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Tron: Legacy

2010
Sci-fi
Suspense/Thriller
2h 5m
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 visually-stunning cyber universe that has become far more advanced and exceedingly dangerous. (ZootCatchy)
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Tron: Legacy

2010
Sci-fi
Suspense/Thriller
2h 5m
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Rated 23 Sep 2016
85
63rd
Flawed but fascinating. The story is ambitious and a bit of a mess, but the music and effects are hypnotic as hell. Worth your time, and rewards repeat viewings.
Rated 17 Dec 2010
4
33rd
Daft Punk! Great visuals! And a fully retarded storyline with useless emotional exposition ("i would've traded it all for one more day with you!"... uhm, seriously?) taking up precious time that could've been spent exploring Le Grid. It starts of great and gets gradually worse, as we abandon races on The Grid, crazy boomerang disc fights and general awesomeness for nonsensical bullcrap with CGI Jeff Bridges and Old "The Dude"-esque Jeff Bridges. Also. ISO's? Why were they even in movie?
Rated 10 Jan 2011
55
35th
The Dude abides in the matrix while listening to Daft Punks new album. Could have been worse
Rated 11 Apr 2011
72
52nd
A visually stunning film with a great soundtrack. There's some good action to be found, but the scipt is really poor. Thankfully, the music and effects help you to ignore the dialogue.
Rated 06 Jan 2011
60
41st
Yes, the film is at times extremely poorly written and acted, the third act doesn't work, and some things are just plain weird (the partial usage of the Inception score, Jeff Bridges talking like The Dude). But what a world it creates. The Grid is simply mesmerizing, and the film greatly takes advantage of the unique possibilities of its universe to create spectacular and breathtaking action sequences. And who can resist the retro-fabolous Daft Punk-soundtrack?
Rated 21 Dec 2010
65
46th
It's pure visual spectacle. The plot is undoubtedly average and quite frankly it doesn't really make much sense but at least it wasn't cringeworthy and the movie as a whole exuded a certain kind of charm. Despite its shortcomings, I still found it to be an engaging (if unremarkable) experience.
Rated 21 Dec 2010
40
19th
Overlong. Bad writing. Super-bland young actor. Moments of laughably over-done sentiment. Others of eyerollingly clumsy exposition. If you can overlook these many flaws, it's rather enjoyable. The score is cool, yet almost criminally derivative, and the women are pretty. So are the visuals (which couldn't exactly be said for the original 'Tron'!). I appreciated the exercise of creating a young Bridges. Oh, for the record, Jeff: If I want to spend time with the Dude, I'll put on The Big Lebowski.
Rated 23 Dec 2010
83
77th
Pretty much an incredibly good-looking nerdtacular film with very little to no substance. But that's okay, because it never set out to try and be anything more than that. So what if the story is a lame biblical analogy? I was too busy having my mind blown by the Daft Punk Soundtrack and Special Effects. And So what if it lacked emotionally? I was far more concerned with exploring an incredibly fantastical world. Sometimes good escapism really is more important in films.
Rated 26 Nov 2013
75
35th
Daft Punk had an impressive budget for the Tron: Legacy Score music video.
Rated 16 Dec 2010
5
42nd
The first half or so is exhilarating stuff. Light cycles on the grid were insanely cool, Daft Punk score and cameo were very well utilized and Sheen was great in a supporting role. If only that was the whole adventure. Its quite anti-climatic, young Bridges isn't quite pulled off, old Bridges is an uneven character and the relationship arc will lead to obvious jokes. There were some aspects I loved but glaring flaws and questionable leaps of logic by some characters hold this back.
Rated 16 Dec 2010
50
30th
Well, for one, if you were impressed by the 3D in Avatar, you shouldn't hesitate. I haven't seen many 3D films but The Grid here is scaringly well made. The first hour is sublime, with a nice Gotham-like feeling and tension building up nicely. Then comes the part where you'll be blown away by the 3D. Then it just softens up too much, and you end up waiting for nothing else than the next 3D show-off. Still, a great tribute to the good old Tron idea. Oh and best movie score 2010. Daft Punk ftw!
Rated 17 Dec 2010
90
92nd
Yes there are some flaws (young CGI-Bridges, the final aerial battle) but when a movie looks (the computerworld just looks spectacular in every detail) and sounds (Daft Punk...enough said) as awesome as this one you just have to ignore those minor flaws. Make no mistake:in terms of CGI-Style over substance movies this one is lightyears ahead of dreck like Speed Racer, Star Wars(New Trilogy), Transformers and similar movies.
