Throughout his long career, Tom Cruise has seen highs, lows, and everything in-between as he has worked with top talent in Hollywood. As Top Gun: Maverick hits theaters, there are some of Cruise’s less popular movies worth looking at.
The Last Samurai (2003)
Helmed by Edward Zwick and featuring Tom Cruise, The Last Samurai has an extraordinary supporting cast. Timothy Spall shows up in effectively perhaps in his best role. The action is super well-helmed and the production design is amazing.
The Firm (1993)
The Firm is easily one of the most outstanding mystery thrillers of the ’90s on account of Sydney Pollack’s fabulous direction and Tom Cruise’s amazing acting. Notwithstanding, one particular creative choice, the score, leaves a lot to be desired.
Minority Report (2002)
The idea of targeted ads featured in Minority Report makes it a movie that eerily predicts the future. The first of two collaborations with Steven Spielberg, Minority Report is set in an authoritarian world where individuals are punished for wrongdoings before they even do it.
American Made (2017)
Fans of Narcos will just simply go gaga for this movie. Released in 2017 to positive reviews, American Made didn’t appear to have a great impression on audiences. The movie is rarely talked about, in spite of featuring a portion of Cruise’s most insane stunts, while flying a plane.