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Podcast Release Date:
May 08, 2020

Tom Cruise ’80s Movie Star Series Episode 6

Coughlin’s Law: the bar is always open when you set it really low.

Was heartthrob Tom Cruise writing his own obituary when he traded fighter jets for martini shakers, and agreed to star in Cocktail – the totally blitzed bartender drama crowned Worst Picture of 1988 by the Golden Raspberry Awards?  Don’t worry… be happy you at least get to soak up the sage advice of TGI Friday’s resident philosopher Bryan Brown, while enjoying Sex On The Beach with Elisabeth Shue. Jakob, Stuart, and Arnie get there fast and then take it slow for donors who wanna go back to the 80s for Now Playing’s Gold Level Tom Cruise series.

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Movie Details

Tom Cruise '80s Star
Original Title
Roger Donaldson
Ted Field, Robert W. Cort
Tom Cruise, Bryan Brown, Elisabeth Shue, Lisa Banes, Kelly Lynch, Gina Gershon, Ron Dean, Ellen Foley, Chris Owens, Louis Ferreira, James Eckhouse, Laurence Luckinbill, Paul Benedict, Robert Donley, Andrea Doven, John Graham, Richard Thorn, Robert Greenberg, Harvey J. Alperin, Sandra Will, Allan Wasserman, E. Hampton Beagle, Parker Whitman, Richard Livingston, Bill Bateman, Jean St. James, Rosalyn Marshall, Jeff Silverman, Rich Crater, Marykate Harris, Lew Saunders, Jack Newman, Diane Douglass, George Sperdakos, David Chant, Dianne Heatherington, Arlene Mazerolle, Paul Abbott, Ellen Maguire, Larry Block, Kelly Connell, Gerry Bamman, Reathel Bean, Peter Boyden, Luther Hansraj, Kenneth McGregor, Liisa Repo-Martell, Adam Furfaro, Kim Nelles, David L. Crowley, James Mainprize, Gregg Baker, Jaap Broeker, Vivian Palermo, Garry Pastore, Andrew Shue, Karen Starr
1 h 44 min
Release Date
29 July 1988
Drama, Romance, Comedy
After being discharged from the Army, Brian Flanagan moves back to Queens and takes a job in a bar run by Doug Coughlin, who teaches Brian the fine art of bar-tending. Brian quickly becomes a patron favorite with his flashy drink-mixing style, and Brian adopts his mentor's cynical philosophy on life and goes for the money.

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