Top Gun: Maverick (2022) 1080p

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Action | Drama
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
130 min
IMDB Rating:
8.6 / 10 
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Directors: Joseph Kosinski [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Set 30 years after its predecessor, it follows Maverick's return to the United States Navy Strike Fighter Tactics Instructor program (also known as U.S. Navy-Fighter Weapons School - "TOPGUN"), where he must confront his past as he trains a group of younger pilots, among them the son of Maverick's deceased best friend Lieutenant Nick "Goose" Bradshaw, USN.


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A Cruise of a Missile...

It's like a modern interpretation of The Dam Busters, but with jet propelled planes and huge thrusters, an impossible road, to deliver a load, with all the courage the pilots can muster. There might be a bit of Star Wars in there too.

A cinematically impressive piece of film making that will probably act as the best piece of recruitment propaganda the navy or air force could ever have wished for. Some solid acting, Tom plays Tom as he always tends to, and the rest of the cast fill the stereotypical roles as required.

I ended up revisiting the 1980s version prior to watching this and enjoyed it more than I thought, and it certainly helped to map a lot of parallels between the two, including the irritating background keyboard music.

Hits Every Target

Signature sounds and nostalgic vibes highlighted this remake of the 1986 original. It brought back so many memories yet didn't appear precisely the same.

Joseph Kosinski's direction of "Top Gun: Maverick" has added a benchmark to the way movie remakes - especially iconic ones like this - should be approached. Great work on screenplay by Ehren Kruger, Eric Warren Singer, and Christopher McQuarrie.

Musical scoring and new-theme vocals by Lady Gaga added to the marvels of "Top Gun: Maverick". Lorne Balfe, Harold Faltermeyer, Hans Zimmer, and Lady Gaga all brought this title to life through sound.

Claudio Miranda's cinematography was excellent. Eddie Hamilton's editing was noteworthy. Amazing soundtracks as well. Jeremy Hindle's production design was great. The set decoration and hair-makeup teams also did amazing work. Marlene Stewart's costume design was relevant and evocative. The stunts and VFX crews did superb work.

Capt. Pete "Maverick" Mitchell, played by Tom Cruise, was the heart and soul of this movie. Anyone else in the role would have botched it, in my opinion. Cruise gave fans quite the show, and he was every bit as memorable as we wished he would be. He did most of his own stunts in "Maverick" - huzzah for that.

Penny Benjamin, played by Jennifer Connelly, was a wonderful 'comeback replacement' for Charlie, who was played by Kelly McGillis in the original. Lt. Bradley "Rooster" Bradshaw, played by Miles Teller, was amazing. Adm. Tom "Iceman" Kazansky, played by Val Kilmer - yet another comeback - was great, but received little screentime.

Adm. Beau "Cyclone" Simpson, played by Jon Hamm, was great. Adm. Solomon "Warlock" Bates, played by Charles Parnell, was good. Wo-1. Bernie "Hondo" Coleman, played by Bashir Salahuddin, was also good. Lt. Jake "Hangman" Seresin, played by Glen Powell, was memorable.

Chester "Hammer" Cain, played by Ed Harris, was great. Lt. Natasha "Phoenix" Trace, played by Monica Barbaro, was noteworthy. Lt. Robert "Bob" Floyd, played by Lewis Pullman, was good.

All other cast and crew did remarkable work in "Top Gun: Maverick" now streaming via Amazon Prime VOD.

The story was set thirty years after the original. They maintained a 'true to tradition' feel by not performing irrelevant character de-aging. The titular character made a power-comeback to the United States Navy Strike Fighter Tactics Instructor program, aka Top Gun, but with an interesting twist as to his responsibilities. The script gave fans everything they expected, and then some.

In keeping with progress, I liked how they covered the need for unmanned drone programs and machines that could touch Mach 10, and over. That said, in keeping with the pride of fighter-pilot history, I liked how Tom Cruise made sure the Top Gun program came through, despite military pressure to sideline it.

The idea of foreign uranium-enrichment toward nuclear power gains further added to the plot's significance, especially considering ongoing current affairs. I'm sure this script-element was a nod to what is happening in Iran - specifically, the Fordow Fuel Enrichment Plant (FFEP) - but the writers were clever in avoiding direct mention of it.

"Top Gun: Maverick" was 'danger zone' gold, and nothing can convince me otherwise. Military drama met high-standards combat pilot training in this heartfelt and unforgettable remake that not only lived up to its hype but delivered one of the best remakes in recent years.

Part of me is glad that Jerry Bruckheimer had a hand in this production, and got to see its brilliance while he is still alive. The man gave cinema some of its biggest titles, so it was only fitting to watch him pull another rabbit out of his hat, or should I say another maverick.

If you don't cry at the end of this movie, chances are you didn't see the original, or you were watching an entirely different title.

Concering the "hype" around this remake, I decided to give it a gander.

The last time I saw Top Gun, I was a kid in the 80's golden era of Hollywood. It was also my "first" Tom Cruise movie. Since then, I've seen a majority of his good films in an erratic order: The Firm, Cocktail, Rain Man, Days Of Thunder, A Few Good Men, Far And Away, Jerry Maguire, Interview with the Vampire, Mission Impossible, Eyes Wide Shut, Vanilla Sky, Minority Report, The Last Samurai, Collateral, War Of The Worlds, Valkyrie, Oblivion, Edge Of Tomorrow, The Mummy. These are all of his movies I've seen.

Top Gun is a special movie for me because those days I played Fighter Bomber(1989) a game on the Amiga 500 system, a gift from my aunt. So dog-fighting held a special place in my heart(only in game not for real).

And the game itself was really remarkable. You could refuel in mid-air! The sound effects and targeting system were awesome.

Back to the film. It is a sequel to the original, continuing where Top Gun ended and subsequent events that follow Pete "Maverick" Mitchell in his return to Top Gun as an instructor to teach the next generation of ace fighter-pilots for the U. S. Navy.

Val Kilmer makes a small cameo in the film. I was truly shocked to see how this handsome actor has aged. His role the Ghost And The Darkness about the true story of the Lions Of Tsavo is forever immortalized in my memory along with Michael Douglas.

The movie showcases realistic dogfights of this modern generation along with weaponry. Acting is decent and not over-the-top. The movie shines in the photography, sound effects and music departments. The editing and direction is top-notch.

All in all, I'd recommend this for people who like movies of this genre and those who play aeroplane simulation games. Fans of Tom Cruise should be satisfied to this possibly final entry and a fitting farewell to fans of the original Top Gun film.

Do I have more movies to recommend to you? Yes: Firefox 1982(superior film with special-effects ahead of its time), Flight Of The Intruder 1991, Flight Of The Black Angel 1991, Interceptor 1992. And as an afterthought my favorite childhood move: Flight Of The Navigator 1986(the golden era of movies).
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