All 44 Tom Cruise movies, ranked from worst to best

  • Tom Cruise has done every type of movie you can think of over his nearly 40-year career.
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43. "Rock of Ages" (2012)

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Somehow Cruise got roped into being part of this feature-film adaptation of the hit Broadway musical. But leave it to him to lay it all out there.

Though the movie is unwatchable, Cruise provides its only memorable moments when his rock-star character belts out classic songs like "Pour Some Sugar on Me" and "Wanted Dead or Alive."

42. "Endless Love" (1981)

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Cruise's first appearance in a movie is this 1980s teen romance drama starring Brooke Shields that's best known for giving us the Diana Ross/Lionel Richie title song.

Cruise gets a brief bit of screen time as one of the male lead's friends. It's quite forgettable, but it's still better than "Rock of Ages."

41. "Jack Reacher: Never Go Back" (2016)

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Between "Mission: Impossible" movies, Cruise tried to kick off another action franchise by bringing the main character of the Lee Child novel series to the big screen.

Though the first movie just got over the $200 million mark at the worldwide box office, the performance (or lack thereof) by the sequel indicated no one wanted any more Mr. Reacher. It barely made $162 million worldwide.

40. "The Mummy" (2017)

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Cruise was all set to be the Robert Downey Jr. of Universal's Dark Universe with the release of this movie and promises of more creature pictures to come. But playing a soldier of fortune who tries to stop an ancient Egyptian princess from taking over the world didn't grab audiences. It was another franchise not meant to be.

39. "Losin' It" (1983)

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Still getting his legs under him in the movie biz, Cruise signed onto this teen comedy in which he's one of four friends who go on a hard-partying road trip to Tijuana in hopes of losing their virginity. Yes, even Cruise couldn't hide from the teen-sex-comedy genre when he started his career.

38. "Mission: Impossible II" (2000)

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Man, John Woo deserved better than this. The legendary Hong Kong director took over the "Mission: Impossible" reins after Brian De Palma kicked things off with the first movie, but Woo didn't find the same success.

"Mission: Impossible II" did go on to become one of the highest-grossing movies of 2000, with over $546 million earned worldwide, but with its weak plot and character development, it has not aged anywhere near as well as the first movie (or the other movies in the franchise).

37. "Jack Reacher" (2012)

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Though "Jack Reacher" was the first time Cruise worked with his longtime "Mission: Impossible" director, Christopher McQuarrie, and it features the legendary director Werner Herzog as the movie's villain, Cruise as Jack Reacher is a seen-it-before character who isn't exciting.

36. "Oblivion" (2013)

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Here, Cruise attempted to go the sci-fi route in hopes of having a breakthrough "Minority Report"-like experience for the audience. But the story was nowhere as sharp, and its postapocalyptic vibe left us all feeling uninterested.

35. "Lions for Lambs" (2007)

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Marking the first movie released by United Artists after Cruise and his producing partner Paula Wagner took over (the two left UA after a couple of years) was "Lions for Lambs," a tense drama set around the war in Afghanistan and directed by Robert Redford.

Cruise gave his all playing an agenda-pushing senator and has some strong scenes opposite Meryl Streep. But the movie is just dull.

34. "Far and Away" (1992)

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Cruise and his wife at the time, Nicole Kidman, paired together in this 1890s-set epic directed by Ron Howard. The two play Irish immigrants seeking a fortune in America. Outside the lush photography, there isn't much to enjoy about this movie. And don't get me started on Cruise's awful Irish accent.

33. "Vanilla Sky" (2001)

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At the tail end of Cruise's heartthrob phase, the director Cameron Crowe teamed with him again after their hugely successful collaboration on "Jerry Maguire" to make a very different love story.

Based on the Spanish movie "Open Your Eyes," Cruise plays a vain New York City media playboy who has a different outlook on life after being in a horrific car crash. Though Cruise, Cameron Diaz, and Penélope Cruz (who also starred in "Open Your Eyes") all give top performances, Crowe goes too weird with the story, leaving viewers out in the void by the time the movie gets into the home stretch.

32. "American Made" (2017)

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Mixing action and dark comedy in telling the real-life story of the drug runner Barry Seal seemed like a nice pivot for Cruise, but at the end of the day, the director Doug Liman's movie is just too glossy to be taken seriously. (Accent update: Cruise delivers a tolerable Southern drawl.)

31. "The Last Samurai" (2003)

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Cruise stars as an American soldier in 19th-century Japan who embraces the samurai culture. The movie went on to receive four Oscar nominations, but it's the kind of title in which one viewing is enough.

And on a side note: Wow, would this movie get hammered on social media if it came out today.

30. "Valkyrie" (2008)

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Another release from the time Cruise was calling the shots at UA, "Valkyrie" sees him playing one of the rogue Nazi officers who attempt to assassinate Adolf Hitler.

(Accent update: Cruise — and basically most of the other Nazi officers — decided to not even bother with a German accent. Good choice; the audience didn't even notice [ holds back giggles ].)

29. "Cocktail" (1988)

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It's one of the movies in Cruise's career that ride fully on his good looks. Honestly, this movie should have just been titled "Sex." Cruise plays a hot New York City bartender who has dreams of making it big, and it's his hotness that's going to get him to the top. It's classic Hot Guy Cruise — who cares that the story is garbage.