Rated 18 Dec 2010
87
50th
Proof that RottenTomatoes is full of it. An exiting thrill ride with a brain. Jeff Bridges is always awesome! A lot of critics dislike the implausibility of the Tron films, but they don't realize that the new-age techno-mysticism is what makes Tron such good science fantasy. I loved the way the system was imbued with the aspects of its creators in the first one, and I love the way this one contrasts a programmer "creating" life and life actually coming into being. Plus, Olivia Wilde is hot.
Rated 20 Dec 2010
70
60th
This movie is fun to look at, but the story is lacking. It's pretty much like a little digital candy bar: great at the time, but no lasting value.
Rated 05 Jan 2011
70
67th
A befittingly vague "the Dude is God" plot-line serves as the excuse to spend 1.5 hours in the most beautifully designed digital world, while listening to great retro Daft Punk music. L'art pour fucking l'art, baby!
Rated 07 Jan 2011
50
37th
The only thing good about this, is the somewhat cool computerworld, but it's only a matter of time before you get tired of watching neon lines... The script is horrible, therefore also the acting and whats up with Bridges turning into The Dude more than once? Overall... I liked the first half hour, after that it got boring and the film doent explain the world clearly enough which results in an indefferent attitude towards the whole film!
Rated 16 Dec 2010
25
11th
Yet again Hollywood hits a new low for too much money spend on incredibly dull nonsense. I mean, I'll believe pigs can fly if it's delivered in a just decently entertaining fashion - Tron Legacy is not. The charm, fun and sense of adventure ride from the original has been digitally replaced by 3D that's _not_ close to Avatar standards. On top of that Garrett Hedlund is such an uninteresting action hero, he' almost Sam Worthington-bad... On the upside? It contains the best ass on film in 2010(!)
Rated 18 Dec 2010
7
84th
A pretty generic hero’s journey / Alice in Wonderland story with a dynamic and arresting audiovisual presentation. Gotta love those Daft Punk beats.
Rated 19 Dec 2010
83
86th
Highly effective and enjoyable as a visual extravaganza, and let's not forget that Tron's 1982 incarnation was nothing to write home about from a plot/storyline perspective, either. Exciting, engagingly played, and pretty charming, overall; a winner, for sure.
Rated 20 Dec 2010
47
14th
Slightly better than Avatar, because Daft Punk is in it.
Rated 20 Dec 2010
88
86th
Not highly likely to win many new converts, but for those who already like the original and want to see more, it satisfies. Wonderful visual evolution from Tron and the father/son story is touching. The CGI face they for Jeff Bridges is not perfect, but works well with just a few exceptions. I feel that they have bridged the uncanny valley here. The Daft Punk score is beautiful. It's very suggestive of the original but with plenty of today's newer sensibilities mixed in.
Rated 14 Jun 2011
71
61st
I admire the attempt to expand the TRON mythos, even if expanding the scope of the story occasionally makes things somewhat chatty and boring. ...okay, the story is a mess and full of logic holes, but at least they tried. Mainly the film is recommendable if only for some dazzling action sequences and gorgeous visuals, but it's not devoid of decent performances. Olivia Wilde is surprisingly good here, & of course Michael Sheen is watchable in anything. It's nothing special, but I had a good time.
Rated 22 Dec 2010
80
77th
Even when nothing was happening the musical score made it seem exciting. I couldn't believe how brutal this was, people were blowing up constantly.
Rated 28 Dec 2010
53
32nd
Tron: Legacy is a visually and audibly spectacular film however it's brought down gaping and easily fixable plot problems. How are the ISO's going to be able to give us new insight into religion, the universe and able to cure disease? We're told they can but the film never even brushes on how. Why did Flynn become corrupted? He just did, WELL THEN. Still it looks great with a fantastic soundtrack and Jeff Bridges as a hippie computer genius (who is spot on for the 80's) is entertaining.
Rated 29 Dec 2010
89
88th
Great everything really. 3D, or lack thereof, was a nice touch, action was exciting(specially anything to do with motorcycles), soundtrack was kicking ass all over the place, references were not rare and well appreciated, Sheen created another memorable supporting character and, of course, the "I am not your father" line almost killed me. The Matrix meets Star Wars.
Rated 29 Dec 2010
4
88th
If anything then Daft punk, really good CGI and actors makes this movie worth a watch. Of all actors was G.Hedlund only disappointment since all others were nothing but great. Although the script isn't brilliant, there is ample references to other films. The worst I can say about movie is unused potential in 3D.
