Vanilla Sky

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Podcast Release Date:
Sep 07, 2018

Mortality as entertainment cannot be the future, can it?

Open your eyes and take another look at Vanilla Sky, the much-maligned puzzle movie that Tom Cruise and director Cameron Crowe made as an encore to Jerry Maguire. Audiences in 2001 thought the toothy mega-star would always play handsome, infallible heroes, and recoiled when the fantastical melodrama remade Cruise into a disfigured murderer. Will podcasters Jakob, Arnie, and Stuart see new virtues as they pull the intricate story out of deep freeze, or are they just de-thawing a 17-year-old dog? Find out when you become a Now Playing Patron!

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Movie Details

Series
Individual Movie Reviews
Original Title
Vanilla Sky
Title
Vanilla Sky
Director
Cameron Crowe
Author
Producer
Tom Cruise, Paula Wagner, Cameron Crowe
Writer
Actors
Tom Cruise, Penélope Cruz, Cameron Diaz, Kurt Russell, Jason Lee, Noah Taylor, Timothy Spall, Tilda Swinton, Armand Schultz, Alicia Witt, Michael Shannon, Ivana Miličević, Shalom Harlow, Johnny Galecki, Delaina Mitchell, Oona Hart, Jhaemi Willens, Cameron Watson, Robertson Dean, W. Earl Brown, Ray Proscia, Tim Hopper, Ken Leung, Conan O'Brien, Mark Kozelek, Stacey Sher, Tommy Lee, Laura Fraser, Ana Maria Quintana
Runtime
2 h 16 min
Release Date
22 January 2001
Genres
Romance, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Thriller
Overview
David Aames has it all: wealth, good looks and gorgeous women on his arm. But just as he begins falling for the warmhearted Sofia, his face is horribly disfigured in a car accident. That's just the beginning of his troubles as the lines between illusion and reality, between life and death, are blurred.

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