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Maverick! The Top Gun one, not the card player. Tom Cruise is still in his prims 36 years later somehow. I didn't hear from many people that didn't like this one, but lord knows that's what the comments section under this video is for. Here's everything right with Top Gun Maverick!

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Blake Tibbitts
Blake Tibbitts 4 aylar önce
Iceman could’ve easily been written out of this film by having him leave the military to work as an airline pilot, something so many former military aviators do, given he personified “playing it safe” in the first Top Gun. The fact that Tom Cruise fought to have him in the film, and that Val Kilmer said yes made me respect both of them that much more.
David W.
David W. Aylar önce
@crash406 So y’all are ignoring the question inside the movie: “X years in the navy, how are you still just a captain?” He should have risen higher, or be honourably discharged. He’s not supposed to be in his 50s and still just be a servicing captain, just like how a man John Wayne’s age should not have been a mere fighter pilot in the 1970s Midway movie.
crash406 Aylar önce
@David W. After 20 years, he would have been eligible for half of his base pay as a retirement (at 30, it would be 75%, and 100% at 40). Since there's about a 30 year gap between the two movies, I think he wouldn't have to worry about his next meal. The military doesn't do retirement like that unless the person has been around long enough to have been grandfathered into the pension system. Now, it's more like an exclusive 401k plan.
crash406 Aylar önce
Naval officer ranks go as follows; Ensign, Lieutenant Junior Grade, Lieutenant, Lieutenant Commander, Commander, then Captain. I never learned the Admiral ranks, but I could easily tell the different grades of General.
crash406 Aylar önce
@David W.that part had me thinking about a line from one of the original 'Star Trek' movies about Kirk remaining a Captain for so long; 'Being a Captain is your best destiny... anything else is a waste.' It could have been thrown into the script, since Paramount has links to both. Also, whenever 'stars' have something to do with those kinds of promotions, Congress gets involved.
Peter McGill
Peter McGill Aylar önce
@David W. I’ll stick with my point: navy captain = right up there. And “why aren’t you retired yet?” Well, they still pay me to fly these really great planes. Reminds me of Bill Anders after leaving NASA. So the story goes, every job he signed on for had a stipulation that he still hung onto his flight status and all ‘the hot planes’ would still be available for his use. Smart guy.
Spun 3 aylar önce
After the line "Don't break her heart again" I've never heard a cinema go from laughter to dead silence so quickly. It was unexpected, brutal and PERFECTLY delivered.
eukyre. 19 gün önce
THIS, the entire cinema burst into laughter when it just cut to Penny's Daughter and then that line shocked everyone silent. masterful writing
𝐫𝐢𝐥𝐞𝐲 28 gün önce
@Flávio Monteiro oh thank you i was confused lol
Flávio Monteiro
Flávio Monteiro 29 gün önce
@𝐫𝐢𝐥𝐞𝐲 Maverick jumped a window and fall after his encounter with Penny, people probably laugh because it was fun seen Mav falling, however when Penny's daughter looked him into his eyes and said "Don't break her heart again" it broke the comedy and made everybody thinks about how Maverick would probably find another woman or die during a mission or any other training stunt.
John Lozauskas
John Lozauskas Aylar önce
Especially coming from her daughter. Good comment.
i didn’t really get it…can someone explain?
Julia Wagoner
Julia Wagoner 2 aylar önce
Two wins I believe were missed: 1) Keeping Phoenix simply a PILOT. Not a love interest, not a token kill, just simply an equal, someone who was among the best of the best and who impressed enough to be a part of the mission. Not in a “I am woman, hear me roar” kind of way, just a pilot worthy of completing the mission. 2) The “why are they dead” sequence. Each of these pilots have logged hundreds or thousands of hours in the air; theoretically, they know they could die any time they go up. But, “give me a reason that would make sense to their family” just made it so much more real for them. The stakes were no longer theoretical, and Phoenix eventually asks if the mission can even be done. They are the best of the best, but they are mortal, and any mistake could mean their deaths or their fellow pilots’ deaths. That’s why when Admiral Cyclone was like “we are changing ALL of the parameters,” you could see it on their faces-“welp, guess none of us are coming home then. This guy doesn’t get it.” Cue Maverick proving it can be done, but only his way. Classic.
A Foolish Fopdoodle
@Destroyer_V0 Yeah. That's good.
Destroyer_V0 2 gün önce
@A Foolish Fopdoodle Eh, maybe not that. Want to do that sort of thing? Have it be her family. Have some of her folks saying that a female pilot just ain't right, and other folks, who say go for it. Have the actual defence force not give a shit about any of that, they are looking for competent pilots first, and only. But honestly? Movie is fine as is.
A Foolish Fopdoodle
A Foolish Fopdoodle 10 gün önce
I think that they could've expanded on Phoenix's character a little bit. Like, have a brief scene kind of like Collette in Ratatouille where she talks about how hard it was to get where she is and sexism that she could've faced. That could come across as really preachy or something, but I think that this movie had competent enough writers that could pull it off.
Gingechicken Aylar önce
@mquuad exactly! Not to mention there were other women who were in the background and just disappeared one by one along with the other men who didn't make the cut. Phoenix wasn't a token woman, she was a pilot good enough to make it through because she's (as you said perfectly) a competent pilot.
mquuad Aylar önce
@Gingechicken I completely agree with you. All of these people shouting out loud about women empowerment, do more damage to the cause. Pheonix was the perfect embodiment of a competent female professionals and from our workplace experience, we all know how enriching and enlightening it is to work with a competent self-assured coworker is.
Andy Biz
Andy Biz 3 aylar önce
CW: "I'm fairly certain that 200 pushups isn't physically possible..." Veterans: *smiles in Basic Training memories*
Dima Egorov
Dima Egorov 2 gün önce
I do 1600 every second day
KewlImp 14 gün önce
yea... i laughed way too much at that point.
SHAK3 N 14 gün önce
exactly my thought haha
Jarhead Charlie
Jarhead Charlie 20 gün önce
As a Marine, 200 regular pushups is only 100 for us... it could be worse.
John Morales
John Morales Aylar önce
@Noah Raines meanwhile Drill Sergeant just gulped a monster just after saying it 😥😥😥
Sarah Loveless
Sarah Loveless 3 aylar önce
Daughter of a veteran here: if your boss tells you 200 push-ups you aim for 200 push-ups and pray they lose interest.
Lucas Broome
Lucas Broome 2 aylar önce
I simultaneously pity and love/respect this reply chain
Dillon Smith - 👊🏻
This has quickly become my favorite movie. Absolute gold.
