Cruise starred as a sports agent whose moral epiphany causes him to lose his job and most of his clients. The one he’s left with, Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Rod Tidwell (Cuba Gooding, Jr., who won an Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his role) puts him through the ringer. Though Cruise didn’t win the Best Actor Academy Award (he lost out to Geoffrey Rush in Shine), his portrayal of a man transformed was critically acclaimed as one of his strongest. It’s also one of his most quotable movies. In addition to “Show me the money!”, the film brought us such gems as: “You complete me,” “You had me at hello” and “Shoplift the pootie.”
It's interesting, shortly after Tom Cruise had his exchange with Matt Lauer we found out that Tom Cruise was right to be concerned for his friend, Brooke Shields. Paxil, the drug Brooke Shields was using and promoted, got it's Black Box Warning about its side effect of increased risk of suicide. Today we have law firms taking GlaxoSmithKline, the manufactuer to court for the drug's problem with birth defects. So I guess Tom Cruise should continue to speak out against the real dangers of psychiatric drugs and keep caring for his friends.
where does he go from here?... to FINALLY announce his gay life... nothing else, what else, is in store
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