Geek Revolution Radio #155 – Tom Cruise

He is an acting legend, whose name comes with a lot of discussion.  From a long list of great movies, to a wild incident on Oprah’s couch, Tom Cruise is a full force kind of guy.  On this week’s show, we’re all about on of our favorite actors, and why we love his movies so much.

 

Tom Cruise

Part One – Intro

To start off the show, the guys started out with a brief review of Apple’s new iPhone.  Will got his new phone in the mail this week and gave an initial review.

They also talked about the return of “Black Mirror” on Netflix.  Will gave it high marks and recommended it to anyone who loves a good dark scifi, with a nod to The Twilight Zone.

 

Part Two – The Walking Dead Season Premiere

The guys also went into great lengths over the season premiere of The Walking Dead.  They analyzed all that was good, and some bad from the episode.  With many mixed reactions from the new episode, both Will and Ryan felt pretty good about the premiere, as well as the direction of the new season.

Part Three – Tom Cruise

Most would be hard pressed to name at least one Tom Cruise movie they didn’t like.  With a career that spans over three decades, Tom Cruise has done a great deal of amazing work.  From Top Gun to Jack Reacher, both Will and Ryan have a great deal of love for the eccentric actor.  They go into full detail of all the things they love about his work, his movies, and why its dumb to hold his personal life over his amazing work on screen.

So what did you think of the Walking Dead season premiere?  What are some of your favorite Tom Cruise movies?  Get into conversation at Facebook.com/GeekRevolutionRadio

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Credits:
Hosts: Will Hatton and Ryan Bennett

Intro Song: “What You Want” composed by Kevin McLeod , licensed under Creative Commons

Interlude Song: “Thief in the Night” composed by Kevin McLeod , licensed under Creative Commons

Credit Song: “Riptide” composed by Kevin McLeod, licensed under Creative Commons