Top Gun: Maverick | On Board the USS Roosevelt (2022 Movie)

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  • We don’t sail boats, we land on them. Check out this behind-the-scenes look at : Maverick, now playing in theatres and at home on Digital.
    After more than thirty years of service as one of the Navy’s top aviators, Pete “Maverick” Mitchell (Tom Cruise) is where he belongs, pushing the envelope as a courageous test pilot and dodging the advancement in rank that would ground him. When he finds himself training a detachment of Top Gun graduates for a specialized mission the likes of which no living pilot has ever seen, Maverick encounters Lt. Bradley Bradshaw (Miles Teller), call sign: “Rooster,” the son of Maverick’s late friend and Radar Intercept Officer Lt. Nick Bradshaw, aka “Goose.” Facing an uncertain future and confronting the ghosts of his past, Maverick is drawn into a confrontation with his own deepest fears, culminating in a mission that demands the ultimate sacrifice from those who will be chosen to fly it.
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  • CandCfans101
    CandCfans101 महीने पहले +1278

    The sailors aboard during that two-week period called it 'Tom's cruise.'

    • My Random Life
      My Random Life 23 घंटे पहले

      Hahahaha short term

    • SimonSaysDIE7
      SimonSaysDIE7 4 दिन पहले

      no we didn't

    • CorePathway
      CorePathway 7 दिन पहले

      I see what you did there

    • Abdullah Bhinder
      Abdullah Bhinder 12 दिन पहले

      @Special K12 I can respect tom for that. Making this film must have been a very complex challenge. The stress and all plus his 100% commitment must have made him rude. But nice to hear he was much better later on.
      Were you guys star struck or anything?

    • Rob Weiss
      Rob Weiss 15 दिन पहले

      @PelvisWrestley I heard the same from my Navy buddies

  • BigIrishJim
    BigIrishJim महीने पहले +254

    My dad took me to see Top Gun in 1986 when I was 12. He had been in Naval Aviation his entire Navy career. Decades later I am working for the Navy as a civilian supporting Ship Maintenance, and I got to do sea trials on the Harry S. Truman and sleep in the pilots' quarters while we were underway. Being on one of these ships is truly an amazing experience.

    • M C
      M C महीने पहले +5

      Thanks to your family for the service.. you guys are the best 🙏🙏🙏👏👏👏

  • Manuel Ochoa
    Manuel Ochoa महीने पहले +312

    Only an actor of Tom Cruise's caliber could've done a sequel 36 years after the first movie came out and be a super hit. Not to mention the fact that he being and staying in shape for all those years, he could play the part of a naval aviator with 30 years of service.

    • Jibber Prevalia
      Jibber Prevalia 7 दिन पहले +1

      To be fair, they filmed the movie in 2018 and the release date got pushed back from 2019 to 2020. Then Covid made Paramount shelve the movie ANOTHER 2 years to 2022. So technically he did the sequel 31 years later.

    • Debbie Stimac
      Debbie Stimac 11 दिन पहले

      @Edward Neuman I didn't like that movie, he is way too small to pull off what is in the books. What I love is the Reacher series on Netflix. That guy is the real Jack Reacher IMO. Big, strong and stoic!

    • Edward Neuman
      Edward Neuman 11 दिन पहले

      @Debbie Stimac More like Jack Reacher meets John Wick.

    • angela1984a
      angela1984a 18 दिन पहले

      If only it wasn't for Xenu...

    • Kenton
      Kenton 22 दिन पहले +1

      Only an actor who takes care of his health like Tom Cruise could have done a sequel 36 years later.. Where are the rest of those actors today? What do they look like?

  • Simply Zhou Ye
    Simply Zhou Ye महीने पहले +200

    Always stoked to see more behind the scenes from this movie! Please please please get the whole cast to do a commentary while watching the movie together as part of the featurette on the DVD please!

    • Claudio
      Claudio 27 दिन पहले +1

      DVD? How do you eat that?

