Review: Tron Legacy

The son of a virtual world designer goes looking for his father and ends up inside the digital world that his father designed. He meets his father’s creation turned bad and a unique ally who was born inside the digital domain of The Grid.

Sam Flynn is the young man with a huge company to inherit which he wants nothing to do with, except to badger them and embarrass them whenever possible. Only to find a contact from his father’s old office, but his father has been missing for over a decade. The story picks up some time after Jeff Bridges disappears into The Grid and being stuck there for a very long time, and his son stumbles into his digital world. This is one hell of a science fiction movie that I loved from beginning to end, I kept wanting more and the story was great, and the graphics of their world and how everything was related together through the lighting patterns. Jeff Bridges does an amazing job in this movie, and brought back memories when I remember see it on VHS in the 80s for the first time. If you are scifi fan then this movie is a must.

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3 Comments

  1. i didn’t like Garrett Hedlund but loved the graphics that was perfected!

  2. Ray

    I agree Jeff Bridges did an awesome job being an older version of the original Flynn. I saw this movie in IMAX 3D and I didn’t know I fall into the small percentage of people that get headaches from the glasses, so I didn’t get to fully enjoy the movie when I first saw it. Luckily though I work for Dish Network and I recently found out they will have Tron Legacy to order in HD on PPV in April so I am pretty excited I’ll get to really enjoy it this time.

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