BY Abrar Khan
One of the higher-rated Mission Impossible films is the 2015 installment, Rogue Nation. The film is near the top when it comes to Cruise's impressive resume of stunt work,
With the same rating as Rogue Nation, it's a toss-up if Ghost Protocol is better or worse, but the 2011 installment in the series did contain the legendary sequence where Cruise climbed the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building.
When great actors work with great directors the result is oftentimes an excellent piece of work.
It's like Groundhog Day but sci-fi -- Edge of Tomorrow, also known as Live, Die, Repeat, is an intense science fiction action film starring Cruise and Emily Blunt.
There aren't many directors who can make crime films like Michael Mann. Combining that with an action star like Tom Cruise and the final product ends up being a masterpiece like Collateral.
One of the earliest projects by Tom Cruise and one of the reasons for his long-term success was Rain Man.
A Few Good Men is one of the first works of legendary screenwriter Aaron Sorkin to reach the public eye, based on his play by the same name.
The most recent release in the Mission Impossible franchise is inarguably a great action film.
Stanley Kubrick is widely considered one of the greatest filmmakers ever, and Eyes Wide Shut is one of his masterworks.
Tom Cruise is simply a member of the ensemble that makes up Magnolia, but his screen time is some of the best work of his career and earned him one of his only Oscar nominations, as well as a Golden Globe win.