Every film that has ever been nominated for an Academy Award in any category. Enjoy!
The Game Has Changed.
Sam Flynn, the tech-savvy and daring son of Kevin Flynn, investigates his father's disappearance and is pulled into The Grid. With the help of a mysterious program named Quorra, Sam quests to stop evil dictator Clu from crossing into the real world.
I hated this movie when I saw it at the theatre. I liked it when I bought one more ticket a week later. I loved it when I re-watched it again yesterday.
The reason was, as it often is, mismatched expectations. The plot here was clearly written in BASIC with a lot of GO TO statements, and the actors feel as incompatible as various 8-bit platforms of the early 1980s. Someone once quipped, cynically, that the legacy of Tron: Legacy was only two things: a) the soundtrack and b) Olivia Wilde’s haircut.
There’s, however, so much more. Tron’s virtual world, made of glass and neon, is beautiful, meticulous, and enthralling. The visuals, the sound editing, the soundtrack all make it…
I keep coming back to this flick.
I've got love for you if you like this movie.
>: FLYNN LIVES
I can not even explain to you how much I love this movie. Sure, the young digital Jeff Bridges face is disgusting and the plot is god awful, but it's seriously one of the most beautiful movies I've ever seen. The lightcycle scene and Kevin Flynn's hideout are like my new porn. And don't even get me started on the soundtrack! Daft Punk have created a thing of beauty with that one. So turn off your brain and just enjoy the eye/eargasms.
I have a real soft spot for the original Tron. The story might be weak and the film has some major pacing issues but I can't fail but to be transported back to a time when I first saw the film and how it's pioneering visuals transfixed me as a child. Unfortunately the older I become the harder I find it to look beyond a films major failings and to just be transported to a fantastical place. It does happen sometimes, Speed Racer being a good example, but sadly, try as I might, I was unable to see Tron Legacy through the eyes of my seven year old self.
The film does get some things very well. The Daft Punk…
When I first saw the shaky-cam YouTube video featuring 6,500 geeks roaring their guts out with delight and surprise as the TR2N (as it was then known) trailer unexpectedly played at the end of a Disney Comic-Con panel in 2008, I actually started crying. A deep nostalgic wound opened up - I remembered bunking off school to go and see Tron at the cinema with my dad. I remembered feeling hot tears when I accidently broke my replica light cycle in the playground. I remembered lying in bed at night, pulling my Tron duvet (which I still own) up around my ears as if trying to escape into its virtual world, while it muffled the sound of my parents arguing…
"Your old man's about to knock on the sky and listen to the sound".
All four stars go to Jeff Bridge's robe.
El videoclip más caro de Daft Punk.
Apart from the man character, Sam Flynn, I really like this movie. Olivia Wilde is adorable as Quorra, those eyes!
Love the visual style
Two decades ago, young Sam (Garrett Hedlund) was told by his father, Flynn (Michael Douglas), a master programmer and creator of the best-selling video games ever, of a world inside the computer, and that they'd go there together one day…then, Flynn mysteriously disappeared. Now all grown up and living on his own, Sam wants nothing more than the realization of his father's dream. Out of nowhere, a former co-worker of Flynn's says that Flynn paged him…from a number that was disconnected years ago. Determined to figure out the real story, Sam investigates…and finds himself in the digital realm that his father spoke of. Unfortunately, not all is well in that world; Clu, a digital clone that Flynn created of…
It might as well be a remake of the first one. It has got to be one of the longest time between a sequel.
Nothing new in relation to a plot but the effect are next level. I could watch it over and again for that alone.
I fight for the users.
Pure 3D bliss, period.
Back in 2010 when this first came out and I was around fourteen years old I thought this movie was great. It was just a little bit before I started properly getting into movies, reading reviews and stuff like that. The critical reception of it was pretty average, and back at the time I defended the film quite a bit. Now re-watching it a good bit later I realise all the glaring issues the film has. It's a bit of a shame considering how greatly I enjoyed TRON: Legacy when it was first released, and I'm a bit wary to check out some of my other favourites during my younger years.
TRON: Legacy is a beautiful film. It's honestly amazing…
After being missing for years a message is received from Flynn, and it is up to his son Sam to try and find him.
Anyone who knows me knows my love affair with the fist Tron movie, and when I heard they were finally making a sequel, I was overjoyed, but I also had a certain amount of scepticism that what I was going to be presented with would destroy the original. And then, I saw the presentation trailer, and the light cycle sequence blew me away. The finished story, which takes place 20 years later and is a direct sequel, is a joy to behold. The fast flowing plot follows the very simple idea of good vs evil, and…
- The Racket
- 7th Heaven
- Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans
- Chang: A Drama of the Wilderness
- 21 Grams
- Johnny Got His Gun
- The Ugly Swans
- La Jetée
- Burst City
- Blade Runner
- Strange Days
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