TRON Legacy Prayer

I offer only what I can. A simple prayer for the upcoming TRON Legacy....



Oh please, please, please. Don't suck.

7 comments:

Mr. M said...

I shall let you know tomorrow night. Actually, scratch that. I'll be in a no wi-fi zone. Saturday night, then. Our rinky-dink little theater doesn't even have Tron! I have to drive an hour just to see it.

kludge said...

Awesome, I'd love to hear a yea or nay. *just no spoilers!* As I probably will not get to see this till after Christmas.

Mr. M said...

My quick synopsis, terrific! I'll give you some more non-spoiler details when I get more time.

Mr. M said...

Ok. Well, first thing, I thought it was great. All the actors seemed perfect to me. They did an amazing job making Jeff Bridges look young like he did in the original.

The movie was really fun, entertaining, and epic. The special effects were great, and the movie had really good pacing in my opinion.

I was also surprised at how well they integrated the first movie into the sequel. It just felt like such a smooth transition. It didn't feel like it was a sequel to the first movie, with updated settings. Instead, it felt like a continuation of the movie.

Personally, I think it was one of the best, most enjoyable films of the year.

And, there you have it! My spoiler-less review.

kludge said...

I ended up seeing it in 3D on opening day.

I thought it was good. I enjoyed it and would watch it again. I thought, much like the original, the plot was near pointless. Shrug. How do you really give urgency to a computer program anyway?

Regardless the lightcycle scene was OUTSTANDING!

Mr. M said...

Pointless? I never really got that sense out of it. I mean, it did involve his father's life. Trying to reinvent the computer leads to a malfunction which leads to your life being on the line.

kludge said...

The programs were going to become real people? Didn't do that already with "Weird Science"?

The ISO's aren't perfect, but they are...They came from nowhere, but why do we care about them again? They mean alot, but not as much as the disk...

It was an effects movie with a superficial plot. I liked it but it wasn't all that great.

In the long run Avatar was an effects movie with a plot that was at least understandable.