    • EmiRachelNatalie
      EmiRachelNatalie महीने पहले +1

      i would DIE for that lmao

  • Valued Humanoid
    Valued Humanoid महीने पहले +145

    In 1986 I saw the movie and the next day went to the recruiter. I didn't even tell my parents. I just did it. When I graduated boot camp and basic airman school, I was sent to the USS Theodore Roosevelt CVN 71. She was only a few months old (from the commissioning in October) and I went to the Weapons Department as an Aviation Ordinanceman in the G-3 division. They called us Mag Rats because we worked in the magazines. When the daily load sheet came down, we would break out the weapons called for, assemble them, put them on special custom trucks and send them up to the hangar bay/flight deck. Any unused weapons came back down and reverse the process. My main job was in the forward missile mags, the Sidewinder, Sparrow and Phoenix for the most part. Did that for 4 years, got out right as Desert Shield was starting. When this movie came out and I saw they filmed on my old ship, it was a real wave of nostalgia. I love it!

    • Prong Snort
      Prong Snort 9 दिन पहले

      @William Chastain yeah sadly school is not my strong point the way my brain work I mean kinda everyone’s but if I like what is being teacher or I should say enjoy it I retain that information very easily but if it’s something for example any kind of math I have a really hard time learning those concepts than the other kids on the Cuz there’s something with me idk what it is. But yeah I’ll still definitely try my best. And yes every single night hasn’t missed one yet the past three years I’ve been praying and reminding myself of my goal every day but thank you! so much your message really help.

    • William Chastain
      William Chastain 9 दिन पहले

      @Prong Snort There’s something else you need to know, everyday tell yourself that you want that. It’ll a long painful wait but you must not forget your mission in your day to day life. Everyday in school you should be the first one in the classroom, first one to raise your hand to answer a question the teacher asked. Literally try to achieve the smartest version of yourself. One day years from now you make look back at this advice and realize that everyday you pushed yourself in school is one step closer to achieving the highest excellence. You want to be on the most brand new modern aircraft carrier ever built you gotta be the best of the best, not always, but it’s definitely good to be the best you can possibly make yourself. If you make your life hell from hard work in school then you may find yourself going to the US naval academy a college dedicated to making you the best naval officer whether you want to be in command of a ship or land on them. I hope this helps, one last thing don’t make yourself seem better than everyone else, if your succeeding then help others succeed that’ll get you further than you could ever imagine, everyone is genius in their own way it’s just all about that person realizing they are genius by someone helping them. The guy who built the atomic bomb didn’t do it without help.

    • Prong Snort
      Prong Snort 25 दिन पहले +1

      @Valued Humanoid You and John Paul have have helped me so much. I have had these questions for years and never found a guy to talk to for the answers. All of this information really helps thank you.

    • Valued Humanoid
      Valued Humanoid 25 दिन पहले +1

      @Prong Snort Good. Just keep your grades up, your criminal record clean and you'll have no problem getting the job you want. Remember, many ratings (jobs) in the Navy never go out to sea. They're land based. So if you want sea duty on a ship, you must tailor your selection to those rates that go to sea.

  • corvetteguy1980
    corvetteguy1980 26 दिन पहले +47

    My dad was in the Navy and flew F14s in the 80s and 90s. He was one of the technical advisers on the first Top Gun in 1986 when they were filming the carrier scenes on the USS Ranger.

  • Mark Booth
    Mark Booth महीने पहले +55

    I am old enough to have watched the original "TopGun" in a cinema when it was first released. I had my doubts about "Maverick" being as good, as generally sequels are lousy, even with the hype. However, I was mistaken. "Maverick" is every bit as good as the original. I was so glad to be proved wrong. Now for an evening at some point in the future of watching back to back "TopGun" and "Maverick", with the sound up and rocking away to the soundtracks too.

    • Jesse Sk1ret
      Jesse Sk1ret 26 दिन पहले +1

      I’m old enough also, I was 28 years old in 1986, stationed at the Los Angeles Navy recruiting district when Top Gun came out. Had already served aboard the USS Samuel Gompers a repair ship and the USS Mars a supply ship. A few years later was stationed aboard the USS Independence CV62 a carrier and got to be part of the background crew for the filming of Flight of the Intruder with actors Danny Glover, Willem Defoe, Brad Johnson and Tom Sizemore. The only scenes I’m in are the burial at sea and manning the rails in our dress whites while entering port. The actors were very into mingling with the ships crew especially Willem Defoe. On my free time which wasn’t that often I’d be above the flight deck in an area called vultures row to watch the launching of aircraft and the landing. Top Gun Maverick brought back memories of life aboard MY carrier. I got to experience a cat and a trap which is catapult launch and arresting gear landing, but mine was not on a fighter jet, it was the mail plane, but the adrenaline was still there going from sitting on the flight deck to airborne in seconds. 20 years in the Navy goes by sooo quickly and life since then just travels at a snail’s pace.