28. "War of the Worlds" (2005)

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Steven Spielberg teamed up with Cruise after "Minority Report" for this blockbuster remake of the classic sci-fi movie. Though it made a lot of money, it was dark in tone — maybe a little too dark. Be honest: Have you wanted to see this movie again?

27. "Knight and Day" (2010)

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This is one of those movies that don't get enough credit. The director James Mangold cleverly takes all the common action-hero traits and has Cruise make fun of them. You might want to give this one another viewing.

26. "Taps" (1981)

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Unlike in "Endless Love," Cruise really capitalized on this small role. As a military cadet who takes his responsibilities way too seriously, Cruise is a standout in the movie and showed audiences (and Hollywood executives) that he had leading-man potential.

25. "Mission: Impossible III" (2006)

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J.J. Abrams takes over the franchise for this one and does an impressive job. It also helps that you have the talents of Philip Seymour Hoffman playing the villain. It's better than "Mission: Impossible II," so we're going in the right direction.

24. "The Outsiders" (1983)

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Francis Ford Coppola's adaptation of the classic novel brought all the biggest names from young Hollywood together, and Cruise was right there in the mix. With Matt Dillon, Ralph Macchio, Patrick Swayze, C. Thomas Howell, Emilio Estevez, and Rob Lowe, the movie is pretty heavy-handed with the drama, but it's fun to watch all these amazing talents on the screen together.

23. "Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation" (2015)

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Rebounding from the so-so performance of "Jack Reacher," McQuarrie jumps on the "Mission: Impossible" franchise and ups the action stakes. Yep, this is the one where Cruise hangs from the side of a giant plane taking off. The movie also got an extra jolt with the inclusion of Rebecca Ferguson in the supporting cast.

22. "Mission: Impossible — Fallout" (2018)

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This "Mission: Impossible" could go down as one of the best action movies ever — its stunts and action sequences are that amazing. This time, McQuarrie gives us a deeper look at what makes Ethan Hunt tick and the values he lives by. But it's really the action that stays with you.

21. "Minority Report" (2002)

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With its breakthroughs in CGI and tech, the first teaming of Spielberg and Cruise lived up to the hype. This movie was so advanced in its execution and what it showcased that it had a "Jurassic Park"-style ripple effect, in the sense that it has influenced countless action and sci-fi movies since.

20. "Tropic Thunder" (2008)

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Though Cruise doesn't have a lot of screen time, his presence in this movie cannot be ignored. Playing a despicable movie executive named Les Grossman, he brings that patented intensity to a role that for most actors would have been a mail-it-in cameo role. In Cruise's hands, it's one of the best comedic performances of the early 2000s.

19. "All the Right Moves" (1983)

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Two months after Cruise hit theaters with his first lead movie, "Risky Business," he was back again with this very different movie about a Pennsylvania high-school football player who clashes with his coach.

"Risky Business" showed that Cruise had no problem being the face of a movie, but "All the Right Moves" proved he could be more than the charming lead with good looks. This one showed he could be a serious actor.

18. "Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol" (2011)

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It's the movie that breathed life back into the "Mission: Impossible" franchise. It came five years after "Mission: Impossible III," and in that time Cruise struggled with an image problem and a string of underperforming movies. He had a lot to prove with this one. And with the casting of Jeremy Renner, Cruise probably sensed he could lose his beloved franchise if the movie didn't work.

However, Brad Bird's direction and Cruise's disregard for common sense — in this one he climbs the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, in Dubai — put him back on top, as the movie became a global hit.

17. "Top Gun" (1986)

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Before "Days of Thunder," Cruise and Tony Scott teamed up for what would become one of the actor's most iconic roles: the fighter pilot Maverick. What Cruise doesn't pull off acting-wise he makes up for with brooding looks and shirtless volleyball skills.

16. "The Firm" (1993)

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In "The Firm," based on the best-selling John Grisham novel, Cruise gives a fantastic performance as a hotshot lawyer who signs on with one of the most prestigious US law firms only to find it has quite a dark side. The era of "Tom Cruise runs" really launched with this movie.

15. "Legend" (1985)

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Ridley Scott's beautiful fantasy movie is still a marvel of moviemaking. The practical effects and production design put into this movie, made back when CGI was scarce, are a treasure. And at the center is a fresh-faced Cruise who tries to get his girl back from the villain who gave me the most nightmares as a kid, Darkness (played perfectly by Tim Curry).

14. "Collateral" (2004)

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We really don't talk enough about this one enough. Michael Mann's slow-burn crime movie stars Cruise as a hitman who forces a cab driver (Jamie Foxx) to drive him around Los Angeles as he goes on his "jobs." The acting by both Cruise and Foxx in this movie is some of their best work.

13. "Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part One" (2023)

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There are many things to love about the "Mission: Impossible" franchise: Its James Bond-like gadgets. Cruise's disregard for his life and safety when it comes to pulling off amazing stunts . But the biggest thing to love is that the films just seem to get better and better.

