Tom Cruise’s Highest Rated Movie of All Time Surprisingly Isn’t ‘The Mummy’

Tom Cruise is a talented actor, and his latest movie is proof of that. Top Gun: Maverick opened with $126 million at the box office, making it its best opening weekend ever. While her star power can help a movie achieve unimaginable commercial success, sometimes her charm isn’t enough to save a movie and its script.

As many people think of 2017 The Mummy as one of his poorest, Cruise’s lowest-rated film is surprisingly not the action-adventure fantasy flick.

The best of Tom Cruise movies

Cruise has proven time and time again that he is an evergreen star. The actor’s projects are usually very successful at the box office. Let’s take a look at some of its biggest box office hits and their opening weekend gross, and yes, Top Gun: Maverick is on the list.

The company dropped in 1993 and featured a star-studded cast including Ed Harris and Holly Hunter. The film earned a respectable $25.4 million in its opening weekend. The film earned a worldwide gross of $270.2 million on a budget of $42 million.

Minority report came in second with an impressive $35.6 million and $358.4 million gross worldwide on a budget of $102 million. This wouldn’t be a complete list of Cruise’s greatest hits without the Impossible mission franchise, which helps the actor stand atop a $3 billion empire.

Impossible mission had the strongest opening weekend with $75 million and $457 million gross. To fall followed closely with $61 million and the franchise’s highest earning of $791 million. rogue nation earned $55 million in its opening weekend and $680 million.

His 1994 film Interview with the Vampire earned $36 million on its debut and $223.7 million worldwide. War of the Worlds earned $64.8 million in its opening weekend and $603.9 million worldwide. High Pistol: Maverick topped the list with an impressive opening weekend of $126.7 million, with a box office approaching $1 billion.

Tom Cruise’s worst-rated film according to critics

Tom Cruise in the 1988 film Cocktail | Mondadori via Getty Images

Cocktail follows Cruise’s character Brian as he tries to become a bartender. He falls in love with a woman named Jordan, but his friend Doug convinces him to cheat on her while she’s pregnant. Brian pursues Jordan relentlessly, and they get back together and have more children. He is also finally able to realize his dream of starting a bar and hopes to open franchises.

The 1988 movie has an unfortunate score on review aggregation site Rotten Tomatoes. He gave the film a 9% rating, with critics filming it. Jack Garner of Gannett News Service said, “At the end of the day, the ideas in this film are as flat as stale beer, and the honest emotions are as watered down as cheap whisky.” Another reviewer wrote, “If they gave you this in a bar, you’d send it back.

Cocktail made The Mummy Cruise’s second lowest rated film, with a 16% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Tom Cruise’s lowest rated film according to audiences

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Even though critics hated Cocktail, the public appreciated it, giving it a score of 58%. However, viewers hated his 1982 film Loose it giving it a 28% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Loose it is a comedy centered on four teenagers trying to lose their virginity.

A reviewer called the film “unfunny, misogynistic, plotless, characterless garbage” and gave it a one-star rating. Another person wrote:Loose it is a mess of a movie that doesn’t work at all. However, one audience member saw some redeeming qualities writing, “The plot is off the rails a bit, but there are some laughs.”

Loose it also placed effectively The Mummy in second place as the film with the lowest rating by the public with an audience score of 35% against Loose itthe score of 28%.

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