Bamboozled Noodle
Bamboozled Noodle 2 aylar önce
Current active duty: this is 100% accurate, they usually tell you to recover after about 50 repetitions unless they actually dislike you
srussert28 2 aylar önce
200 is achievable. As a Marine I will NOT Quarrel with your logic!
crash406 2 aylar önce
The HARD part is doing them AFTER you spent a good deal of the day doing something physical, like fighting gravity while trying to fly AND win in a game kinda like Tag.
Cønnər 3 aylar önce
Fun Fact: The DarkStar when moved around outside for filming, was spotted by Chinese spy satellites And they went crazy
J S 6 gün önce
Jeff Wilson
Jeff Wilson Aylar önce
@Mick Hawkes having Skunks have a hand in “helping” design it is funny to me…the real life/myth Project Aurora had a manned aircraft moving Mach 8-10 and has yet to be declassified or confirmed real. Just seems like a very subtle way of saying “we know a thing or two about this already…WINK WINK” from Lockheed and SW
Mick Hawkes
Mick Hawkes Aylar önce
@Ekemini Innocent Udeme I'm not surprised given Skunkworks designed it!
Ekemini Innocent Udeme
They actually started production in making the exact replica and calling it their own before discovering it was for a movie....WILD
Trina Q
Trina Q 4 aylar önce
The scene between Maverick and Iceman really made me tear up. I love how respectfully they wrote Val's real life condition into the script, and it shows how far the two old rivals have come. The funeral was also a beautiful send off for Ice as well. 💖
Sol Cresta
Sol Cresta Aylar önce
@Downhomesunset Yeah. His career was likely over the minute Iceman died.
Downhomesunset Aylar önce
Haam’s character said it was because of Iceman that Maverick was still flying…….😢
Sol Cresta
Sol Cresta 3 aylar önce
@O-Jay's World Either way, this movie was a masterpiece.
O-Jay's World
O-Jay's World 3 aylar önce
@Sol Cresta same
O-Jay's World
O-Jay's World 3 aylar önce
Deon Alec Steichen
Deon Alec Steichen 3 aylar önce
The original Top Gun was my childhood growing up. The relationship between Mav and Goose is the best benchmark when I describe the relationship between me and my best friend. So no matter how many times I've watched this film I'm always sobbing by the end. Even this video has got me crying. I was so nervous this movie would be a cheap cash grab and I couldn't be happier to be wrong. I freaking love this film and am so glad that Cruise and the cast and crew pushed to make it so great.
Amne 3 aylar önce
Fun fact: For the 2022 film Top Gun: Maverick, director Joseph Kosinski said that despite reports to the contrary, they did not use Sonantic's AI technology in the film. Instead, they used Kilmer's actual voice and digitally altered it for clarity
Clinton Reisig
Clinton Reisig 2 gün önce
They used his son's voice
Colin Kunkel
Colin Kunkel 3 aylar önce
I had heard it was Kilmer's son's voice.
Carl Christian Lindalen
This move is summed up in one word: Respect. For the first movie. For the characters. For the genre. For the audience. I watched it with my oldest daughter, age 13, and she loved the crap out of it. She won't even sit through one movie from Harry Potter or LotR without glazing over into phone land. With this one, she had a hard time stopping herself from going "f%&k yeah!" every 5 minutes.
Coopahtroopah117 3 aylar önce
One of my favorite moments that I was bummed didn’t make it to the win counter was when Mav extends the wings on the F-14 and Rooster bumps his head against the glass and then says “…why are the wings coming out Mav?” Something about that moment is just golden to me lol
Ingaming_Coma 3 aylar önce
The casual “Ayo, hol up. You ain’t thinking what I think you’re thinking….. right?”
Vita Emerald
Vita Emerald 3 aylar önce
I feel like the song “I Ain’t Worried” should be a win on its own after learning how legendary the guy who wrote it is.
crash406 2 aylar önce
I think I was in the Army with his sister around 9/11 (remember her going on about her brother "Ryan'). She got out so she could raise her kid (pretty sure the dad was still in the picture, too, not just pregnant to get out of a possible deployment).
MusicalPirate 2 aylar önce
It’s incredible and in the back of my head i imagine the beach scene
Wizard Michael
Wizard Michael 4 aylar önce
I love how this movie treats the enemy pilots as competent people who have gone through all the training and preparation the heroes do. They’re not goons to be dispatched easily, they’re genuine talented pilots who deserve respect Edit: wow thanks for all the likes
Fake Name
Fake Name 27 gün önce
@Dynasty2201 actually Russia only has like 3 of them and satellite imagery shows that they've been absolutely mothballed
M1A2C Aylar önce
@carlotta4th then you have no idea how hard it is to avoid an AAM without countermeasures, even an AIM-7 from the 80s is insanely hard to avoid, a modern AAM like an AIM-120 AMRAAM or AIM-9X is nigh impossible however
Gary G
Gary G 3 aylar önce
@Meme Clip Archives Iran has entered the chat.
No One Of Consequence
No One Of Consequence 3 aylar önce
You earned them.
TechDove 3 aylar önce
I too appreciated that
Stevenson Steven
Stevenson Steven 3 aylar önce
In the ejection scene going mach 10, those supersonic and hypersonic jets usually eject their entire area that the pilot sits in, kind of like an escape pod. The jet also lost a lot of speed as it burned out, so he could have survived, but it was a rough ride
TacComControl Aylar önce
Jet's too small for a pod, and that sudden loss of speed is the problem. Folks on the ground experience a sudden loss of speed in their cars all the time. We call it Crashing. Remember, if the craft sharply loses speed, the things IN the craft don't until they hit something. And if that thing just happens to be a 200 pound bag of water, lose enough speed and everything IN that 200 pound bag of water gets ruptured, and lose much more and the water IN that 200 pound bag of water will happily rip right out of it, straps or not.
GlitchyGamers18 2 aylar önce
@CrazyBlackDragon the f111 aardvark does also have an ‘ejection tub’ so it is possible. Plus the risk of breaking every bone is only if there is an ejection seat and nothing protecting the pilot
CrazyBlackDragon 3 aylar önce
Given the size of the Darkstar, nothing seemed to suggest she had an escape pod, unless the cockpit was encased in some armored and heat-resistant "bathtub". Mav's suit was probably made to stand up to the extreme heat as well. Regardless of the case, even if he did survive, the man's bones probably would be gravy before he made it to the ground. lol
Nolan Davis
Nolan Davis 3 aylar önce
My dad after we left the theaters after the movie said to me, “now you have a Top Gun to call your own” I can’t tell you the emotions that I felt after that. This movie truly perfect from start to finish.
Mark H
Mark H 3 aylar önce
No mention of blowing the roof up from the guardhouse when Darkstar took off? Ed Harris standing stoic while the building 20 feet away has its roof sucked off. Epic! Unplanned with no CGI.
