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Tron Legacy

A 2010 movie directed by Joseph Kosinski.

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Uninspired, Unimpressive, Dull And Redundant "LEGACY"....

  • Dec 19, 2010
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+2
Every once in awhile, we get to see a film aimed at displaying the latest advancements in movie magic. Movies such as this prove to be simple escapist entertainment that is meant to take the viewer along for its ride, and not much else. However, I think escapist entertainment is just another excuse of a mediocre film, since movies such as “The Matrix”, the anime “Spirited Away” and even the recently released “Inception” have managed to impress with a compelling storyline as well as gorgeous visuals. This sequel, “Tron Legacy” can be impressive from a visual standpoint and is pure eye-candy, and yes, it is just escapist entertainment built around a solid marketing engine and 3D gimmicks that may fool one into thinking that it is the movie that fans of the original have clamored for. Unfortunately, the direction managed to drain all the energy of a film supposedly  focused on 'escapism' and visuals.

After the disappearance of his father, Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges), Sam (Garrett Hedlund) has made it his goal to give the ENCOM Corporation its share of grief and problems once a year. This raises the concern of a family friend (Bruce Boxleiter) but even he can’t do anything to stop Sam from chasing a belief that his father may have returned when an unknown “page” (remember those tiny little things?) comes from his father’s office in the old arcade. Once there, he ends up being transported to the Grid, the program that his father had created. Now Sam is in danger as he is faced with the evil program CLU (a digitized figure of Bridges) and its deadline minion called Rinzler. A mysterious woman called Quorra (sexy Olivia Wilde) comes to his aid and Sam is brought to Kevin who is in hiding, a near god-like presence in his own program until the presence of his son jolts him back to the awareness. Now with the CLU taking aim at Kevin’s identity disc, Sam must find a way to escape this world and free his father in the process….

                         Jeff Bridges in "Tron: Legacy."

                        Garrett Hedlund as Sam Flynn in "Tron: Legacy."

                        A scene from "Tron: Legacy."

“Tron” wasn’t anything special and honestly, it wasn’t the groundbreaking cinematic experience that many made it out to be. Perhaps I should have re-watched the original movie before watching this sequel, but honestly as I can recall, parts of it was boring and though it was very flawed in regards to storytelling, it was fun at certain points since the filmmakers’ enthusiasm was infectious and admittedly, it tried to be creative and they succeeded in becoming innovative. Well, “Legacy” fails in almost every level that made the first film fun.

The script by the writers of the series “Lost”, Edward Kitsis and Adam Horomitz feels like a disjointed mess, the dialogue is dreary and the direction by first-timer Joseph Kosinski struggles to retrofit, re-apply established devices while injecting new ones without logic or even a hint of innovation. Ok, the reason why the original film felt innovative was because it came before the internet age, and now, amid all the advancements in technology after 20 years, the writers of this sequel should’ve thought of new ways to bring forth innovative ideas to reflect the film’s premise about a world inside computers. The film does make some interesting changes to the suits, as they felt spiffier and has semblances of semi-organic qualities, but then this may also be one of the issues of the film. It didn’t seem ‘out of this world’, and as good as they looked they weren’t anything I haven’t seen before and seen better. The bikes and the ships looked spiffier and cooler, but it serves no purpose in the narrative save that they looked like an improved version of the ones in the first film complete with glow-sticks, light trails and silly marketing selling points.

                 Jeff Bridges in "Tron: Legacy."

                Beau Garrett in "Tron: Legacy."

                A scene from the film "Tron: Legacy."

               Olivia Wilde in "Tron: Legacy."

The film’s story is actually quite simple with some attempts at intricacies that does more harm than good. The film appears like a minor father-son unified struggle and it is. The additions to its plot were meant to distract, misdirect and to give the feeling that there may be some subtle details behind it all. Yes, there is some subtle details in the plot, and the I liked the addition of an alien race that dwelled in the Grid, but most of it weren’t properly developed into the screenplay. Viewers were left to buy into what the movie says as to what happened and none of it had that sense of coherency as the film contradicts its own rules at times. The film also doesn’t spend much effort in developing its devices and defining the stakes; so once it comes to the final act, one would be hard-pressed to even care. Yes, there is a subtle message: The programs, the users and the genocidal ‘purging’ seemed to represent the menacing subtext by the corporations, and once you look deep into the plot you will see something quite different beyond man and machine, of the mind and of computers, as it seems that the villain may be the same oppressor that he had fought against before. It is all about buying something that was meant to be free.

