Jerry Maguire

Tom Cruise

Top 10 Most Engaging Tom Cruise Movies

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Originally published June of 2012

Few movie stars can give such a broad, diverse amount of movies to choose from to make a top 10 list.

With his newest movie now out, Rock of Ages, in which he plays a rock star, it feels like good timing to look back on the career of Tom Cruise.

Agents for Change

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My favourite film of all time is Jerry Maguire. I am not a big Tom Cruise film fan, but the portrayal of an American Sports Agent won Cruise an Oscar nomination and it is hard not to disagree with the plaudits it got.

"I will not rest until I have you holding a Coke, wearing your own shoe, playing a Sega game *featuring you*, while singing your own song in a new commercial, *starring you*, broadcast during the Superbowl, in a game that you are winning, and I will not *sleep* until that happens.

Mission Statement

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THFC1882 welcomes back Rob for another guest blog. In June Rob wrote this about Harry Redknapp. So have the last five months changed Rob's opinions? Has the manager won him over? Read on to see what Rob has to say:

Five months ago I asked this blog site if I could do an article on Harry Redknapp.

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Seeing as everyone has given up on the game of football I thought I would write a mission statement that epitomised how the game should be managed.....  INT. MIAMI HOTEL ROOM (My Flat) NIGHT Jerry's James'eyes open. Breathing strangely. Trembling, he holds onto the nightstand for grounding. He gets up, takes a few gulps of air, walks to [.

The Rest

Wayne Rooney is most definitely back

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Most days I settle in front of the telly for a match only around 2-3 minutes after kickoff. Mostly this is to avoid the pre-match 'analysis' that is vomited week in and week out. Seriously, while I'm infinitely pained with Sony Pix (and I will come back to this later) for not telecasting our FA Cup game against Southampton, I also appreciate their minimalist broadcast policy when they actually show a match.