    • Gareth Fairclough
      Gareth Fairclough 26 दिन पहले +1

      This was Wrath of Khan level of good.

    • Mike Kopack
      Mike Kopack 27 दिन पहले +2

      Loved Maverick, but I felt it was a let down in 2 areas. - Music and Memorable lines.
      The flight sequences and FX are by far better in Maverick. Story was great in both. But the first had a better soundtrack with new music, and it had a lot more great quotable lines. This one just didn't have them. Movie Music has died - every movie just recycles classic rock songs now. There's no market for movie soundtracks anymore, so they don't even bother to commission new music for movies.

  • BTO- Beyond The Odyssey
    BTO- Beyond The Odyssey महीने पहले +99

    The one of Tom Cruise's best movie all time .
    I really love this .

    • angela1984a
      angela1984a 18 दिन पहले

      If only it wasn't for Xenu...

  • Robert Scott
    Robert Scott 26 दिन पहले +16

    As a member of the Nimitz crew 88-89 I honestly believed that every time a fighter approached that it was going to crash and they never did. It's an immensely dangerous operation with master pilots that have Platinum Testicles.

  • Peter Seeganna
    Peter Seeganna 4 दिन पहले +1

    Top gun maverick wasn’t just a movie. It was a cinematic masterpiece that not only had a compelling story, but had shots and a scenes that were just awesome and can only be outmatched by actually being in those aircraft personally.

  • ray24051
    ray24051 27 दिन पहले +11

    I'm a US Army veteran and I have to say these people in the Navy are the best of the best, much respect to them.

  • Kevin King
    Kevin King महीने पहले +46

    they train to land on a runway at night while it's moving...Greatest aviators in the world,

    • D' Maverick
      D' Maverick 25 दिन पहले +2

      I sincerely believe they call themselves aviators. Not pilots. The first man who stepped on the surface of the moon was a Naval aviator. Followed later by an Air Force pilot.

    • Imperial Knight
      Imperial Knight 25 दिन पहले +1

      you should watch the Behind the Wings F14 video. landing on a carrier can be much worse than that. they're actually trying to land on a runway that's pitching/heaving/rolling, on a runway that's spliced at an angle along the direction that's moving away from you

    • Kuiper921
      Kuiper921 28 दिन पहले

      @Mububban23 you should check out the rest of their podcast if you haven't, absolutely love it. Also check out the F-14 tomcast too

    • Mububban23
      Mububban23 28 दिन पहले

      @Kuiper921 It was in one of many many videos I watched of current and former pilots talking shop after the release of Top Gun Maverick 🙂

    • Kuiper921
      Kuiper921 28 दिन पहले

      @Mububban23 fighter pilot podcast? heard it a couple times on there from separate people. Naval aviators are definitely a special type of people!

  • Simply Zhou Ye
    Simply Zhou Ye महीने पहले +72

    Would've loved to see them do a tour around their rooms while living on the Roosevelt. show us their bunk beds, mess hall, etc.

    • Special K12
      Special K12 17 दिन पहले +2

      They didn't actually film a lot inside for security reasons. They filmed our mess decks (eating areas), flight deck (where the planes take off), and the Hangar bay (big room that stores equipment). They also didn't walk around the regular sailors much (for their safety) but we all really just wanted them to leave so we could get back to normal operations lol. It was actually a major inconvenience to us, we missed Hawaii for them to film.

    • Flightmaster121
      Flightmaster121 26 दिन पहले +5

      It’s not impressive, it’s loud, hot and cramped.

    • EmiRachelNatalie
      EmiRachelNatalie महीने पहले +1

      @Bull Gator1991 yes, like I love all the work that goes into every movie especially this one cause I'm obsessed with it lmao, I think it should be a standard for all movies to have a 5 minute blooper clip at the end, and HEAPS of behind the scenes stuff so fans can truly appreciate everything that goes into making a block buster.

    • Bull Gator1991
      Bull Gator1991 महीने पहले +6

      I heard the behind the scenes are pretty lacking. I’m a little disappointed because when they said they had shot more film for 1 movie than the entire Lord of the Rings trilogy, I’d assume the behind the scenes would go into great detail.

