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Old 09-04-24, 21:03   #3771
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I'm going to say something probably lots of people disagree with but...

I think they need to stop making the films based on the games' storylines. They're not interesting enough.

They need top storytellers, an interesting, unusual storyline (finding father is not that, that's predictable storytelling) and good writers. And a very attractive, charismatic Lara.
To be honest, I'd rather have a CGI movie with all the bells and whistles.
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Old 10-04-24, 01:59   #3772
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I'm going to say something probably lots of people disagree with but...

I think they need to stop making the films based on the games' storylines. They're not interesting enough.

They need top storytellers, an interesting, unusual storyline (finding father is not that, that's predictable storytelling) and good writers. And a very attractive, charismatic Lara.
The only Tomb Raider movie that adapted one of the games was Tomb Raider 2018. Lara Croft: Tomb Raider had a scene where trained mercs attacked Croft Manor, which could be a nod to Tomb Raider II's assault on Lara's home, but that is about it.
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