The first "M:I," directed by Brian De Palma, set the bar very high. However, since McQuarrie took the reins in 2015 with "Rogue Nation," the franchise has gotten a jolt in the arm. It seems to always outdo itself, and "Dead Reckoning" makes good on that promise.

The high stakes, the timely villain being AI, and, of course, Tom Cruise in the middle of some amazing thrills makes this film one of the best in the franchise.

13. "Eyes Wide Shut" (1999)

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Cruise and Kidman teamed up again, this time under the watch of Stanley Kubrick in what would be his final movie. Both actors are pushed to the limits as the movie explores a marriage at a crossroads. Though "Eyes Wide Shut" is not close to Kubrick's best work, Cruise and Kidman are riveting.

12. "Top Gun: Maverick" (2022)

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Thirty-six years after playing Pete "Maverick" Mitchell he returns to the role in the rare legacy sequel that's better than the original movie.

Though Tony Scott's landmark "Top Gun" made Cruise a superstar and became an instant 1980s classic, the director Joseph Kosinski has elevated the story with more death-defying dogfight jet stunts and a more compelling story.

This time Maverick returns to the Top Gun school to be a teacher of the new hot-shot pilots. But he must deal with his own demons as one of the students is the son of his best friend, Goose, who died in his arms in the first movie.

Cruise delivers one of his best performances in years.

11. "Days of Thunder" (1990)

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It's pretty much everything you would think would be in a Tony Scott movie: lots of fast cars and big egos. Cruise is in his glory in every scene playing the hot-shot Nascar driver Cole Trickle (and Kidman appears as his love interest).

10. "Risky Business" (1983)

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It's the movie that made Cruise a star. The coming-of-age story doesn't shy away from its mature storyline, and Cruise delivers a playful performance but also shows sparks of his dramatic chops that he'll showcase in the decade to come.

9. "Mission: Impossible" (1996)

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Boy have things changed since the first "Mission: Impossible." With De Palma at the helm, the movie had its action, but it was encased in a tense whodunit thriller. Since then the action has only gotten bigger (and the story, well, less of a concern), but Cruise has always been fantastic as Hunt.

The first movie is his best acting work of the franchise. (Accent update: Cruise delivers another Southern accent while disguised at the beginning of the movie — one of those classic face-rip-off disguises. It's brief but effective in the scene.)

8. "Interview with the Vampire" (1994)

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Cruise gives one of his best performances as Lestat, a vampire from the 1700s who finds a lot of drama in his undead life once he recruits Louis (Brad Pitt). (Accent update: His little hint of a French accent to stay true to the character's portrayal in the classic Anne Rice book is perfectly subtle.)

7. "Edge of Tomorrow" (2014)

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Whether you want to call it "Edge of Tomorrow" or "Live. Die. Repeat.," it's just a really great action movie. With Liman directing and McQuarrie as a screenwriter, Cruise is surrounded by people he trusts to make a risky project: a soldier who relives the same day. But the MVP of the movie is Emily Blunt, who delivers a performance that makes Cruise kick it up a few notches.

6. "Rain Man" (1988)

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Always at his best when he's playing a character with major conflict, Cruise plays a guy always looking to capitalize on the angles until he's finally in a situation in which he has to be on the level: building a relationship with his autistic savant brother (Dustin Hoffman).

5. "Jerry Maguire" (1996)

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Receiving a best-actor nomination for his performance as a slick sports agent whose life turns upside down after having a moment of clarity, Cruise was, thanks to this movie, at his height of stardom and power in Hollywood.

4. "A Few Good Men" (1992)

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Rob Reiner's courtroom drama has Cruise going up against Jack Nicholson, and it's pure magic. Yes, there's the "can't handle the truth" scene, but for us, it starts earlier in the movie when the two characters meet for the first time.

Thanks to the incredible dialogue by Aaron Sorkin, both actors subtly trade off with each other, but it's the fire being held back that makes the ending when they are face-to-face again so memorable.

3. "Magnolia" (1999)

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No matter what you think of Paul Thomas Anderson's epic look at family, love, and forgiveness, it's hard to dispute that it has the most powerful performance of Cruise's career.

Playing a pickup artist who uses his talents to build a public-speaking career, Cruise appears as we've never seen him before. Anderson and Cruise connected over dealing with the loss of their fathers and use that darkness to create the character of Frank T. J. Mackey.

2. "The Color of Money" (1986)

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Paul Newman won only one Oscar in his iconic career, and it was for this movie. But you have to give a big assist to Cruise.

Playing the protégé to the pool player "Fast Eddie" Felson — the role Newman first played in 1961's "The Hustler" — Cruise is a cocky player, and you can never tell whether he's on the level with Felson. Cruise proved once again that he's more than just a pretty face.

1. "Born on the Fourth of July" (1989)

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Cruise got an Oscar nomination for his portrayal of the veteran and activist Ron Kovic, who was paralyzed fighting in Vietnam. Oliver Stone traces Kovic's journey from being a wide-eyed soldier thinking he's doing what's right for America to coming home from the war to find everything has changed. Including the way he views his own country.

Cruise has never been better as he delivers a tour de force performance that still gives us chills.

