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Top Gun – Maverick review: Tom Cruise back in the cockpit after 36 years, never missed the target

Top Gun - Maverick review: Tom Cruise back in the cockpit after 36 years, never missed the target

Top Gun – Maverick: Tom Cruise in the movie. (courtesy: youtube)

Mold: Tom Cruise, Val Kilmer, Miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly, Bashir Salahuddin, Jon Hamm, Charles Parnell, Monique Barbaro, Lewis Pullman, Jay Ellis, Glenn Powell

Rating: 3 stars (out of 5)

Director: Joseph Kosinski

producer of Top Gun – Maverick Fly the target higher and lower. The strategy works. This ensures they don’t miss their target – and lead actor Tom Cruise, back in the cockpit after a 36-year hiatus – has set for himself.

A lot has happened since 1986 top Gun Cruise one of the first major hits of his acting career. Considering the actor’s charm, it is also a success earning, especially since the film comes at the end of two difficult years for the whole world.

The follow-up, directed by Joseph Kosinski and written by Eren Kruger, Eric Warren Singer and Christopher McQuarrie, may not “twist and burn” like the trainee pilots in the film, but it does manage to zip around pretty stylishly. With, effectively and, most importantly, entertainingly.

Cruz, who is making 60 in real life, is consistently on the ball as Pete “Maverick” Mitchell, a naval aviator who has refused to accept a promotion so as not to be kicked out of active flying action. . Top Gun – Maverick Embraces some of that I-wish-hang-in-never mind-hero spirit. It moves firmly and avoids undue diversions, though the emotional stakes at the heart of the story — for whatever it’s worth — add some depth to the plot.

The drama plays out on several fronts. Basically Maverick has a choppy relationship with elite pilots, who are called from their squadron to train for a mission that’s going to push them to “breaking point”. His admiration for his reluctant teacher, if any, is the most gritty.

How Pete Mitchell pulls them out of their crusty shells and leads them along as they attack a rogue mountain nation that is secretly enriching uranium in a plant hidden in a hard-to-reach canyon . The mission is full of risk. Maverick knows this could be his last match.

Another thread of plot—this bit injects a dose of emotion into the proceedings—pertains to Maverick’s uncomfortable equations with Lieutenant Bradley “Rooster” Bradshaw (Miles Teller), Goose’s son, the fighter pilot, who is tragically toppled over. met his end in the gun. The tension between the two men often reaches fever pitch, threatening to pay for a mission that Maverick is under immense pressure from his bosses.

A low-key and yet still notable edge revolves around Maverick’s attempts to revive his relationship with Penelope “Penny” Benjamin (Jennifer Connelly), with whom the latter’s teenage daughter Amelia (Lilliana Ray) Totally fine.

so while Top Gun – Maverick Mostly about relentless men—and one woman, Lieutenant Natasha “Phoenix” Tress (Monica Barbaro)—and their flying machines, the film doesn’t stray too far from the emotional and mental issues the leader has to deal with. Dresses up his kids and gets his senior out of the way of the mission. Sparks fly as Maverick has every sinner relying on him to get trainee pilots under his wing.

Kosinski, who directed Cruise in Oblivion, top Gun Takes legacy very seriously and puts the star at the center of everything, not bothering so much about the plotting. The aerial action he did is consistently superb.

As with the star of the show, not the hot young man he was in the mid-1980s, he is well aware of the years that have passed and incorporates the passage of time and its effect on the personality of the person he plays. as the physical dimensions of the display.

The word “time” is mentioned on several occasions. On one, Admiral Tom “Iceman” Kazanski (Val Kilmer), who can no longer speak, suggests that “there is still time”. Is? What Top Gun – Maverick does impressively well is that it uses the charm of an aging actor to propel a film that relies entirely on making perfect use of star charisma.

Early in the film, Rear Admiral Chester “Hammer” Cain (Ed Harris) points to the fact that pilots like Maverick may be on the verge of becoming a thing of the past. “Your kind is headed for extinction,” he tells Maw. The latter, surprisingly, is unaffected. “Maybe so,” he replies. “But not today.”

Just as the old-fashioned pilots who flew to bomb targets in their fighter planes, the old movie stars who harnessed the power to drag audiences to theaters to watch ordinary movies, is a chronology. Today, bombs can be dropped on targets from afar and, in the era of franchises, movies are no longer just about the stars but about “brand loyalty.”

In Top Gun – MaverickIn , Tom Cruise takes us back to simpler times when he could have made sporting aviator sunglasses feel like a cultural breakthrough and jumping into the cockpit looked like an act that separated men from boys. Watch a movie about your past. It is filled with nodes to the origin top Gun,

It’s not like what it offers is stuck in an era anyway – the film blows up confidently and firmly enough to deliver a good mainstream film experience.

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