Tom Cruise is a global icon, As an actor, Producer Tom Cruise has achieved huge success in Hollywood. Getting 3 Oscar nominations for his extraordinary acting, his films have grossed over $10 Billion worldwide box office. This can summarise all how great of a name Tom Cruise has become.
Here is the list of Tom Cruise movies, this list indicates how complex and different roles and characters he has portrayed over the years of his successful career.
20) VANILLA SKY
Rich and successful Tom Cruise get into a car accident, after which, disfigured, he tries in vain to find sympathy from his former friends and girlfriend. He decides to have an operation, after which everything seems to return to normal – but soon the hero plunges into even greater madness.
19) DAYS OF THUNDER
A promising newcomer to NASCAR circuit racing, Tom Cruise takes on experienced opponents. Everything goes wrong, but Cruz meets the woman of his dreams – and this is Nicole Kidman.
18) ALL THE RIGHT MOVES
Hot head and star of the high school football team, young (only 21 years old) Tom Cruise dreams of leaving his provincial town. But he encounters problems: the coach and the main beauty of the school have other plans for the guy.
17) COLOR OF MONEY
Billiards shark Paul Newman takes young and daring Tom Cruise under his wing to teach him how to make big money on the tables. But although the beginner does not occupy talent, he does not succeed in curbing his own temper. Which sooner or later leads to confrontation between teacher and student.
A young and ambitious lawyer (Tom Cruise) gets a job at a law firm on fantastic terms. However, he soon finds out that his bosses work for the mafia and cannot accept this. An adaptation of the novel of the same name by John Grisham.
15) THE LAST SAMURAI
In this amazing film, Tom Cruise plays the role of Captain Nathan Algren, an American military advisor. Who then captured by traditional rebellions, where he lives among them and adopt the Samurai culture.
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A jazz-loving hitman (Tom Cruise) keeps an impressive taxi driver captive to get from one target to another quickly. The actor brilliantly copes with the role of an anti-hero in Michael Mann’s tense film.
13) A FEW GOOD GUYS
Cruz, a US Navy lieutenant and the aspiring lawyer must defend two service members who allegedly killed a fellow soldier in court. But starting to understand the case, he discovers a number of oddities.
A young and self-confident bartender dissolves into a world of easy money and sex until he meets a girl who is too tough for him. In fact, Top Gun is only in the world of cocktails.
11) RAIN MAN
Businessman and selfish rogue Tom Cruise learns empathy and compassion from his autistic brother (Dustin Hoffman, by the way). It turned out so convincingly that the tape took four Oscars at once.
10) EYES WIDE SHUT
This Stanley Kubrick film is the last one that Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman starred in while they were still together. This is a story about a married couple: two people who, through sexual desires, discover the dark truth about each other.
9) INTERVIEW WITH THE VAMPIRE
Tom Cruise plays a villain for the first time: a blond man in luxurious shirts, and part-time – an immortal, morally devoid of vampire Lestat.
8) MINORITY REPORT
Using new technology, a police officer from the near future catches criminals before they even commit a crime. His career ends the moment he himself is charged with a murder that has not yet been committed. Career ends – problems begin.
7) BORN ON THE FOURTH OF JULY
The screen adaptation of Ron Kovic’s autobiographical book about a Vietnam veteran who became an anti-war activist. Cruz has a central role. The film won two Oscars and four Golden Globes.
6) EDGE OF THE TOMORROW
The undying press secretary discovers in himself amazing abilities that will help humanity survive. If Groundhog Day had machine guns and ferocious aliens, it might look something like this.
5) Mission: Impossible
The spectacular and inventive film that launched Tom Cruise’s career as one of the main characters of the action movies of our time.
In this standout Anderson film, Tom Cruise plays a rather pathetic TV presenter with skeletons in his closet and a rather sensitive undercurrent.
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3) JERRY MAGUIRE
Half sitcom, half introspective drama, this film proved that Cruise can handle an adult role while retaining his unique charm.
2) RISKY BUSINESS
It was Brickman’s film that made Tom Cruise an actor of the first magnitude and is still considered one of his most outstanding roles. The 21-year-old actor played a high school student whose meeting with a prostitute turned out to be a lot of problem for him.
1) TOP GUN
Legendary, eternal, and one of the main roles in the career of Tom Cruise, which for many years to come determined the very archetype of his character. Every young actor dreams of playing a guy like Lieutenant Pete “Maverick” Mitchell.