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Face-Off: Tom Cruise vs. Brad Pitt

02.07.2013by: Paul Huffman
In last weeks Face-Off, to gear up for the release of Bullet to the Head we threw Marion 'Cobra' Cobretti against Predator's 'Dutch' Schaefer. Dutch ultimately took the verdict, with our readers agreeing by a landslide.

This week, in celebration of the re-release of Top Gun in 3D, we've cooked up a match between the man of the week Tom Cruise with his Interview with the Vampire co-star Brad Pitt. There are great similarities in the careers of these two men, both have been regarded as sex symbols but with the unbelievable talent and overall great choice in roles to back that up. We'll dissect said studliness, the roles they've chosen, and the manner in which they've performed those roles. We'll even dive in to their highly publicized love lives. Two legends, but which have you always been more of a fan of?
Studliness
A TV spot was playing the other day on the night that Top Gun was to be broadcasted and of course it featured the infamous volleyball scene. My mother squealed, hollered, fanned herself and all that jazz...if that doesn't sum up Cruise's power as "sexy beast" I am unaware of what does. I suppose it helps when the iconic scene from one of the films that launched your career is you dancing in nothing but undies and a dress shirt, food for thought. Thanks to his gravitation towards action roles in his later years, the man is still no slouch when it comes to his physique. How do I find Tom Cruise a stud? Would have to say his dedication to performing his own stunts in his films...the man seems fearless.
How do I find Brad Pitt a stud? I suppose in the way many others do, Pitt has a way of carrying himself in his performances that I wish I could pull off in my every day life. You know the manner of which I speak...it could be found in stars from the golden age of Hollywood like Humphrey Bogart or James Cagney, men of that ilk. Let's not even go into detail about how damn cut the dude was in films like Fight Club and Troy. Also let me just say that I am big on eyes, and I'm not ashamed that if Brad Pitt catered to my sexual sensibilities, I'd think he was swell. Still though, line Cruise and Pitt up...I wouldn't know who to choose. Them's the breaks. TEN EXTRA POINTS for landing women like Jen Aniston and Angelina Jolie.
Resume
Early films that I loved like All the Right Moves and the classic Risky Business introduced the word to Tom Cruise...and then Top Gun hit. From there we get films like Rain Man, Born on the Fourth of July, Days of Thunder, Few Good Men, Interview with the Vampire, Jerry Maguire, and the Mission Impossible franchise. Tom Cruise strikes me as an early Leonardo DiCaprio, in the desire to not be typecast as a sex symbol he eventually leaned towards roles that would challenge him as far as acting goes and I dug it. Other great Cruise films include the genius Collateral, The Last Samurai, and War of the Worlds. Also, super pumped for Oblivion.
As far as my taste in films go, I'll say right off the bat I've been a bigger fan of what Pitt has churned out over the years. From 1994 on he starred in films like Interview with the Vampire, Legends of the Fall, Seven, 12 Monkeys, Sleepers, Meet Joe Black, Fight Club, Snatch, Oceans Eleven, The Assassination of Jesse James, Burn After Reading, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Inglorious Basterds, Moneyball...among many others. It all comes down to what you like out of your cinema, and quite frankly at least four of these films are among my favorite films of all time.
Acting Ability
A famous story is one I think sums up Tom Cruise's talent in his performances. Anne Rice, author of Interview with the Vampire despised the idea of Tom Cruise portraying Lestat, but when she saw the final film she praised Tom's performance stating that he was "her Lestat." No greater compliment if you ask me. Other amazing Cruise performances came out Jerry Maguire, Few Good Men (that final courtroom scene), Eyes Wide Shut, Collateral, and his turn in Magnolia. I even thought the man was a comedic genius in films like Tropic Thunder and Rock of Ages. A member of MFC posted a clip of Collateral the other day of a scene where no words were needed, but just a brief glimpse in the eyes of Tom Cruise convey him wondering how his character's life ended up the way it did. I always thought Cruise was a king of the subtle moment. You can watch said clip here
Pitt has many memorable performances in my opinion, my favorite moment of his being the closing minutes of Seven, his pleading to know what was in "the box" although already pretty much knowing was heartbreaking. From there we have the closing minutes of his performance as Jesse James, his interesting character in Burn After Reading, his whole performance (especially the end) in Fight Club...the man has definitely shined. An underrated performance from Pitt I revisited recently was an early role in the film Kalifornia. Also, you have to give love to his extended hilarious cameo in True Romance. Don't fuckin condescend Brad Pitt man...and his hilarious portrayal of a yankee like Aldo Raine trying to speak Italian in Basterds.
Overall
A lot of people have brought Tom's eccentricities and the way he chooses to live his life into their opinion of the man, that may be cool when you know the man personally, but I know the Tom Cruise that's on screen...and he's never let me down. He owned the dramatic roles early on in his career and is now carving himself a nice little niche as an action hero, it appears the man can do no wrong. Tom has some very intriguing films coming out in the future with Oblivion and the intriguing concept from the Japanese novel All You Need Is Kill. I appreciate the man most for his dedication to his craft, especially as I said the physical aspects of the Mission Impossible franchise, keep trucking Tom.
How do I explain how I will grade this final vote? To me the enjoyment of an actor is based ultimately on what you think of the work their in and how they did in their films. Pitt's films ultimately hold a bigger re-watchable factor for me, I can watch Fight Club everyday and never get tired of the nature of Tyler Durden. The man has a presence on screen that I've always dug, even in the films I haven't thought the world of. Some of you may think how can you choose Pitt over Cruise if you awarded acting chops to Tom? Well because Pitt is no slouch in talent himself, and at the risk of sounding redundant I have enjoyed his work more. I'll watch most of what Brad is in anytime it is on. How can you beat that?
Brad Pitt
There it is folks, while I admire and respect Tom Cruise for the endless entertainment he's supplied me with over the years...Brad Pitt has had the good sense to choose to be in some truly amazing films that I consider some of the best. But this is just one mans opinion...where do you stand? Let us know!