Rated 29 Dec 2010
70
67th
I love the original Tron, and this movie more than satisfied my want for a Tron sequel. The plot is strong enough in concept, but not particuarly well executed, and the script is bordering on mentally challenged. But none of this matters. "Legacy" is a visual masterpiece, with the perfect Daft Punk soundtrack. This movie pressed all my nerdy Tron buttons. In short; light-cycles = fucking awesomeness...
Rated 22 Jan 2011
6
34th
Rides the wave of the original's cult status , alternating between tedious and arousing moments (love me some lightcycle scenes). Suffice to say, you can feel the makers gave it their best shot: the costumes are about as idiosyncratic as they come and Daft Punk's trippy, electrifying soundtrack perfectly befits the atmosphere, almost carrying the film single-handedly. Would've had a greater time had the script not been such a joke.
Rated 14 Apr 2012
69
37th
Disappointing. Great visuals and excellent audio can't prevail over boring story and far, far too little action.
Rated 15 Dec 2010
80
76th
Not as innovative or charming as the first film, but it's still a pretty wonderful sight to behold, and one of the rare instances where the 3D feels right. The film lightly touches on some sort of existential ideas, but a more thoughtful script could've made things more intelligent and emotionally involving. Weakness of the script aside, I was drawn into the story and won over by the spectacle. It's flashy 'n' modern but it's still Tron.
Rated 17 Dec 2010
60
5th
All show, no soul.
Rated 18 Dec 2010
40
31st
Disappointing at best. The plot makes absolutely no sense at all. The villain's character is the source of the major holes. He is a program designed to create a virtual world but can't himself write programs? Contradictions like these are common. He also has no motivation for leaving The Grid, which is the supposed source of tension in the film. Every aspect of this film's story has more holes than content, which could have easily been rectified with a new antagonist. I was expecting much more.
Rated 17 Jul 2011
50
43rd
Better than the original. *ducks* Seemed more influenced at times by The Big Lebowski than the original movie.
Rated 06 Mar 2011
26
19th
As much as I hated the updated Tron I was pleased they kept the 80s output, since the story went on from where the original Tron ended. It was a wise and logical decision to do. Like that, Tron was and still is with this sequel focused for minorities. Actually the plot of sequel followed pretty obediently the original's, even so that the motorcycle scene lasted way too short time.
Rated 19 Dec 2010
70
47th
After seeing this in IMAX 3D, it finally came to me that 3D is not always needed to be in every film. Tron Legacy was that film that shouldn't need the 3D viewing. No doubt the visuals were incredible. Scenery and cinematography grabbed my attention. Plus, it was hard to say which chick was hot. lol. The story, however, was plain, predictable, and not surprising (character-wise), especially the ending when Jeff Bridges's character acts like God showing his ultimate power at the last minute.
Rated 19 Dec 2010
42
4th
Hit by all the ponderous MacGuffins and politics; Tron Legacy seems like a sword-and-sandals epic in disguise--with enslaved gladiators, coups, big speeches from emperors. And it's just as dry and flat as any others that have come out as of late. On the plus side there's Daft Punk's score, Chinese stress balls, Micheal Sheen letting loose, and Jeff Bridge's reading of the line: "...yeah."
Rated 01 Dec 2013
49
20th
the best thing about this film is its scenario which is first an adaptation and second moderate at its best. (some clothes and products are cool though)
Rated 23 Jul 2011
95
97th
My ultimate guilty pleasure movie. It looks good, it sounds great, and it is fascinating. Set in a computerized world where anything is possible, nothing is therefore over the top and it's reliance on CGI only helps the setting. Not necessarily a smart movie, but it is well crafted and fun.
Rated 22 Dec 2010
95
87th
Proof not only that a sequel can be better, but that effects pictures needn't be crap! Jeff Bridges eats up the screen as the zen master Kevin Flynn, with marvellous turns from Garrett Hedlund, Michael Sheen and all the cast, while the director shows us exactly why CGI was invented! Daft Punk's score throws Wendy Carlos score for the original out of the window quite rightly, and all of these elements combine to make a masterpiece! 5 points deducted for CGI C.L.U. and narrative lulls, however.
Rated 16 Apr 2011
80
79th
Color me fully surprised, but 'Tron: Legacy' is a total complete blast of sight and sound. Watching the original 1982 'Tron' pales in comparison to the digital landscape and technical wizardry of the newly updated cyberworld conjured up by some very talented filmmakers. The story serves just enough purpose to allow Garrett Hedlund and Jeff Bridges to carry us through an eye-popping fireworks show of total imagination. I had a lot of fun here, and I'm still shocked this movie even exists!
