LAMB Acting School 101: Tom Cruise

by Courtney · June 4, 2010 · Acting School · 5 Comments
CS, of Big Thoughts From A Small Mind, here with a new edition of LAMB Acting School 101! Each month we will highlight a different actor/actress whose performances, for better or worse, have left a mark on the cinematic landscape. This month we look at…Tom Cruise

What we need from you:
  • Articles on the actor’s best performances
  • Articles on the actor’s worst performances
  • General thoughts on the actor
  • Reviews of the films the actor has starred in

Once you have the article and/or review posted on your blog, send the link to bigthoughtssmallmind@hotmail.com. As always multiple submissions are encouraged. The deadline for submissions is Saturday June 26, 2010.

Important Note for this Month: I will not be including Eyes Wide Shut in this feature. Any articles or reviews you have for that film should be submitted to the Stanley Kubrick edition of LAMBs in the Director’s Chair.

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5 Responses to LAMB Acting School 101: Tom Cruise

  1. Univarn says:

    After reading this I’m not supposed to tap my fingers together, and perform a diabolical laugh at the idea I had am I?

  2. Fletch says:

    LOL, Bill. References to The Critic are always welcome. 😀

  3. Bill (RSR) says:

    “Tom Cruise doesn’t really act any more. He’s on — CRUISE CONTROL!” — Jay Sherman

  4. Tie-in with “Knight and Day”??

  5. CS says:

    @Univarn – Diabolical laughter is always a good sign in my books

    @Bill – Love the reference

    @Marshall – Sort of. I always try and pick an actor/actress that has a film coming out in that given month. I also wanted to pick an actor/actress this month who was as loved amongst bloggers like Depp or Downey Jr were.

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