    GRACIOUS DIGNITY महीने पहले +7

    I always feel such a stunningly breathtaking moment when every fighter plane touch down and taking off at the aircraft carrier of the US Naval Force

  • MdMDmD
    MdMDmD 25 दिन पहले +16

    This really felt like the most "movie" movie I've watched in a long while.

    • John Ross Galloway
      John Ross Galloway 21 दिन पहले +1

      "It really feels like a... movie.. you know?" - Harry Styles

  • Kris Yoder
    Kris Yoder 12 दिन पहले +2

    I a Marine that did 2 cruises from 2001 to 2015 aboard the TR, it will always be one of the greatest warships to me!! there is no better ship out there.

  • Gary H
    Gary H 16 दिन पहले +2

    Being in the Navy is as exciting as watching these movies. Everyone should join and experience the awesomeness of the military.

  • gpapa31
    gpapa31 महीने पहले +43

    Best theater experience I can recall. If this film doesn’t ransack the technical categories (sound, editing, cinematography, VFX, etc) at the Oscars then my faith in the academy is gone for good!

    • William Friar
      William Friar 17 दिन पहले

      Again, Maverick won’t get a mention, and there’s only one reason BP did. Remember, “exception, not the rule.” It was the exception for that ONE reason.

    • gpapa31
      gpapa31 17 दिन पहले

      @William Friar only technical awards. Plus it’s the exception not the rules. The movie along with almost anything else by marvel are video games not fIlms, they don’t deserve to win anything from the serious categories.

    • William Friar
      William Friar 17 दिन पहले

      Black Panther received about a half dozen nominations, including Best Picture. It won three Oscars.

    • gpapa31
      gpapa31 17 दिन पहले

      @William Friar I agree with you up to a certain point. Hollywood is mostly left wing and go for cliche left wing agenda narratives or story elements - sadly - these days. Regardless of that, if we take the woke agenda out, TGM is not a serious drama film with any groundbreaking acting performances. It’s an action blockbuster popcorn flick, one of the best I have ever seen. Throughout the history of the Academy awards (from the 50s) remind me how often do those get Oscar nominations let alone wins in the acting, screenplay or best picture performance categories? Last I checked was Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight, which is action/crime thriller/superhero suspense film. Other than that nothing else comes to mind. BUT, it does stand a huge chance (woke or no woke) in the technical categories i mentioned.

  • clever username
    clever username 28 दिन पहले +8

    I have doubts about Tom's statement about an honorary certification meaning you're "officially in the Navy." I have an honorary Surface Warfare Specialist certification, having participated in a civilian "Tiger" Cruise aboard a DDG, but that's only because my brother _is_ in the Navy and he hooked me up. I admire them, but as a civilian. I would never say I'm "officially in the Navy," that smacks of stolen valor. An honorary doctorate does not an actual doctor make.
    Btw, if you ever get a chance to go on a tiger cruise on a warship, DO IT. Coolest experience ever and the crew seemed to really enjoy having fresh faces aboard that were interested in what they do day to day. The professionalism aboard a US Navy destroyer blew my mind.

    • Verpal
      Verpal 27 दिन पहले +4

      I believe ''honorary certification'' means navy did registered you, cleared you to take off, I don't think the general public would perceive ''officially in the navy'' as is actually enter naval service, but yeah, poor choice of word there.

  • Markus Hiller
    Markus Hiller महीने पहले +23

    Same to me like the fighter pilot in the clip. I wanted to become a naval aviator after watching Top gun. Due to the fact that the german navy doesn't have carriers I was flying ASW Helicopters for 14years an 2500 flying hours.

    • Tunjung Utomo
      Tunjung Utomo महीने पहले +2

      Still an experience millions can only dream of

    • Mark Booth
      Mark Booth महीने पहले +1

      Nothing wrong with that. Hunting down Submarines and keeping ships and sailors safe.

    • FlashCadallic
      FlashCadallic महीने पहले +3

      Thank you for your service.

