->'''Maverick''': I feel the need...\\
'''Maverick and Goose''': ...the need for speed!

The movie in which Creator/TomCruise flies [[CoolPlane F-14 Tomcats]] and gives the [[CommieLand Commie Landers]] the finger while playing volleyball.

Okay, a bit more detail. ''Top Gun'' (1986) was inspired by a magazine article on Navy pilots. The screenwriters and director Creator/TonyScott viewed it as "[[JustForFun/XMeetsY Sports Movie meets jets]]". In it, a hotshot pilot named "Maverick" (Cruise) is sent to the [=TOPGUN=][[note]] Which is the actual name of the real-life school - all caps, no space[[/note]] training school, a five-week workshop where pilots learn how to really kick ass in an OldSchoolDogfight. Here Maverick has to deal with competition from fellow pilots, and conquer his own demons, while still finding time to romance his civilian instructor Charlotte (Kelly [=McGillis=]).

The film had [[BackedByThePentagon full cooperation from the Pentagon]], and much of its aerial combat was shot "reel for real" using actual Navy hardware. (So real, somebody died making it.) It was an unanticipated success and caused an immediate boost in Navy enlistment figures, to the point that they started putting recruiting booths right there in the theatre.

In June of 2015 it was confirmed that [[http://www.zimbio.com/Screen+News/articles/pGX7xERQidW/Top+Gun+2+Is+Really+Happening a sequel was in development]] with Tom Cruise reprising his role as Maverick.

!!Tropes contained therein:

* AcePilot: Obviously. As far as particular styles:
** Iceman is described as a Steamroller. To paraphrase Goose, he just stays on you and harries you relentlessly until you make a mistake.
** During one exercise Viper and Jester collaborate as a Plugger and Bushwhacker/Sniper respectively, with Viper drawing an overeager Maverick off while Jester sneaks up on him from another direction.
** Mav doesn't really have any particular style; he flies almost entirely on instinct. At one point he flat-out states to Charlie that, "You think, you're dead."
* ActuallyFourMooks: The [=MiG=] pilots like to fly in close formation to disguise their radar signatures as fewer planes than are actually present. This is TruthInTelevision, and has also been used by American pilots from time to time.
* AnonymousRinger: The nation whose air force the main characters fly against is never named. Speculation pegs it as South Yemen, a then Soviet client. IMDB suggests it was intended to be North Korea, which is rather unlikely as dialogue in the film establishes the setting as the Indian Ocean.
* ArtisticLicenseMilitary:
** There's strict protocol on ''who'' gets to fly jets - Maverick, who's already noted for having issues with authority, most likely wouldn't have been a candidate. It's {{hand wave}}d by him been vouched for (much to his headache) by a well-respected officer, who's somehow managed to shield Maverick from getting his rank busted down thrice affect him too badly. In real life, this is usually a death sentence for advancing in rank. But he's Maverick.
*** Furthermore, after [[spoiler: Goose's death in a training accident,]] Maverick would in reality be immediately out of the program and into psychiatric evaluation.
** The real TOPGUN is simply pass-fail and there are no rankings or trophies to be won because, due to the personalities of those accepted into the program, everyone would kill themselves pulling wild stunts to try and beat their fellow aviators.
** The real TOPGUN wasn't a Tomcat pilots only school - it was intended for all fighter squadrons, including Marine Corps fighter squadrons to send a pilot here. Therefore, there should have been quite a few F/A-18 Hornet pilots, including Marine Hornet pilots in that class.
** Since TOPGUN drew one aircrew from each squadron, Ice, Slider, Hollywood and Wolfman shouldn't have returned to the ''Enterprise'' with Maverick. They should have returned to their original squadrons. Even if they were from ''different'' squadrons deployed on the ''Enterprise'', they should have had no business telling Maverick's CO to ground him. Nor should they have been in the same flight element on this sortie.
* AsHimself: T.J. Cassidy as himself.
* AwardBaitSong[=/=]EarWorm: Take my breath awaaaaaaaaay...
** Also: Highway to the daaaaaaanger zone!
* BadassBiker: Maverick, when he's not flying.
* BadassBoast:
--> '''Iceman''': I don't like you because you're dangerous.\\
'''Maverick''': That's right, Ice... Man. I ''am'' dangerous.
