Tom Cruise

 Far and Away (1992) Rated PG-13

In Ron Howard’s epic drama, two 19th-century Irish immigrants make the journey to the United States together, but for very different reasons. Joseph Donelly is a poor farmer who’s lost everything, while Shannon Christie is chafing against her privileged but stifling upbringing. Looking for land as they make their way west, they also find love as they endure a series of hardships that strengthens their relationship.

 Jerry Maguire (1996) Rated R

After years of successfully navigating the shark-infested waters of sports management, Jerry Maguire experiences a crisis of conscience and leaves his high-powered job behind, with one loyal football client and a starry-eyed co-worker in tow. An irresistible little boy adds the icing on the cake to this sweet, heartfelt Best Picture nominee.

 Rain Man (1988) Rated R

Fast-talking yuppie Charlie Babbitt is forced to slow down when he meets a brother he never knew he had, an autistic savant named Raymond who’s spent most of his life in an institution. When their wealthy father dies, leaving everything to Raymond, Charlie takes his unusually gifted older brother on a life-changing cross-country odyssey that neither is likely to forget.

 Top Gun (1986) Rated PG

Satisfy your need for speed and launch your home theater into the jet-propelled world of the U.S. Navy’s best aviators. Tom Cruise plays Maverick, who has to struggle to control himself, responsibility and a steamy love affair while competing at the Navy’s fighter-weapons school, better known as Top Gun.

 Valkyrie (2008) Rated PG-13

Wounded in Africa during World War II, Nazi Col. Claus von Stauffenberg returns to his native Germany and joins the Resistance in a daring plan to create a shadow government and assassinate Adolf Hitler. When events unfold so that he becomes a central player, he finds himself tasked with both leading the coup and personally killing the Führer.

synopsis by Netflix.

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