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Genre: drama / romance, duration: 90 minuten, country: united states, directed by: robert siegel, stars: spencer boldman , emily ratajkowski and kathrine narducci, imdb score: 5,4  (1.472), releasedate: 28 september 2018.

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"’87 was heaven…" It's the summer of 1987 and Italian-American Gio Fortunato has little on his mind other than racing cars and chasing girls. During the day he works as a car dealer but every night Gio comes alive on Francis Lewis Boulevard, the cruise strip where all the local youth flock in search of good times. Gio, the king of the boulevard, thinks he's got it all together until one fateful night when he comes into contact with Jessica Weinberg, a nice Jewish girl from Long Island. Sparks fly between blonde Gio and the mundane college girl, who embark on an unlikely summer romance that turns Gio's carefree world upside down.

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From his teen idol days in the early ’80s to his status as a marquee-lighting leading man today, Tom Cruise has consistently done it all for decades — he’s completed impossible missions, learned about Wapner time in Rain Man , driven the highway to the danger zone in Top Gun , and done wonders for Bob Seger’s royalty statements in Risky Business , to offer just a few examples. Mr. Cruise is one of the few honest-to-goodness film stars left in the Hollywood firmament, so whether you’re a hardcore fan or just interested in a refresher course on his filmography, we’re here to take a fond look back at a truly impressive career and rank all Tom Cruise movies.

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Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part One (2023) 96%

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I’ve become a big fan of Terry Crews in the last couple of years. While he didn’t start off in acting, beginning his career in the NFL, he has since become a big-time actor with roles in both movie and TV shows, often showing off his charming charisma and brilliant comedic timing. And sometimes, you just need a little but of that to binge during a day off.  

Today, we’re going to go over the best Terry Crews movies and TV shows, and how you can watch them streaming. 

Terry Crews in Everybody Hates Chris.

Everybody Hates Chris (2005 - 2009)

First off on this list, we take a look at the sitcom, Everybody Hates Chris. Created by Chris Rock , this show is based on his memories as a teenager during the 1980s, following Chris, who is just trying to somehow get through life in one piece without getting his ass kicked. 

Crews portrayed Julius Rock, the father of Chris in the show and someone who will do anything for a bargain and loves his family to death, and honestly this was where I first saw Terry Crews as a comedic actor. Him as Julius just fits so well, and from the moment he steps on the screen, you know that he was the perfect choice to play this role. While there hasn’t been a reboot of Everybody Hates Chris just yet, if there ever is one, you bet your butt I’m going to want to see Terry Crews somehow pop up on it somewhere. 

Stream Everybody Hates Chris on Peacock.

Terry Crews in Friday After Next.

Friday After Next (2002)

Next up, we have Friday After Next. This stoner comedy follows cousins who, after they witness a fake Santa rob their apartment, decide to hunt them down and find their stolen items just in time for Christmas the next day, causing hilarity to ensue. 

The third installment in the Friday series starring Ice Cube , this film did receive negative reviews but over time has developed a strong cult following for its hilarious storyline and fun acting, and Terry Crews actually was a part of the main cast, playing Damon Pearly, an ex-convict that truly steals the show in more ways than one and shows off his comedic talents early on in his acting career. You just have to love him in this role. 

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Terry Crews in White Chicks.

White Chicks (2004)

White Chicks stars the Wayans brothers, Shawn and Marlon, and follows two Black FBI agents who are going undercover in order to solve a kidnapping plot, but in order to do so, they disguise themselves as “white chicks” in order for the plan to work. 

Again, this film has not aged well and at the time, did receive negative reviews, but it’s such a cult classic at this point. And nobody can quite forget Terry Crews as Latrell Spencer, and the moment he sings the iconic song, “A Thousand Miles.” I mean, talk about legendary. I personally don’t think that this movie ever deserves a remake , but it’s still entertaining to watch and think back on a time like this. 

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Terry Crews in Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2013 - 2021)

In my eyes, Brooklyn Nine-Nine is one of the best modern day comedies to come from television. Taking place in a fictional police precinct in Brooklyn, we follow the daily lives of Jake Peralta, a detective, and his co-workers as they solve cases, fight crimes, and get into other miscellaneous moments of mischief throughout their time in their job. 

Terry Crews portrays Terry Jeffords, a sergeant in the precinct and someone who has a family and can draw surprisingly well (which is actually based on Terry Crews’ real-life drawing skills). Let me just say this - the Brooklyn Nine-Nine cast is talented, every single one of them, but I seriously do remember Terry’s character the most, as he has some of the funniest moments in this show. There are some amazing episodes of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and usually Terry has always been in the forefront of them as a valued character and I’ve just come to love him so much. 

It’s a shame the show came to an end after eight seasons but we can always check it out on Peacock. 

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Terry Crews in Idiocracy.

Idiocracy (2006)

Next up, we have another film, Idiocracy. If you’re looking for a science-fiction comedy, be sure to check this one out. In modern day, two people undergo a hibernation experiment under the government, but something goes wrong and they end up waking up in 2505, where the world is stupid, and now Joe Bauers is the smartest man in the world. 