* BadassMustache: Goose and Viper.
* BaldOfAwesome: Stinger, Maverick's commanding officer on the ''Enterprise''.
* BigWhat: During the climactic dogfight with the [=MiGs=]:
-->'''Merlin''': What are you doing? You're slowing down. You're slowing down!
-->'''Maverick''': I'm bringing him in closer.
-->'''Merlin''': You're gonna do '' WHAT?!?''
* BoyMeetsGirl: A classic, if initially a little strange, example. [[IntroductionByHookup Boy bangs girl in bar before finding out she's one of his instructors.]] Boy and girl fall hard. Girl gets job in D.C. and leaves. [[spoiler:Girl hears boy came back to be an instructor in his own right and flies out to see him.]]
** Whether or not he actually banged Charlie in the ladies' room is very debatable. The line "I'm going to need a beer to put these flames out" suggests that Maverick didn't bang her and instead just got her to say "Your friend was magnificent" to Goose so that he could win the bet.
* BruiserWithASoftCentre: Maverick.
** Maverick's CO, Stinger, also counts. He's built like a fireplug and he tears both Maverick and Goose a new asshole, but he begins with a soft "Maverick, you just did an incredibly brave thing..." and ends with "Good luck, Gentlemen."
* BunnyEarsLawyer: Maverick. He's too hotheaded for his own good, but he's one of the absolute best pilots around.
* BuzzingTheTower: Maverick has a history of doing these over control towers, and one [[TheGeneralsDaughter admiral's daughter]]. In the course of the film he does it twice more, both time causing the control Sergeant to spill coffee on himself.
* ChekhovsSkill: A couple of notable ones:
** [[DodgeByBraking "I'll hit the brakes, he'll fly right by."]]
** The [=MiG=]-28s flying in tight formation so as to disguise their individual radar signatures.
* CodeName: Aviator callsigns, but here they're far cooler than RL examples. The credits demonstrate this.
* ColorCodedCharacters: The pilot-RIO pairings wear matching shirts beneath their flight suits to help identify who's in which plane when everyone has their oxygen masks on.
* CommandingCoolness: Commander Mike "Viper" Metcalf and Commander Tom "Stinger" Jordan definitely qualify.
* ComingInHot: Cougar goes a bit crazy after a close encounter with some [=MiGs=], and has to be talked down, despite there being nothing wrong with his plane itself.
* CoolOldGuy: Viper.
* CoolPlane: The F-14 Tomcat.
** And at least an honorable mention to the A-4 Skyhawk and F-5E Tiger II ("[=MiG=]-28").
* CoughSnarkCough: Iceman's reaction to Maverick's [=MiG=] story.
* CrowdSong: "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQtGZKdW0Xc "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'"]]
* DeadpanSnarker: Goose, by a long shot.
--> ''"Is this your idea of fun, Mav?"''\\
''"The Defense Department regrets to inform you that your sons are dead because they were stupid."''
* [[DefrostingIceQueen Defrosting Iceman]]: Iceman, by the end of the film.
* DisappearedDad: Maverick's father was shot down and killed in an unnamed conflict.
* DisqualificationInducedVictory: The pilot Cougar loses his cool and turns in his wings. So Maverick and Goose get a slot at the Fighter Weapons school in his place. Their commander wanted to ground them both after their antics with [[UsefulNotes/ColdWar Soviet MiGs]].
* DodgeByBraking: The TropeMaker in modern film making, Maverick uses this technique to make his enemies overshoot. It works every time.
** So as not to give the wrong idea, he only does it twice, each time to a different opponent which is why it is listed above as a ChekhovsSkill. In actuality, this was a trick taught at the real TOPGUN since its founding during the UsefulNotes/VietnamWar
* DrillSergeantNasty: Averted by the instructors at Top Gun; while they may be stern taskmasters at times, they never raise their voices very much and really have their students' best interests in mind.
* TheDreaded: Viper. Oh, sure, he might just be an instructor, but even his ''presence'' on the field is enough to give the trainees pause.
-->'''Viper:''' ''(cheerfully)'' Good morning, gentlemen. The temperature is 110 degrees...\\
'''Wolfman:''' Holy shit, it's Viper!\\
'''Goose:''' Viper's up here? Great! [--...oooh, shit!--]\\
'''Maverick''': Great, he's probably saying, "Holy shit, it's Maverick and Goose".\\
'''Goose''': [[SarcasmMode Yeah,]] [[DeadpanSnarker I'm sure he's saying that...]]