Joseph Dawson
Joseph Dawson 2 aylar önce
A Phycisist actually did a breakdown of the Maverick high-altitude explosion and concluded that he very well could've survived that incident. Not exactly something he'd just walk away from, but survivable and recoverable
M1A2C Aylar önce
that eject is very survivable considering any aircraft designed to go that fast ejects the pilot in a pod not just a seat
MadCat 3 aylar önce
There is even great attention to technical details: the real F-14 did need an external starter unit to provide high-pressure air for starting the engines, like it's in the movie. That's absolutely awesome to see. Modern fighter jets don't need this anymore and it could have been easily overlooked. They also tried to be as real as possible with the display contents of the F/A-18E cockpit. Of course there were changes, but as far as I can tell they made them in a way to understand what's going on. Most movies with any kind of aircraft in it show completely ridiculous things in the cockpit. The team of Top Gun Maverick cared about those details and did an awesome job to be as real as possible and understandable at the same time. Only Sully had more attention to detail in the cockpit, but it would wrong the compare both. Completely different movies and they are both awesome.
Toukie 4 aylar önce
I love how they let the young actors choose their call signs. And Rooster is a clear homage to Goose. And Bob... it makes it even funnier to know the actor chose it himself haha
Katherine Berger
Katherine Berger 10 gün önce
@NeonMako "Ghostrider 114" and "Ghostrider 117" (Maverick and Cougar's callsigns from the first scene of the original movie) were realistic-sounding callsigns - though VF-1 Wolfpack's callsign is "Wolfpack" so they should have been "Wolfpack 114" and "Wolfpack 117."
Houshou Pirate Crew Member
It's also kind of funny because there's been a character named Bob in a ton of Tom Cruise movies
AdventureKitty101 2.0
AdventureKitty101 2.0 2 aylar önce
@NeonMako That is very interesting. Also I find it hilarious how My Little Pony, a kids show about friendship and pastel coloured horses is more accurate with the nicknames than some movies. Rainbow Dash is called Crash since she crashed into a full trashcan, Fleet Foot is called Flop Flip as she messed up a landing and spun out and landed on someponies hoof. Another mare is called Hoof in Mouth(self explanatory) and Soarin is called Clipper since he clipped his wing on a flag pole once. Spitfire tells her nickname to Rainbow but we as the audience never hears it. A lot of my fellow bronies joke that she said something inappropriate for a kids show but I have the head canon her nickname is Trip or Tripwire, because she tripped and fell on a random pony.
NeonMako 2 aylar önce
@AdventureKitty101 2.0 Plane callsigns are used on radio comms almost exclusively, and it's usually based on the squadron operating the planes in the Navy. So say VFA-192 "Golden Dragons" Might have a flight of two aircraft called "Dragon 201 and Dragon 202". In the 1981 Gulf of Sidra incident the squadron was the VF 32 Swordsmen, who go by "Gypsy" on the radio. (Aircraft in that incident were "Gypsy 207" and "Gypsy 202/4", sources seemingly disagree on the second aircraft involved) A pilot's personal callsign is just a fancy nickname used in informal settings, in formal settings they'd use rank/lastname as the normal way to refer to someone. Note, there are several accounts of pilots in combat, mainly smaller engagements reverting to referring to the other plane by the pilot's callsign due to stress/simplicity, but that isn't common, or the "correct" procedure, and doesn't work when you have more aircraft in the air. Movies often end up using the pilot callsigns erroneously because it's more relevant for the audience to understand who's doing what, and also because sometimes they just don't have to commit to real-world procedures since well... it's a movie! So it's understandable why it's be confusing. Worth noting also - pilot callsigns are rarely cool sounding, and even the ones that ARE cool sounding will stem from an embarrasing/stupid thing they did. It's just a way of good natured joking around, something military servicemen the world over are renowned for!
AdventureKitty101 2.0
AdventureKitty101 2.0 2 aylar önce
@Big Daddy71 I know that. But's what the difference between the plane callsign and the nicknames?
Jonathon Loredo
Jonathon Loredo 3 aylar önce
Fun fact: 12:30 Coffin Corner is aeronautical terminology referring to the the region of flight (Fancy term that just refers to a potential “aerodynamic situation”) where a fast but subsonic aircraft’s Angle of Attack, Altitude, and Airspeed puts them dangerously close to stalling. There’s a lot that goes into it in terms of Mach speed that’s kinda confusing at first, but it’s basically a point in flight where the aircraft is perpetually at risk of stalling if the airspeed falls below the Critical Mach Number (The specific point on any fixed-wing aircraft where air around the vehicle hits the speed of sound but doesn’t exceed it). Coffin Corner is a “place” in flight that you do not want to be in, either willingly or unwillingly, as while you are “in” coffin corner, you’re at risk of stalling and falling to the earth below you, because you’re just not going fast enough at that specific altitude and angle to maintain lift. The mountain they have to fly back over to get out of the valley puts them in that precise (shitty and risky) flight scenario
Raiden, the NCTzen with InSomnia
Here's another headcanon to make you feel more stuff: Mav telling himself stuff like "try not to get fired on the first day" is probably him imagining what Goose would say to him if he were there with him. Also, I can't believe you missed Mav feigning faulty comms so he wouldn't have to talk to Ed Harris!
john poole
john poole 3 aylar önce
Personally, I loved how they did the romantic scene. I like going to movies with my family and they did it well in this movie. We know what they are doing, we don’t have to watch it.
DiamondStudded PunchingBag
Fun fact...my husband was working to be a fighter pilot in the Navy 10 years ago. He didn't join for personal reasons, but he literally is Maverick...speed, motorcycle, knows everything about planes, is a pilot, would totally be doing this if he didn't have a family!! Kinda proud of that!!
Parzival !
Parzival ! 2 aylar önce
@DiamondStudded PunchingBag sorry i didnt read the first comment properly
DiamondStudded PunchingBag
@Parzival ! He never did. But his plan was to join the Navy and do exactly what Maverick does!!
Julie 3 aylar önce
I love Mav and Rooster‘s relationship. It‘s „captain mitchell“ the whole movie but the second they‘re alone it‘s back to „mav“. And it makes sense if you think about it. Rooster grew up with him and despite Mav thinking he failed him as a father, he was probably all Rooster had after carole died. So it makes sense that in a situation as tense as the one they were in, Rooster would somewhat revert back to the little kid that clung to maverick for safety. It‘s so cute seeing him calling him „mav“ with all the familiarity that they share.