I’ll always be upset that this film didn’t do well at the box office because it’s so good, and the cast is just incredible. Not only is this one of Maya Rudolph’s best movies , but oh my God Terry Crews as President Dwayne is just the most unhinged thing you will ever see in the best way and I would pay money to see him act as President Dwayne again. Crews perfects this performance and his comedic timing is perfect here. 

Stream Idiocracy on Tubi. Rent Idiocracy on Amazon.

Terry Crews in Blended.

Blended (2014)

Moving on, we have an Adam Sandler romantic comedy starring the man himself, Adam Sandler, and Drew Barrymore . Blended tells the story of two people who went on a terrible blind date, but years later, they are forced to stay together when their children end up in the same resort. 

While the main stars of this film are Sandler and Barrymore, Terry Crews as Nickens is just perfect. I feel like this movie was purposefully made for Crews to not only show off his comedic acting but as well for his physical humor, if we’re being completely honest, because those dancing pecs and his “huge African arms” have haunted my dreams and made me laugh over and over again. 

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Terry Crews in Rumble.

Rumble (2021)

dLet’s talk voice roles, as Terry has a prominent one in the Paramount+ original film, Rumble. This animated movie takes place in a world where monsters and humans live together and monster wrestling is about as big as any major sport out there. A young monster wants to do what her father did and turn an underdog into a major fighter, running into obstacles along the way. 

Crews actually voices the villain of this film, Tentacular, who is a shark-headed and tentacled monster and a super good fighter, and his voice-acting is great. You can really tell he put all his personality into the role and really wanted to give audiences a fun time no matter what their age. The film itself is also beautifully animated, with some really cool fight scenes that I think anyone would enjoy. 

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Terry Crews on America's Got Talent: Extreme

America’s Got Talent (2014 - Present)

For those who don’t know, Terry Crews for several years, has taken over the hosting gig of America’s Got Talent. This popular reality competition show puts talented Americans up against each other as they all try to compete for a show in Vegas as well as a million dollars, performing for not only a panel of judges, but for the whole world to see. 

While there have been plenty of winners of America’s Got Talent , Terry has only been around since 2014 (the year Mat Franco, the magician won), and he’s seriously the best host. Again, he has this kind of charisma that just makes him easy to watch and not cringey at all, and what really makes it better is that he’ll do bits with the contestants as well, and even has his own Golden Buzzer to use on specific performances. The show itself is always interesting to see different acts from around the country, but I truly watch it low-key for Terry Crews. 

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Terry Crews in Are We There Yet?

Are We There Yet? (2010 - 2013)

Moving on, we have another TV sitcom, Are We There Yet? This show, based on the 2005 movie of the same name, follows the story of a family who is trying to just live their lives in Seattle when two divorced parents marry and have to figure out how to handle their lives in a blended family of different children and lives now. 

For three seasons, Terry Crews starred as Nick Pearsons, and again, he rocks this father-figure role. I don’t know what it is. He was great in Everybody Hates Chris and played a leader role in Brooklyn Nine-Nine, so I’m starting to think Crews is just perfect for playing roles such as these. His family values are something to praise, and has a work ethic all of us should hope to have some day. Truly, a great TV character - and only Crews could play him so charismatically well. 

Stream Are We There Yet? on Tubi.

Terry Crews in Sorry To Bother You.

Sorry To Bother You (2018)

Last but not least, we have Sorry to Bother You, which is a black comedy that tells the story of a Black telemarketer who ends up taking on a white accent in order to try and succeed at his job, but as he does, he starts to discover secrets and conspiracies he never would have imagined, and has to choose between keeping his occupation and fighting for what’s right. 

Sorry to Bother You is an amazing Black-led hidden gem of a movie that I think everyone should watch at least once. Not only is it one of Lakeith Stanfield’s best films , Terry Crews is also awesome in it, playing Sergio, the uncle of the main character, “Cash,” and Crews plays this role perfectly with amazing chemistry between Stanfield and himself. The ending is a little out there, but the film overall is a great time. 

Stream Sorry To Bother You on Netflix.  Rent Sorry To Bother You on Amazon.

Some of these projects you might have heard of, or some of them you haven’t, but no matter what you end up watching from this list, I guarantee you’re going to have a great time. Now, if you don’t mind me, I’m going to go and re-watch Brooklyn Nine-Nine again. 

A self-proclaimed nerd and lover of Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice and Fire, Alexandra Ramos is a Content Producer at CinemaBlend. She first started off working in December 2020 as a Freelance Writer after graduating from the Pennsylvania State University with a degree in Journalism and a minor in English. She primarily works in features for movies, TV, and sometimes video games. (Please don't debate her on The Last of Us 2, it was amazing!) She is also the main person who runs both our daily newsletter, The CinemaBlend Daily, and our ReelBlend newsletter. 

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After his breakthrough with leading roles in ‘Risky Business’ and ‘ Top Gun ‘ in the 1980s, Thomas “Tom” Cruise Mapother IV started bagging pivotal roles in several dramas, including ‘ Born on the Fourth of July ,’ for which he even won a Golden Globe Award and got nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor. In the 1990s, he rose to newer heights of stardom by featuring in various commercially successful films, such as ‘ A Few Good Men ,’ ‘ Interview with the Vampire ,’ ‘The Firm,’ and ‘ Jerry Maguire .’

