War of the Worlds / Tom Cruise Boycott

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Dear Mr. Spielberg,

We, the undersigned, wish to inform you that we are compelled to boycott your movie War of the Worlds. Our decision is based solely on the abhorrent behavior of Mr. Tom Cruise. We will not be spending our good money to support the ridiculous and potentially dangerous antics of this raving narcissist. Mr. Cruises actions and comments have been offensive and insulting when not downright laughable.

-We do not want to hear Mr. Cruises uneducated and unsubstantiated opinions on medicine and Psychiatry. His mean-spirited decision to use Brooke Shields as an example was unforgivable. The potential impact on those in need of treatment, who might heed the advice of a celebrity over a trained professional, is dangerous. If Mr. Cruise believes that vitamins can cure mental illness, then perhaps he should consider increasing his dosage.

-We do not want to be enlightened about Mr. Cruise's religion of Scientology. If he is so concerned about mind control, he should not be part of an organization that seems to use this tactic as its Modus Operandi. Mr. Spielberg, was the fully staffed Scientology tent you allowed Mr. Cruise to have on the movie set placed right next to the Jewish, Christian, Buddhist, and Muslim tents? Didnt think so.

-We are sick of being force-fed his relationship with Katie Holmes which, if it isnt the publicity hoax it appears to be, is a pathetic, juvenile, attention mongering display. Toms obvious control of his Stepford-Wife-To-Be is frightening.

-We do not want to watch his out of control yet suspiciously manipulative antics nor listen to his condescending, holier-than-thou judgments. This man cannot even articulate a coherent sentence. He should stick to reading movie scripts.

It is revealing that the most compelling character Tom Cruise has ever portrayed is Frank TJ Mackay from Magnolia, a control-freak with a pathological need to assert his obsession over not just those around him, but the public as well, by exploiting his access to public media. Apparently Mr. Cruise was playing himself.

Perhaps he views the aliens he battles in War of the worlds as a metaphor for the aliens he and his Scientology friends believe inhabit we humans. Relax Tom, its just a movie. A movie we will not be paying to see.