Maverick ”- here’s the review

By RockedBuzz 4 Min Read

Welcome to the RockedBuzz local newsroom! The subject of this news is Maverick ”- here’s the review

here are all the details. We offer you the most up-to-date developments about Maverick ”- here’s the review

. Everything you wonder about Maverick ”- here’s the review

, keep reading in this news and stay tuned! Maverick ”- here’s the review

“Top Gun: Maverick” is far better than its 36-year-old predecessor

Published: Today 12.53

Updated: Less than 2 hours ago

full screen “Top Gun: Maverick” Photo: Paramount Pictures

“Top Gun: Maverick”

Directed by Joseph Kosinski, with Tom Cruise, Miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm, Monica Barbaro, Glen Powell, Bashir Salahuddin

FILM REVIEW In the sequel to 36-year-old “Top Gun”, Pete “Maverick” Mitchell is still one of the best pilots in the fleet and is ordered to train 12 top students for a mission impossible.

ACTION First: “Top Gun” is one of the films I’ve seen several times in my life, and the soundtrack I’ve listened to many more. Then: I smiled from ear to ear from the first moment you tu tu tu ti tss tu tu tu tu tss and the chirping of the classic theme was heard above the initial project of the original: the yellow light on the track, the warm wave , the hand indicates that the control plan for the arrival and departure – at the end of “Top Gun: Maverick”.

Pete “Maverick” Mitchell (Tom Cruise) is still one of the best drivers in the fleet, but the program for which he tests will be canceled. They did not reach the goal. Mach 10. Speeds when the hull folds, when the body weighs a ton and wants to surrender. Hypersonic approaching, the external temperature of the planet rises! At the last second, within the first few minutes of the film, Maverick passes the test. From there it intensifies.

full screen Tom Cruise as Pete “Maverick” Mitchell Photo: Paramount Pictures

He is forced to train 12 high-level students for a mission from which inferior human specimens do not return home alive: they must secretly fly to a height of 100 meters and accurately bomb a one-meter surface filled with rogue state uranium and then climb incredibly steeply above the Crest of Death, probably attacked.

As with the “Karate Kid” sequel “Cobra Kai”, between action scenes it is often warmer, more humane, and more comical than the originals. You love nostalgia, but you upgrade smart. Is it a recruiting movie? Disgustingly so much. Is it stupid? Yes. Is it overly grandiose? Everyone involved lost the entire bag of bullets. Is it disgusting how the film farted for China by digitally removing the Taiwanese flag from Tom Cruise’s jacket in the first trailer? Absolutely. Should Cruise be more at risk in his career than he is due to his deep indifference to Scientologists, which is causing so much harm to people? Undoubtedly. Does it offer flawless action and charm? Without the slightest doubt, yes. “Top Gun: Maverick” is far better than its predecessor, which is actually not very good without a nostalgic eye filter. In any case, if you can repress the sadness that neither elderly Kelly McGillis nor Meg Ryan glimpse the past in a film that lifts so well Val Kilmer and her ice man.

Shown in the cinema.

SEE ALSO THIS: If you haven’t seen the “Karate Kid” series “Cobra Kai” on Netflix, it might be worth a look.

DID YOU KNOW THAT: Does Tom Cruise do his own stunts? Haha, of course you did.

Share This Article
Leave a comment