Once he impacted dramas, he started traversing the action and sci-fi genres. By landing some iconic roles in the ‘ Mission: Impossible ‘ film series, ‘ Collateral ,’ ‘ Edge of Tomorrow ,’ and ‘ Top Gun: Maverick ,’ he established himself as an action star, performing most of the risky stunts on his own. The winner of three Golden Globe Awards, four nominations for the Oscars, and an Honorary Palme d’Or, Tom Cruise is known to be one of the world’s highest-paid actors. Given his immense popularity and fandom, most of our readers are looking forward to his future projects. Here is a list of all the upcoming movies and TV shows of Tom Cruise!

1. Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part Two (2024)

Tom Cruise recently jumped off a cliff on a motorbike for ‘ Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One ‘ and he will be in action soon enough in its sequel, ‘Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part Two.’ Helmed by Christopher McQuarrie, the spy action movie is the eighth installment in the ‘Mission: Impossible’ film series with Cruise reprising his role as Ethan Hunt for the eighth time running.

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Although the plot details are kept under wraps, the action-adventure film is most likely to resume Ethan’s hunt for The Entity as he meets some new friends and foes along the way. The production for the sequel began in March 2022 but is yet to be finished due to the delay caused by the 2023 SAG-AFTRA strike. Having gone through several postponements due to the COVID-19 pandemic when it comes to its release date, it is now officially set to be released on June 28, 2024. But it is very much possible that it will get postponed again due to the pause in production.

2. Untitled Tom Cruise/SpaceX Project (TBA)

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Tom Cruise is set to take his status as an action star to the next level by traveling out of Earth to film the first ever Hollywood motion picture in outer space. In May 2020, it was reported that Elon Musk’s Space X and Cruise were working on an action-adventure project with NASA. Not only is Cruise expected to be blasted into space alongside filmmaker Doug Liman, with whom he has previously worked in ‘ American Made ‘ and ‘Edge of Tomorrow,’ for the upcoming film, but he will also live up to his reputation by attempting to do a space walk outside of the International Space Station. In this movie, Cruise is set to essay the role of a down-on-his-luck man who is the sole person in the position to save Earth. Apart from starring in the film, he is attached to the project as a writer as well as a producer.

3. Live Die Repeat and Repeat (TBA)

A sequel to the 2014 movie ‘Edge of Tomorrow,’ ‘Live Die Repeat and Repeat’ is an upcoming science fiction film that will reportedly reunite Tom Cruise and director Doug Liman, with the former set to reprise his role as Major William Cage. Moreover, Emily Blunt is also rumored to portray Rita again, alongside Cruise. Ever since the release of the hit original film, talks of a sequel have been flying around. However, in 2019, it was finally set in motion when Matthew Robinson was brought on to write the script.

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Fast forward to a couple of years later, in a May 2021 interview with Entertainment Weekly , Emily Blunt revealed, “That was an amazing script, but I just don’t know what the future holds for it. I did read a script that was in really great shape, but it’s just a matter of if that can even happen now. I don’t have the straight answer on that one.” With the project still lingering in the development stage, it is hard to expect it to be brought to life in at least a couple of years.

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T he term “movie star” is thrown around a little loosely these days. Actors appear in one big blockbuster, and suddenly they’re thrust into celebrity status for the foreseeable future. There are very few performers who have stood the test of time and created hits for decades. Sometimes, though, it works out. Tom Cruise fits this definition as well as any actor who’s ever lived.

Cruise puts his all into his performances and movies, doing a majority of the stunts himself without a body double and funding his films through his own production company. While he may not have the Academy Awards of Jack Nicholson or Al Pacino, he’s been arguably the defining actor of the action genre since the mid-1980s.

We’re here to help you sort out which Tom Cruise movies you should watch next to get the full picture of his career. From his early dramatic turns in legal dramas and sports films  to his franchise work in Top Gun and Mission: Impossible , there are plenty of options to enjoy the best Tom Cruise movies.

11. Minority Report (2002)

  • Duration: 145m
  • Genre: Science Fiction, Action, Thriller
  • Stars: Tom Cruise, Samantha Morton, Max von Sydow
  • Directed by: Steven Spielberg

Minority Report is a science-fiction thriller set in 2054 Washington D.C., where the police use a special unit called Precrime, which apprehends criminals for murders they haven’t committed yet. This precognitive ability comes from three mentally altered humans called “precogs” who can foresee glimpses of the future. The film stars Tom Cruise as John Anderton, the head of Precrime. He’s highly respected for his work in eliminating crime. Anderton’s world is turned upside down when the precogs predict that he will, himself, commit a future murder. Believing he’s innocent, Anderton becomes a fugitive and must figure out why he was targeted and how to stop the crime from happening. He teams up with a woman who understands the limitations of the precog system, and together, they race against time to uncover the truth.

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10. Jack Reacher (2012)

  • Duration: 130m
  • Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller, Action
  • Stars: Tom Cruise, Rosamund Pike, Richard Jenkins
  • Directed by: Christopher McQuarrie

Amazon Prime Video released its TV adaptation of the famous Lee Child novels to sufficient acclaim in 2022, but Tom Cruise was the first actor to take on the role of Jack Reacher in this fun and flashy 2012 flick. Some hardcore fans of the franchise were unhappy about the casting choice of the hero, as Cruise doesn’t physically fit the description of the hulking protagonist from the books. Still, it’s hard to argue against Cruise starring in a film in which the main character shoots the bad guys and saves the day.

