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Is the 'Tomb Raider' reboot worth seeing?

The anticipated "Tomb Raider" reboot is hitting theaters, and reactions have been mixed. Many film critics argue it's a bad reboot of a bad movie series based on a video game. The film only holds a 51 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes. It's barely rotten, but others argue they love the changes to the franchise and Alicia Vikander is an acclaimed actress who really carries the film. What do you think?

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Some critics like Alicia Vikander in the role of Lara Croft, and she carries the movie. GuideLive's Britton Peele writes:

There are numerous ways in which Tomb Raider is better than its cinematic predecessors, but many of them are built off of that major shift in character focus. Yes, she's attractive (as the vast majority of action stars are), but this Lara Croft is a capable, intelligent action-movie heroine, not an excuse to flaunt boobs and guns. You care about who she is, not just what she looks like.
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Arizona Republic's Bill Goodykoontz writes that "Tomb Raider" is just a bad reboot of already bad adaptation of the video game series:

This is ... not just a reboot of a film franchise based on a video game. It's also a movie based on a reboot of that video game. If there were a television series it could reboot, then it would represent the hat trick of unoriginality.
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