More movie ****-ups W gave me some DVD's last night, so I'm watching one of them right now at work. (She's gone for 2 weeks again.) It's Lara Croft Tomb Raider Cradle of Life. I've seen it before, but this slipped past me before. I'm only about 10 minutes into it, so I'm sure that a lot more will pop up. To start with, she lost her scuba tank and cut her arm to attract a shark that she could hitch a ride on. I know that a shark can smell a drop of blood half a mile away, but smelling it, determining its origin, and getting to it with 5 seconds? I'm pretty sure that there are a couple of basic laws such as diffusion of one liquid in another and the top speed of a shark that aren't quite adhered to. Secondly, they went into this underwater cavern on sea sleds (or whatever you call those SCUBA towing rigs) at quite a depth. Then they took off their gear. When it comes unglued, she does her thing and gets towed to the surface by the shark. Wouldn't the cavern, and thus her body, still be at the equivalent depth pressure of the water at the entrance? She would still then have to stage going up to avoid the bends, right? Okay, that's a start. I'm going to log off and continue watching it now.