Richard II
Richard II 4 aylar önce
The real win here is that Maverick is a fully likeable character in this… we can fully root for him, on top of that Roosters presence means Maverick and Goose get to go on the adventure we always wanted to and we get to watch them succeed
phila3884 2 aylar önce
@Dwayne Cox I couldn't help thinking recently,, what if Joseph Kosinski had directed the Star Wars sequels?
rbleisem 2 aylar önce
@A.F. Whitepigeon Lucas Made, canon thus, old Indie, five continue's on from that plot-line. Was before the sell to Disney.
A.F. Whitepigeon
A.F. Whitepigeon 3 aylar önce
@Rob Williams Is that some sort of fan-film? Because only 3 Indiana Jones movies were ever made.
Rob Williams
Rob Williams 3 aylar önce
@A.F. Whitepigeon Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull from 2008 was the 4th.
A.F. Whitepigeon
A.F. Whitepigeon 3 aylar önce
@Rob Williams They never made a 4. That's why it's odd they're going straight to 5.
ZUCK 3 aylar önce
as a young guy, i wasn’t around for the original Top Gun, but i do truly love that movie. and being alive for the PERFECT sequel is amazing. i love top gun
Hoaxer 3 aylar önce
Can't wait to see Glen Powell in devotion. Sucks I couldn't see it in theatres, but I believe he did great in Top gun and think hes going to do great in Devotion as well.
Lord Andrew Bruce, of House McInnes
I watched Devotion a short while ago and yes, not only was Glen Powell great in that movie but the movie was great truly amazing IMHO also. If you haven't yet seen it I VERY highly recommend it.
alex 3 aylar önce
"and finally our main guy...jon hamm" got me so good, i laughed out loud. perfect footage usage there too!
David Isles
David Isles 3 aylar önce
Goose was Mavericks's RIO. RIO is an acronym for Radar Intercept Officer. It means he fed the pilot info and assisted him with aircraft operations.
Howling Burd19
Howling Burd19 4 aylar önce
*Plays the entire movie* Mark my words, years from now this masterpiece will be remembered as a classic
Mikez 3 aylar önce
Its already a classic!
KatAshworth 3 aylar önce
@Thomas Bonus Toy Story 2, Paddington 2 and Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again are some of my favourites.
Ty Freeman
Ty Freeman 3 aylar önce
@090giver090 Okay HERE'S (^^^ what you said) the point that Disney/Star Wars/Hollywood ACTUALLY needs to take from the success of this movie - that is, when making sequels, ESPECIALLY "Legacy" sequels, HAVE YOUR STORY GROW WITH YOUR AUDIENCE!!! Specifically lookin at YOU here, Lucas.
BonesCapone 3 aylar önce
Years? It's the best thing Hollywood has put out since... well Infinity War was a cultural touchstone, but it doesn't work without the 22 movie buildup. I can't honestly think of a movie as good as this one from the last 6 years.
No One Of Consequence
No One Of Consequence 3 aylar önce
I love how Rooster gets his name because of the way he cocks his head while he's singing and playing piano. It has the same phonetic structure as his dad's callsign, with the Double OO in the middle, and being a bird, but somehow it's still uniquely his. The only thing I don't like about it is that roosters are flightless birds, but you can save that one for the inevitable video on things that you hate about this movie. (You guys make those too, right?)
No One Of Consequence
@Ross Haiken Leonen You're right. If I was a fighter pilot I would be straight psyched to be named after a bird that can only fly ten feet off the ground. My mistake.
No One Of Consequence
@T C it doesn't make you a bad person. Most people don't have a lot of chance to see chickens before they make it to their dinner plates.
T C Aylar önce
As God as my witness, I thought roosters could fly.
Ross Haiken Leonen
Ross Haiken Leonen 2 aylar önce
Correction, Roosters are not flightless birds. As much as they cannot fly for long periods of time, they can definitely fly up trees or glide down mountains (my aunt keeps around 300 free range chickens). A flightless bird would be penguins, ostriches, emu, kiwis.
IdkNils 3 aylar önce
This movie was perfect in pretty much all the ways and i don´t think another movie in this series would be the right move. Top Gun is done for good and its ended just as good as it started. I´m in love with this series and everything it stands for. I. LOVE. IT.
Scott Parrish
Scott Parrish 3 aylar önce
For me, it's as simple as this. If you don't like Top Gun: Maverick then I don't want to know you.
@Captain Kickass hehe 😜
Captain Kickass
Captain Kickass Aylar önce
@𝐫𝐢𝐥𝐞𝐲 bahaha! You suckered me in. Nice. I wasn't going to reply but if I had it would've been something like what are you even doing here? Or, you sound like a fun date. Well done with the reversal. Glad I read to the end.
𝐫𝐢𝐥𝐞𝐲 2 aylar önce
I’m sorry, but i don’t like Top Gun or Top Gun Maverick I LOVE THEM ❤
Frankie2012channel 3 aylar önce
LOL. Can't say you don't have a valid point there. LOL.
MADE BY CARTER 3 aylar önce
The coffin corner scene gets me every time. They’re calling out their actions while also helping their wingmen calling out missiles. It’s also a call back to the football game where they all played offense and defense at the same time. No matter how many times I see this movie, that scene gets me in the feels even though I know all survive.
Jackson Newman
Jackson Newman 3 aylar önce
"You asked me to build you a team. Well, there's your team." When you mentioned the football game, it struck me that Maverick may have saved their lives with that team-building activity. An experienced, highly-decorated captain indeed!
Sam Ronicker
Sam Ronicker 3 aylar önce
That patch-covered jacket is absolutely legit. I’m in the military and just recently had a business trip to Naval Air Station Fallon, where Top Gun is actually run now. There was a Commander there that had and regularly wore a jacket just like that.
Noblewolf19 4 aylar önce
One of my favorite lines is during the approach sequence where Rooster says, "Talk to me dad". This was an emotional punch as it is but then we immediately cut to Mav saying, "C'mon kid, you can do it". The fact this was just them talking to themselves but framed as if they are responding to each other is just perfect
hothotheat3000 3 aylar önce
Goose is his father, Mav is his Dad.
World Traveler
World Traveler 3 aylar önce
"Talk to me dad " and Maverick's voice comes through...( when Mav says talk to me Goose this is followed by a deafening silence) On the carrier " It's what my dad would have done " Look at Mav's eyes when he realized that Rooster had thought of him ( Maverick earlier that day had saved Rooster life) it was father & son relationship. They were very close when Rooster found out that Mav pulled his papers
ToasterWeevil 2 aylar önce
I’ve seen this movie three times in theaters and once at home now and it has blown me away every single time. One of the best movies I’ve seen in years!
