Yet, somehow, Top Gun: Maverick soars and is one of the best action movies I've seen in recent times. It's efficient and compelling with a plot grounded in reality. Coupled with a dynamic camera that will satisfy any audience member's need for speed, fans of the first movie will leave theaters feeling like they've had the ride of their life.
It becomes an exercise in frustration watching the Transformers go at it again. It's like, they never learn. There's an overwhelming sense of deja vu coming from the plot beats mixed with annoyance at the jarring and pace-breaking reliance on comedic bits. It also doesn't help that the production suffers from its driven decision to... Continue Reading →