If you have an idea that you'd like to see in a future FACE OFF column, feel free to shoot an email to me at paulhuffman@joblo.com with your ideas and some ideas for the critique to base your ideas off. Thank you and in the meantime...

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1:44PM on 02/08/2013
I've just always liked Pitt more. He comes off as easy-going and rarely looks like he's trying to be the movie star he is. Cruise is an intense actor who is brilliant in his own way, and still able to carry a movie despite everything. But it's his own self-consciousness that makes me side with Pitt. Although in Interveiw with the Vampire, Cruise totally stole the show.
I've just always liked Pitt more. He comes off as easy-going and rarely looks like he's trying to be the movie star he is. Cruise is an intense actor who is brilliant in his own way, and still able to carry a movie despite everything. But it's his own self-consciousness that makes me side with Pitt. Although in Interveiw with the Vampire, Cruise totally stole the show.
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10:03PM on 02/07/2013
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8:52PM on 02/07/2013
Hell no, Tom Cruise all the way.
Hell no, Tom Cruise all the way.
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8:19PM on 02/07/2013

Cruise

Joe Black ain't got nothing on the Maverick.
Joe Black ain't got nothing on the Maverick.
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7:46PM on 02/07/2013
Brad Pitt easily wins every category
Brad Pitt easily wins every category
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5:47PM on 02/07/2013

Cruise

I like Pitt more too, but Cruise is the better actor with the better body of work. His earlier dramas (Born on the Fourth Of July, A Few Good Men, The Firm, Rain Man, etc) are amazing dramas, he does action well, comedy well. He's just been in better films and more of them.
I like Pitt more too, but Cruise is the better actor with the better body of work. His earlier dramas (Born on the Fourth Of July, A Few Good Men, The Firm, Rain Man, etc) are amazing dramas, he does action well, comedy well. He's just been in better films and more of them.
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5:11PM on 02/07/2013

