Actor Tom Cruise moved to New York City in the early 1980s and auditioned for television roles before making his film debut in 1981 with “Endless Love.” His role in the movie “Taps” earned critical acclaim and landed him a contract with CAA, which he would remain with for the rest of his life. In addition, his agent, Paula Wagner, made the case for Tom Cruise to Michael Ovitz, who became a lifetime client. Paula Wagner made the case for Tom Cruise and the two formed a production company called Cruise/Wagner Productions.
Tom Cruise’s role in Tropic Thunder was a rare one, a mere cameo appearance in the film. His role was a parody of a Hollywood studio executive, Les Grossman. Cruise wore glasses, stubbled his beard, and had a bald head. The cameo lent the film an air of sexy sophistication. Tropic Thunder was a surprisingly funny comedy, if not the best one Cruise ever made.
In a role that was based on a real-life figure, Cruise is cast as a fat, balding film studio executive named Les Grossman. He’s also portrayed by Bill Hader. Despite the movie’s unimpressive plotline, Tom Cruise manages to pull off his role with aplomb. Tropic Thunder earned Cruise a Golden Globe nomination. Here’s the scoop: Tom Cruise is no longer a bumbling star.
Based on a novel by famed science fiction writer Philip K. Dick, Tom Cruise stars as the head of a police department’s Precrime unit. Psychic technology allows police to arrest criminals before they commit crimes. Tom Cruise, who plays the head of the Precrime unit, is accused of the future murder of a man he’s never met. But is he really innocent? This sci-fi thriller will leave you wanting to know more!
While the movie itself is an action adventure and an entertaining science-fiction thriller, its plot depends on the conviction of its protagonist, Tom Cruise. The film takes place in a futuristic Washington DC, where the Pre-Crime program taps into the visions of three “pre-cogs” to catch criminals before they can commit crimes. While the plot is interesting, the film’s most compelling sequence revolves around the Precog (an artificial intelligence device), which is capable of reading the future and predicting future events.
The Last Samurai
Tom Cruise’s The Last Samurai is a powerful action movie about a samurai who goes from drunken soldier with no purpose to a powerful Samurai commander who earns the love of the woman whose husband he killed. It has many themes, including redemption, remembrance of tradition, and vengeance. While the movie focuses on Cruise, it’s also a good watch for anyone interested in Japanese culture.
The movie starts on Friday, Dec. 5, at the Metro Theater. It’s a remake of an older Japanese action film, and shares some similarities with the remakes of Dances With Wolves and Gladiator. The director and star of the film, Tom Cruise, hired the same trainer that Russell Crowe and Mel Gibson used to build their bodies. The movie is a good choice for fans of the actors and the period, although some might find the language and culture offensive.
War of the Worlds
The first part of the film sets the stage for the invasion of Earth by extraterrestrials. It starts out with electromagnetic pulses from lightning, which turns out to be the beginning of an alien invasion. Dockworker Ray Ferrier struggles to build a positive relationship with his children and his ex-wife, Mary Ann. Then, one day, Ferrier’s ex-wife drops off their children, and Ferrier is forced to protect them from the aliens.
The rest of the movie is a science fiction action film directed by Steven Spielberg and written by Josh Friedman. Based on the 1898 novel by H.G. Wells, the film is co-produced by Amblin Entertainment and Cruise/Wagner Productions. It was released by Paramount Pictures and DreamWorks Pictures. Tom Cruise stars in the film as a dock worker who fights to protect his children and the city from a massive alien invasion.
The 2004 action film “Collateral” is a classic in its own right. The premise is simple enough: a lifelong cab driver named Max is hired by a professional assassin named Vincent to kill five people in a single night. In return, Vincent offers him big bucks to drive him for the entire night. The plan works, but when a dead body is thrown into the taxi, it causes problems.
The movie starts with Tom Cruise exchanging briefcases in an airport, but then seems to morph into a separate tale. The film also stars Jada Pinkett Smith and Jamie Foxx. The story follows two cab drivers, Annie and Max, as they bet if they can beat each other. But there’s more to this film than that. In the end, we learn how the characters ended up with such different outcomes.