing actress and possesses a natural beauty, but apparently very dedicated to her job. She must have gotten down to around 8% body fat (or maybe less) for Tomb Raider. She was close to, if not on par, with many of the women in the bikini division of women's fitness models. That takes a lot of dedication.