IT SUCKED!!! (Tomb Raider 2)
I have never seen a movie worse than that. It was pathetic in every aspect. The camera work, the special effects, the thing that should have been plot, the actors, the action scenes - everything sucked. I saw it for free and with a good friend, but it didn't make it any better. Other people in the theater got all drunk and they told me that they felt sorry for me because I had to see it all sober. I feel sorry for myself too. I got home at 4 am after the film and missed my hockey practice and missed my class and slept through the study session. And all that for seeing that stupid chick chase after Pandora's box. Why she has to chase is also a mystery. It is somewhat of a Tolkienistic manner. There is a key that will open the chamber of secrets where the box is hidden. While the key exists, there is a danger that someone will abuse the box (obviously Pandora forgot to open a hidden compartment where all the real bad stuff was waiting). So Croft decides to go there herself, to make sure that she hides the box from all that is evil. With the last part being extremely reminiscent of that Indiana Jones movie where they also had a box that killed all that saw what was inside. Lame, lame, lame. FYI: You can learn how to fly a helicopter by playing chopper video games and playing with radio controlled chopper models. Demispoilers: he attacks her; she kills him and she opens it. You get to fill in the pronouns.
In my interests I listed "classical archelogists" I want to make it clear that that excludes Lara Croft. Not that she can be called "classical" anyway. Nor is she a good archeologist.
And yet there is a very high chance that I will be seeing this film again in a few weeks. Not for the film, but for the person who might want to see it then. I should survive that.
And now I need to find my brother and go to Fry's for the third time, hoping to make my new computer work. Fry's should open a snack line - all of their chips are fried anyway and the name fits. "Would you like some ketchup with your RAM?" or "How deep would you like your processor fried, sir? ... No, we can't do raw nor rare. Range it between well done and scorched to dust." Hence the name...