American actor John Cusack’s movies have been famous all along and you must watch

His looks, acting style has blown over the audience since the 1990s

Actor, producer, screenwriter, and political activist John Cusack is known for his work in the horror genre of movies and his cute looks. The 56-year-old actor started his acting career in the early 1980s with his breakout role in director Rob Reiner’s 1985 adventure comedy film The Sure Thing. Post this film the actor has gone to work in different genres of movies. Here are some of the best films starring John Cusack that one must watch.

The Journey of Natty Gann

This 1985 adventure film was directed by Jeremy Paul Kagan. The film is set in 1935 and the plot of the film begins with a teenage tomboy Natty Gann who lives in Chicago with her unemployed widowed father, Sol. The father is out of work due to the Great Depression, and he applies for work as a lumberjack in Washington. The story gets twisted as he has to leave for the job immediately without any notice and is unable to meet Natty

Fat Man and Little Boy

This 1989 epic historical war film was directed by Roland Joffé. The plot of the film follows the Manhattan Project, the secret Allied endeavor to develop the first nuclear weapons during World War II. The film is set in September 1942 and begins with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Colonel Leslie Groves, played by Paul Newman, who oversaw the construction of the Pentagon. He is assigned to head the ultra-secret Manhattan Project, to beat the Germans, who are also running a similar nuclear weapons program.

Map of the Human Heart

This 1992 film was directed by Vincent Ward. The plot of the film is set before and during the Second World War and centres around the life of Avik, a Canadian Inuit boy. The film is set in 1931 in the Arctic-Canadian settlement of Nunataaq. It shows Avik living under the watchful eye of his grandmother and his life is difficult.

Some other John Cusack films are Class, Sixteen Candles, Grandview, U.S.A., Better Off Dead, Stand by Me, One Crazy Summer, Hot Pursuit, Broadcast News, Tapeheads, Eight Men Out, Say Anything…, The Grifters Roy Dillon, True Colors, Shadows and Fog, Roadside Prophets, The Player, Bob Roberts, Money for Nothing, Floundering, Bullets over Broadway, The Road to Wellville, City Hall, Grosse Pointe Blank, Con Air, Chicago Cab, Anastasia, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, This Is My Father, The Thin Red Line, Pushing Tin, and Cradle Will Rock to name a few.

Nirtika Pandita

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