Sam Flynn (Garrett Hedlund) is a rebellious man haunted by the mysterious disappearance of his father; Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges). In 1989 Kevin mysteriously disappeared and left Sam an orphaned boy. He was known as one of the world’s leading video game developers and was CEO of Encom, a leading technology company.
In present day Sam has not given up hope that his father is still alive. When he receives a page from his father’s former place of work he goes looking and finds an old computer. He is transported into a computer generated world where his father has been trapped for 20 years. With the help of his confidant, Quorra (Olivia Wilde), father and son team up to try and get out of the computer world and back to reality. Their journey is not going to be easy though; the universe that Kevin created has become much more advanced with vehicles, weapons and a ruthless villain that will stop at nothing to find Kevin.
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Tron: Legacy 3D was my first 3D movie. Well the movie I like very much. It appeals to my fondness of games and movies. But I am disappointed in the 3D effects, it is not at all as good as I had hoped it would be. I even bought myself another movie that I didn't want to buy just to see if it was Tron or all 3D movies that were bad on my projector. And it was only Tron. But all-in-all it is a good movie, and the next time I will watch it, it will be the 2D version.
I've never been really interested in the 3D phenomenon, but when using 'active' 3D rather than the 'passive' 3D that cinemas use, the effect is excellent. The depth appears much more genuine than the cinema and was more of a delight to watch. I would recommend this as a great example of 3D movies as the vast majority of backgrounds are made up of CGI and this is probably the best methodology to bring out 3D.
Tron: Legacy 3D is a very fun film which was exceptional value for money. Saw it in the cinema and it translates well to the small screen. Good visuals, story and soundtrack. I would buy a lot more 3D films if they where around the price I paid rather than than £20-£30 we see these days.
Tron: Legacy 3D (Includes 2D Version) is a fantastic Blu-ray. I'm also really pleased with the quality of service from Zavvi.
Tron: Legacy 3D is a great film, great price, great 3D action.. A must have 3D film..
Tron: Legacy 3D (Includes 2D Version) is a really spectacular-looking film, especially in 3D. As someone who grew-up in the '80s, I remember the original "Tron" movie and how ground-breaking the CGI effects were back then. It's somewhat sad that because CGI is so commonplace today it means this sequel isn't ground-breaking. But it's still amazing to look at. The film's production team have taken the opportunity to update a lot of features of the original (disc-wars, light-cycle chases and the overall look of The Grid), but have still kept them familiar-enough to be recognisable for fans of the original. Additionally (and perhaps the best), they've used popular electro-pop group, "Daft Punk" for the film's soundtrack. This gives it an unbelievably nostalgic, yet still modern, sound that in places evokes memories of video-games of the '80s and '90s I grew-up playing. It was brilliant seeing original cast-members Jeff Bridges and Bruce Boxleitner back in their original roles. Clever use of CGI even makes them look younger for scenes set either in the '80s or on The Grid (although even a CGI fan like me noticed the glaring emotionless look of them sometimes!). Overall it's an excellent film, great story and absolutely mind-blowing in 3D. If you're like me and lucky to have a full 5.1 surround speaker set-up in your home, the sound absolutely booms out loud and clear throughout.
Tron: Legacy 3D (Includes 2D Version) is a magnificent edition to enjoy the movie in both 3D and 2D in very high quality and at an affordable price. This is a great purchase.
Good price, good film, great service.
Tron: Legacy 3D has out standing 3D effects.