‘Top Gun: Maverick’ is only so bold

The sequel is largely drained of voice, subversion, or personality in its direction even as it makes space for its many performers to shine through

By George Elkind

Memory punctuates action throughout Top Gun: Maverick in its many flashbacks — but successful evocation of any feeling richer than nostalgia is a bit tougher of a task. As a remarkably sturdy, fan-saluting sequel, Maverick stands comfortably on its own, extending and repeating much of the action and tensions of the first film with some new wrinkles that make it feel like an episode in the same series helmed by a different, lesser name...

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