9. Vanilla Sky (2001)

  • Duration: 136m
  • Genre: Mystery, Science Fiction, Drama, Romance, Fantasy, Thriller
  • Stars: Tom Cruise, Penélope Cruz, Cameron Diaz
  • Directed by: Cameron Crowe

Vanilla Sky is a unique combination between several different genres that Tom Cruise usually appears in, given that it takes advantage of science fiction and thriller elements. Cruise plays David Aames, a man whose story is told through a psychologist after a car accident nearly ends his life. The film also features Cameron Diaz, Penélope Cruz, and Kurt Russell. This is a film you should check out if you like ambiguous endings and uneasy storytelling that makes you feel like you’re in a dream state.

8. The Firm (1993)

  • Duration: 154m
  • Genre: Drama, Mystery, Thriller
  • Stars: Tom Cruise, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Gene Hackman
  • Directed by: Sydney Pollack

One of the earliest films in Tom Cruise’s career, The Firm is based on one of the best novels ever written by John Grisham. Although not as acclaimed as the book, this film, directed by Sydney Pollack, delivers on the same thrills, twists, and turns of the source material. Cruise plays a brilliant young attorney who gets in over his head at a law firm that is hiding more than it seems. Gene Hackman and Holly Hunter gave great supporting performances, the latter of which helped Hunter receive an Academy Award nomination.

7. War of the Worlds (2005)

  • Duration: 117m
  • Genre: Adventure, Thriller, Science Fiction
  • Stars: Tom Cruise, Dakota Fanning, Justin Chatwin

This film is one of the most famous adaptations of the classic alien invasion story by H.G. Wells. Stephen Spielberg directed this special effects spectacle and placed Tom Cruise exquisitely in the lead role. Cruise plays a protective father very well here, adding some human substance to a film that often gets critiqued for its overreliance on computer-generated imagery. This was one of the highest-grossing movies of 2005.

6. Tropic Thunder (2008)

  • Duration: 107m
  • Genre: Action, Comedy, Adventure, War
  • Stars: Ben Stiller, Jack Black, Robert Downey Jr.
  • Directed by: Ben Stiller

Tom Cruise’s part in Tropic Thunder isn’t as big as the roles played by some of the other big names like Robert Downey Jr. and Ben Stiller, but fans still get excited at the thought of his performance. He plays a satirical take on a crazed Hollywood executive. This movie is often considered inappropriate for modern viewing, given its spoof on blackface, but it remains a cult classic.

5. Born on the Fourth of July (1989)

  • Genre: Drama, War
  • Stars: Tom Cruise, Raymond J. Barry, Caroline Kava
  • Directed by: Oliver Stone

War films are something of a necessity for legendary male actors in Hollywood. Nobody’s portfolio is complete without machine guns, atomic bombs, and the American flag waving patriotically in the background. Tom Cruise is no different here in his first Academy Award-nominated role was as Vietnam War veteran Ron Kovic. Cruise expertly gives credence and perspective to Kovic’s memoir, which the film was based upon. Kyra Sedgwick and Willem Dafoe do excellent supporting work throughout the movie.

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4. Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation (2015)

  • Duration: 131m
  • Genre: Action, Adventure
  • Stars: Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg

We could have chosen any of the Mission: Impossible films to put into this list, but the 2015 installment has just the right mix of exciting action and interesting storytelling to draw viewers to the screen and keep their attention for the duration of the film. Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation was able to keep people enthralled and anticipatory of more movies in the franchise at a time when movie-goers could have gotten bored with the series otherwise.

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3. Top Gun: Maverick (2022)

  • Genre: Action, Drama
  • Stars: Tom Cruise, Val Kilmer, Miles Teller
  • Directed by: Joseph Kosinski

We could have chosen the original Top Gun film here, but the most recent sequel is an even better Tom Cruise blockbuster than the classic 1980s hit. Cruise reprises his role as Pete Mitchell in all of his action-packed, perfectly shot glory. Top Gun: Maverick is, surprisingly, the highest-grossing film of Cruise’s career, which in itself is a testament to his longevity and devotion to summer movie fun.

2. Jerry Maguire (1996)

  • Duration: 139m
  • Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
  • Stars: Tom Cruise, Renée Zellweger, Cuba Gooding Jr.

The film known for spawning catchphrases like “Show me the money!” is more than just a few iconic lines. Following the relationship between the titular sports agent and football player Rod Tidwell, this film incorporates many different genres, such as sports, business, drama, and romance. Cuba Gooding Jr. supports Cruise impeccably throughout the movie, which was nominated for several Academy Awards.

