The misbehaving millionaire son of a lost father learns that his disappearance was in a digital world he authored but was trapped in after a coup from its inhabitants.
The uncanny valley of the main baddy / young version of the main character is terrible. What would have been amazing is if the effect were really really improved for the "true" version of the character, but kept uncanny for his copy, Clu.
However, the soundtrack, hell the audio, and the sheer scale of the movie is astonishing. I know others don't find this movie appealing, but I love it so damned much. I love it beyond the nostalgia of the original, but as an entirely separate movie.
Oh so very highly recommended.
- Properly titled Tron: Legacy
The sequel to Tron - (1982 movie)
- 0:30 -- Narration
- 0:45 -- Oh god, the music is amazing.
- 1:30 -- 1989
2:00 -- TRON
- What's that stand for?
- A "program in his own image", as in god.
- Oh god, the uncanny valley is terrible.
- CLU -- Codified Likeness Utility
- 2:45 -- ".. where all information was free and open." is probably a need for free and open-source software (FOSS)
- 3:30 -- What a condescending tone.
In there, in the new world
In there is our future
In there is our destiny
- 6:00 -- The song that made me fall in love with this movie.
- 7:45 -- This feels like an homage to one of the Terminator films (The Terminator - (1984 movie) etc).
- 10:00 -- With the guard acting that way, and there being only one guard, it seems easy to lure or bait him.
- 12:00 -- He's using a Unix/Linux terminal.
- 13:15 -- You can't steal without taking it away from someone. Copying data isn't stealing. It's piracy. Piracy is not stealing.
- 13:45 -- BASE jumping
- 15:15 -- Rich kids get out of jail easily.
- 17:00 -- Pager
- 21:15 -- That was a rather short song.
- 22:15 -- Touch screen in the 80s is unthinkable.
SolarOS 4.0.1 Generic_50203-02 sun4m i386
- That appears to be a Unix/Linux type environment. Possibly an early Solaris from that name.
- Haha, "backdoor"
- 31:30 -- I like the face guard. Because safety first.
- 45:00 -- How does he know to sheath it on his thigh?
- 47:00 -- Fuck she's beautiful!
- 53:45 -- Cal Tech (California Institute of Technology)
- 56:00 -- "Manifested". See also Spontaneous generation
- 1:04:00 -- Voyages extraordinaires (1863-1905 books), by Jules Verne
- 1:05:45 -- Why would that bike be able to drive off the grid?
- 1:09:00 -- They're Daft Punk.
- 1:09:30 -- I recognize that actor from Underworld - (2003 movie).
- 1:10:00 -- He's talking rather openly.
- 1:17:30 -- Why not kill her outright?
- 1:20:15 -- But if he beats CLU there, how would he get out without his disk?
- 1:28:45 -- I'm still confused as to how getting out would help anything. Enough time would pass in-grid that he'd also get out at roughly the same time.
- 1:30:30 -- A rescue (Animal rescue group)
- 1:52:00 -- Where did she get that grappling hook from? Where did she get that sword from?
- 1:55:15 -- Yep, a whole city can fit on a portable drive.
1:57:30 -- I'll take her, to go. And by "take her", I mean take her. It turns out the actor isn't all that hot, but holy shit does that character tug at my heart.