Master of the pulse-pounding crime thriller, Michael Mann has made multiple genre classics, arguably none better.
Minority Report is a Hitchcockian “wrong man” yarn, a Philip K. Dick fable, with Spielberg’s stamp and lively touch all over it.
Easily one of the top ten action films ever made, probably top five. Much has already the envelope-pushing action in Fallout.
CameronCrowe‘s oft-quoted dramedy channels the great work of Frank Capra, with a selfish protagonist.
A startling pivot from the action fare and (admittedly, uncommonly good-looking) everymen he was best known for, Cruise.
About as chilly as a Christmas movie can be, Stanley Kubrick‘s final film is an intense drama.
Tom Cruise has grabbed the side of a plane as it soared through the skies. He's clung to the side of a cliff.
It plays like as much a legacy sequel to the 1986 film as to 40 years of Tom Cruise movies.
After breakout blockbuster successes had made him a household name for years, Cruise garnered his first Oscar nod.
"Bruised Forearm Movies" — the kind of filmgoing event where you're constantly clutching the arm.