  • KD84Afc™
    KD84Afc™ 26 दिन पहले +3

    I really enjoyed this film for many reasons, great film making but what really helped was it decided not to film to making political points through out, it just a film how they used to be, tell a story and let people enjoy the visual aspect of the film. It didn't need to virtual signal, look we have a woman fighter pilot, she was there was because she earned it. It didn't need to be pointed out. But overall this film was call back to the 80s genre of film making with 21st century filming techniques and it was worked brilliantly, let people enjoy 2 hours of escapism and to be entertain.


    Top Gun Maverick is one of the greatest films ever made. Period. Hand it the Oscar now, instead ofsome boring bs although film no one will remember in a year's time.

    • Judman
      Judman 23 दिन पहले

      Was not nearly woke enough to get an Oscar.

  • rohit nautiyal
    rohit nautiyal 28 दिन पहले +7

    Tom looked really humbled by the experience! It’s one of its kind

    • angela1984a
      angela1984a 18 दिन पहले

      If only it wasn't for Xenu...

  • Harrison Goldfarb
    Harrison Goldfarb महीने पहले +2

    I love this movie so much! Its the best easily of 2022, and perhaps the 2020s! My only problem is that it suffers from Excessive Orange Syndrome, a common case that affects many modern action movies where scenes are artificially tinted orange. To me, the color grading looks weird and fake. The original under Tony Scott's guidence used the natural sunlight and angles to get that orange effect and it looks real, and enhances the scenes greatly.

  • caomhan84
    caomhan84 महीने पहले +7

    Many years ago, my dad brought back a patch from the TR after he did a ship check there. The carrier was launched on my actual birthday. So he referred to it as "my" aircraft carrier. 😂. I still have that patch.

    • M C
      M C महीने पहले

      That is cute and thanks to your Dad for the service to the Navy 🙏

  • bigmaxy07
    bigmaxy07 26 दिन पहले +1

    Just watched them both back-to-back in the cinema. Seeing the 86 movie again on the big screen was a rush. This new one is something else.

  • Isaac Alonzo
    Isaac Alonzo 21 दिन पहले

    Watched IMAX twice and then 3 more times in 4dx. This movie was so well crafted that you just enjoy it like it's the first time you've seen it.

  • M C
    M C महीने पहले +1

    Such an ode to our Service Men and Women.
    Semper fi
    ❤️🙏😍😘🥰 respect 🫡 respect ✊

  • The Clephane
    The Clephane 3 दिन पहले

    Thank you USN from an old USAF Master Sgt! Great Job, Great Movie! Thank you Tom Cruise and his team!

  • RIL
    RIL 27 दिन पहले

    the greats movie I have ever seen..🤟. I love this movie and also collected the LD at the first release in 1986.
    Time goes by mav, but you are able still maintain your qualification as the fighter pilot thats the legend. You are where you belong ..

  • Geeksmithing
    Geeksmithing 26 दिन पहले +1

    The E-2D Hawkeye and crew was the greatest cameo in film history!

  • Aashish Singh
    Aashish Singh महीने पहले +5

    Man...i wish i could be part of this epic an Actor its dream to fly and make our audience.."How The Heck..did he do That 😱".

  • Booming Bob
    Booming Bob 22 दिन पहले

    Who would’ve thought this would’ve been insanely good

  • Jon Watson
    Jon Watson 25 दिन पहले +4

    I was a part of that world for twenty years. Worked on the F14 tomcatts for 12 of those twenty years. It was an exciting career and would do it all over again.

  • Phil Chen
    Phil Chen 27 दिन पहले

    I have new found respect for Tom Cruise

  • ll NATE DOGG ll
    ll NATE DOGG ll 20 घंटे पहले

    Watched this movie about 4x now and get's better every single time

  • Walter D Wormack
    Walter D Wormack 25 दिन पहले +1

    Penny Benjamin: "For Pete's sake Maverick, YOU'RE IN THE NAVY!"
    Maverick: "I don't SAIL boats, I LAND ON THEM!"
    Top Gun: Maverick's 'nod' to "A Few Good Men"

  • john
    john महीने पहले +4

    What a movie. Well done Tom!

    • angela1984a
      angela1984a 18 दिन पहले

      If only it wasn't for Xenu...

  • Shelby Esters
    Shelby Esters महीने पहले +1

    One of the best movies I've ever seen.

  • Neil R
    Neil R 22 दिन पहले

    Tom Cruise is so deserving of his place in the Navy. He is responsible for recruiting hundreds, maybe thousands of navy personnel.

