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The 5 Best And 5 Worst Tom Cruise Movies

June 6th, 2014 6:00pm EDT
The 5 Best And 5 Worst Tom Cruise Movies
When you think bankable stars, Tom Cruise has been in the discussion since the late 80s. However, Tom has had several misses to go along with his hits - although from the looks of it, Edge of Tomorrow almost certainly appears to be a hit. Check out Tom’s 5 best and 5 worst movies.

Worst

Days of Thunder

Enjoyable from a summer popcorn flick standpoint, Days of Thunder started the idea of the "Tom Cruise Movie." The issue with this film is that it is basically Top Gun in NASCAR, and Top Gun had a similar structure of The Color of Money. Cruise isn't playing a character he hasn't played b...
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New Movies On DVD, April 8

April 8th, 2008 8:00am EDT
There Will Be Blood
In There Will Be Blood, writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson steps outside his contemporary world of dysfunctional Angelenos to explore a very different dysfunctional man -- an oil pioneer whose trailblazing spirit is equaled only by his murderous ambition. Also on DVD: The Water Horse, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, Lions for Lambs and Resurrecting the Champ.
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Johnny Depp Was 2007's Top Money-Making Star

January 3rd, 2008 12:18pm EST
Johnny Depp
Johnny Depp has been voted the "Top Money-Making Star of 2007" in Quigley Publishing Company's 76th Annual Poll. Depp, who starred in "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" and "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street" in 2007, also placed first in 2006. He first appeared as #6 in 2003 and was second to Tom Cruise in 2005.

Will Smith, who starred in "I Am Legend," finished second in the voting followed by George Clooney ("Michael Clayton" and "Ocean's Thirteen") and Matt Damon ("The Bourne Ultimatum" and "Ocean's Thirteen.") Clooney has been in the poll five times to date. S...
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AFI 2007 'Moments Of Significance' Include Writers Strike, 'Planet Earth'

December 27th, 2007 1:26pm EST
High School Musical 2
The American Film Institute (AFI) just announced the year's AFI "Moments of Significance." These seven noteworthy events were determined to have had an impact on the world of the moving image during the calendar year 2007.

Each year, AFI Awards adds another volume to the history of American film and television by documenting the collective opinion of the moving image communities, archiving the year's significant moments and honoring the talent and collaborative teams who have created the year's outstanding accomplishments. Ten AFI Movies of the Year and 10 AFI Television Programs of th...
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Starpulse Holiday Movie Preview, Part 3

November 21st, 2007 2:39pm EST
Hitman
With every surplus of holiday cheer comes a few Scrooges. Some can't stand all the mushiness, or perhaps they just want to have something blow up to go along with their eggnog. Maybe they just like to sit on the edge of their seats instead of on Santa's lap. Fair enough.

For those people, there have been a few real holiday film gems over the years. Some are disturbing, such as Santa going on a killing spree. Others are entertaining, like Die Hard's Christmas party gone awry.

Part Three - Bah Humbug- Action/Drama/Adventure

But many don't have any holiday thematic link at all,...
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Celebrity Fashion Review: Starpulse Critiques The Stars

November 12th, 2007 10:40am EST
Tom & Katie
Let's face it. At one point or another, we all love to check out what celebrities are wearing, especially when it comes to red carpet events. Some girls know how to work it. Some boys know how to make it. And some stars just can't get it together.

Girls who work it:

At the DKNY Delicious Night Fragrance Launch Party on Nov. 7, the ever changing Christina Ricci was certainly working it, looking fabulous in a flowy come-kiss-me lipstick red dress. Christina kept it simple yet still tres chic by wearing black pumps and carrying a black clutch to compliment her outfit.

At the s...
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War Comes to Hollywood

November 12th, 2007 9:43am EST
Redacted
As far back as the 30s, celebrities and even cartoon characters endorsed the purchase of war bonds to support World War I. Then again, there were those who opposed war. For example, producers came up with films such as "Johnny Got his Gun" in 1971, which was based on the 1938 anti-war novel by Dalton Trumbo.

Today the genre has become a standard by directors, writers, and producers who have a missive for the mass audience. Although many films, such as Robert Altman's 1970 film "M*A*S*H," were thinly disguised as the Korean War to show opposition to Vietnam, just as many were made f...
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Opening November 9: Lions for Lambs

November 6th, 2007 3:50pm EST
Lions for Lambs
Robert Redford directs this dramatic tale of intersecting lives that weaves together the stories of an idealistic professor's attempts to inspire a privileged student, a former student of the teacher who is wounded behind enemy lines in Afghanistan, and a congressman whose interactions with a seasoned journalist reveal much about the man behind the public persona. Continue Summary

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Stars Lament Over California Wildfires

October 23rd, 2007 2:55pm EDT
Tom Cruise
Tom Cruise, John Travolta and Britney Spears have spoken of their sadness over the raging wildfire which has swept through California. The fires, which have seen a quarter of a million people evacuated from their homes, has seen California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger declare a state of emergency in seven southern California counties.

Spears admits she feared for her Californian home after hearing news of the fires on Monday. She says, "I don't think it touched my house. I'm real scared."

Travolta admits he was forced to fly his helicopter over the region to ensure his family we...
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Robert Redford Directs/Stars With Meryl Streep & Tom Cruise in 'Lion For Lambs'

February 22nd, 2007 9:42am EST
Robert Redford
Robert Redford's Lions For Lambs will be released in North America on Friday, November 9, 2007, with the remainder of the world to view the release in subsequent months.

Principal photography began on January 29 with Robert Redford directing and starring alongside Meryl Streep, Tom Cruise, Derek Luke, Michael Pena, Andrew Garfield and Peter Berg.

Matthew Michael Carnahan wrote the original screenplay and produces alongside Redford, Tracy Falco and Andrew Hauptman.

"Robert Redford has a remarkable ability to tell moving stories and capture the essence of the human experience...
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Meryl Streep To Star in Big-Screen 'Mama Mia'

January 11th, 2007 11:21am EST
Meryl Streep
Meryl Streep is set to star in a movie version of the hit ABBA-inspired musical 'Mamma Mia.' This will be the first big screen musical for the actress, however, she has previously displayed her vocal talents in A Prairie Home Companion, Postcards From the Edge and Death Becomes Her.

'Mamma Mia' tells the story of a bride-to-be and her mother who raised her on a small Greek island, never revealing the identity of her father. The bride tracks down three men who she suspects could be her father and invites them all to the wedding. Streep will play the bride's mother.

The musical show...
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