Written July 01, 2015
I grew up watching this movie and just saw it in 3D yesterday and it is still AMAZING! There are of course several details which are now out dated and maybe the captions at the beginning which state the movie takes place in present day was a mistake ... the story of friends, classmates, love, mentors/instructors, etc. - all so well written and acted. I love the new romance where the two share short, unformed sentences and awkward moments which is very realistic of a new romance. To the best friends which can complete each other's sentences and call each other family. Loved the movie from beginning to end!
Written October 05, 2015
I've seen a great many 3d movies and this was probably the poorest example. I'm guessing the age of the movie may have had something to do with it. The Imax sound was awesome, but the 3d effect left a lot to be desired. That aside, it's still a great movie. Harkens back to the day when Tom Cruise was a real actor.
Written January 29, 2015
Awesome! The flying scenes in 3D are a must see. Don't miss it if you have the chance not to. Also, you have to admire how well-preserved Tom Cruise remains till today. Liki him or not ( I like him alot....I think he's great at what he does), you have to appreciate his stick power all these years!
Written November 28, 2015
Not only love the movie with the great music and beautiful plane scenes but really like the 3D effect.
Written February 13, 2013
Watching Top Gun in 3D at IMAX was an exciting experience after all these years when in came out in the late 80s. This classic film is one of a kind without today's computerized visual effects, when I was sitting in the theater I was captivated by the roaring engines of the F-14 Tomcats flying at the speed of light and it made me wish I were a pilot! The great Tom Cruise will always be remembered as Maverick with his famous Ray-Ban aviators, leather jacket and amazing grin, not to mention his famous catchphrase "I feel the need, the need for speed!" Actors Tom Skerritt, Kelly McGillis and Anthony Edwards were brilliant. The soundtrack is also fantastic