TRON: Legacy

TRON: LEGACY is a 3D high-tech adventure set in a digital world that sequel the first TRON movie made in 1982. Sam Flynn, son of Kevin Flynn looks into his father’s disappearance and finds himself pulled into the digital world of Tron where his father has been living for 25 years. Soon after father and son embark on a life-and-death journey of escape across a visually-stunning cyber universe that has become far more advanced and exceedingly dangerous
Movie genre: Action , Adventure, Mystery & Suspense, Science Fiction
Rated: PG
Opening date: Dec 17, 2010
Starring: Garrett Hedlund,  Jeff Bridges, Olivia Wilde
Director: Joseph Kosinski
Tobacco use: Not used in the movie
Movie Review:
TRON: Legacy is a real treat for fans of the first TRON, as well as people who have not seen the first TRON film such as myself! I wasn’t too sure what to expect since I did not see the first movie, but rest assured the storyline progressed in a manner which made it easy for the viewer to understand what was occurring in the film. From the start of the movie, we are relatively immersed in a lot of action and suspense. TRON revolves around a large amount of cyber destruction and fighting which is very enjoyable for the audience, never a dull minute. One of the most prominent qualities of the film was the degree of special effects and graphics. The film really utilizes and accentuates on the spectacular effects. This ranges from the digital world which was mainly comprised of computer generated images, to the elaborate fight scenes within the Grid. The film features music from Daft Punk which complements the movie with Electro/Trance music. This ultimately enhances the feeling of the digital world and the atmosphere of the Grid, which inadvertently makes you feel like you’re almost inside the digital world of TRON. TRON is a movie that appeals to people of all ages. The themes within TRON are mature enough for adults to appreciate, but more importantly does not contain the gore and violence that excludes teens and kids to partake in watching. A fun night out for the whole family! TRON: LEGACY was a pleasure to watch because of the action, storyline, effects, and music! There was no smoking in the film. Regardless to say, TRON was an excellent film which did not need smoking, and potentially a much better counterpart than the one which included smoking.

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