  • Eunice P.B
    Eunice P.B महीने पहले +5

    Only our greatest icon Tom Cruise as Maverick could kill it with his stunning moves in Top Gun Maverick😊🤗❤️😘🌟👍🙏😇💯👌🌟🙌👏😉

  • Leon Andres Rojas Martinez
    Leon Andres Rojas Martinez महीने पहले

    Best movie ever. I don't remember seeing a better example of the seven art than this.

  • K
    K महीने पहले +6

    I was happily surprised when they opened with Danger Zone

  • Adventure Student
    Adventure Student 24 दिन पहले

    Top Gun is the only thing, that drives the pacifism out of me.

  • Graham Glover
    Graham Glover महीने पहले +3

    While I love the digital download of the movie, IF you get the chance to see this in an IMAX theatre, do it! It is worth it entirely. This movie was done correctly from the start.
    Btw, shoutout to "The Critical Drinker" and his review of "Top Gun: Maverick". If not for him, I'd have dismissed the movie. Bravo "Top Gun: Maverick" cast and crew et al! Bravo Paramount! And thank you!

  • CorePathway
    CorePathway 7 दिन पहले

    I was US Army, air defense. If it flies, it dies ☠️☠️☠️🤣
    Squids never have to dig a foxhole, but some never get to see the sun. Mad respect.

  • UnCatolico
    UnCatolico 25 दिन पहले +1

    My favorite movie. I saw Top Gun Maverick 3 times and I bought the movie also.

  • Robert
    Robert महीने पहले +1

    lived that life and some days miss it. and i was shot off and landed that is some hardcore stuff let me tell you

  • Jay Sartori
    Jay Sartori 6 दिन पहले

    The first movie Top Gun change my life as a kid as it still affected me as an adult!

  • furrycheetah2000
    furrycheetah2000 महीने पहले +2

    Actors and actresses must have a courage too learn new things every day.

  • Aaron Peavler/Geomodelrailroader Railroad Photography

    Thank You to the crew of USS Teddy Roosevelt keep manning the watch.

  • William Tetrault
    William Tetrault 2 दिन पहले

    Loved that movie!

  • racg123
    racg123 27 दिन पहले

    Really enjoyed this film that I watched it two times.

  • Clay S
    Clay S महीने पहले +4

    “You’re in the Navy for Christ sakes”. Demi Moore to Tom Cruise in A Few Good Men

  • Trazyn
    Trazyn महीने पहले

    Thank you for this movie. Sequel doesn't need Tom, bu please don't skimp out on the real planes.

  • Klemheist
    Klemheist 27 दिन पहले +2

    The 'Pretend Aviator' certificate, and Tom's serious pretend appreciation of it, moved me to tears.

  • Boz_0311
    Boz_0311 7 दिन पहले

    The orginial 'Top Gun' movie had a big influence on my son Cmdr. Marc 'Oral Stirton (ret) decision to become a Naval Aviator. Marc recieved his private ticket 10 years after the movie was released when he was 16.. He went on to the University of Arizona NROTC program and graduated in 2000. Was commissioned and was sent to primary flight at NAS Pensecola flying the T-34 Mentor. Then to intermediate and advanced jets at NAS Merdian, MS VT-7 flying the T-2 'Buckeye and T-45 Gooshawk. By the time he earned his 'Wings of Gold' in 2003 the 'Tomcat' was set for retirement. Ended up flying the EA-6B 'Prowler' with VAQ-136 'Guantlets' CVW5 Atsugi, Japan. Flying off the USS Ktty Hawk until 2007. Then he was involved in the development of the EA--18 'Growler' with VX-9 and flying off the 'Big Stick' USS Roosevelt. Marc ended up retiriring after 15 years as a Naval Aviator. He took my three grandsons to see 'Top Gun Maverick.

  • Anders Hansen
    Anders Hansen महीने पहले +2

    What a fucking life this film has had and continues to have in theaters, it's out on digital and the special features are coming out while it's still running in the theaters.

    • Shrinivas Patil
      Shrinivas Patil 29 दिन पहले

      100+ days and still going strong in theatres

  • Dean
    Dean 5 दिन पहले

    Top Gun 2: A love letter to Naval Aviation.

  • Han Han
    Han Han 27 दिन पहले

    The bravest actor ever...👍

  • Fire_Element
    Fire_Element 28 दिन पहले

    These actors signed up for the cruise of their lifetime.

