Report/Abeer Almadawy  

 few hours after the release of  the movie trailer American made ,or Men's the main formed name before changing to be American Made who scored highly in its first show,starring by Tom cruise who appears as a strong shock to the viewers of the trailer with his  portrays  that belongs to the 1980s pilot who get out From a small plane  crashed which is full of cocaine in a suburban neighborhood.

After he gets out of the plane, covered in cocaine, he flashes the usual dazzling Cruise grin and begins handing out cash to youngsters and saying, “You never saw me.”

 Critics think that American made is more important to Tom cruise as he added to his long list of roles another new one that completed his acting trip.Crusie  played a kind of star vehicle that  he hasn’t made in years. 

Cruise here is playing Barry Seal, and man for whom life changed dramatically. In the history books at least, Seal was a pilot for TWA in the 1970s who lost his job when he was caught flying plastic explosives from Miami to Mexico for an anti-Castro group. He subsequently went solo as an aviation consultant, and began a lucrative second career smuggling cannabis and cocaine between South and North America, eventually getting entangled with the notorious Colombian Medellin Cartel.

When he was caught, he made deals with the CIA and DEA to continue his activities as an informant and spy. His adventures saw him encounter infamous names like Pablo Escobar and Jorge Luis Ochoa Vasquez, expose political corruption in Nicaragua and have no small part in kicking off the Iran-Contra Affair.

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