This Thursday, premieres in the local theaters American Made, 2017, the movie in which the star of the action Tom Cruise returns to team with the director of Edge of Tomorrow, Doug Liman.
The film narrates how at the end of the 70s and the beginning of the 80s, the pilot prodigy Barry Seal leaves his job at the TWA, the largest US airline, to go to spy for the CIA in Central America and later distributes weapons to the “rebels” in Nicaragua.
However, his contact with the guerrillas will later lead him to work for nothing more and nothing less than for the Medellín cartel distributing cocaine in North American territory.
The 5 reasons not to miss this movie
1. Tom Cruise
What else can Tom Cruise be asked at this point in his career? Undoubtedly, more films like “American Made” and like Oblivion. In fact, this new production comes with very little publicity and with a considerable delay despite the fact that it is one of the best works of the actor. The interpretation of Cruise is like that of Darín: he makes such a character being himself (and this is said by Darín himself). However, the actor’s eternal smile, the little that is known about his character, and his dynamism are once again successful. Not to mention the skill that the artist has to pilot and that exploits to the maximum most of the time.