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Top Gun: Maverick Review

plot: After many years of his exploits at Top Gun, Maverick (Tom Cruise) is ordered back to his old yards to train a new generation of pilots for a top-secret mission. Among them is former RIO’s son (Miles Teller) and best friend Goose, whose death still haunts him.

review: Well, here he is. Thirty-six years later, the impossible has finally happened – we have The best sequel. long overdue, Top Gun: Maverick It’s been a victim of the pandemic in that its release date has bounced back, with it initially set for a June 2020 release. After watching the final movie, it’s not hard to see why Paramount chose to turn down every show they got from broadcast and keep this until people were ready to go back to theaters. They have the merchandise here, and they know it. Director Joseph Kosinski had the best film of his career with this beautiful tribute and a continuation of the original Tony Scott.

What is excellent in Top Gun: Maverick is that it goes back to a different type of Tom Cruise vehicle. Cruz wasn’t the death-defying action hero he knows these days in the ’80s. He was a romantic hero known for his weaknesses. dissident He tries to bring him back into this situation, even getting his first romantic subplot in some years where he reconnects with an old flame (Jennifer Connelly). It’s like Kosinski Only the brave It’s his biggest flick, and this ambiance works beautifully. As a huge Tom Cruise fan, it’s the kind of movie I hope he’ll focus on once in the next two movies Mission: Impossible The movies are done.

Top Gun: Maverick It is a father/son story at its core. It shows that the defector is the same type of guy he was when he was a Maverick The best in 1986. He is completely devoted to flying at the expense of everything else, including making a family. Instead, he’s a loyal surrogate father to Miles Teller’s Rooster, although they have a turbulent relationship, in an interesting twist, not for the predictable cause (Goose’s death) you’d expect. When Rooster is among the pilots the Maverick must train, the core of the film is about reconnecting with them. Just like the original method was basically an affair between Goose and Maverick, this is a father/son romance between Rooster and Maverick, and Teller plays beautifully from the iconic Cruise, holding it in.

The supporting cast is excellent here, with Monica Barbaro and Glenn Powell as two of Top Gun’s top recruits outside of Rooster. Powell, in particular, appears to be making stars here, with Executioner Teller’s Rooster main rival. Some might compare him to Val Kilmer’s Iceman, but in fact, he’s a lot like the Maverick in the first movie, with his cocky pilot described as unsafe by other pilots. If anything, the Rooster, which is neatly book-like, is more like ice.

Val Kilmer returns to play Iceman again in a small but essential part. While his health issues sidelined his career, his bitter role here is beautifully done, with nods to his real-life health battles. When the original Tony Scott movie ended, you had a feeling that Ice and Maverick would go on to be brothers for life, and that’s really the feeling you get here. Sticking to the rules, Ice becomes a legendary character who has been promoted time and time again, while Maverick is constantly in hot water for his exploits. Ace kept him in the Navy and was more interested in Maverick and Rooster’s relationship. If the origin is one of the greatest bromans, Top Gun: Maverick Are you proud of it?

Jon Hamm also has a surprisingly mixed role as the new CO in The best, who seems to hate the maverick but is far from your 2D opponent. It’s a fine part for him, while Ed Harris also has a small role as another officer with a Maverick problem (it’s a much smaller part than the trailer you might believe). The only aspect of the movie that didn’t fully succeed was the romance with Connelly. They’re pretty and adorable in the part, but the focus here is on Maverick and Rooster. Everything else couldn’t help but feel strange. Of course the original is best known for being (in part) a sexy romance between McGillis and Cruise, but there’s a lack of heat in the relationship here. She feels stuck. To make it work, it had to be more prominent than it ends up in the final cut.

still up, Top Gun: Maverick It is an exciting excursion of the first class. If you’re a fan of the original, this will blow you away – but even if you don’t like the classic 1986 movie (The Blade), this one has a lot to offer. It’s superbly shot, with an almost complete lack of CGI for the flight scenes, and the score scored by Lorne Balfe, Hans Zimmer, and Harold Faltermeyer feels perfectly aligned with the original. Top Gun Anthem and Kenny Loggins Danger area Great placement here – as it should be.

forever The best Liked, I was not disappointed. I will see this at least Back on the big screen, and if you care about the movie scene, this is a must.


2022-05-12 13:01:31

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