Comparison between the cut US UHD Blu-ray (Paramount) and the uncut German UHD Blu-ray (LEONINE).
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider - The Cradle of Life is the follow-up film to Lara Croft: Tomb Raider and the second film starring Angelina Jolie, before the series underwent a kind of reboot in 2018 with Tomb Raider and Alicia Vikander was cast in the leading role of the titular adventurer. All three productions have their pros and cons, but as a whole they know how to entertain somewhere. The 2018 reboot in particular sticks a bit closer to the current game series from Crystal Dynamics, which is also a reboot.
For comparison, we had the UHD Blu-ray released in the US by Paramount, which, unlike the Blu-ray, was unfortunately slightly cut in the short, unspectacular love scene between Lara and Terry. The German UHD counterpart, released here under LEONINE, however, contains the film in completely uncut form. Interested parties, even outside the German-speaking area, should therefore currently rather reach for the aforementioned uncut, German UHD, especially since the original English audio track is also included here.
The runtime information is taken from the uncut UHD Blu-Ray, but the specified cut length per cut and in total is reproduced in PAL. The footage is from the uncut German Blu-ray.
The German UHD used for comparison still shows a "Leonine" opening logo in advance.
Lara bites/sucks Terry's breast nipple onscreen.
The US version shows a longer black frame at the end and finally the "Paramount" logo. The German counterpart only shows additional editing notes.
Runtime US version: +8.20 sec
Runtime German UHD: 16.64 sec
Difference: 8.44 sec