1. Rain Man (1988)

  • Duration: 134m
  • Genre: Drama
  • Stars: Tom Cruise, Dustin Hoffman, Valeria Golino
  • Directed by: Barry Levinson

It’s ironic that Tom Cruise’s best movie is one in which he plays a supporting role. This perfectly demonstrates Cruise’s incredible versatility and his willingness to step outside of his normal genre work that would eventually define his career. Cruise plays Charlie Babbitt, a young man who bonds with his autistic brother, Raymond, throughout the film. Rain Man is one of the most critically acclaimed movies of the 1980s, and fans still enjoy the chemistry that Cruise has with cast mate Dustin Hoffman, who won an Academy Award for his role in this film.

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Royal caribbean’s restaurants manager on the world’s longest cruise, from his favorite dish and entertainment on board, ultimate world cruise crew member tinashe vumbugwa shares his top sailing tips..

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Royal Caribbean visits more than 240 destinations, including private destination Labadee, Haiti.

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When it comes to traveling the world, diving into new adventures and taking in stunning natural sights, a cruise has it all. Want to know where to go and what to do? The crew members behind every Royal Caribbean cruise have the best tips. Take it from Restaurant Operations Manager Tinashe Vumbugwa, who is adding even more destinations to his list on the Ultimate World Cruise , which will visit 65 countries on all seven continents over 274 nights.

Get to know Tinashe, including what he does, the dish he can’t go without, his favorite spot to watch the sunset and more in this Q&A.  

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Tinashe in Tauranga, New Zealand—aka the home of Hobbiton, the location that served as the Shire in the “Lord of the Rings” movies!

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Q: Let’s get started with your travel experience. How long have you been sailing the world with Royal Caribbean? And what do you do? Tinashe : I’ve been with Royal Caribbean for 14 years. As a restaurant operations manager, I work with my team to make sure the restaurants on board are serving up incredible meals and memorable experiences to all our guests.

Q: What’s your favorite part about living and working at sea?   Tinashe : I like that I get to travel to destinations some people can only dream of seeing. It also gives me an opportunity to connect with different people from all over the world , be it guests or fellow colleagues.

Fun Fact: Royal Caribbean crew members represent more than 80 different countries !

Q: Where is the one destination you’re most looking forward to visiting on the Ultimate World Cruise?  Tinashe : If I had to only choose one, I’d go with Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. Getting to see the city’s famous Christ the Redeemer statue is going to be such a magical experience.

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On a Royal Caribbean cruise, you can explore over 10 different Mediterranean destinations, like the beautiful Greek Isles.

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Q: What’s the one item you always pack for a cruise?  Tinashe : This might be a lesser-known tip, but I always have movies on hand (whether it’s DVDs, a hard drive or streaming login). There’s nothing better than ending a busy day by relaxing with some food and something good to watch!

Q: Speaking of food, what’s the one thing on board that you could eat again and again?   Tinashe : The tender and well-marinated rack of lamb—cooked medium—has always been my favorite. I could eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner! You can find it at Chops Grille , located on all ships in the Royal Caribbean fleet.

Pro tip : From veal meatballs at Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen to fresh sushi rolls at Izumi , the variety of cuisines aboard Royal Caribbean ships provides something for every taste. 

Q: What are your favorite things to do on board?  Tinashe : Any activity with the whole crew, like playing Bingo…although I never win!

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Tinashe in Mystery Island, Vanuatu. He started exploring the globe with Royal Caribbean in 2008.

Q: Do you have a favorite show or production?   Tinashe : “Dancing with the Stripes” is just so fun and full of excitement .

Fun fact: Dancing with the Stripes is part dance competition and part game show on board. Travelers are paired up with crew members to perform and win over the audience—and their votes. Get your dancing shoes on and put your name in the lottery to be chosen! 

Q: Where would you say is the best view on a ship?    Tinashe : The open decks, especially the top ones, are by far a ship’s best view  for sunrises and sunsets.

Q: What’s one reason Royal Caribbean is a great way to vacation?  Tinashe : The “wow” factor that Royal Caribbean offers in all aspects and for everyone: Great adventures and ways to relax and unwind completely, delicious food, impressive rooms and, of course, the friendly crew.

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The incredible service provided by crew members remains the same in every restaurant, from the Main Dining Room to Wonderland, which serves up imaginative dishes and cocktails.

Q: And now for a quick fire round of “this or that” questions, starting with chill or thrill ?   Tinashe : Thrill.

Q: Mini golf or rock climbing wall?  Tinashe : Rock climbing wall .

Q: Chocolate chip or Ranger cookie?  Tinashe : Ranger cookie .

Q: Coco Loco or The Lime & Coconut signature drink?  Tinashe : The Lime & Coconut.

Q: Perfect Day at CocoCay in The Bahamas or Labadee in Haiti?  Tinashe : Labadee .

Pro tip : Get your adrenaline pumping at Labadee, Royal Caribbean’s private island in Haiti, with activities like the alpine-style Dragon’s Tail Coaster , half-mile-long Dragon’s Breath Flight Line and in-water trampolines.  

Whether you’re in search of a three-day weekend getaway to The Bahamas or a week-long trip through the South Pacific , Royal Caribbean has got you covered. Crew members aboard every ship are ready to help take your vacation to the next level, and you’ll never run out of things to do. Memories are just waiting to be made, and there’s no better place to do it than on a cruise.

Want to experience new adventures, flavors and destinations? Explore all the places you can go with Royal Caribbean here .  

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