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Paramount Sets Lawyers on ‘Top Gun’ Frame-By-Frame Tweets Print E-mail
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Source: TorrentFreak - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Latest News For a month a Twitter account has been tweeting the movie Top Gun to the masses, frame-by-frame, in a project that could take months to complete. Determined to shoot down this patient pirate, Paramount Pictures has just launched the first of what could be many heat-seeking DMCA notices. Back in 1986 the movie Top Gun was nearing the pinnacle of cool.

With the Navy’s elite fighter weapons school as a backdrop, the perfect smile of Tom Cruise to charm the beautiful Kelly McGillis, and the bleached flattop of Val Kilmer to wow the masses, the flick ticked all the 80s boxes. Throw in Kenny Loggins’ ‘Danger Zone’ and to those born in the 70s it didn’t get much better than this.

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