Written October 06, 2015
This alltime favorite of ours was even more special in the IMAX 3D experience!!!! Why the studio hasn't chosen to advertise this special event is beyond me as the total experience was one that we will never forget...so much so we are planning on seeing it again tonigh!
Written September 28, 2016
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 June 30, 2016
I saw this movie 27 years ago in Japan since I am Japanese:) Then I have been watching over and over. Now I am in GA for almost 8 years and had an opportunity to see this wonderful movie again here in U.S.A. Watched with my husband and 3 children!!
Kids just loved it!! AWESOME to see it with 3D.
I just love everybody in movie!! Especially Maverick & Goose!!
Still can not believe I saw it in U.S.A!!
Best movie forever!!!
Written January 17, 2017
This movie really benefits from big screen and big sound of Imax, but this movie was not designed for 3D. And so the 2D-3D conversion for this movie is just a waste.
Written April 30, 2017
What was I thinking. If it wasn't filmed with an IMAX camera then it won't be the full size IMAX. If it wasn't filmed in 3D then it won't be the 'out in the audience' 3D. There were scenes with the jets that did not turn out all that well and they were not clear and looked as if they were hanging from a string to be filmed. The 3D did add some depth but that was all. Top Gun is still a great movie but the added cost for the movie was all hype. They should have just brought it back even with the 3D but not call it IMAX. I will admit that I did not watch this at a true IMAX but at a conventional theater converted to a mini IMAX. The picture did not fill even this small screen (the aspect ratio was not correct). There was a space at the top and bottom of the screen just like showing a true theater aspect ration on your widescreen TV.