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Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (11-Jun-2001)

Director: Simon West

Writers: Michael Colleary; Sara B. Cooper; Patrick Massett; Mike Werb; Simon West; John Zinman

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Archaeology, Video Game, Robots

Archaeologist and adventurer Lara Croft discovers an ancient clock hidden by her father, an archaeologist missing for decades. After she takes it into an antique dealer for examination, members of a secret organization, the Illuminati, realize that it is a precursor necessary to solve a 5,000 year old puzzle. The clock is stolen and Lara must fight the Illuminati before that can reunite fragments of an extraordinarily dangerous ancient artifact that provides the holder with control over time itself. Although predictable, action scenes are eye candy and so is a very fit Angelina Jolie.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Rachel Appleton
Actor
19-May-1992   Played young Lara Croft
Chris Barrie
Actor
28-Mar-1960   Arnold Rimmer on Red Dwarf
Daniel Craig
Actor
2-Mar-1968   The current James Bond
Iain Glen
Actor
24-Jun-1961   Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Richard Johnson
Actor
30-Jul-1927   Treasure Island
Angelina Jolie
Actor
4-Jun-1975   Tomb Raider
Leslie Phillips
Actor
20-Apr-1924   Not Now Darling
Noah Taylor
Actor
4-Sep-1969   He Died with a Felafel in His Hand
Jon Voight
Actor
29-Dec-1938   Midnight Cowboy

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