Now, we have a new Tomb Raider movie that is now related to the games that rebooted the franchise in 2013... and it's ok.
Instead of going for the smart-ass and self-confident adventurer, this movie goes for a much more grounded version of Lara Croft (like the game does). I've heard many people say that it feels quite emotional, but I didn't see any of that depth in the relationships Lara had. The writers made the terrible mistake of taking the storylines from two games and trying to put them in a blender to come up with something meaty and powerful. In that regard, it definitely failed.
The writers should've concentrated on adapting the first game's story. It's a good story, has a protagonist that has strong motivations and fulfills her arch by the end of it, and it has a heart. Instead, they kinda based it on it, the character kinda has motivations, and kinda cares for what's going on around her.
Is it worth watching? I guess. Throughout its running time, it's pretty entertaining. So... I guess it has that going for it.