Tron: Legacy (3D)

Tron: Legacy (3D)

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Directed by : Joseph Kosinski

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Sam Flynn, the tech-savvy 27-year-old son of Kevin Flynn, looks into his father's disappearance and finds himself pulled into the same world of fierce programs and gladiatorial games where his father has been living for 25 years. Along with Kevin's loyal confidant, father and son embark on a life-and-death journey across a vi...more


“Strictly for those who loves sci-fi epics and find solace in video-games or alike”

Tron: Legacy (3D) Audience Review

New-School 3D with brilliant OST by DAFT PUNK!!!

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Before talking anything about the plot and performances I would speak of the sound track of Tron Legacy. Daft Punk gives the most amazing music score which is so perfect for the movie that I ended up buy its disc. It was declared in 2009 that Daft Punk will do the sound Track of the movie. The final OST of the film was released on 6 December 2010. The duo even made a special appearance as DJ at a night club in the movie. Alright enough of music facts now lets get straight on track.

In 1982 original Tron was released, which was not a blockbuster but did a decent business. More than a decade later Disney comes back with a sequel called Tron Legacy. It is a blend of high-tech effects, incredible sound track and is also a stand alone film as in if you have no clue what the original Tron was all about, you can still go and enjoy it. In first few minutes it will make you understand its concept.

Although the movie has a shallow plot and even the performances are not that great but it still has a gripping effect and the entire credit goes to the special effects (3D) of the film. To top that we have kick-ass music score which goes so well with the scenes that your eyes will be stuck on the screen.

Undoubtedly it has weak storyline, so-so performances but director Joseph Kosinski still succeeded in making a stylish and power-packed sequel due to two major reasons i.e. state-of-the-art 3D effects and signing Daft Punk. One more thing which is commendable here is the way 3D effects have been screened. They looked so real and fantastic that though it did not cover up for the shallow parts of the movie but still will catch eyeballs.

Footer: Tron Legacy is Tron-tastic Go, see it! Lastly, Hats Off to Daft Punk!