Brad Pitt

I really like both actors. If I were to judge their intensity and dedication? Tom Cruise, easily! But talent and range? Brad Pitt, and that, along with a better filmography is why I choose him. Yes, he has a better filmography. Pitt has a number of AMAZING movies under his belt - Fight Club, Se7en, 12 Monkeys, Snatch, Inglourious Basterds and a couple of great movies - Benjamin Button, Killing Them Softly, Babel, Ocean's 11, Sleepers or Burn After Reading. Cruise has a large number of great
I really like both actors. If I were to judge their intensity and dedication? Tom Cruise, easily! But talent and range? Brad Pitt, and that, along with a better filmography is why I choose him. Yes, he has a better filmography. Pitt has a number of AMAZING movies under his belt - Fight Club, Se7en, 12 Monkeys, Snatch, Inglourious Basterds and a couple of great movies - Benjamin Button, Killing Them Softly, Babel, Ocean's 11, Sleepers or Burn After Reading. Cruise has a large number of great ones himself - Color of Money, Mission: Impossible franchise, Vanilla Sky, Collateral, Rain Man, Eyes Wide Shut, Jerry McGuire. But as far as AMAZING goes, only Magnolia and maybe A Few Good Men can compete with some of Pitt's best.
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4:58PM on 02/07/2013
Tom Cruise wins hands down. Brad Pitt is good, but Tom Cruise has a better resume than Pitt.
Tom Cruise wins hands down. Brad Pitt is good, but Tom Cruise has a better resume than Pitt.
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4:49PM on 02/07/2013

Tom Cruise wins acting?

REALLY? All he does is look earnest and deliver lines in such a stale manner. He's sometimes okay, but Brad Pitt has given so many better performances, from FIGHT CLUB to THE TREE OF LIFE. Plus he's braver too, willing to not look so goddamn earnest, in films like BURN AFTER READING and INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS. Plus Tom Cruise has a tooth in the center of his mouth and that's just weird. Brad Pitt wins, hands down, in every category.
REALLY? All he does is look earnest and deliver lines in such a stale manner. He's sometimes okay, but Brad Pitt has given so many better performances, from FIGHT CLUB to THE TREE OF LIFE. Plus he's braver too, willing to not look so goddamn earnest, in films like BURN AFTER READING and INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS. Plus Tom Cruise has a tooth in the center of his mouth and that's just weird. Brad Pitt wins, hands down, in every category.
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4:14PM on 02/07/2013

Overall?

Your "overall" category just killed the whole point of this face-off. Both actors were being rated on their merits, and it was tied, so you capped it off with, "yeah, but I just like Brad Pitt better, so..." Alright, so what was the point of rating their body of work if you already had decided who you were choosing the winner?
Your "overall" category just killed the whole point of this face-off. Both actors were being rated on their merits, and it was tied, so you capped it off with, "yeah, but I just like Brad Pitt better, so..." Alright, so what was the point of rating their body of work if you already had decided who you were choosing the winner?
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2:30PM on 02/07/2013
also Oblivion looks dull and I get annoyed every time the trailer comes on. Especially when they have the trailer for that and not for Star Trek Into Darkness...the real Sci-Fi king of this year.
also Oblivion looks dull and I get annoyed every time the trailer comes on. Especially when they have the trailer for that and not for Star Trek Into Darkness...the real Sci-Fi king of this year.
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2:29PM on 02/07/2013
cant say pitt has a better resume.

what about vanilla sky? that movie is simply perfect. minority report??? also, cruise has the ability to carry a movie all by himself, whereas pitt shines most when he plays off as a co-star (fight club, basterds, seven, etc).

at best, its a tie between these two.

cant say pitt has a better resume.

what about vanilla sky? that movie is simply perfect. minority report??? also, cruise has the ability to carry a movie all by himself, whereas pitt shines most when he plays off as a co-star (fight club, basterds, seven, etc).

at best, its a tie between these two.

