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In Top Gun, Tom Cruise stars as Maverick, a talented training pilot in an elite U.S. school for fighter pilots. When he stumbles upon some MiG's over the Persian Gulf, and his wingman panics, Maverick cleverly talks him through the situation to safety. Consequently, he is moved up in rank and sent to the Top Gun Naval Flying School. There he has several conflicts with other students while trying to live up to his deceased father's reputation. Unable to cope with the death of his best friend, and fellow pilot, Goose, Maverick contemplates dropping out, but follows through with his dream and ultimately becomes one of the "best of the best."
- 6-part documentary on the making of the film
- Multi-angle storyboards with optional commentary by director Tony Scott
- 4 music videos: Kenny Loggins "Danger Zone," Berlin "Take My Breath Away," Loverboy "Heaven in Your Eyes," Harold Faltermeyer and Steve Stevens "Top Gun Anthem"
- TV spots
- Vintage gallery of behind-the-scenes featurettes, Tom Cruise interviews, and production photography
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A Danish Army friend of mine once told me that they had "Top Gun Watch Parties" in the dormitories when he was a younger troop. They would wear flight suits, simulate flying with Maverick and Goose with their computer flight stick controllers, stand upside down in their chairs during the inverted scene, stand and sing along with Maverick during "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling" and toss their dogtags at the screen when Mav tosses them into the ocean. Kind of like Rocky Horror, but with Top Gun.
If you've never seen it, cook up some popcorn, put on your G-suit and strap in for a great thrill ride! If you have already seen it, watch it again!
I have to say, that it does look a little different, but its not such a big change that it makes the movie look even better.
I would give the 3D 3 stars only, but the movie is such a classic that, i have to give it 4.