NoSoulNick 2 aylar önce
I’ve seen this movie more times than I can count. This movie has become my background noise. I can recite most of the lines in most scenes. Love this movie ❤
Phantom Lantern
Phantom Lantern 3 aylar önce
One of my favorite bits of trivia was that Kenny loggins fully intended to make a new rendition of Danger Zone for this movie but Cruise *insisted* on using the original. But Lorne Balfe did sneak the chorus motif into the score towards the end. Also how could you not win when Mav flies over Admiral Caine and the guard shack roof almost flies off. It wasn’t supposed to happen, but they only had one go at the shot and just left it.
ImperialCommander97 3 aylar önce
I was genuinely blown away when I watched this in cinemas. Going into it, I had somewhat low expectations of it just being an 'unnecessary sequel', but it ended up being an incredibly solid film - probably one of the best I've seen in cinemas in recent years
Sean Fallin
Sean Fallin 3 aylar önce
Easily the best movie of the year and an improvement over the original. The scene where Mav flies the practice course in under 2:15 and the final scene back on the carrier give me chills every time
Squid Surge
Squid Surge 4 aylar önce
One thing that my dad said about this movie as we were walking out of the theater was very good, so Im gonna steal it. He was talking about the relationship between Maverick and Penny, and he said that he felt that the writers knew that we were smart enough to understand that these had a history together, so the writers didn’t have to shove in a backstory to give us everything
Squid Surge
Squid Surge 2 aylar önce
@Them Ustar No problem!
Them Ustar
Them Ustar 3 aylar önce
Your dad was right, thanks for sharing something he said which was so well put
Rosie 3 aylar önce
@K S And there's clearly not just love, but trust and respect between them. They show us why they love each other without having to spell it out.
K S 4 aylar önce
I quite enjoyed their arc... I heard some reviews say the whole romance subplot felt unneeded, but I disagree. The whole movie is about Mav letting go and eventually moving on from being a Fighter Pilot... his whole life has been about that, so moving on is pretty sad and lonely if we don't have something for him to move on to, a life with Penny. Plus, she's an equal we get to see Mav interact with... every other character is either a superior yelling at Mav, or an underling he is schooling lol
Jim Herbert
Jim Herbert 4 aylar önce
She was the admirals daughter referred to at the start of the original apparently. Meta!
Travis Hyman
Travis Hyman 24 gün önce
I just have to say this. Been watching your videos for a while now and it has truly had an impact on the level of appreciation I have for Cinema. You identify things that are either subtle, or so beautiful that they deserve recognition and I find myself nearly sobbing at so many more movies because I find so many more reasons to allow my emotions to be affected because of these videos. Keep up the great work man. I love watching these and I hope you love making them just as much ❤️
Mel V
Mel V 3 aylar önce
I entered the theater never watching the original but when I tell you by the end of the film. I WAS AMAZED! Not only did I watch it in the AMC Prime theater (which hit so good), the sound and just the overall film was outstanding. The whole Ice & Mav scene really hit hard with Tom's acting and GOSH LADY GAGA IN THE SOUNDTRACK?! I can literally go on and on about this film and never shut up!
Bagel Master
Bagel Master 3 aylar önce
One thing you missed is at 8:02 right before that scene where mav goes behind rooster he was hoping rooster would go in and kill him, but he didn't which was part of his character being timid throughout the movie. It's neat as it shows that maverick knew he could have killed him and was hoping he would.
Mr. Meme
Mr. Meme 3 aylar önce
I’m only 17 and I wanted to be a fighter pilot for a while now. When I saw this movie I was determined to be one
Sheila Morrison
Sheila Morrison Aylar önce
@Mr. Meme This is exactly the attitude they love in recruits.....to eventually crush out of them and make you their weapon, not your own person.
Mr. Meme
Mr. Meme Aylar önce
It’s not all like that you’re also fighting to protect those who you love also. Look for example an f16 pilot who ( had to think for himself) when he had to save the lives of British special forces troops on the ground surrounded be over 100 afghan soldiers all shooting from different directions. And not wanting to hit the troops with a bomb ( because it was too risky and he couldn’t see their strobe light) and came up with a maneuver where he flies to the ground at sonic speed and pulls up at the last second to make a sonic boom that hits the ground making the enemy think it was an explosion and the British soldiers were able to escape. It’s not all evil blood shed like you think or just being told what to do all the time. But you also have to chance to fight for the country you love.
Ucmh Aylar önce
You love planes, and the freedom and the thrill. You wanna be a fighter pilot so you can have that. Fine. But when you sign up for the military, you get something else with it. You are put into a place of submission, where you _must_ do what someone else tells you. They may tell you to hurt people you don't think should get hurt. You are putting your life and your decisions into someone else's hands, and getting an opportunity to fly a cool machine can't possibly be worth it for that. Can it?
Dave 3 aylar önce
@Mr. Meme that’s fucking around finding out for you
Mr. Meme
Mr. Meme 3 aylar önce
Wise words
Seth Maki
Seth Maki 13 gün önce
I finally got around to watching this movie the other night and I did not expect it to be this good. It's probably the best movie I've seen in the past 12 months.
Kelly Dwyer
Kelly Dwyer 4 aylar önce
My favorite moment will always be Rooster’s last line: “It’s what my dad would’ve done.” Tears. Just. Pure. Ugly, un-manly tears. Rooster is right. Goose would have done anything to get his best friend home, no matter what. Just goes to show how much in spirit he was there alongside Maverick and his little boy. Also Penny Benjamin is my new favorite movie crush
Jackson Newman
Jackson Newman 3 aylar önce
Made me cry too! That is poetic cinema 👏
CornTater83 3 aylar önce
@World Traveler absolutely. So many layers to this
World Traveler
World Traveler 3 aylar önce
On the carrier " It's what my dad would have done " Look at Mav's eyes when he realized that Rooster had thought of him ( Maverick earlier that day had saved Rooster life) "Talk to me dad " and Maverick's voice comes through...( when Mav says talk to me Goose this is followed by a deafening silence) it was father & son relationship. They were very close when Rooster found out that Mav pulled his papers.
Jack Stecker
Jack Stecker 3 aylar önce
A good leader will do anything in his power to get his guys home. Hell, I treated my body like an amusement park, when I was younger. But I got everyone home.
Destiny87 3 aylar önce
Honestly I was thinking the reply to "Thank you for saving my life" was going to be "Thank you for saving mine."