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2:28PM on 02/07/2013
I'm surprised that acting went to Cruise. His voice is always the same, his acting is always the same, he always gets an annoying cut on the bridge of his nose, and I think Rock of Ages, Interview, Collateral, and Tropic Thunder are his only roles where he does something different. In every Mission Impossible movie his Ethan Hunt isn't close to the Ethan Hunt from the last movie, but it is always Tom Cruise playing Ethan Hunt.

Brad Pitt IS Tyler Durden, Brad Pitt IS Aldo Raine, Brad Pitt is
I'm surprised that acting went to Cruise. His voice is always the same, his acting is always the same, he always gets an annoying cut on the bridge of his nose, and I think Rock of Ages, Interview, Collateral, and Tropic Thunder are his only roles where he does something different. In every Mission Impossible movie his Ethan Hunt isn't close to the Ethan Hunt from the last movie, but it is always Tom Cruise playing Ethan Hunt.

Brad Pitt IS Tyler Durden, Brad Pitt IS Aldo Raine, Brad Pitt is Louis and Joe Black. Ocean's 11, Snatch, Burn After Reading, Jesse James.

He's much funnier than Cruise

He's a better dramatic actor than Cruise

They both had amazing women and moved on to women of lesser caliber though Angelina Jolie > Katie Holmes.

Pitt didn't jump on Oprah's couch.

I'm shocked at all the Cruise love. Top Gun was one of my number one movies from my childhood. Not cause of Cruise though. The soundtrack, Goose, and Iceman.

I think Lestat is the only reason I don't hate Tom Cruise. He was brilliant in that role. I wish he displayed more variety like that.
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1:53PM on 02/07/2013

Wrong

Pitt is Great, but acting ability, and Resume, both go to Tom, and so does the overall category...

To this day, Tom Cruise is the Number one Block Buster actor for a reason. Every film the man does is a blockbuster movie!
Pitt is Great, but acting ability, and Resume, both go to Tom, and so does the overall category...

To this day, Tom Cruise is the Number one Block Buster actor for a reason. Every film the man does is a blockbuster movie!
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12:49PM on 02/07/2013
Gotta go with Cruise
Gotta go with Cruise
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11:41AM on 02/07/2013

I agree

I found Brad Pitt to be more fearless with his roles, right from the start. Whether it was the druggie cameo in True Romance or the insane rich kid in 12 Monkeys, he's never been afraid to get dirty with his roles. Cruise has done daring work as well, but he's coasted in films like Cocktail, The Firm and A Few Good Men where he essentially played a nice guy with an edge: his Risky Business character all growed up.

From a personal perspective, I think I'd prefer hanging with Pitt over
I found Brad Pitt to be more fearless with his roles, right from the start. Whether it was the druggie cameo in True Romance or the insane rich kid in 12 Monkeys, he's never been afraid to get dirty with his roles. Cruise has done daring work as well, but he's coasted in films like Cocktail, The Firm and A Few Good Men where he essentially played a nice guy with an edge: his Risky Business character all growed up.

From a personal perspective, I think I'd prefer hanging with Pitt over Cruise. Pitt seems like a pretty chill guy while I'd be wondering when Tom Cruise would start pitching Scientology at me.
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11:29AM on 02/07/2013
Tom Cruise has too much good films. But Brad Pitt's got a lot too.
I think both of these actors belong to the biggest stars for no surprise.
Tom Cruise has too much good films. But Brad Pitt's got a lot too.
I think both of these actors belong to the biggest stars for no surprise.
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11:15AM on 02/07/2013

Nice Try

You... are wrong. Cruise is far superior in every way. How the heck can you say that Pitt has a better resume? That, in itself, is a travesty.
Cruise is a nut. But he's my nut. And he makes awesome movies.
You... are wrong. Cruise is far superior in every way. How the heck can you say that Pitt has a better resume? That, in itself, is a travesty.
Cruise is a nut. But he's my nut. And he makes awesome movies.
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10:35AM on 02/07/2013

