Jerry Maguire has got so many memorable moments and one-liners that they've almost become more famous than the film itself.
Edge Of Tomorrow , gave us a different shade of Cruise as action star – his Lieutenant William Cage is a smarmy, cowardly PR guy when we meet him
tMagnolia is a heavy film, and Cruise, as Mackie comes undone and reunites with his estranged father Earl (Jason Robards), really falls apart, the slick showbiz veneer crumbling as years of emotion burst out.
A Few Good Men is the most notable of all the 1990s Tom Cruise legal thrillers. The movie opens with his Lt. Daniel Kaffee, a Naval attorney more interested in baseball than his own cases.
Frankly, multiple spots in a list of Tom Cruise's greatest movies could be filled by Mission: Impossible films.
The sequel to one of the most adored action films of a generation has been 36 years in the making, plagued by pandemic-related release date delays, with a brand-new writer and director on board.
Cruise's Vincent is one of the actor's greatest jerks. He is a tunnel-visioned assassin who drags Jamie Foxx's reticent and amiable cab driver, Max, along with him as he stalks through the shadows of a LA night.
This lesser-known Martin Scorsese blockbuster, which came out the same year as the first Top Gun, is without a doubt the latter's equal in terms of showcasing the young Cruise's enormous talent.
It wasn't an action juggernaut when Brian De Palma took the 1960s spy series Mission: Impossible to the big screen for the first time in the mid-1990s