Kayleigh McEnany Reviews New ‘Top Gun Maverick’ Movie: ‘Unapologetically Pro-America’

President Donald Trump’s former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany has given her feedback after watching the “Top Gun: Maverick” movie.

The new Tom Cruise film has bucked the “woke” Hollywood trend to be unashamedly pro-American.

The movie is smashing box office records and has taken China to the woodshed by refusing to bow to the Communist regime’s anti-American demands.

The film initially removed the Taiwanese flag on the back of Tom Cruise’s jacket over fears of angering China.

However, the producers realized their mistake and the flag made the final cut.

“I saw ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ yesterday,” Fox News host McEnany said.

“Every showing was selling out at the theater I went to.

“It is unapologetically pro-America and shows what unfathomable bravery and incomparable talent our military has. Wow!

“Not surprised it is breaking records…”

From The Wrap:

“With a four-day estimated opening of $156 million, “Top Gun: Maverick” has passed “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End” for the highest Memorial Day weekend opening ever.

“Even “Maverick’s” three-day opening of $126.7 million ranks fourth-highest among all films released in the U.S. since theaters reopened.”

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“Maverick” surpassed expectations at the ticket booth this weekend. Analysts forecast the film to make closer to $80 million for its weekend opening and $150 million over the four day holiday.

It’s easily Cruise’s biggest debut at the box office over his 40-year career and marks the star’s first $100 million opening.

On top of all of that, “Maverick” is the third-biggest debut of the year behind two superhero films, Marvel’s “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” and Warner Bros.’ “The Batman.”

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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