                    A scene from "Tron: Legacy."

                   Olivia Wilde and Garret Hedlund in "Tron: Legacy."

                    Jeff Bridges in "Tron: Legacy."

The technology behind the film does have its good moments. Jeff Bridges play dual roles and the other one is a CGI-generated younger version of himself. The technology was good, and is reminiscent of the technology used in “Polar Express” and “Beowulf”. The CGI effects in the film was good and fit its premise as a world inside a computer. Olivia Wilde is one of the film’s good points, as she plays a bad-ass woman who is stoic, mysterious and sexy. I cannot exactly say how the performances were as a whole, since there is nothing worthwhile about its script; nothing stands out as being memorable or even visually impressive. Despite all the effects, I found the encounters in the film dull. The action seemed cool from a distance, but taking a much closer observation, and it looked stiff and redundant. Even the bike stunts and the dogfights felt rather dull, despite the intended ‘coolness factor’.

There is a lot of smokescreen that may make the film appear more intricate than it actually is, so I’d advise to pay close attention and read between the lines and details brought forth by the film; and what you will find are a lot of contradictions, illogical devices and a barely passable script. Escapism is supposed to distract with energetic direction and visual eye candy; “Legacy” has the latter part down albeit it is redundant and fails with the former. The film’s soundtrack was pretty good though and it may be one of the few factors (besides Wilde) that saved it from becoming a total snooze-fest. I know I may have ruined your childhood memories of “Tron” but hey, Kosinski has been signed by Disney to remake “The Black Hole”; so who or what exactly is ruining your childhood memories? Seems like it is all about capitalizing on any childhood nostalgia we may have. "Legacy" is a film meant to generate 'hype' so the merchandise for the film will be 'sellable' before and after the film's theatrical run. Seems like advertising/marketing products through movies are staging a come back.

Still don’t believe me that this movie is a skipper? Alright, give it a rent….since Olivia Wilde is hot!

RENTAL [2 Out of 5 Stars]

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June 08, 2011
I should have talked more about Olivia Wilde in my own review - I found her character unnecissary, but one of the movie's good points.
June 08, 2011
yup, her character was totally unnecessary....but her looks add more visual eye candy. :)
June 08, 2011
Yeah, I perhaps should have said that too!
 
February 02, 2011
As usual, you're the main movie man, Woopak. You sure pack a lot of detail in your review. I honestly believe, in spirit, our reviews have a lot in common.
February 02, 2011
Thanks, JP! and I agree. someone once told me that reviews are someone's thoughts and personality...the two of us always let our characters show in our reviews.
 
December 27, 2010
Gotta agree with much of what you say here - even though I came away liking the movie more, what you point out are valid flaws in it. I would say that both movies (the original 'Tron' and the sequel) suffer from rough dialogue and a choppy story, but both are enjoyable in other ways. The first one was more groundbreaking in terms of ideas (the concept of a digital world was WAY out there back then - not so much these days), but the new one serves as a decent update. I dug the new lightcycles and disc games more than you did, I think...but I'm also coming at it from the standpoint of having a lot of warm fuzzies for the original. There was a game a while back called 'Tron 2.0' that almost served as a sequel to the movie, and 'Tron: Legacy' was at least better than that (though it was a fun game). Great review - very thoughtful and well put. And you didn't miss the Olivia Wilde factor. :)
December 27, 2010
Yeah. My cousin really liked the film too and he was a huge fan of the original. This was one of those things that I REALLY wanted to like the movie and yet, I felt that I was let down. The bikes were indeed very cool and I would like to say that Quorra was just so hot. I dunno, you may view this comment as weird but I may buy the BD if it ever hits the bargain $ 10 bin just because of Wilde LOL! You would not believe how often I've done that though the movie wasn't something I liked. (I bought Prince of Persia BD for Gemma Atherton for $ 7.99 Black Friday)
December 27, 2010
Oh I believe it, and Wilde is definitely hot enough to merit it. I used to watch every Kate Winslet movie for pretty much the same reason. And I almost bought a truly awful-looking horror flick a couple weeks ago just because Kristen Bell was in it. We all have our weaknesses...
December 28, 2010
Kristen Bell---ok, now I am interested! what is the title of this one? ;)
December 28, 2010
Took me a while to find it - it was 'Roman' and it's in this set: http://www.amazon.com/Horror-Collectors-Set-...QR8/ref=pd_bxgy_d_img_b
December 28, 2010
$ 10?! Oh yeah!....Ordered! Thanks!! Kristen Bell is major hotness--I sat through "Couple's Retreat" for her! LOL! I also ordered "The Hunger" with Lena Headey. Good times!
 
