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Offline NightF0x

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Tron Legacy
« on: December 19, 2010, 02:03:54 pm »
So I went to see this movie on Friday night and thought it was really awesome. I loved the Daft Punk score, and the 3D was extremely breathtaking when they were in the computer world. As awesome as it was, I still don't think it can beat the original Tron because that movie is what gave this movie it's life. I give it an 8/10.
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Re: Tron Legacy
« Reply #1 on: December 19, 2010, 03:22:38 pm »
I agree - The score alone is worth it.
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Re: Tron Legacy
« Reply #2 on: December 20, 2010, 08:15:00 am »
That's not a terribly long review, could you go more in depth about it? (imo a sentence isnt a review :) ) I would love to hear your full opinion about it.
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Re: Tron Legacy
« Reply #3 on: December 20, 2010, 09:26:30 am »
Even though Daft Punk really made my day (and the ticked is worth just seeing them in silly digital outfits), the movie really deserves a longer review. Tron impressed me from the beginning with a perfect cinematography; the camera is so smooth and shows difficult angles with the unnatural ease that only an Imax has; the 3d was on the level of Avatar, and later went beyond it. The transition to the grid was a little disappointing (the traditional laser
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Re: Tron Legacy
« Reply #4 on: December 22, 2010, 12:34:15 am »
Even though Daft Punk really made my day (and the ticked is worth just seeing them in silly digital outfits), the movie really deserves a longer review. Tron impressed me from the beginning with a perfect cinematography; the camera is so smooth and shows difficult angles with the unnatural ease that only an Imax has; the 3d was on the level of Avatar, and later went beyond it. The transition to the grid was a little disappointing (the traditional laser
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Tron legacy
« Reply #5 on: December 30, 2010, 01:04:33 pm »
Ok so you may have seen the original torn or not but ether what the worst thing from most of the review I have read about this movie is that it's a remake.  IT's NOT!!!!!!!   First of all I loved the first movie but and this next one was great but it can't mach up to the original.  The visuals were great (maby beter than avatars) and acting was ok but story line was predictable through it all.

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Re: Tron Legacy
« Reply #6 on: January 22, 2011, 10:48:12 am »
I have to say I did second-guess the movie a few times, but I tend to do that a lot these days  :fox-:P:
My favourite thing about the new Tron movie is how all the old vehicles have had new life breathed into them. The recognizers look amazing, and the way the light cycles and fliers form out of light beams from the bar was an awesome ffect. And Clu's carrier at the end looked spectacular, what with the ships and tanks in it as well.

So overall I'd say the world of Tron looks far better in this new movie, how i felt it *should* look, as CGI of the time couldn't quite capture it in the original.
That said, the storyline of the original Tron was far better, and the movies namesake played a much bigger role there than in this one, where he didn't do an awful lot.

I'd certainly rate it at least 7/10
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Re: Tron Legacy
« Reply #7 on: March 26, 2011, 01:25:50 pm »
Still, I was surprised that the movie doesn
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Re: Tron Legacy
« Reply #8 on: April 22, 2011, 06:42:30 pm »
I watched both the original and then Legacy right after it, so i could see how each is different.

Truthfully, I enjoyed both of them a lot, and I would recommend both, but I would have to say that Legacy took the top for me, with its awesome graphics and storyline.
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Re: Tron Legacy
« Reply #9 on: April 22, 2011, 08:10:21 pm »
I really enjoyed Tron, generally for the special effects and the CGI animation that went into it. The effect with Clu and Jeff Bridges was pretty neat too, though I wonder what it's like for the actor to see a computerized version of himself, just younger? Has to be weird on some level, I'd imagine. The story to Tron is pretty simple, but it can relate to the real world in many, many different ways (Such as the character Clu can be linked to many infamous historical figures, many current dictators and rulers, and the story itself spoke out against the concept of creating a perceived "perfect society" because in doing so, it becomes just as imperfect as it had been, but with no ability to actually improve anything). The plot, despite being simple enough for younger kids to comprehend, can be thought more about and expounded upon by an individual's own perception of things. Some people would say I may be looking too deep into it, but I find it rather fun to just dig a bit deeper than perhaps the writers expected to create a meaning out of a movie aimed at the general PG audience that's a bit more complex than "hurting others is bad."

I did love the special effects, and I know I stated that, but the way things were done were really neat. Particularly, I enjoyed how the lightcycles, fliers and such vehicles were animated when they were activated. Sort of reminded me of what blueprints to it would look like, and then those blueprints take on a life of their own and become usable vehicles. It was a really cool movie, basically.

Admittedly, though, I found the end line with Tron himself ("I fight... for the USERS!") a bit overly cliche and unneeded at the point when he said it. I sort of wish his character was shown more, as he's basically a robotic, ninja body-guard thing throughout the majority of the movie. I think that's where the movie was particularly weak, with the character Tron.