* DueToTheDead: [[spoiler:Maverick throws his dearly departed friend's dog tags into the sea after winning the dogfight.]]
* EjectEjectEject: [[http://www.hark.com/clips/smqwrkjbxn-i-cant-reach-the-ejection-handle Maverick to Goose.]]
* {{Expy}}: Maverick was supposedly one for Randy "Duke" Cunningham, the last naval aviator to make "Ace" by downing five enemy aircraft. He even used Maverick's "hit the brakes and he'll fly right by" SignatureMove to earn that fifth aircraft kill.
* FacelessGoons: With visors and masks, everyone is technically faceless in the fighting scenes, but the U.S. pilots wear coloured helmets with their names on them and rarely use their visors, while the enemy pilots just have black always-visored helmets with a red star on.
** Notably, the U.S. pilots are also frequently shown flying with their oxygen masks dangling to the side. This provides a minor LockAndLoadMontage - the pilots snap their masks in place when they are about to enter combat.
* {{Fanservice}}: The volleyball scene, the shower scene(s).
* FatalFamilyPhoto: {{Downplayed}}. Cougar has such a photo, but Maverick prevents him from crashing. Cougar then turns in his wings, meaning he's resigning from being a pilot.
* FighterLaunchingSequence
* FlippingTheBird: Maverick does it to the [=MiG=] pilot while inverted and snapping photos. Goose does it to the entire briefing room while telling the story of their aerobatic international relations.
* GatlingGood: The shots of the [=MiGs=] firing their guns during the final dogfight cut to a shot of a Minigun firing. The F-14 carries an internal 20mm Vulcan cannon as well, but it's never used on-screen (though it's referenced a couple times when various planes get too close for missiles in the simulated dogfights). [[JustPlaneWrong No [=MiG=] fighters in reality carry a gatling gun; the only [=MiG=] plane to use one is the [=MiG-27=], a ground attack airplane.]]
* TheGeneralsDaughter: A high-speed pass over an ''admiral's'' daughter is mentioned a couple of times, [[NoodleIncident but we never hear the whole story]]. It's within the realm of possibility that Maverick didn't ''literally'' do a high speed pass over the admiral's daughter; in fact it's strongly implied that Stinger was being figurative and that Mav had a fling with her.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: This film practically ''flaunts'' crap for the radar. How they managed a PG rating with that sex scene is a miracle.
** Averted with BBFC rating - the film had a 15 on initial release, and 12 on the Special Edition being submitted for rating.
* GlassesPull: Maverick, near constantly.
* GodHelpUsAll: Stinger's semi-facetious response when Maverick suggests becoming a TOPGUN instructor.
* GuyInBack: Goose, for Maverick, here referred to as a RIO (Radar Intercept Officer). Slider, for Iceman. Later, [[spoiler:Sundown and Merlin take Goose's place.]]
* HelmetsAreHardlyHeroic: While all pilots do wear helmets, none of the named characters have their sun visors covering their eyes while flying (not even strict "by the book" pilots like Jester or Viper).
* HeroicBSOD: Maverick is stuck in one after [[spoiler:Goose's death.]]
** Cougar has one in-flight after an enemy fighter gets a missile lock on him.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: Maverick and Goose. It is strongly implied that they have been friends and flight-team partners for quite some time, and at one point Maverick calls Goose "the only family I've got."
* HotBlooded: Maverick, who likes yanking stunts like the picture-taking with the [=MiG=] at dangerously close range and abandoning his wingman for a perfect shot. His ego's writing checks his body can't cash, and it's noted he got it from his father.
* HotScientist: Charlie, the leggy blonde astrophysicist, definitely qualifies.
* ImprobablePilotingSkills: Maverick, most of the time.
* InappropriatelyCloseComrades: Just averted; the makers of the film were [[BackedByThePentagon asked by the US Navy]] to change Maverick's love interest from a female enlisted member of the Navy to a civilian contractor with the Navy, due to the US military's prohibition of fraternization between officers and enlisted personnel.