December 22, 2010
Did anyone like this flick the first time they tried it? Why on earth would they want to remake it?
December 22, 2010
the original apparently had a following and showed what could be done with computers and 3D technology. This had visuals but the script was just pretentious and such a mess.
December 22, 2010
No one I knew could stand it. But I guess we weren't exactly the target audience.
December 23, 2010
Actually I was not a fan of the first Tron film. This new one is not a remake but a sequel to that earlier one. They do enough flashback to the last film that seeing the first one is not required. I did not think this new one was half bad; clearly an improvement from the first, in my opinion. :)
December 23, 2010
Karen, well, I think I am its intended viewer and I didn't like it. i do love scifi as long as it has a compelling story and/or good direction. This one was blah; visually good, but nothing inventive either.

Flashback? There was hardly any credible ones save for one or two (I fairly remember the original movie)...most of the details were made up in this movie as I could tell. But then again, the story was uninteresting so no one would care about flashbacks.
December 23, 2010
Any time that people rave about the visual, I know that the flick is going to be a waste of time for me.
December 27, 2010
Well I liked the original - but then I was also like 13 when it came out. ;) That was one of the things I liked about the new one. My daughter is 15 and pretty cynical when it comes to movies, but she liked the new one for many of the same reasons I liked the original. Neither has a great story or brilliant dialogue, but there are ideas in there that capture the imagination somehow. Depends on who is watching I guess. One of her absolute favorites is 'Inception' - I bought her the DVD and the score for Christmas. :)
December 27, 2010
Inception is a great buy for Christmas! :)
December 27, 2010
I think it's important to understand that this ISN'T a remake and that the original Film has a HUGE cult following. The original TRON was actually meant as nothing more than a visual experience. It was the whole purpose of it when they did it. People going to it expecting story and depth probably deserved to be disappointed as they made no secret of that anyway. It was almost all a visual thing. Not for everyone, but at the time that was a sort of groundbreaking thing. One of those movies designed for fun not for substance. Remember, it came out in 1982... what was a GIANT fad in 1982 before that video game ET killed it? Gaming. TRON was a movie made for Gamers. It came out just before the crash (and there would be no revival until 1985, of course). So yeah, it's got an enormous following.
December 28, 2010
Yeah, Sean, I can pretty much agree with you there. The original was inventive in the way it introduced that graphics technology. I had fun with the original; yes it was flawed and yes it was sometimes silly--but I had fun with it. It was a film before the internet and all the other stuff we have now. Ah-hah! Yes--the original was just so awesome for its key demographic: gamers! =P

Well, I know Karen and I have a feeling she won't like this movie if she never liked the original "Tron".  
December 31, 2010
I'm no dummy and I knew that it would just be a waste of time for me. Like Sean said, if I had gone to see it I would have deserved to be disappointed because they let you know in the ads exactly what you were goihg to be in for.
January 01, 2011
Yes, it's all a matter of perspective, even the ones who knew what they were only in for a display of special EFX could only grade it a middle of the road rating; the story is was incredibly lazy and characterization none-existent, it would have been a 105+ minute advertising film. We have to grade it as a whole and to deny that plot is irrelevant in a movie such as this would be very misleading. Yes, intricacies in its plot may not be important, but its development is. It's funny I wasn't even impressed with its visuals; I thought they were the same old thing.