I cannot agree with you

I'm sorry but while Pitt is my boy, there's no way he's beating Tom. The only reason his movies are so rewatchable is because of the rest of his cast. he doesn't carry a movie like Cruise does. Half the movies you mentioned as being the most rewatchable, he was a supporting character in, not the main. So as a supporting actor he's awesome, but no one drives a movie like Cruise.
I'm sorry but while Pitt is my boy, there's no way he's beating Tom. The only reason his movies are so rewatchable is because of the rest of his cast. he doesn't carry a movie like Cruise does. Half the movies you mentioned as being the most rewatchable, he was a supporting character in, not the main. So as a supporting actor he's awesome, but no one drives a movie like Cruise.
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10:01AM on 02/07/2013

Um no...

...Cruise wins every category, this is a joke.

...Cruise wins every category, this is a joke.

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9:37AM on 02/07/2013
HA. Please. Nobody beats Tom Cruise.
HA. Please. Nobody beats Tom Cruise.
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9:26AM on 02/07/2013
No way. I like Pitt, but a large chunk of his filmography I find to be very mediocre or forgettable, and his best stuff came from the 90s, except Jesse James. Only a minority of Cruise's work I find to be mediocre or forgettable (like Jack Reacher).

Plus Pitt made one of the most painful films to sit through, 'The Mexican'. Cruise doesn't have a single movie on his resume that's as bad as that.
No way. I like Pitt, but a large chunk of his filmography I find to be very mediocre or forgettable, and his best stuff came from the 90s, except Jesse James. Only a minority of Cruise's work I find to be mediocre or forgettable (like Jack Reacher).

Plus Pitt made one of the most painful films to sit through, 'The Mexican'. Cruise doesn't have a single movie on his resume that's as bad as that.
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11:43AM on 02/07/2013
Cocktail. He even got a Razzie nomination for that one.
Cocktail. He even got a Razzie nomination for that one.
9:09AM on 02/07/2013

Are you fucking kidding me

Cruise''s Resume alone would beat Pitt.. Love Brad Pitt but Cruise has Seniority. He's done alot more movies and rarely has a miss. I actually can't even remember a bad Cruise movie. It's like putting Biggie up against Lil Wayne.
Cruise''s Resume alone would beat Pitt.. Love Brad Pitt but Cruise has Seniority. He's done alot more movies and rarely has a miss. I actually can't even remember a bad Cruise movie. It's like putting Biggie up against Lil Wayne.
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7:39AM on 02/07/2013
Isn't this suppose to be in Moviehotties? Hehe. Still, this is quite hard to choose. With Tom Cruise, you can be sure to have good time at the cinemas with all the exhilarating action. Cruise delivers. With Brad Pitt, you can prepare yourself for fine acting caliber. Pitt may not have that many of action films but he sure knows how to captivate audiences. Result: this is a tie for me.
Isn't this suppose to be in Moviehotties? Hehe. Still, this is quite hard to choose. With Tom Cruise, you can be sure to have good time at the cinemas with all the exhilarating action. Cruise delivers. With Brad Pitt, you can prepare yourself for fine acting caliber. Pitt may not have that many of action films but he sure knows how to captivate audiences. Result: this is a tie for me.
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7:39AM on 02/07/2013

closer than I thought

Cruise has just a bit more longevity to me than Brad. Both are stellar and I have watched them both practically from the beginning (damn I must be getting old). While Tom has a sort of ferociousness to his roles, Brad has a broader range. I still hope both nab an Oscar before all is said and done (a worthy Oscar too, not a lot of the kiss ass shit you see now). Bit with a gun to my head and a choice to make...Mr. Cruise for the win.
Cruise has just a bit more longevity to me than Brad. Both are stellar and I have watched them both practically from the beginning (damn I must be getting old). While Tom has a sort of ferociousness to his roles, Brad has a broader range. I still hope both nab an Oscar before all is said and done (a worthy Oscar too, not a lot of the kiss ass shit you see now). Bit with a gun to my head and a choice to make...Mr. Cruise for the win.
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6:48AM on 02/07/2013

Anne Rice...

