Top Gun Maverick


Top Gun Maverick 2022

 
IMDb Ratings: 8.7/10
 
Genres: Action, Drama
 
Language: Hindi(CAM Cleaned) + English
 
Release Year: 2022

Director: Joseph Kosinski

Stars Cast: Tom Cruise, Val Kilmer, Miles Teller

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 Top Gun Maverick Review

 
In one of the most memorable lines in the original Top Gun, Maverick is chewed on by an officer who tells him, "Son, your ego writing tests your body for not being able to make money." Sometimes I wonder if Tom Cruise has taken that as a personal challenge. No movie star seems to work harder or push himself more than Cruise these days. Top Gun is fun to joke about: Maverick. Cruise was in his early 20's when he started playing Pete "Maverick" Mitchell, a young Navy pilot with sunglasses, a Kawasaki motorcycle and the need for speed. Next, he is as arrogant and humble as before: Now a 50-year-old Navy pilot, Maverick, knows how to mark his bosses, as we see in the exciting sequence of opening up where he pushes a new plane beyond its borders. In part as a punishment, he has been ordered to return to TOPGUN, a special pilot training school, and to train his excellence and excellence in carrying out a very dangerous new job. So three Top Gun screenwriters: Maverick - including Cruise's Missionary Mission: Impossible writer-director, Christopher McQuarrie - took the original threads and twisted them into a male generation generation, the father's film with amazing proportions. indeed. They enter nostalgia for the first time, while aiming for new levels of emotion. To that end, the soundtrack includes Lady Gaga's song, "Hold My Hand." Nowhere is it as close to the chart as the first film "Take My Breath Away," but it touches your heart. The action sequence is much more fun and focused than the original. You feel like you're really in the cockpit with these pilots, and that's because: The actors are trained to fly and fly real airplanes during shooting. With that feature, Top Gun: Maverick feels he is going back to the lost era of active filmmaking, before the computer-generated visual effects took over Hollywood. You begin to understand why Cruise, the film's creator, was inspired to do so: In telling a story in which pilots, young and old, shook their heads, as well as high-end F-18s with a rusty old one. F-14s, trying to show us that there is a place for the old and the young to live together. It also furthers the case for the ever-present attraction of the movie and its power to move us through tangible visual action and great, sweeping emotions.