Soupafi 3 aylar önce
When Maverick did the bombing course, I could see people leaning to the screen, and when he did it, everyone cherred. Such a great movie
MusicalPirate 2 aylar önce
I had never seen the original and I saw this film first and I still felt the emotions perfectly, watched the first film then re-watched this and I WEEPED TWICE AS HARD! I’m watching this movie a lot because it’s an adrenaline rush!
hi 3 aylar önce
Bob stands for : badass on board
yes i love bob
Jackson Newman
Jackson Newman 3 aylar önce
Yes! So glad you did this movie! One of my favorites of all time; my siblings saw it before me and hyped it up like CRAZY, so I was afraid of being let down when I went to see it. And let me tell you. I was FAR from let down. So thrilling, so moving, so PERFECT. One of the few movies to give me goosebumps AND cry (I don't cry easily). Three of my favorite underrated moments: 1) At the beginning of Maverik's test run through the canyon, Hangman sits back in his seat, looking smug and amused as if he doesn't believe for a second Mav's got a chance. But near the end of the run, he's leaned all the way forward with genuine anxiety in his face hoping to see Maverik succeed. And then, when Mav hits the bullseye, Hangman concedes with one simple word that Maverik truly is the man, the best of the best. A+ acting by Glen Powell. 2) (you mentioned it in the Su-57 dogfight but) Holy CRAP that score was perfect. Especially leading up to Maverik engaging! The drums, the intense portamentos (dragging between two pitches), the visual shots of the Su-57s. Perfect! Had me genuinely fearful and feeling like the 5th gen pilots were final bosses in video games. So perfectly constructed to the climax! 3) When Mav buzzes the tower and after an initial disgruntled look, Cyclone's face relents and he gives a small nod like, "screw it, he's earned that one". 😂 Thank you for doing this movie! Thank you thank you THANK YOU
Aaron Hawkins
Aaron Hawkins 3 aylar önce
I would've added a win for the use of Won't Get Fooled Again by The Who during the first training scene. That song may be overplayed and used in a lot of stuff but this film used it in such a perfect way that it I can't help but be really pumped every time I see that scene. Mav even says "Who's Next?" during that scene and that song is off the album, Who's Next! Brilliant!
Split 4 aylar önce
Something I loved when Mav was shot down is that when they tried to go back for him, Cyclone says there’s nothing they can do for him but when he says it you can hear a break in his voice. Shows that he isn’t stone cold and he actually cares
Mikez 3 aylar önce
@Wren Mav said they gotta come home 2x and then Hamms character said it twice afterwards
Wren 3 aylar önce
Cyclone had a great deal of fourth quarter humanity bolstering him. It's like he finally remembered "I ... OWN an f'n callsign, and this was what it's about. This *IS* what it's about." The man in the desk finally remembered what it was to be when you combine a soldier and a leader. A pilot and the Navy/Airforce overlap...: "Captain." ........(yeah yeah Hoo Ahs I hear yah... give me my MASH joke, I'm sick, old, and tired)
Andrew Timothy
Andrew Timothy 3 aylar önce
Something i just noticed; the maneuver Mav used to kill Rooster in training is the same maneuver he used to save his life in the ending. BEAUTIFUL rhyming. Didnt even notice the correlation until watching this
Ciarán S
Ciarán S Aylar önce
Also what great is Cyclone, John Hamm character, says to cut, “that Cobra shit”, which is what the move is called.
Bruna Bordoni
Bruna Bordoni 3 aylar önce
“Liking things is more fun than not liking things.” And that’s why I love this channel. Thank you for all the amazing videos.
Banjo Piggott wright
Banjo Piggott wright 3 aylar önce
This film is the closest thing you'll get to a perfect film from a technical standpoint, but beyond that it's a incredible film that deserves all the praise it gets and has gotten.
MMO GAMER Aylar önce
This movie had me sweating like crazy in the theaters, especially the ending
avenged110 3 aylar önce
The comedic timing of the score (in multiple scenes) is absolutely hilarious in this movie. Also, at 19:59 I can't help but think of _Take Me Home Tonight (2011)_ every single time with this line.
Angus Evans
Angus Evans 4 aylar önce
My favourite moment in the first training scene is Rooster already preparing for Mav’s arrival when he hears his voice on the comms (i.e preparing his mask and helmet). The other trainees don’t know what’s coming but Rooster knows exactly how good Maverick is.
Jackson Newman
Jackson Newman 3 aylar önce
I noticed Rooster's expression but didn't make the connection! Great point!
Bogey the Bear
Bogey the Bear 4 aylar önce
Payback: "How about the loser has to do 200 pushups?" Rooster: "Guys..." _(bad idea)_
plusminusDucky Aylar önce
My favourite part of the movie was everything from when they got into the jets on the ACFT carrier to when they entered the valley. The tension that is built up is INCREDIBLE and the actors sell it so well, that none of them are certain, that they will return from this misson
Patrick Taylor
Patrick Taylor 3 aylar önce
I'm going to throw it out there....This is in my top ten of all time. Maybe even top five! I know, it's a a bold statement but I literally can’t stop watching it. I don’t know how many times I've watched it now and I’m just about to watch it again once I post this. Anyone else notice that the, don’t break her heart again exchange, is strikingly similar to the...if you f*ck this up, I'll kill you exchange in Jerry Maguire? Which i love by the way. There isn't anything i disliked about this movie. Yes there are some unrealistic bits in it but for them to make a difference to my opinion or love of this film...well, I'd have to call myself out for being just a d*ck. Anyway, Top Gun Maverick is a 10/10 for me. Ok, it may actually be my favourite movie of all time... i know, this is escalating! Oh, the prize for saying, 'Maverick' best goes to Warlock. Side note, as i tapped the m key, my phone suggested Maverick 😂 Right, I'm off to watch it again. I'm excited....again!
Downhomesunset Aylar önce
What other movies do you put in your top five?
Hunter o Justice
Hunter o Justice 3 aylar önce
My dad took me and my brothers to go see this movie in theaters in imax. Watching it in theaters was truly a once in a lifetime thing. Feeling the roar of the engines almost nonstop goosebumps. Also, at the opening scene, when the top gun title card popped up, people cheered
Wibbly 21 gün önce
Yeah this was my favorite movie for a long time. The Mav and Ice scene was probably my favorite scene bc it was so well done. I have a particular hatred for for stories that have the rivals become friends at the end, and then in sequels very clearly aren’t friends, so seeing that they didn’t go that route, that Ice and Mav became and stayed very close friends makes me feel warm and fuzzy, and then start crying. I did just think of how they could have/should have brought Charlie back without having her and Mav together. At some point when he’s doubting his mission plan, he could have consulates with her, asking is there a less risky way to run this mission? Would have been cool.
Pikminer 5087
Pikminer 5087 3 aylar önce
I went to see this movie and to my surprise, my mom actually came in with me! I hadn't seen the first one but I never felt like I was lost at all, she was there to help give me little bits about the returning characters and whatnot. Damn good theater experience, those jet engines were awesome!