Rated 23 Dec 2010
85
85th
Touched on some themes that I didn't expect (genocide, what?), in some excellent ways, held true to the bread-and-butter of Tron (that being the visuals)... very good movie. Visually stunning, with a formulaic-but-well-executed story behind it, which is certainly not a bad thing. Sci-Fi can easily be fucked up, but they pulled it off quite superbly. There's wonk to the found in the characters' inter-relationships, but it's minor. CGI Bridges looked phenomenal. Plus, Olivia Wilde is delicious.
Rated 23 Jan 2012
80
97th
Solid story, but amazing visuals!
Rated 18 May 2011
65
42nd
Silly as shit and the plot doesn't make a lick of sense.. just like the original. Jeff Bridges seems to be having a good ole' time in this sequel to his original camp fest. All the other actors seem to be showcasing their sexy tights but with little else to show for it. The electronic synth score and acid like visuals makes up for having to listen to the people speak. If you just look at it as a full length music video carried by CGI artists it makes everything much more enjoyable.
Rated 26 Dec 2010
1
4th
Lasers and lights and stuff.
Rated 27 Dec 2010
77
48th
Bridges' Flynn's semi-interesting, but Hedlund's impulsive rebel? Even teens would prefer a hero who took an utterly new universe less in stride, or was less instantly capable of competing against the most graceful of opponents in a disc competition even though we've never even seen him hold a Frisbee. Insights in2 this world r just as absent: there's a night club but what r the programs on break from? If 1/10 of the time spent on CGI was spent refining IDEAS this'd be more than great eye-candy
Rated 01 Mar 2011
92
79th
Amazing visuals, score and audio. The story has some slow sections though, but put Daft Punk in anything, it has to be good.
Rated 27 Dec 2010
82
80th
You've got to admire a sci-fi/fantasy that commits to being a different world, with it's own rules that make sense to the characters even if they're a bit silly to you and I. CGI Bridges is a bit ropey, but Garrett Hedlund carries the peice well enough. Likewise Olivia Wilde continues to show a real variety in her character repertoire, playing a kick-ass heroine with an almost childlike personality. The whole show is stolen, however, by Michael Sheen's outrageous Thin White Duke impression.
Rated 17 Jun 2012
95
88th
Great-looking and Daft Punk rules
Rated 27 Mar 2011
75
66th
I like this film more every time I watch it. Once you suspend your disbelief to the point you would with a film about magic and ignore the impulse to treat it like a sci-fi you can enjoy it as the stunning blockbuster it is.
Rated 29 Dec 2010
69
26th
Tron: Wasted Potential. The amazing art direction wasn't enough to save this bore of a movie. I don't understand whats so difficult; just blast Daft Punk and explore the grid. You don't have to include some stupid story when your writers obviously aren't talented enough to produce something unique and interesting.
Rated 30 Dec 2010
82
79th
An imperfect sequel but much better than the critics said it would be. The special effects were amazing and the storyline took off from the original plot well.
Rated 23 Apr 2011
55
24th
Poorly a compilation of effects, characters and stories from Matrix, Star Wars etc but at the same time, entertaining with Merovingian-like Sheen and Lebowskian Bridges.
Rated 31 Dec 2010
75
36th
If you're going to sacrifice story at the expense of visual effects, those effects better be transcendent. T:L's come close, but outside of its driving, quasi-throwback Daft Punk score, this is the definition of a one-trick pony whose jaw-dropping visuals can't completely overcome the paper thin story and a blandly non-plussed leading man who isn't the least bit phased or inquisitive about waking up inside of an ACTUAL COMPUTER and who somehow has little trouble defeating its deadliest warriors.
Rated 01 Jan 2011
71
16th
This works better as a Daft Punk concert than a movie.
Rated 27 Nov 2011
95
86th
The music! Such amazing music. The soundtrack by Daft Punk immediately won me over. Overall a fantastic film. Holds it's own very well, and does a great job at being a sequel to a classic. The action is great, the acting is great, and the story is superb. :)
Rated 27 Apr 2013
75
47th
A healthy slice of summer escapism, elevated by spectacular visual effects and Daft Punk's glorious, thundering synthesizers. Jeff Bridges is kind of great in it, too.
