Fuelled with real inspiration and innovation, this is a bold and rewarding effort.
A nostalgia-fuelled, thrilling, love letter.
Lifeless predictability which could well bury Lara Croft in a tomb of her own.
Vibes of John Hughes and heart-rending drama put this in the analogues of great teen dramas.
Connects with nothing and leaves this film in a genre limbo.
Typically Woody Allen but without all the sharp, witty and entrancing dialogue and story.
Goes from excitement to disappointment, much like a game of Monopoly.