Top Guns, Top Action and Top Film (I am sorry)

Top Gun: Maverick Review ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️

This film wow just wow, I would say until I saw this I didn’t think anything could top how I felt out after leaving The Batman however this film knocked that out of the water. Tom Cruise is the man he can not make a bad film at the moment this was such a great experience the way you are on the edge of your seat from start to finish is something I have been missing from the cinema going experience a big thanks to paramount and tom for not sending this to streaming when they could.

The action in this film is unreal the way the dog fighting is shot makes you really feel you are up there in the sky this was a massive improvement on the first film, the intensity and the overall feel of the need for speed ( pun intended ) is felt in this movie.

The cast of this film is perfect I mean first off, Cruise does what he does back proves he is the biggest action star of Hollywood once again but he also taps into that amazing dramatic acting ability he has which we have seen in films like The Last Samurai or Born on the 4th of July he has some very powerful moments in this film with both Val Kilmer and also Miles Teller, leading into my next big yes from this film. Miles Teller delivers a brilliant performance as Rooster the son of Goose he and Tom have some amazing scenes together and if you are not watery eyed by the end of the movie I will be very surprised!

The supporting cast is amazing but one of the big stand outs for me was Glen Powell as hangman, the iceman of this movie he does a great job as playing the cocky jock top in this movie but once again by the end you will have him as your favourite character, also Jenifer Connelly is always great but does a great job at playing the love interest to Tom in this film.

As you know by now I love a film score and wow this is great mixing some of the score from the old film with a new score mixed together by the GOAT Hans zimmer and the banging end song performed by Lady Gaga this score sticks in your head long after the credits role.

This film is ultimately about growth, moving on and accepting your place in the world being okay with it, this film is deeper than you would expect and really had no right being this good however this is one of the greatest films ever made, one of my favourite cinema experiences ever and I can’t wait to rewatch this movie again and again.

Check it out on the biggest screen you can find.

⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️

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