That viewers around the world flock to theaters to see a feature film like Top Gun: Maverick it is understandable. Like her predecessor, the late Tony Scott, she taps into something as useful as nostalgia. But, regardless of what the public thinks, what a filmmaker with as many followers as Quentin Tarantino sure it’s relevant. Above all, after the controversy that unleashed on the first film.
“Normally, I don’t talk much about new movies because then I’m only forced to say good things or else I’m bugging somebody. And I don’t want to do that”, the director wanted to explain. Quentin Tarantino in the podcast of Cinemablend, showing reasonable regard for the artistic work of their colleagues. “But in this case, [quiero decir que] I’m lovin ‘it Top Gun: Maverick. I think that is fantastic. I saw her at the cinema. that and West Side Storyof Spielberg”.
“Both of them provided me with a true cinematic spectacle, the kind I almost thought I would never see again,” Quentin Tarantino continues. “It was wonderful. But it also has a charming appearance. Lovely because I love Tony Scott’s movies so much and I love Tony so much that that’s the closest we’ll ever get to seeing one more of his movies.” And for him, “[Joseph Koskinski] did a great job” and “Tony’s respect and love is in every frame.”
‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Is ‘Fucking Great’ For Quentin Tarantino
“[Tony Scott] He was in almost every decision. She was spiritually right there, but in a really cool way that she was very respectful. And I think she was in every decision that Tom made. [Cruise] in the movie,” continues Quentin Tarantino. And he finishes: “It’s the closest we’ll ever get to seeing another Tony Scott movie, and it’s fucking great.”. So the Tennessee filmmaker has been so charmed Top Gun: Maverick like the rest of the spectators who have made it a box office triumph.
These statements help understand the controversy about Sid, whom he embodies in Sleep with meRory Kelly’s romantic comedy. Specifically, because of the delirious monologue in which he assures that Top Gun: Idols of the Air hides a gay plot. Although actors should not be confused with the characters they play, this is difficult at times. Because of the great personality of the former, which can influence that of the latter. Like his in that character’s.
From the recognizable style of his words, we suspect that Quentin Tarantino he wrote the scene, although he was not credited for it. Nevertheless, the declarations what he has done now about the recent sequel to the adventures of the incorrigible Pete Mitchell, directed by Joseph Kosinski, have undoubtedly come out of his own mouth. And, since they are more than a compliment and Tony Scott he was his friend, we can’t think that what Sid claims was a malicious mockery.