* InsistentTerminology: Maverick corrects Charlie when she calls him a "pilot." TruthInTelevision, the Navy has ''Aviators'', not "pilots" for flying aircraft. A Navy ''pilot'' steers ships, not airplanes.
* IntroductionByHookup: Mav tries to pick up a random blonde at a bar near the base. Next day the blonde, Charlie, is briefing him and the other Top Gun students on the performance differences between the [=MiG-28=] and the American planes standing in for them. After he corrects her on something her intel says the 28 can't do but he saw it pull off:
--> '''Charlie:''' You never told me you were a famous [=MiG=] insulter.\\
'''Maverick:''' Would it have made a difference?\\
'''Charlie:''' Not in the ladies room, no.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Iceman.
** JerkassHasAPoint: Iceman's criticisms of Maverick's flying habits (particularly involving wingmen) are repeatedly shown to be accurate, to the point where most of Maverick's character growth involves them finally sinking in.
* JoinTheArmyTheySaid: Retroactively, it was discovered that the film made an incredible recruitment tool for the Navy. However, one must be an ''officer'' to fly.
** The Navy still won out though. While many of those that joined the Navy were unable to fly (either because they weren't officers, or just didn't meet the requirements to be a pilot), many of those that joined would likely end up working on the F-14 (among other aircraft). Given that the F-14 is an exceptionally complex aircraft to maintain, the Navy needed those maintainers just to keep the prized Tomcats ''flying''.
* JustPlaneWrong:
** Very much so. Most notably, all combat takes place within what the military would consider spitting distance; the flame-out scene, which is a [[TruthInTelevision real defect of the F-14]], should have happened much earlier than it did. In all fairness, the military pilots doing the flying pointed this out, and the filmmakers agreed to try shooting actual aerial combat. The result was that you couldn't ''see'' anything, and RealLife bowed to RuleOfCool.
** During the dogfight scene, the [=MiGs=] are shown repeatedly firing their gatling guns. Not only are there no air superiority [=MiGs=] that have gatling guns, but the guns are shown almost fully exposed so that the barrels can be seen rotating. Modern fighters that do have gatling guns (actually rotary cannons) carry them internally, within the fuselage, so as not to interfere with the air flow over the plane. The cannons actually fire through a small opening and none of the cannon is exposed.
** There is no such plane as the [=MiG-28=]. Even if there was, [=MiG=] naming traditions mean that it would be a odd-number. The only even-numbered Mikoyan-Gurevich plane was the -6, a ground-attack aircraft from UsefulNotes/WorldWarII.
** Averted in the spin and crash. Earlier F-14s with the [=TF30=] were legendary for their problems, including air-flow and flameouts. Add to that the Tomcat's nasty spin characteristics, the fact that a spin will push the crew forward away from the ejection handles (later models moved them), and to top it all off, one RIO [[spoiler:died exactly the same way that Goose did]].
** Also an amusing InUniverse example when American intelligence on the fictional [=MiG-28=] says that the plane has problems pulling negative ''G''s, except that in the opening sequence Mav followed, then got above, one through a -4 ''G'' dive and was close enough to [[FlippingTheBird give the other pilot the finger from two meters above him]].
* LoveTheme: Berlin's "Take My Breath Away", which plays pretty much anytime Maverick and Charlie are together.
* MilitaryMaverick: Call sign "Maverick".
* MissileLockOn: Constantly during the aerial combat scenes. Ironically, most of the dogfights in the film take place INSIDE the minimum effective range of the missiles carried by the aircraft in the film, as noted by several characters when 'switching to guns', yet they go back to missiles by the time they actually fire.
* NiceGuy: Goose, in spades. A devoted family man, liked by everyone, and pretty much the only one who can rein his impetuous partner in. [[spoiler: Naturally, he dies two-thirds of the way through the film.]]
* NintendoHard: The NES video game, thanks to those bloody difficult carrier landings.
* NomDeGuerre: All of the aviators. Gets a LampshadeHanging when Maverick [[WhoNamesTheirKidDude introduces himself this way to a stranger.]]
* NoodleIncident: Apparently one reason Mav's still just a lieutenant (besides being a BunnyEarsLawyer) is because he [[TheGeneralsDaughter hit on an admiral's daughter]] at one point. Or something to that effect.
** Also, Goose to Maverick: "You have to have carnal knowledge -- of a lady this time -- on the premises"
* NumberTwo: Jester to Viper.