Rated 01 Jan 2011
35
5th
Nice special effects and Daft Punk don't make up for what is a soulless movie. There's no real story here, just some vague premise to hang effects sequences on. Nothing that happens feels like it has any consequence, it's like they had a bunch of different ideas of what they wanted to do and instead of focusing on a few decided to just throw everything in regardless of whether it made sense or was necessary. A movie made to kick-start a franchise rather than tell a good story.
Rated 01 Jan 2011
80
19th
After a very cool first half the movies looses pace. Visually astonishing.
Rated 15 May 2022
55
36th
Improves on the original in some respects but not where it counts most: the story. In that regard, it is similar insofar as it has no real interest in properly exploring the world it creates or the questions arising from it. Viewers seeking an impressive light show will undoubtedly find much to appreciate in this costly audio-visual spectacle, which assaults the senses from all possible angles. For the rest of us, it is style over substance and therefore another missed opportunity.
Rated 29 Oct 2013
2
45th
plastic & leds everywhere
Rated 24 Apr 2011
60
31st
Average. Not a lot about this film is much worth the money one might pay to see it. Liked the music though.
Rated 10 Jan 2011
60
79th
Its easy to judge by aesthetics, where there's little that compares to the slick neon world of Tron. While the Daft Punk score is good enough that I would have been satisfied with a screensaver.
Rated 11 Jan 2011
57
12th
A mess of good and bad elements. The lead man is absolutely boring, entirely uncharismatic, and overall a terrible actor. But Jeff Bridges does very well (duel performances, of sorts), Michael Sheen has a lot fun with his Bowie impression, and Olivia Wilde ... looks nice. But the overall problem/quality of the film is that it's so technically awesome, but doesn't quite have the effect that it should be having (keyword being 'quite').
Rated 11 Jan 2011
40
25th
Daft Punk's soundtrack is fitting and the 3D visuals superb, but the film resembles a video game (Mass Effect, KOTOR) a bit too much and the characters obviously lack depth.
Rated 16 Jan 2011
70
64th
- highly recommended :: like the first film (which wasn't all that good, btw,) this one is weak on plot and strong on visuals.
Rated 10 Jan 2014
75
16th
Fun, but meh.
Rated 19 Jan 2011
80
85th
Shut up. I enjoyed it. LIGHT CYCLES!!!!!!!
Rated 21 May 2018
80
31st
This isn't a sequel to Tron this is (as someone else described it) a Daft Punk video about Jesus teaming up with the Jedi to stop the Nazis in the Matrix, and David Bowie is there for some reason!
Rated 21 Jan 2013
50
27th
At least it was visually and auditorily dazzling.
Rated 28 Apr 2011
4
56th
Gorgeous art direction, musical choices, and the fine action pieces cause me to forgive the abomination of digital de-aged Jeff Bridges.
Rated 30 Jan 2011
93
79th
EYEGASM
Rated 29 Oct 2010
55
13th
23 minutes preview released on 28.10.2010 gives a first glimpse.................. Feb 2011 watched the whole movie and my rating falls from 87 to 55:)
Rated 01 Dec 2010
81
82nd
TRON:Legacy seems to be the perfect movie to utilize the new 3D technology. The music, a superb mix of classic an electronic, truly paints the movie with sound, enriching the experience of the viewer.
Rated 03 Jun 2012
100
98th
perfect marriage of visuals and music. daft punk is amazing. doesn't add profanity or sex to create an enjoyable experience.
Rated 07 Sep 2011
30
7th
Laughable. One of the worst films I've ever seen.
Rated 18 Dec 2010
72
32nd
Fails in every area I thought it would succeed, though not horribly so. The visual style is actually way more simplistic and boring than the original, essentially a neo-tokyo nightclub the whole way through. Daft Punk's soundtrack can be great, when they opt for it over normal Hans Zimmer-esque pounding. The tech metaphor is lost after the first 20 minutes. And chock-full of post-Matrix karate bullshit. It's still entertaining and I'm glad a risk was taken, but what a disappointment.
Rated 26 Feb 2012
71
45th
Some story elements could have been explored in more depth, and some of the dialogue could have been punched up. But it's a fun movie, with a good soundtrack and some enjoyable action sequences.
Rated 18 Apr 2011
30
33rd
Nice visuals, great music that works better on its own than it does in the film. What really lets it down is the insipid plot that does absolutely nothing with the Tron universe. It's a clichéd mess that could as well be the story of any straight-to-DVD sci-fi chase movie. Enjoyable while it lasts but once your eyes stop being assaulted and your brain has time to process it, the film falls apart very quickly.
