‘Top Gun: Maverick’ streaming details: where you can buy it

If you’re about to kick into high gear and zoom straight into the danger zone, we’ve got you covered.

Top Gun: Maverick is now available to buy and play on your own TV or laptop loud enough to rattle your neighbors’ windows. While streaming details are yet to be confirmed for Paramount+, you can now purchase the film on a variety of platforms detailed below. Since opening in theaters in May, the Superior gun sequel grossed $1.35 billion at the worldwide box office. This deserves a “GREAT BAAAALLS OF FINIIRE!” at all costs.

The film, which takes place 30 years after the original, sees Tom Cruise return to his famous role as Pete “Maverick” Mitchell. He now forms the last remaining group of unruly elite naval aviators, including Bradley “Rooster” Bradshaw (Miles Teller), the son of his best friend, Nick “Goose” Bradshaw, who died during an operation in the first film. Val Kilmer also returns as Tom “Iceman” Kazansky, which gets one of the film’s most poignant scenes.


‘Top Gun: Maverick’ review: Exactly what you expect, for better or worse

Mav spends her time trying to catch up with Rooster, while accidentally buying rounds for everyone at Penny’s (Jennifer Connelly) bar, annoying her VADM Commander Beau “Cyclone” Simpson (Jon Hamm), and getting ready for a mission. dangerous with young airmen. But if you really feel the need for speed, the stunts in Top Gun: Maverick are some of the best, most ambitious, and most expensive you’ll see in an action movie.

how can i watch Top Gun: Maverick on line?

Top Gun: Maverick is now available for purchase from Prime Video(opens in a new tab)AppleTV(opens in a new tab)google play(opens in a new tab)Youtube(opens in a new tab)and other video-on-demand platforms.

It is also set to air on Paramount+, but no release date has been announced.

Reviews have been mixed but mostly positive for director Joseph Kosinski’s film – and viewers seem to love it, according to its 99% viewership score on Rotten Tomatoes. Depends on whether you like the way the movie uses throwbacks or not, and how you feel about the nostalgia

Here’s an excerpt from our review by Kristy Puchko, Mashable’s Associate Entertainment Editor:

In the moment, Top Gun: Maverick is a fun action flick that relies heavily on audiences’ love of the original to drive it through. It’s not just the callbacks and returning characters, but the repeated beats and reworking of the soundtrack that make this not so much a sequel as a victory lap for the character and Cruise as well. And honestly, it’s pretty heartwarming entertainment. But should a film about a life-or-death mission be so safe?

Nostalgia is one thing, but repeating the same plots, resuscitating the same archetypes, and rub shoulders with relics of pop culture’s past made for a movie that feels sanitized instead of sensational, safe instead of sexy. Essentially, this franchise has lost that feeling of love. And with that gone (gone, gone), so is the thrill.

You can watch the high-flying trailer over on Mashable. This is one of the best trailers of the year (so far).

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