* OhCrap:
** Wolfman's reaction to learning he's up against Viper, as well as Goose's.
** Maverick and Goose's reaction when they realize that their new instructor is the woman they'd hit on the night before.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Goose's actual name is never stated onscreen. Everyone, even his wife, just calls him Goose. His real name was [[spoiler:Nick Bradshaw.]]
* PlotDrivenBreakdown: The carrier's catapult breaks down in the climax, preventing the launch of more aircraft to assist Maverick and Iceman.
* PunctuatedForEmphasis: Maverick was already upset at Charlie for dressing him down for pushing the envelope at a training exercise debriefing. It didn't help that she nearly hit two cars [[CarChase trying to follow him afterward]].
-->'''Maverick:''' JESUS CHRIST! And you think ''I'm'' reckless?! When ''I'' fly, I'll have you know that '''''MY CREW! AND MY PLANE! COME FIRST!'''''
* RatedMForManly: And...''HOW''!
** Personified in this quote:
-->'''Wolfman''' (watching footage of of planes getting shot down): This gives me a hard-on.
* RedOniBlueOni: Maverick and Iceman. Maverick and Goose.
** However, Maverick wears a BLUE helmet, while Goose wear's ORANGE.
* TheRival: Iceman for Maverick, who doesn't like Maverick's habit of abandoning his wingmen. Ice wins the Top Gun trophy, but Mav eventually earns his respect [[spoiler:in the final battle when he at last learns to never abandon his wingman thereby saving Iceman's ass]].
* RunningGag: The Air Boss can't seem to keep his coffee in the cup when Maverick "buzzes the tower".
** "I'm sorry, I hate it when he/she/it does that."
* ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight: Also an EstablishingCharacterMoment, in the beginning, Maverick aborts his landing to help the badly-shaken Cougar land his plane even though he's low on fuel himself.
* SecondPlaceIsForLosers: Viper says it best during orientation:
--> "Gentlemen, this school is about combat. There are no points for second place."
* SerenadeYourLover: Featuring "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling", albeit for a one-night stand than a lover.
* ShirtlessScene: Beach volleyball.
* ShownTheirWork: With certain exceptions made because of RuleOfCool, this movie is a pretty accurate portrayal of US Naval aviation.
** Special mention goes to the accident resulting in [[spoiler: Goose's death]]; both the engine flameout due to jetwash and the danger to the RIO of ejecting during a flat spin are known faults of the F-14A.
* SlapSlapKiss: The relationship between Maverick and Charlie, especially at first.
** In real life, Creator/TomCruise and [=Kelly McGillis=] despised each other.
* SmallRoleBigImpact: Cougar. It's because of his HeroicBSOD in the beginning that Maverick and Goose get to go to Top Gun.
* TeacherStudentRomance: Between Maverick and Charlie.
* TechnicianVersusPerformer: Iceman and Maverick, respectively. It's ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin.
* TheyCallMeMisterTibbs: When Maverick and Goose first meet Iceman and Slider at the bar, Slider says, "It's Mr. Iceman to you."
* TimeMarchesOn:
** The Top Gun school left Miramar years ago. It's now based in Nevada under a different name and teaches both air combat -and- ground-attack.
** F-14s, which feature so prominently in the film, have all been retired from service with the Navy. While the A-4 as a aggressor has also been retired, the navy still uses the bad guys' plane, the [=MiG-28=] (in reality the F-5), for aggressor combat.
** Despite still being a minority, it would now be very unusual for absolutely no women to be seen serving aboard a carrier.
** The USS ''Enterprise'' has since been deactivated.
* TomboyishName: Charlotte "Charlie" Blackwood.
* TragicBromance: [[spoiler: Goose dies in a training accident, and Maverick almost dies on the inside.]]
* WeaponsUnderstudies: A-4s and F-5s for [=MiGs=]. A-4s and F-5s were chosen by the actual [=TOPGUN=] training seminar for "Dissimilar Air Combat Training," which is military jargon for, "We can't get real [=MiGs=], but these planes can be modified to have have similar flight characteristics of just about any soviet fighter (the f-5 interestingly enough is still the most maneuverable fighter in subsonic flight in the US military except for thrust vectoring planes), so they'll do." They did actually have some Russian planes in the Constant Peg program, but its existence was classified at that time.