ThatOneRoadie 4 aylar önce
Fun fact: The Darkstar going into a break-up at altitude during extreme testing, is based on a real story. During the SR-71 Test program, a Test sled was undergoing extreme edge-of-envelope testing over the central US, Stalled one engine (Which, in what has to be a contender for 'Most Innocuous Sounding thing', is referred to as an "Engine Unstart") at over Mach 3 in a turn, and then spun and broke up at altitude (78,000+ feet). The Pilot (Bill Weaver) survived (Unfortunately, the RSO, Lockheed flight test reconnaissance and navigation systems specialist Jim Zwayer, was killed instantly when the plane broke up). The Pilot landed in a New Mexico field and a farmer picked him up in minutes in his helicopter to take him to the local hospital.
Machu Pikachu
Machu Pikachu 3 aylar önce
@JimmyNuetronRBLX IIRC, the rancher was a retired army helo pilot, and had a personal 2 seater he used for patrolling his cattle.
Iqmal Aidil
Iqmal Aidil 3 aylar önce
@Efeye Unscheduled Disassembly would probbaly lead to a Significant Emotional Event.
JimmyNuetronRBLX 3 aylar önce
@AVRO Architect Interesting, Thanks for letting me know.
AVRO Architect
AVRO Architect 3 aylar önce
@JimmyNuetronRBLX some ranchers in the southern states use Helos to herd their cows and other critters. They also use them for patrolling their properties.
JimmyNuetronRBLX 3 aylar önce
@Alistair Diren i know theres crop dusting planes, but i never knew they had crop dusting helicopters...
Rob Braun
Rob Braun 3 aylar önce
The flight choreography is so good, I want to see this team work on a "MACROSS" adaptation.
JP.G 3 aylar önce
I got the feels just by watching this video... The movie is absolutely amazing.
Dejan Dal Ponte
Dejan Dal Ponte 3 aylar önce
This movie made me cry more than I whish to admit.
Eva Na
Eva Na 3 aylar önce
If it was still in theatres I would watch it for the third time. Rooster and Mac are just awesome!
Jeebus 23
Jeebus 23 4 aylar önce
I vaguely remember reading something about how Tom didn't want to do the movie unless they could get Val Kilmer involved somehow, and I'm so glad they did. The scene between them is great and it makes what comes later all the more heartbreaking.
Madison Holtze
Madison Holtze 3 aylar önce
The orchestration of "highway to the danger zone" (15:28) is one of my favorite parts of this movie!
The Greatest Evil
The Greatest Evil 3 aylar önce
i have upgraded my entire home cinema, just for this movie. After seeing this i will watch it again, both of them...i rarely call a movie perfect, but this is the one that comes closest to it. This video could have had 100 more likes easy... And thanks for the feels!
Keith Kiama Maina
Keith Kiama Maina Aylar önce
The part where Mav says "Dagger Attack" Best line imo
T C 3 aylar önce
After describing the mission to the young pilots, one of them needed to comment, "3 meters? I used to shoot Womp Rats that were only 2 meters." It would have been totally appropriate since they all grew up on Star Wars. So what if it's a different franchise, it would have been a hilarious line.
DraconimLt 2 aylar önce
@STRIKERDelta2387 I just watched a TG:M film reaction, and when Rooster dropped his bombs 'firing blind', one of the reactors literally said ''this is like a Luke Skywalker moment!''
STRIKERDelta2387 3 aylar önce
My brothers and I are all in our mid thirties and when we watched the missing briefing the first time we were like this is some Death Star Trench Run shit right here 🤣
Sorin Markov
Sorin Markov Aylar önce
"Never underestimate an old man in a field where others die young"
El Hopper
El Hopper 4 aylar önce
This was by far one of the best movies I’ve seen all year. Truly worthy of the full theater experience and a thrill ride all the way through. Tom Cruise showing why he’s a true action star once again
Aman 3 aylar önce
The best movie of 2022
Vera Mae
Vera Mae 3 aylar önce
Then I went and watched Reacher 1 and Reacher 2. If there's a Reacher 3 ... and there are some clips, but I couldn't find the movie.
Thermo 3 aylar önce
This was a GREAT cinematic experience! Old school movie. Don't get me wrong I love all the new CGI tech n movies like the Marvel stuff but lets be real, they are essentially really really well animated cartoons for adults lol. Maverick was an emotional rollercoaster ride I didn't even know I wanted but so desperately needed.
Praetorian 18 gün önce
I was crying so much throughout this movie. Like the nostalgia, sorrowful moments, returning characters. My damn eyes hurt by the end. XD
ViagraBurgerZ 3 aylar önce
Damn man, I teared up watching this feeling all the same feels I got in the theater. Best movie of 2022 hands down
Kelly B. Smith
Kelly B. Smith 2 aylar önce
After the very first viewing of Top Gun: Maverick, it instantly became my new favorite movie. ITS SIMPLY PERFECTION.
Stardust 3 aylar önce
I'd had a shit time when this movie came out, and had to be coerced to go see it. Not only did I love it, but the lessons in the movie reignited my spark, and I'm now a lover of it. Always loved the original too!
CorRekt 3 aylar önce
Admiral Cyclone is the definition of the "Reasonable Authority" guy. Throughout the movie he always puts the greater good over his own ego. John Hamm gave this character such life, I'm genuinely impressed. Solid performances all around by the main and supporting cast.
MCRVids 3 aylar önce
This 100%! Certainly we are not meant to like Cyclone, he's meant to be a foil to Maverick, but just a foil, not an antagonist, and definitely not a villain. In fact, I'd say this movie doesn't have any villains. Maybe Unspecifiedistan might be, but even then, aside from breaking a treaty, they don't really do anything that bad aside from shooting at Maverick while he's on the ground. If enemy fighters showed up in Alaska and blew up something, we'd certainly send planes to intercept and shoot them down.
sugaquaks 3 aylar önce
This film and The Batman re-established my faith in cinema
T C 3 aylar önce
During Maverick's Mach 10 test it would have been cool if he did an "LA speed test" with air traffic control as an homage to Sled Driver and the SR-71. Pete could have even said to himself, "This one's for you Sled Driver" as he keyed his mic.
BlackOpsCW Aylar önce
LA Speed Check
Sam Ronicker
Sam Ronicker 3 aylar önce
I just watched that video (again) last night! Love that story! That would’ve been a great reference!
Machu Pikachu
Machu Pikachu 3 aylar önce
That would have been awesome!!
Jerry Co
Jerry Co 3 aylar önce
I haven’t loved a movie this much in years!