  • Pro Monster YT
    Pro Monster YT महीने पहले +1

    This was a great movie

  • Matt W
    Matt W 25 दिन पहले

    Such an incredible movie

  • plussinc
    plussinc 22 दिन पहले

    I wanto see this movie, again.
    I really moved.

  • Adriana Zambrano
    Adriana Zambrano महीने पहले +1

    Please , more BTS of Penny and Pete ! 🙏😍

  • Ken Rehill
    Ken Rehill 9 दिन पहले

    One of the best ever.

  • Riverbed_Dreaming1232
    Riverbed_Dreaming1232 26 दिन पहले

    It’s funny how the US has so many carriers you can just say ‘hey can we borrow one for a couple weeks of filming complete with its jet complement’ and they reply ‘yeah no problem bud we’ve got plenty spare’

  • xunit62
    xunit62 महीने पहले

    On Labor Day props to the men & women that keep this crazy wonderful nation safe! 😎

  • Old Guy Gaming Network
    Old Guy Gaming Network 25 दिन पहले +1

    LOL Being a pampered VIP on the Roosevelt DOES NOT MEAN YOU LIVED LIKE A SAILOR.

  • Philosopher
    Philosopher महीने पहले

    Great Movie!

  • Freedom621
    Freedom621 महीने पहले +1

    I would have thought the Navy would actually help the movie company to build a real F-14 for Tom Cruise Custom only. Tom will finally own his very own F-14. That would be super cool.

    • Matthew Spriggs
      Matthew Spriggs 24 दिन पहले +1

      @Zain Nensey Iran won't get rid of them. They have numerous pairs.

    • Zain Nensey
      Zain Nensey 24 दिन पहले +1

      @Matthew Spriggs there is talk that Iran will eventually acquire SU-57s like the ones in the final scene of the film. At that point the F-14s will finally be washed out. I wonder if they will be destroyed or sold.

    • Matthew Spriggs
      Matthew Spriggs 27 दिन पहले +1

      They don't want Iran to get ahold of it. We sold them a bunch of F14's during the Iran-Iraq war before the Islamic Revolution. One F14 would allow them to refit and repair several fighters.

  • Chandra Sekhar Vedula
    Chandra Sekhar Vedula 24 दिन पहले

    So Tim Cruise is officially part of Navy as well!

  • Tarn 113
    Tarn 113 29 दिन पहले

    I’d love to spend a week on a carrier.

    • OPTR Dockside Bars
      OPTR Dockside Bars 24 दिन पहले

      @Albanian Antivirus A week is too long lol

    • Albanian Antivirus
      Albanian Antivirus 24 दिन पहले

      @OPTR Dockside Bars thats why he said he'd like to spend a week

    • OPTR Dockside Bars
      OPTR Dockside Bars 29 दिन पहले

      You’d realize very quickly it’s not that great lol

  • Hagmire84
    Hagmire84 महीने पहले +1

    The Navy won't need any advertisement for the next 5 years I'm almost 30 and feel like signing up to try and get on an aircraft carrier

    • Mark0306090120
      Mark0306090120 25 दिन पहले

      @Kevin Oh 100% DCS gives the kick that is needed.

    • Kevin
      Kevin 27 दिन पहले +1

      I'm 35 so that ship has long sailed (pun intended) but I have since gotten into DCS World and man, it's super fun. Especially coming off the Top Gun high.

  • Matthew Delgado
    Matthew Delgado 20 दिन पहले

    USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN) , not USS Roosevelt (DDG). That’s a completely different type of ship.

  • Mk1Male
    Mk1Male 14 दिन पहले +1

    It takes 5000 people to launch an F18 because, if any one person is not doing their job the system breaks down.
    So if the chef burns the breakfast pancakes an F18 can't take off? That's a really big weakness in the system.


    I missed the movie. I really wants to watch it in theatre.

    • Ahmad Mohammed
      Ahmad Mohammed महीने पहले

      @PelikuLAGOM highly unlikely!!!

    • Space_Monkey
      Space_Monkey महीने पहले

      @I’M HERE FOR A GOOD TIME NOT A LONG TIME Hey I'm from india too. I live in hyderabad. Dang I wish they still kept imax in this city.