Now movies like "Legend of the Guardians" and even "Salt" I can excuse the less than inventive plot and its missteps since one was meant as a pure visual display while the other focused on action. Their stories were very simple but they weren't pretentious in their execution. It is amazing that "Guardians" was more impressive in its effects quality while this film is seen by others as better? I guess it is because "Tron" has a following while "Guardians" doesn't.  
January 05, 2011
Go figure.
 
December 20, 2010
Figured as much. I wonder if the Wachowskis will do the sequel? LOL!
December 20, 2010
The thing is, if they stuck to popcorn sensibilities, then the movie would've been enjoyable. Instead they came up with a script that is barely passable with the intention of trying to be more intelligent than it actually is, and it caved in on itself.
 
December 20, 2010
OH YEAH. OLIVIA WILDE. Nice review.
December 20, 2010
Wilde is smoking hot!
 
December 20, 2010
To be honest, the first Tron actually WAS groundbreaking in terms of its visual effects.  It showcased technology that, at the time, most movie goers didn't actually know you could do.  It, of course, doesn't mean anything NOW, but back THEN it was actually pretty big--without it, according to some of the guys at Pixar, you wouldn't have Toy Story or some of Pixars other fantastic films.  Tron was a HUGE influence on John Lasseter, being one of the reasons he became interested in doing projects like Toy Story to begin with because Tron showed him that it was possible.  It wasn't big in terms of storytelling because they weren't striving to be big in terms of storytelling.  It was a total VISUAL experience.  It was what it was meant to be.  For most critics it is a point that goes over their head and they're often baffled by the following the original has mostly because they were missing the point to begin with.  In short, I can't think of anyone who would actually watches Tron because of it's plot.

And that was why I didn't like Tron Legacy as much.  I still found it visually arresting, but it was the idea of it TRYING to have a plot that made it less fun than the original.  The original was about having fun in the visual world it created, not about trying to get you think about humanity and all that.  I'm always unnerved as it is when I'm told that a movie has to have depth and meaning to be good.  It doesn't.  That's bullshit.  A movie like Tron is supposed to be fun.  If I want to watch a thought provoking movie I'll turn on Sundance or something (where most of the movies are apt to be boring BECAUSE they're only concerned with being thought provoking more so than entertaining, to be entertained is still important, even in smart movies).  I liked Tron Legacy, but I was very disturbed by this idea that even Tron, a movie that was NEVER about thought provocation decided they needed to have depth.  Not every movie has to be this intelligent thought provoking thing and I was insulted that Tron Legacy tried to be.  THAT was what made it so odd to watch.  It's like... why would you do that?  Probably because every movie is pressured to be that way now.  What happened to just going to movies to have fun?  To turn your brain off for a minute?  I'm all for thought provoking and smart movies, but not when it comes to a film where it clearly isn't necessary.  You wouldn't go and see Die Hard thinking, "Boy oh boy I sure hope this movie says something humanity!"  So why would any idiot do so for Tron? 

My rant is over.  I wouldn't say I was too disappointed, just incredibly urked that some idiot decided that if he wasn't saying anything it wouldn't be worth watching.  It's because Tron Legacy tries so hard to have a message that it was very hard to love. 
December 20, 2010
Ok....now that is a long comment LOL! The charm of the original was the world inside computers and this movie hardly improved on that. So in essence, I think we can both agree that this movie was pretentious as it tried to be something it shoudn't be and it led to its collapse. I dunno, I found the visuals in this movie boring (and maybe it is because the direction was just a disjointed mess) and I agree, the first movie was fun for things that it showed on the screen.

Yes, I would've liked this movie more if it kept its story simpler or maybe just better developed than it turned out to be.  If they found new ways to incorporate visuals and left futile attempts at something intelligent in the backdoor, then I may have enjoyed it more.

