Celebrating Over 30 Years of Top Gun! #TopGunDay

The Top Gun Naval Fighter Weapons School is where the best of the best train to refine their elite flying skills. When hotshot fighter pilot Maverick (Tom Cruise) is sent to the school, his reckless attitude and cocky demeanor put him at odds with the other pilots, especially the cool and collected Iceman (Val Kilmer). But Maverick isn't only competing to be the top fighter pilot, he's also fighting for the attention of his beautiful flight instructor, Charlotte Blackwood (Kelly McGillis).

I can't believe it's been over 30 years since we first saw Tom Cruise in the movie, Top Gun. I remember watching this movie as a kid, I was born in 1983 and Top Gun came out in 1986, so I didn't actually watch this movie until years later, but I certainly remember watching it and falling in love with the handsome Maverick in this movie. He had a smile like no other and charisma that gave me butterflies.

Now, over 30 years later, we celebrate the movie and that it has been remastered and available on 4K Ultra HD Digital TODAY and on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray to purchase on May 19. I was fortunate enough to get sent a copy of Top Gun on Blu-ray and I have to admit, seeing Maverick on screen all over again gave me butterflies. It was so nice to see watch a movie that reminded me of my childhood and it also got the hubby and I both excited for the Top Gun: Maverick that's set to release at the end of this year. 

Not only do you get to see Top Gun in a much better picture quality, but the bonus features are pretty awesome and include commentary on the 30th anniversary of Top Gun, along with interviews with Tom Cruise and behind the scenes footage as well. 

To join in on the celebration, head over to Twitter, to show off those aviators and tag your wingman and belt out your best version of Danger Zone. Share your favourite quotes, GIFs, and memories using #TopGunDay. Follow @TopGunMovie on Twitter and stay tuned all day for more fun!
Disclosure: All opinions are my own. I received Top Gun on blu-ray at no cost for the purpose of this review. No other compensation was received. 


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