* WellDoneSonGuy: Inverted. [[spoiler: Maverick's dad died in air combat, and Maverick is constantly reassuring himself that his father was, indeed, the ace that he has told himself since childhood. Viper, whose role is partly BigBrotherMentor, eventually assures him that this was the case.]]
* WhamShot: Maverick and Goose [[spoiler: Finally eject from their falling fighter, only for Goose to fatally crash headfirst into the the ejected canopy, [[NeckSnap snapping his neck]]. He is already dead when his parachute opens.]]
* WhatTheHellHero: Maverick spends most of the movie flying unpredictably and/or recklessly, putting himself, his wingmen, and his aircraft at risk. Consequently, he ends up on the receiving end of these from his commanders, his peers, his girlfriend, and even Goose. Seemingly the only reason he hasn't been thrown out of the Navy altogether by now is because [[BunnyEarsLawyer he's just that good]].
** First, Stinger gives him an earful after he risks his aircraft to rescue Cougar and Merlin.
--->'''Stinger''': Maverick, you just did an incredibly brave thing. WHAT YOU SHOULD HAVE DONE WAS LAND YOUR PLANE. You don’t own that plane, the taxpayers do! Son, your ego is writing checks your body can’t cash. You’ve been busted and lost your qualifications as section leader THREE TIMES, put in hack twice by me, with a history of high-speed passes over five air-control towers, and one admiral’s daughter! … And let's not bullshit, Maverick, your family name ain’t the best in the Navy. You need to be doing it better and cleaner than the other guy.
** Iceman tells Mav off in the locker room for his cowboy tendencies in the air on two separate occasions.
--->'''Iceman''': You guys really are cowboys. … You’re everyone’s problem. That's because every time you go up in the air, you’re unsafe. I don’t like you because you’re dangerous.
*** Later, after Maverick leaves him to chase after Viper, resulting in both of them being shot down in the exercise…
--->'''Iceman''': Maverick, it’s not your flying, it’s your attitude. The enemy’s dangerous, but right now you’re worse than the enemy…you’re dangerous and foolish. You may not like the guys flying with you, and they may not like you. But whose side are you on?
** Viper after Mav breaks the hard deck in the first TOPGUN exercise (and then buzzes the tower on the way back in).
--->'''Viper''': You took [the shot]…AND BROKE A MAJOR RULE OF ENGAGEMENT. Then you broke another one with that circus stunt fly-by. Gentlemen, TOPGUN rules of engagement exist for your safety and that of your team. They are not flexible, nor am I. Either obey them or you're history. Is that clear?
** Goose expresses his concerns in their quarters after their trip to Viper’s office.
--->'''Goose''': When I realized we were off to TOPGUN, all I could think about was that trophy. I’ve got to be straight with you, Mav…right now, I just hope we graduate. I’ve got a family to think about, I can’t afford to blow this. I know the Academy rejected you because you’re Duke Mitchell’s kid and you have to live with that reputation. But it’s like you’re flying against a ghost. It makes me nervous.
** Sundown gets on Maverick’s case when he refuses to take an easy shot at Jester after [[spoiler: Goose’s death]].
--->'''Sundown''': What do you mean, “It doesn’t look good?” It doesn’t GET to look any better than that!\\
[After landing] '''Sundown''': Hey, we could have had him…we could have HAD him, Mav!\\
'''Maverick''': [grabs Sundown] I will fire when I'm goddamn good and ready! You got that?!
** Charlie confronts him in the airport lounge [[spoiler: after he apparently quits TOPGUN]].
--->'''Charlie''': So I’m too late. You’ve already left. You didn’t learn a damn thing, did you…except to quit. Well, you’ve got that maneuver down real good. So long, Pete Mitchell.
** While Mav is having his “Talk to me, Goose” moment during the climactic dogfight, Merlin is yelling at him in the background.
--->'''Merlin''': C’mon, Mav, get back to the fight! Ice is in trouble, what the hell are you doing??? He won’t last down there alone!
* WhoNamesTheirKidDude: Nicknames really but the effect is the same.
-->'''Charlotte''': I'm Charlotte Blackwood.\\
'''Maverick''': I'm Maverick.\\
'''Charlotte''': Did your mother not like you?\\
'''Maverick''': No, it's my call sign.