The director and the script was in over their heads with the plot's core. The problem was it may have been overreaching and I noticed some scenes that nay have been written out and then put back in the film; this killed it for me. It broke its own rules and contradicted itself, then it switched my instincts to pay attention to the plot because of the mood, amount of angst and set ups. I think we can both agree the film was badly directed and it approached it from an angle that shouldn't be.

review?
December 20, 2010
I just posted a review before commenting on yours.  If my comment comes off as kind of angry, I apologize, it was that I had settled from seeing the movie last night and I was actually mad that it tried so hard.  I was a little more generous letting it slide with a 3 but when I read your review my only thought was, "Yeah, I can get behind that."  I guess it was exciting to see that I wasn't the only who thought the movie was... just kind of a downer.  Although my review gets repetitive by constantly reminding people that, "The movie tries too hard..."  Because it really really did, and in the end it just came off as kind of artificial, you know?
December 20, 2010
Believe me, Pandolfi's review was way angrier than ours (just read your review a second ago) LOL! No problem if you sounded angry. There was just something that didn't sit well in this movie--I hope I managed to express it, good visuals but I still feel that there is just a huge mistake in the part of the direction. I felt that the script was re-written dozens of times and it never fixed the issues.

Question is: is bad direction, tedious dialogue and clumsy scripting to be ignored just because a movie is only meant as a display of movie magic? Isnt' any movie or entertainment medium meant to be judged as a final product whether all pieces fit together? Should we excuse overall quality for what it was supposedly meant to be visually speaking? Clearly they wanted to inject an intelligent plot into it when it tried to add themes and then never properly developed them....

This was a hard movie to review.  It looks good, but the plot killed its aces...
 
December 19, 2010
Woa, wow, no way! I'm amazed here! I really had high hopes for this too. Ever since watching The Matrix back in 1999, I had been convinced the time would come where we would revisit Tron. And now here it is and they drop the ball. Unreal. Thanks for a totally insightful review. I think the line I find most moving would have to be "the reason why the original film felt innovative was because it came before the internet age, and now, amid all the advancements in technology after 20 years, the writers of this sequel should've thought of new ways to bring forth innovative ideas to reflect the film's premise about a world inside computers." Brilliantly said. I will, based on your words, give it a look on Netflix but no theater urgency here! Thanks again, great work bro.
December 19, 2010
Yeah. Truth be told, the original was fun but real flawed. This is what you need to do; re-watch the original close your eyes and make up your own scenes with the effects much like in this sequel and you may see a better TRON movie than this one. Include Olivia Wilde since she is hot. LOL! What really pissed me off was the fact that the movie contradicted in its own set of rules and it had disjointed direction that did not make sense.

If you have a 50" screen with a seat about 75-120 inches away, you'll be fine with a rental. Thanks for the read, bro!
February 02, 2011
seen it yet, bro?
April 05, 2011
Hey,, Jay, I am waiting on you to review this one... ;)
 
December 19, 2010
I was really hoping this one would be better, great review WP.
December 19, 2010
I would advise to skip this one, Alex!
 
December 19, 2010
What impresses me is that, in spite of your dislike of the film, you were able to write a coherent, eloquent review. I was so mad by the experience of watching this movie that I could do little more than ramble about how bad it was. Perhaps it should be a rule to never review a movie when you're angry.
December 19, 2010
Thanks! Oh, I was real tempted to give this movie a negative, but it was a tad better than the abysmal "Skyline". I also reserve the negative ratings for tyrants and bad politics LOL!. I had a hearty meal after the movie and so I was in a better mood when I wrote this one LOL! I actually enjoyed your ramble, it prepared me for the worst. Thanks, Chris! I will be reading up on your review on Rabbit Hole; it is not playing around here unfortunately :(
 
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“Tron: Legacy” is a 3D high-tech adventure set in a digital world that’s unlike anything ever captured on the big screen. Sam Flynn (Garrett Hedlund), the tech-savvy 27-year-old son of Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges), 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 (Olivia Wilde), father and son embark on a life-and-death journey across a visually-stunning cyber universe that has become far more advanced and exceedingly dangerous.Poster art for "Tron: Legacy 3D"
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Director: Joseph Kosinski
Genre: Fantasy, Sci-Fi
Release Date: December 17, 2010
MPAA Rating: PG
Runtime: 2 hr. 7 min
Studio: Walt Disney Pictures
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