6 Tom Cruise movies to watch after Top Gun: Maverick

6 Tom Cruise movies to watch after Top Gun: Maverick

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Top Gun: Maverick is in theaters right now, more than 30 years after the first film. Since Tom Cruise has chained the first roles so for the occasion the JV team has selected 6 films by the actor.


  • Edge of Tomorrow
  • Interview with a Vampire
  • War of the Worlds
  • The last Samourai
  • Impossible mission
  • Top Gun

Edge of Tomorrow

Edge of Tomorrow is adapted from the Japanese light novel All you need Is Kill by Hiroshi Sakurazaka illustrated by Yoshitoshi ABe. It follows Commander William Cage’s (Tom Cruise) endless fight against hordes of aliens. But without great experiments, he dies almost immediately. Yet the battle is far from over as he finds himself stuck in a time loop and forced to relive the same fight over and over. Tom Cruise stars opposite Emily Blunt and directed by Doug Liman, much more accustomed to directing spy films like Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Since then he has announced that he will produce a sequel with a plot imagined by Tom Cruise, in addition to a series.

Interview with a Vampire

In San Francisco in the 90s, journalist Malloy interviews a pale and elegant man named Louis. This one is fascinated by this meeting and asks the man to reveal to him the secrets of the world of vampires. Tom Cruise plays one of the vampires Interview with a Vampire with facing him Christian Slater who replaces River Phoenix. He also shares the screen with Brad Pitt. It is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Anna Rice and the first volume in a series entitled Chronicles of the Vampires.

War of the Worlds

War of the Worlds is the second adaptation of the science fiction novel written by HG Wells to the cinema. Tom Cruise plays a divorced father accompanied by his daughter who find themselves attacked with their city by the extraterrestrials. The world is destroyed and all means of communication and transportation are cut off, and the aliens are attacking humans. The only solution is to flee as far as possible to survive. It was Steven Spielberg who had the idea of ​​re-adapting this classic, but the release of Independence Day, which tackled the same theme, pushed the project back.

6 Tom Cruise movies to watch after Top Gun: Maverick

The last Samourai

The last Samourai follows Captain Nathan Algren (Tom Cruise) a military advisor to the Japanese Emperor. The captain was particularly prominent during the Indian wars against the Sioux, hence this exotic assignment. The problem is that he now finds himself stuck between two worlds and two cultures. Quite cliché for some, the film still tells the real historical event that is the last great revolt of the order of the samurai. It is also inspired by the book The Nobility of Failure by Ivan Morris. The Last Samurai is a 2004 film directed by Edward Zwick starring Tom Cruise, Billy Connolly and Tony Goldwyn.

6 Tom Cruise movies to watch after Top Gun: Maverick

Impossible mission

The film series Impossible mission is inspired by Bruce Geller’s homonymous series broadcast in the 1960s and 1970s. With gimmicks and cult credits, the series and the films have influenced today’s action and spy cinema. Tom Cruise embodies Ethan Hunt through 6 films, knowing that another in two parts is planned. He is a member of the Mission Impossible Force team who during the first film are sent to Prague and then falsely accused of being a traitor. Through the various missions of the saga, the actor has built his reputation by performing his own stunts, which are increasingly impressive.

Top Gun

Top Gun is the film that introduced Tom Cruise to the general public. He plays Pete Mitchell, known as “Maverick”, an ace pilot and student of the elite naval aviation also known as Top Gun, he is a hothead who also falls in love with his teacher. Now cult thanks to its music, the synopsis is inspired by the article Top Guns by Ehud Yonay, from California magazine, which talks about the school of the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar. The actor had initially been reluctant to play in the film, especially since he was far from being the first choice, but he ended up accepting against a large sum. Following the success, Tom Cruise forged an international career and a sequel was created Top Gun: Maverick currently in the cinema.

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