Rated 21 Mar 2011
42
28th
Its only been two days since I watched it, and already I hardly remember anything at all about this film. It is not painfully bad, as some (most) of these blockbusters get, but it doesn't hold any pleasant surprises either. Daft Punk score ain't very good too.
Rated 20 May 2015
17
67th
Man they should totally remove the video and just publish the audio, but like, just the music. I'd give that a 20/20.
Rated 21 Dec 2010
58
49th
With Daft Punk carrying it, it's always adequately trippy and fluorescent, but the emotional components are in turns chewed for, remote or daft.
Rated 22 Dec 2010
45
18th
Really anti-climatic. Young Bridges is intoxicated with Botox and Old Bridges wants to be the Big Lebowski again :P
Rated 02 Mar 2011
70
29th
Eh, I didn't watch it for its plot, that's for sure. It wasn't nearly as awful as it could have been, and at the very least you can look at the all the pretty neon.
Rated 27 Dec 2010
80
50th
Kosinski has created a truly beautiful universe accompanied by an amazing soundtrack that almost makes you forget that the plot is quite wobbly and gets especially loose towards the ending. Garrett Hedlund, as Sam Flynn, does not always succeed in delivering his one liners convincingly (but that might be the scripts fault). However, overall he does give a quite decent performance which (un)fortunately is overshadowed by the always excellent Michael Sheen and the coolness of Jeff Bridges.
Rated 17 Mar 2024
70
33rd
I adore the costume design, the world, and the music. It still holds up years later. The plot does not unfortunately. Gorgeous movie though.
Rated 15 Jun 2011
55
22nd
Only for effects and music...the rest was just plain boring...
Rated 01 Jan 2012
40
1st
Pretty to look at, but the story is awful (the philosophy is silly and shallow and the parts that aren't predictable are essentially random and stupid). Might deserve lower than a score of 40!
Rated 12 Feb 2011
33
17th
The only thing this movies is supposed to be is awesome or, failing that, bizarre and futuristic, instead it's predictable and simple. It's also pretty uninteresting other than the CG Jeff Bridges who is 20 years younger.
Rated 14 Dec 2023
61
18th
Very stupid and boring, man
Rated 19 Jul 2011
75
69th
Visually amazing and taking into consideration it is a Disney movie it is pretty good. I thought I was going to be disappointed but I enjoyed it.
Rated 08 Apr 2011
82
79th
I thought it was a terrific movie.
Rated 03 Jan 2011
70
51st
Yes, plot wise it is lacking, and the 3D is a bit pointless. But the visuals are great and the performances decent enough. Could of used more time exploring the grid, but Michael Sheen's performance as Daavvviiiddd Booooowwwwiiieee is worth half the admission fee. Edit: some of the plot holes are bugging me, so I've dropped it a bit.
Rated 20 Oct 2012
50
12th
It was fun and fine.
Rated 27 Dec 2021
65
28th
Enjoyable techno-fantasy almost feels like a computer based version of LABYRINTH (especially when Sheen's Bowie-esque, androgynous antagonist shows up) - livelier than the original, if not necessarily anymore coherent, with Bridges (the older) doing his best Harrison Ford in maintaining authority amidst the silliness, though the creepy, "uncanny valley" younger Bridges is never convincing. Visually stunning at times; this probably would have benefited from an IMAX/theatre viewing.
Rated 08 May 2011
60
51st
Lifted up by its visuals, soundtrack and action sequences. Held down by ... everything else.
Rated 13 Mar 2011
60
23rd
20% movie 20% nostalgia 20% soundtrack
Rated 13 Jan 2011
76
51st
Wonderful soundtrack and visuals, but I have no idea what the plot was about.
Rated 31 May 2020
47
48th
neat visuals
Rated 15 Nov 2011
55
31st
You know, it wasn't bad. It wasn't good, but it wasn't bad. OK, so I was a bit disappointed at how much more high-tech they made it look, the supposed lead is wooden and dull, some of the backstory could have used a little more fleshing out, and Jesus Christ (by which I mean Jeff Bridges) could they cut down on the messianic overtones just a tiny bit? But hey, it really is Tron 2. I'm already looking forward to the Rifftrax of this one.
Rated 23 Feb 2013
35
19th
Lights and sounds. Utterly meaningless and unrelentingly silly, but two good decisions by the filmmakers (who to hire to compose the soundtrack; how to construct the Jeff Bridges character) help.

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