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Tom was so much more interesting when he was reclusive and mysterious. Lately he's been running his mouth and we all realized he's a total zero. But since when has being stupid kept people off the big screen?

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QUOTE(LosMediasBlancas @ Aug 23, 2006 -> 04:07 PM)
Tom was so much more interesting when he was reclusive and mysterious. Lately he's been running his mouth and we all realized he's a total zero. But since when has being stupid kept people off the big screen?

His antics hurt him with females — the demographic group that had consistently supported his films but showed up in smaller numbers for "Mission: Impossible III."

 

That film is on track to gross $400 million worldwide, less than "Mission: Impossible," which grossed $456 million 10 years ago and the 2000 sequel "Mission: Impossible II " which brought in $546 million.

 

Brandon Gray, president and publisher of Box Office Mojo, an online box-office tracking service, said Cruise's erratic behavior leading up to the release of "Mission: Impossible III" did not help the marketing campaign, which was centered around his image.

 

He said the movie didn't perform as well as the first two because it never had a strong fan base to begin with.

When it starts costing money, that's when.

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QUOTE(nitetrain8601 @ Aug 25, 2006 -> 12:52 AM)
I actually liked M:I3

 

I thought it was kind of crap and of the 3 was easily the worse... which in my mind probably had more to due with less profit than cruise's image.

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I liked a lot of his older movies like cocktail and Jerry MaGuire but he has flipped out and is reall making scientoligy look worse then it already is.

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