      @PelikuLAGOM I’m from India. Where can I check it?

    • PelikuLAGOM
      PelikuLAGOM महीने पहले +1

      This will be shown again in a few months with extended version.

  • Marie
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  • M.Necati Sepetcioglu
    M.Necati Sepetcioglu 29 दिन पहले +1

    My father is an F-16 pilot.

  • Lily Cry 💚
    Lily Cry 💚 महीने पहले +1

    Jennifer kissed Tom Cruise (Maverick) at the end of the movie. I was so jealous and furious in this cinema that my blood pressure rose !!... 😭

  • The Corrupted Pumpkin
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  • Outdoor life
    Outdoor life 10 दिन पहले

    Living on a boat for months at a time must suck. Long chow lines, nothing but work

  • Travis Gould
    Travis Gould 23 दिन पहले

    When will this come out on Paramount Plus?

  • Jeffrey Wolf
    Jeffrey Wolf 26 दिन पहले

    It's "TR" or Theodore Roosevelt. No one that knows the ship or served on her calls her "Teddy"

  • Big Smoke Railfanning, Remastered
    Big Smoke Railfanning, Remastered 26 दिन पहले

    Wonder if therre will ever be another topgun, i have so many movie ideas for the franchise.

  • Old Guy Gaming Network
    Old Guy Gaming Network 25 दिन पहले

    We live in a sick society where an actor can get paid more to pretend to be a sailor in a movie than real sailors will make in their lifetime.

  • weaselton
    weaselton 27 दिन पहले

    Ok, So I am curious. Was he flying that thing alone when he did the launch?

    • weaselton
      weaselton 27 दिन पहले

      @Kevin thanks for the reply. That seems logical. Didn't make sense to me they'd have them fly but then I have seen some weird stuff before.

    • Kevin
      Kevin 27 दिन पहले

      No, none of the actors could fly the Super Hornets. They were all filming from the rear seat of the twin seat F-18F while a Naval Aviator was flying. However, Tom Cruise does own the P51 Mustang in real life and flew that in the movie.

  • Vic
    Vic 25 दिन पहले

    0:29 is there a full version to this version of the Top Gun Anthem anywhere?

    • Darrin Ramroop
      Darrin Ramroop 24 दिन पहले here is the playlist

  • Henrik Carlsen
    Henrik Carlsen 24 दिन पहले

    I'm very sceptic regarding the realism of the brutal yanking of the stick and throttle we were carpet bombed with in the movie. It can't be real, and I guess they try to add suspense and action, but I would have preferred a controlled motion instead.

  • Ahmetcan Aksu
    Ahmetcan Aksu 3 दिन पहले

    0:30 look at the tiny tom cruise

  • James K
    James K 25 दिन पहले

    Once again, USS Ronald Reagan CVN 76 gets shafted again. The Stennis, Lincoln, Roosevelt and Kennedy all made appearances in Hollywood movies.

  • D F
    D F 23 दिन पहले +1

    The only no Woke movie of the year.

  • John Ross
    John Ross 11 दिन पहले

    Wait…. There is a scene early where bobble head of Abe Lincoln sitting on the bridge is bobbling when planes are running off the cat. Why the bobble head? Always assumed that was filmed on Abe Lincoln carrier.

  • Vylet
    Vylet 28 दिन पहले

    Who else thinks that Joseph and Tom sound almost the same?

  • farming potato
    farming potato 25 दिन पहले

    I know CV-70, VC-71 (the Rossevelt), and CV-72 are based in my city. The only one not here right now (to my knowledge, is CV-71

  • Alex Vogel
    Alex Vogel 4 दिन पहले

    2:19 what a hot thicc piece of Grumman iron.

  • Kenton
    Kenton 22 दिन पहले

    So if a cook puts too much salt in the eggs one morning the whole system breaks down???

  • Howard Hughes
    Howard Hughes 24 दिन पहले


  • Hunter Steele
    Hunter Steele 28 दिन पहले

    Weren't they also on the Abe Lincoln, and where are the F35s?

    • OPTR Dockside Bars
      OPTR Dockside Bars 28 दिन पहले

      It was filmed aboard both. The Lincoln is seen during the opening sequence of cyclic operations. The TR appears for the mission sequence later in the film.

  • Mark Novack
    Mark Novack 28 दिन पहले

    I should watch the movie.