Friday, December 17, 2010


Well, we went last night for the midnight showing of TRON Legacy, in 3-D IMAX, of course. What else can I say, other than it was everything I hoped it would be. My expectations were as high as they could be, and the movie met all those expectations with flying colors.

As a HUGE fan of the original movie, I realised there were things that were going to be different in this one, such as programs shattering when they de-rez instead of disappearing in a digital flash, but this is a newer system, or "grid", than the first movie. So it makes sense that some things, including physics and various other properties of the virtual Tron world would be different, for example.

Anyway, like I said, I had high hopes for TRON Legacy and I still was blown away by its awesomeness. Can't wait to see what happens in the next one! (hopefully they'll bring Laura back into the story)


- Robby

1 comment:

  1. Man, I kept hearing about it not being all that good, that the story was weak but visually stunning etc. As a big fan of the first movie and a HUGE Daft Punk fan, I loved the movie and if it didn't cost $40 for my wife, son and I to go to an afternoon matinee in 3-D IMAX I would have seen it thrice by now. Disney is going to release the trailer for the third movie on the DVD and Blu-ray of Legacy so I'm really looking forward to that. I'm really interested to see what Quorra does in reality and hope they find a way to bring Castor, cause he stole the scenes he was in and Gem, cause she was REAL nice to look at, back. It's good to hear someone else who loved Legacy as much as I did.