KVNU For The People Movie Show: Tom Cruise vs John Green

What a great weekend for movies! Fans of the John Green young adult novel – THE FAULT IN OUR STARS – can unleash the sniffles and tears in the darkness of the theater, or fans of Tom Cruise can hit up EDGE OF TOMORROW and wonder why in the flying eff a movie with such terrible trailers and horrible marketing can be so ever-lovin’ fantastic. We talked about both of these gems and you can relive the wonder that is

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Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol Trailer Makes Me Proclaim I <3 Tom Cruise

There is a lot of Tom Cruise hate out there, but not from this guy. I happen to have a mancrush on Tom Cruise. He falls somewhere around Ryan Reynolds and Jerry Sloan. Cruise might be cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs but I actually think the guy gets a raw deal. So he’s extremely passionate about his religion and his wife. Big deal. The dude can act and he’s the real thing when it comes to kicking ass and taking names in

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Tom Cruise Likes Robert Pattinson’s Dirty Hair

Earlier in the week we had Jeremy Renner (The Hurt Locker) dissing Justin Bieber’s noisy chip eating in a 2010 MTV Movie Awards promo, and today we have Tom Cruise revisiting his Tropic Thunder character, Lex Grossman, and giving Robert Pattinson (The Twilight Saga) the third-degree over his scruffy appearance. If this is a prelude to the kind of spoofs we’ll see during the actual June 6 awards telecast, I might be changing my tune and not just watch for

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Trailer Tuesday: Knight and Day

There has been a lot of Tom Cruise hate since 2005, after Old Man Maverick painted Brooke Shields as a drug-happy quack and did his dance of Katie Holmes adoration on Oprah Winfrey’s sofa. But I’m not a member of the Anti-Cruise Brigade, in fact I think the guy is undeniably one of our most underappreciated actors. Sure, we can crap on things like Cocktail, Interview with the Vampire, Eyes Wide Shut or Vanilla Sky, but the dude has talent

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Mission Impossible IV Slated for May 2011

No big surprise here, but it was announced yesterday that Paramount Pictures is moving forward with Mission Impossible IV, with Tom Cruise and J.J. Abrams set to produce. The fourth installment of the Mission: Impossible franchise will hit theaters Memorial Day weekend in 2011 and will, of course, star Cruise. No word on whether or not Abrams will direct the movie, but Josh Applebaum and Andre Nemec are attached as screenwriters. I can’t see how moving forward with another Mission:

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