Stephen Reed
Stephen Reed 3 aylar önce
This movie was very much a DELIGHTFUL surprise. As a kid who always had appreciated 80s stuff, along with parents who grew up and saw the original movie, and I'm just blown away about how much love was pulled into this movie.
Civ Sam_
Civ Sam_ 3 aylar önce
I've watched this movie probably 16 times.... I love it so much
Stacey65 Noah
Stacey65 Noah 4 aylar önce
Fun fact: the carrier used was the USS Theodore Roosevelt. The last carrier to ever recover and shoot a F-14 off its deck. Fitting that Tom Cruise flys one on! Loved this movie. It’s the reason I joined the Navy and the reason I choose aviation. Bird strike, NATOPS. bent airframe all the terminology. So much nostalgia for so many things….
Stacey65 Noah
Stacey65 Noah 3 aylar önce
@DocPsycho thats a great memory. Thank you for sharing❤️. Ours took place on family day cruise. Every shooter came out to shoot the last one off. In the movie the showed a squadron patch in Maverick’s locker. It was VF 143 Pukin Dogs. They were in the first my first airwing.
DocPsycho 3 aylar önce
I was on the Stennis as a Corpsman, back in the day we were the other ship to launch 14's off our Cats' as the last hurrah of the Tomcat. I remember they were doing a unit photo and the lead pilot named Mountain with the callsign of "Brokeback" demanded that anyone off duty from the ships crew be allowed in the photo as he said "If not for the other thousands of sailors on this ship? We'd be sitting on our asses in our planes in the hangar bay with no bombs, no rounds, no fuel, no food in our bellies, no clean clothes." Dude earned my respect that day.
TheSovietVorona 3 aylar önce
Wish I could have gotten into aviation and with a 72 asvab I probs could have but being partly colorblind loses a lot of jobs.
The Charnak
The Charnak 3 aylar önce
I think the two moments that I loved so much about this movie was first the comedy between Mav' and Rooster, that one scene when they are in the F-14 and Rooster bump his head on the cockpit in confusion of why the wings of the F-14 can move made me laugh so hard xD You can feel the generation difference so well and how Rooster so acustomed to modern fighter jets criticize and is genuinely confused by how they function. The second time was of course when they are chased by the ennemy pilots, they kept the same visual design as in the old movie, dark, mysterious and ominous. You can't see their face their movements are very few and straight, they are almost uncanny machines or rather the true cold side of what a millitary pilot is probably... But the music when they appear is just... Otherwordly it is scary it feels so tensed and I love it. This movie was for me a real rollercoaster of laughter and silence between the humor of the movie in general and just the haunting of the past (Even if... in my opinion Mav' did everything wrong in the first movie and it's gold that he feels so bad about it in this one, I almost didn't like his character in the first movie because he was... himself I guess xD)
Teddy Danielson
Teddy Danielson 10 gün önce
I saw “Maverick” opening night right before going to Navy officer training; it was the perfect thing to remind me why I signed my contract when I was feeling huge amounts of apprehension about it. I love CinemaWins for movies like this. That said, I was sad to not see wins for the obvious homages to “The Right Stuff”. Ed Harris and the entire Darkstar sequence, along with Mav’s unauthorized training flight, are amazing callbacks to the portrayals of Chuck Yeager’s flights in that movie. “The Right Stuff” is an often forgotten classic in my book, so it was wonderful to see “Maverick” pay its respects to it. Would love to see a CinemaWins for “The Right Stuff” at some point in the future too!
Cam 3 aylar önce
Dude, the lyrics of that Gaga song are fantastic, and my wife actually pointed out that they were close to her words when I was dealing with my PTSD from my Army service. It is fantastic and hits me in the feels every time.
Ayxrex 2 aylar önce
I watched this movie with my father and it one of my best memories I shared with him, the scenes when the planes would do insane manuevers would have me and my dad turn and stare at each other in amazement, mav getting stuck behind enemy lines only to be saved and having the feeling of tenseness be relieved off my chest. My father and I watched it 4 times in the theater and each time we went to a different theater hoping to get better speakers or a bigger screen. It the first time in a long time that we watched a movie and actually felt something leaving the theater, instead of a "oh yea that was a good movie I guess" then preceed to forget about it a week later.
Andrew Camagay
Andrew Camagay 3 aylar önce
I've said it many times before, and I'll say it again, this has got to be top 5, if not THE BEST movie this year.
Cocutsa M
Cocutsa M 4 aylar önce
Thank you for making it a point to explain why Hangman is supposed to be the Maverick of this movie, while Rooster is the Iceman. I find the way they inverted the characters and perspective incredibly smart and well done, especially since I always got Ice’s points from the original. Like, my dude was just trying to look out for everyone while Mav was being such a dick sometimes. It’s such good writing. Also love that they kept the relationship between the two a gray area like in the original. Like sure, they fight, but at the end of the day they are on the same team. I fucking love this movie. You can clearly tell the people involved put their all into it. I appreciate that a lot
Mikez 3 aylar önce
Good point! Reminds me a lot of the inversion they did with johnny lawrence and larusos characters in cobra kai.
gabby agha
gabby agha 4 aylar önce
@Cocutsa M exactly yeah !! 100% agree !!
Cocutsa M
Cocutsa M 4 aylar önce
@gabby agha heey, I didn’t know that. So an actual fun fact for me, thank you. I like that they decided not to, i personally like how vague Rooster’s history with Hangman is. Like, you can clearly tell they have one, but that’s it. Making him connected to Ice would’ve complicated both his relationship with Maverick and Rooster, and would’ve shifted the focus a bit from Maverick and Rooster’s whole thing. But yeah, that would’ve explained why Hangman looks so much like Ice.
gabby agha
gabby agha 4 aylar önce
Interestingly they were gonna make Hangman Ice’s son but decided no in the end - so they look like scary alike but yeH *FuN FaCt OF thE DAy*
DTWExtreme 3 aylar önce
I admit as an 25 year old guy who saw this movie on the first night i cried when he hugged Rooster at the end, it was like ''never ever leave your wingman''.
Elliott 2 aylar önce
I'm not crying watching these highlights, you're crying..... What a great movie. And honestly I love how this channel always looks for the good in things. Be they not so good or be they great like this movie.
Roger Smith
Roger Smith 26 gün önce
Completely identify with your review of this thing, gave me douche chills throughout and sobbing as well…love this, because it is Cinema!
William Lane Jr
William Lane Jr 3 aylar önce
Just an outstanding presentation of my favorite movie this year. Time to "kick the tires and light the fires", gonna go watch it again,
Eatmyhogfish 3 aylar önce
I love how rewarding it is to keep up with your channel. The bit about The name bob. Little jokes. Your great man. Thank you.
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