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Film Review Tomb Raider

Alicia Vikander stars in "Tomb Raider."

Warner Bros.

'Tomb Raider'

Rated: PG-13 for sequences of violence and action, and for some language

Translation: Extended peril and violence, chases, guns, fights, explosions, many characters injured and killed, some graphic and disturbing images, some strong language

Recommendation: High school-Adults

Family discussion: Why wouldn’t Lara sign the papers? How did growing up without a father influence her choices?

If you like this, try: the earlier “Tomb Raider” films with Angelina Jolie and the Brendan Fraser version of “The Mummy”

'7 Days in Entebbe'

Rated: PG-13 for violence, some thematic material, drug use, smoking and brief strong language

Translation: Depiction of a real-life hijacking and hostage situation and commando raid, extended peril and violence with characters injured and killed, references to anti-Semitism and Holocaust, references to Palestinian advocacy and terrorism, smoking, drinking, some strong language

Recommendation: High school-Adults

Family discussion: What were the most important reasons for and against the raid? Why did the Germans join forces with the Palestinians and where did they disagree? Would you have gone on that raid?

If you like this, try: the documentary "Follow Me: The Yoni Netanyahu Story”

'Love, Simon'

Rated: PG-13 for thematic elements, sexual references, language and teen partying

Translation: Theme of gay high schooler struggling to come out, kisses, brief crude sexual reference, teen drinking, brief strong language

Recommendation: Middle school-Adults

Family discussion: Why could Simon tell Blue and Abby before Leah and his family? Would you like to have a “Secrets” website for your school?

If you like this, try: “G.B.F.,” “Never Been Kissed,” and “Easy A"

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