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Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Top Gun: Maverick – ‘Miraculous’ Tom Cruise joins first reviews for ‘Extremely Thrilling’ sequel

The first verdict on the long-awaited Top Gun sequel Top Gun: Maverick — and fans have reason to be excited.

The upcoming thriller, which sees Tom Cruise reprising the role of Pete “Maverick” Mitchell, a fighter pilot, has been declared by critics as an improvement on the 1986 original.

Cruise is also accompanied by Miles Teller, Jon Hamm, Jennifer Connelly, Glenn Powell, Ed Harris and Val Kilmer.

In a four-star review for The Independent, Clarisse Loughre writes: “Top Gun: Maverick isn’t really full of the kind of Craven nostalgia we’re used to these days. It’s more smart, subtle, and thorough. more humanistic.”

However, while she praises the film’s technical ambition and action sequences, she criticizes the film’s treatment of female characters from the original, writing: “Neither McGillis nor Meg Ryan, who played Rooster’s mother Instead, Maverick finds a new love interest in Jennifer Connelly’s Penny, the Admiral’s daughter mentioned in the first film, now a one-time boss and a mother.

“There will come a time when we need to talk about why Hollywood only accepts older women who look a certain way. Until then, who’s to blame for being influenced by this insanely funny movie? May go?”

Robbie Colin of The Telegraph was even more impressive in his praise for the film, awarding Maverick five stars.

,[Maverick] Dad cinema is at its eye-popping pinnacle,” he wrote, “with all the harsh sense of humor and some sort of comradeship, the flight sequences so ludicrously exciting and involved that they cast the cinema through 180 degrees. start to reverse.”

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Claire Gregory of Sky News described Cruise as “incredibly charismatic”, adding: “This is Tom Cruise at his megawatt A-lister, reminding us all that he is the world’s biggest Why is one of the movie stars – it’s hard to believe he was in his fifties while filming this.”

In a four-star review for The Times, Kevin Maher wrote: “No one, apparently, watches a Top Gun movie to tears – though bring on that hunky – and the spectacle here certainly went into the stratosphere.” has gone.

“With cameras inside the cockpit and strapped to wings and nose cones, Kosinski has spawned a vertical pulse-quickening monster from the film. Watch it on the biggest screen. See ya.”

The Guardian’s Peter Bradshaw was less enthusiastic, giving the film three stars. He wrote: “There’s a lot of rock’n’roll fighter-pilot action in this movie, but there was none of the weirdly gay tension that lines people at Navy recruiting booths set up in the cinema foyer.

“Weird still, it’s actually less progressive on gender issues than the original film, which ultimately put a woman in charge.

“Cruise’s movie-star chops are still miraculous, and she actually has a dialogue scene with Kilmer,” he said.

Top Gun: Maverick is in theaters May 27.

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