Films starring Tom Cruise

Mission: Impossible – Fallout

By Adam Woodward

Tom Cruise and Christopher McQuarrie combine for one of the most purely entertaining action movies of the new century.

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American Made

By James Luxford

Tom Cruise gets a lot more than he bargained for in this madcap ’80s adventure.

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The Mummy

By David Jenkins

The twinkling insta-charm of Tom Cruise can’t save this mangled mutt of a movie epic.

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Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

By Adam Woodward

Tom Cruise reprises his role as Lee Child’s enigmatic hero in a sequel that fails to hit the ground running.

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My Scientology Movie

By Gabriela Helfet

The UK’s most cordial muckraker heads over to the US to look into the Church of Scientology.

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Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation

By Adam Woodward

An off-the-chain Tom Cruise is the key and only asset in this fifth ride-along with the IMF crew.

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Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief

By David Jenkins

More honest-to-goodness muckraking from one-man doc institution, Alex Gibney.

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Edge of Tomorrow

By David Jenkins

A weedy Crusier is dropped into a time-switching sci-fi set-up, with undeniably interesting results.

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Jack Reacher

By Adam Woodward

Not even Werner Herzog can’t save this slick but mediocre Tom Cruise vehicle.

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Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol

By Matt Bochenski

Twenty minutes of Dubai-based blockbuster gold aside, Ghost Protocol is kind of flat, inert and not all that exciting.

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Knight and Day

By Laurence Boyce

While you hardly expect a summer blockbuster to be massively original this film is so derivative it’s almost ridiculous.

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Valkyrie

By Matt Bochenski

Tom Cruise plays a Nazi with a moral compass in this drab historical drama from director Bryan Singer.

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