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Desc:Relive all the fun and excitement with old pals Iceman, Maverick, Wolfman, Hollywood, and Merlin!
Category:Classic Movies, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:Top Gun, 80s, Navy, dogfight
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again and again and again, with will farrell..
infinite zest
The best part of that whole movie.

Can someone remind me who the faceless enemy was here?
I saw a red star on one guy, which might indicate Russkies, but then the logical ending for this scene would war declarations, possibly nuclear engagement, which I don't recall happening.

Wow, this is crap.
The way I remember, the bad guys are only referred to as "The Other Side."

Right after this, the gruff commander says something like "the Other Side denies the incident happened." So I guess they were too embarrassed about losing the dogfight to go to war?

Also, they say everything twice. The original script was half the length required for a feature film.

That guy
" So I guess they were too embarrassed about losing the dogfight to go to war?"

That is not the least plausible part of Top Gun. I'd bet that something like that has happened. Similar enough things have gone public.

1:55, the classic and redundant post-take-off barrel roll
Bank left when the guitar riffs.
shit, I thought it was during the drum roll!

infinite zest
These stars are for Goose.
One of the most farcical dogfights in movie history.

F-14 was a cash cow for the military industrial complex...it was very heavy, overly complex, and was the most expensive fighter jet of its time.

in the movie it fights against repainted American F-5s, a jet that weighs just one sixth of what an f-14 does.

While the f-14 could outrun the F-5 easily, it wouldn't stand a chance in the kind of cinematic close combat featured in the film.
Dr. Lobotomy
pfft, the F-5 can't handle Christopher Walken.( http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=23467 )

what makes you think it would survive a close in dogfight with the mighty Tomcat?!

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