Sure, from a scientific point of view the digital is indistinguishable from the analogue if it is complex enough, but why does it feels like a step backwards? Synopsis The son of a virtual world designer goes looking for his father and ends up inside the digital world that his father designed. It walks that very fine line of staying true to the look and feel of the original Tron while also paving its own way and serving as a showcase of visual effects that are the equal of anything out there today. I know it sounds cliché but she is really the only woman for this role. The track makes continual use of surrounds; whether in support of the fastest and most energetic on-grid action sequences of simply capturing various ambient nuances -- distant thunder, a crackling fire, buzzing insects -- that are so often the overlooked heroes of these sorts of soundtracks in adding the finishing touches to a seamlessly realistic experience, Disney's latest lossless endeavor serves up a perfectly enveloping 360-degree sound-field that remains active throughout. Joseph Kosinski, however, had a vision and an architectural degree behind him to give us a mouth-opening, simply beautiful world with the correct blend of 2D and 3D! Jeff Bridges is great as both the villain and hero and his computer animated self is simply amazing although at the same time off-putting this might be the Uncanny Valley hypothesis at work. This is easily the best 3-D movie i have ever seen.
The image thrives on creating a highly dimensional, very real-looking world; even the overwhelming darkness that surrounds it simply cannot mask the natural shaping of the various landscapes and vehicles. There are a lot of comments about this movie having a poor story, personally, I disagree. The basic concept stays the same in Tron Legacy. The problem seems to lie within the way the film is written and its screenplay. A movie, which then turned out to be one of the fullest movies of the year-full of both heart and soul.
It's a hell of an experience for the sences. . All in all production and effects were great, some fresh faces were introduced and some-rediscovered in this one-hell-of-a-ride sequel, which will stand in mind for a long time to come. Yes, he has to utter some clunky dialogue along the way and is a bit stiff at times, but he serves the role well enough. And it was worth it. On the way, he meets Quorra, some cool machines and of course, Clu Kevin's program. That doesn't mean black crush is a problem; the film is simply so dark by its very nature that viewers won't be able to see some of the finest textures generally revealed on the best 1080p transfers.
It grudgingly crawls through a plot that is as expected and transparent as government propaganda: there's good, there's bad, there's conflict, and there's the evident triumph of good over evil. Fans will get to learn and understand this expanded universe a lot more as explanations get dished out in due course, even one that deals with the time in between the first and second films, of Kevin Flynn's obsession with his latest playground that his creation ultimately took over, turning it into an arena with its own brand of gladiatorial fights for entertainment. Once again, you bet your ass i did. Well, it seems that it's wake has proceeded it. Still a bit of work to get it perfect, but this one works as it is. Tron: Legacy is a case study in the effectiveness of reserved visuals; sure it was a necessary approach to keep the sequel in-line with the original, but the way the visuals have been updated, polished, and refined, and done so with respect for the original and in the context of the smartly reserved structural tone gives Tron: Legacy a look that's out of this world. As of this writing, I haven't gotten around to seeing the original film.
This soundtrack is so good, it will convince you to go out and buy it, regardless if there are no words. So I may be stretching it, but there will be certain degrees of familiarity you'll find in some moments of the story, but I assure you the crux of it is a film that has deeper pathos, dealing with man's relentless pursuit for perfection and utopia, and the desire to play god if given a chance. I even saw it the same day-on the 19-th last year. Fans of the original may or may not like this movie, I'm not sure, but I know that for someone like myself - who's being introduced to the world of 'Tron' for the first time - it was quite something. I'm paying a huge debt to him for the effects as well, because he works with computer generated imagery, also a specialty of his.
The way the effects artists and production design team have progressed the cyber world of Tron can be described as nothing less than sheer visual perfection; this new picture retains the same lines, shapes, textures, and general visual style from the first film, only refining them, giving them a more polished -- but not radically altered -- appearance. Wilde plays a sexy role muttering a 3rd grader script, while Hedlund's role is the juvenile irresponsible punk with Brad Pitt and Robin Hood aspirations- leaving zero aftertaste. While it's annoying, it would have at least been tolerable if it had been limited to just the scenes inside The Grid. The only thing that detracts from his acting is his digitised clone, Clu. DaftPunk, i urge you to tackle more projects like this. The right mindset for a film like this can make or break your opinion of the film. Fundamentally, the pictures are the same, primarily separated only by time.
. Its fantastic effects certify the sequel as being the most visually appealing film of the year. Even that side story introduced in the beginning, isn't given any relevance to anything that happens in the rest of the movie. Humans aren't perfect, so our creations in all likelihood will inherit some of our flaws, no matter if they happen to be digital and following certain fixed patterns and constructs. Not in an creepy over-obsessed way, but I regard it as a campy, retro glitterfest based on an delightfully silly idea. With that kind of money you'll wonder what exactly was Disney hoping for with this film. I wanted to, but thanks to Disney it was pretty much pulled from every retail store imaginable whether you wanted to rent or purchase the film at least until next year.
So, all the best for her, and all the cast and crew behind the movie. One night, Kevin vanishes, leaving no trace of his whereabouts behind. Olivia Wilde kicks butt and looks great doing it in her skintight catsuit with neon highlights and her asymmetrical wig as the warrior, Quorra. The bad guys could have tried to empower Wii systems to control people instead of the other way around, or to animate an army of Second Life avatars, or to rewrite all of Wikipedia to brainwash every student in America, or to take control of every electronic device on Earth think Y2K. There's an intriguing twist to her character, but her fascination and curiosity revolving around the world Sam is from is what gives her character heart.
And i forgot to check who played Zuse, but i'm sure it was Michael Sheen, because only he is so crazy and unique in his style. The score of the film was also exciting. If so there are more than enough other features from the digital world worthy of being represented in Tron. Jeff Bridges, after all those years since the first film is still fresh as ever. As with most films that have been presented in 3D lately, the 3D effect probably isn't necessary to enjoy a film of this magnitude. Garrett Hedlund was also not a problem in the film. The previews for 'Tron: Legacy' looked visually stunning, and I'm happy to report it does not disappoint in that regard.
Jeff Bridges' performance isn't nearly as strong as his portrayal of Rooster Cogburn in True Grit, but he does have his moments. If you're interested, feel free to contact any of the team members. It's a character in itself without which the film wouldn't be half as exciting or watchable, with rousing themes to stoke your expectations with its pomp. Indeed, shadow detail is excellent and objects situated under better lighting conditions look fantastic. The Lightcycles in the film and all the things in the world of Tron, displayed in 3D were awesome. Sam finds his father but discovers he's become a tyrant over cyberspace.