Tom may be able to act, but basing that statement on the words of Anne Rice is a mistake, IMHO. The woman is a total flake. She's been all over the board on her opinion about religion and sexuality. It's not surprising that she both hated and loved the choice of Tom as Lestat. Personally I think he was a crappy Lestat, and would've cast them in opposite roles, putting Brad in as Lestat.
Tom may be able to act, but basing that statement on the words of Anne Rice is a mistake, IMHO. The woman is a total flake. She's been all over the board on her opinion about religion and sexuality. It's not surprising that she both hated and loved the choice of Tom as Lestat. Personally I think he was a crappy Lestat, and would've cast them in opposite roles, putting Brad in as Lestat.
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11:31AM on 02/07/2013
I'm glad I'm not the only one who thought Brad Pitt would have made a better Lestat. Tom Cruise did his best, and it was a very good best, but Pitt is much closer to Lestat's physical description in the book: six feet tall with blond curly hair.
I'm glad I'm not the only one who thought Brad Pitt would have made a better Lestat. Tom Cruise did his best, and it was a very good best, but Pitt is much closer to Lestat's physical description in the book: six feet tall with blond curly hair.
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6:15AM on 02/07/2013

Cruise control

Cruise has had a much better resume than Pitt and just overall better.
Cruise has had a much better resume than Pitt and just overall better.
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5:13AM on 02/07/2013

cruise

Love some Pitt movies like seven and 12 monkeys, still i think he is overrated and not an Icon like Cruise who had constant Hits for decades.
Love some Pitt movies like seven and 12 monkeys, still i think he is overrated and not an Icon like Cruise who had constant Hits for decades.
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4:16AM on 02/07/2013

Pitt

I felt that Pitt took on more dicey roles, Cruise started to just take the blockbuster or romance/comedy approach. I look forward to seeing how Pitt is in WWZ, and although a different concept from the book (which I felt would have madea for a great movie) I feel will be one of the top movies this summer.
I felt that Pitt took on more dicey roles, Cruise started to just take the blockbuster or romance/comedy approach. I look forward to seeing how Pitt is in WWZ, and although a different concept from the book (which I felt would have madea for a great movie) I feel will be one of the top movies this summer.
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3:28AM on 02/07/2013

Cruise.Next time, John Wayne Vs Marlon Brando

Can't believe!! This is the face-off i've been waiting for and i even thought about it 2days back.this face-off is like John wayne Vs Marlon Brando and Al pacino Vs Robert deniro,who are the greatest icons of their generation.i love both cruise and pitt.but i like Tom cruise more.pitt is doing performance oriented films recently and cruise is doing commercial films which he is best at.hope Tom does art films,performance oriented films after his age of 60
Can't believe!! This is the face-off i've been waiting for and i even thought about it 2days back.this face-off is like John wayne Vs Marlon Brando and Al pacino Vs Robert deniro,who are the greatest icons of their generation.i love both cruise and pitt.but i like Tom cruise more.pitt is doing performance oriented films recently and cruise is doing commercial films which he is best at.hope Tom does art films,performance oriented films after his age of 60
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2:20AM on 02/07/2013

Tom Cruise.

Love both, but Cruise wins this one. The man has so many classic films and characters under his belt compared to what Pitt has done.

And also Cruise has his own successful franchise that's still going strong today. Something Pitt doesn't have.
Love both, but Cruise wins this one. The man has so many classic films and characters under his belt compared to what Pitt has done.

And also Cruise has his own successful franchise that's still going strong today. Something Pitt doesn't have.
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1:50AM on 02/07/2013
Pitt all day
Pitt all day
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1:19AM on 02/07/2013

Great Face Off! They are both great!

Cruise vs. Pitt. I don't even know who I would pick? Maybe Cruise, but they're both awesome in their own ways. Great match up!
Cruise vs. Pitt. I don't even know who I would pick? Maybe Cruise, but they're both awesome in their own ways. Great match up!
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