A selection of Hallmark’s Christmas movies, including Tom Cruise’s Transformers movies, are here.
You can also read our full list of best movies of the year here.
Here’s what we thought of them:1.
Toy Story 3 (2015)Tom Cruise and the Lone Ranger.
This was the second of three movies that Tom Cruise directed, and it was released on Christmas Day.
It was a film that was about a group of friends who are thrown together by a tornado, and when they meet a cute, beautiful, and very special robot named Woody, they realise they have to get him to their house.
The film also featured a very good cameo by James Franco.
(You can see more of this here: Toy Stories 3: Tom’s Adventures in Science and Adventure)2.
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2015)-The first Transformers movie was the third of four that Tom was involved in, and was released Christmas Day and made some people cry.
He had been a fan of the original Transformers franchise since the early 1980s, and this was his first attempt at the Transformers franchise.
There are two Transformers movies that have never been released on DVD, but that’s not because they were bad.
In fact, one of them is one of the greatest movies ever made.
For a limited time, it is now available for download on Amazon.
Read more about Tom Cruise: (Image credit: Hallmark Entertainment)3.
Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)The first Star Trek movie was released in 1979, and featured a great cast of characters, including John Cho and Leonard Nimoy.
They also got to meet the Enterprise crew, so this was an awesome movie.
Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) This is another Star Trek film that starred the Avengers, but had more to do with the Guardians of the Galactica universe than the original series.
That is because the original Guardians of of the Milky Way movie was based on the comic book series of the same name, and the Guardians movie featured a lot of the comic books from the comics, and a lot more.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)-This was Captain America’s first time as a full-time superhero, and he was a big fan of superhero films, so the movie was a good choice for him.
Mission Impossible (2012) Captain Marvel is a big part of Marvel’s comic book line, and she is also an Avenger.
So she was also a big Star Trek fan, and Mission Impossible was a great choice for her.
Gravity (2010) Gravitrons were a huge part of the DC Comics universe, and they also starred in this movie.
Avatar (2010)-This movie was one of Marvel Studios first big tentpole releases, and is the sequel to the 2011 Avatar movie, which also starred Jennifer Lawrence and Mark Hamill.
Superman: The Movie (2009)Superman’s origin story was originally a book, but it was later adapted into a movie.
He was a superhero in his own right, and played a major role in DC Comics continuity.
Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2009)-The second Batman movie was an interesting one, as it featured a villain called The Joker, who was based off a real person named William Bruce.
Man of Steel (2008) After Superman’s origin in Superman: The Man of Steel, Warner Bros. was working on their own Superman movie.
They wanted to do it in a different way, so they hired the director of Batman Returns to write the script, and then he came up with a story for the movie called Man of Tomorrow.
Iron Man 3 (2008)-This sequel to Iron Man 3 was the first one to star a man who wasn’t a superhero, as Bruce Banner.
Breathless (2007) Breatheless is a great movie for the entire family, and that’s exactly what Tom Cruise did with this film.
Warcraft (2003) WarCraft was a blockbuster movie that made the original movie look like a small indie film.
It was a sequel to a big blockbuster movie, and there was a lot to do in terms of plot and action.
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (2004)Terminator was the seventh movie in the series, and Sarah Connor is the first female Terminator.
And it was also Tom Cruise who directed this movie, so it’s great to see him again on the big screen.
Hollywood Squares (2004-2007)Hollywood Square is a fictional film set in the Hollywood Hills, and features