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Postby Zer088 » Sat Jan 10, 2009 4:29 pm UTC

looks like its true
Link 1, Link 2

Trailer that isn't blurry as fucking hell
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another trailer

I'm rather upset that this hasn't already been posted.
so what are your hopes and dreams for this movie?
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Re: tron 2.0

Postby dbsmith » Sun Jan 11, 2009 8:04 pm UTC

For it to not exist

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Postby Zer088 » Mon Jan 12, 2009 1:50 am UTC

Why? It looks good to me
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Re: tron 2.0

Postby Allenr » Mon Jan 12, 2009 2:29 am UTC

The first tron was amazing, I just hope the new one doesn't suck.
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Re: tron 2.0

Postby Zer088 » Sat Jul 25, 2009 1:23 pm UTC

High res trailer out now. and i guess its called Tron Legacy now

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Re: tron 2.0

Postby tin » Sun Jul 26, 2009 2:35 pm UTC

Wowsers. That is a sexy looking film. And they've gotten Jeff Bridges on board, so that's hopeful.

Then again, I am completely biased about liking this upcoming re-make, because Daft Punk are scoring it. Fuck yes.
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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby the_bandersnatch » Sun Aug 02, 2009 9:17 am UTC

The high res trailer looks amazing, stylistically and musically great. This could actually turn out pretty decent.
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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby lu6cifer » Sat Aug 08, 2009 3:58 am UTC

I like that they brought Jeff Bridges back.

But, I'm actually disappointed with the light cycle demonstration.
The original Tron's light cycle battle seemed much faster and much more intense than this.
Tron Legacy's light cycles look bulky and slow, and the fact that they can create curved light walls detract from their sense of intense accelerations and speed. The instantaneous jerks and turns from the original one really built up the suspense.
Also, they're a bit too loud. The original light cycles produce this high pitched humming noise, as opposed to a low, rumbling noise, which makes the light cycle seem slower and heavier.

It also doesn't look like they've been digitized and plopped into cyberspace anymore.
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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby frogman » Sat Aug 08, 2009 4:31 am UTC

This looks like it could be really, really cool (free-moving lightcycles ftw!) but I am REALLY hoping that whoever is making it (disney?) won't screw it up. I'm a pretty big TRON fan, so I'll be forcing all of my friends to come see this movie :)
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Postby Dream » Sun Aug 09, 2009 12:16 am UTC

tin wrote: Daft Punk are scoring it. Fuck yes.

HOLY FUCKING GOD DAMNED CRAP!

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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby Nhoj Serob » Thu Aug 13, 2009 7:04 pm UTC

Huh... So it's official now. Pretty sweet. I just hope they get the light cycle sequences right and stay as close to "real" comp uter talk as they did in the original
This looks like it could be really, really cool (free-moving lightcycles ftw!) but I am REALLY hoping that whoever is making it (disney?) won't screw it up. I'm a pretty big TRON fan, so I'll be forcing all of my friends to come see this movie


From what I hear, the original makers of tron are the same guys at the head of this project, and the images seen in the Tron Legacy trailer were directed by whomever* was currently director of photography at Pixar at the time.
From the looks of the trailer, everything looks good except the suits and the Lightcycles. I seem to remember more lights on the suits and less on the cycles than what was shown.
Gotta love the sudo-TV effect on the faces though. I think I prefer that to the traditional black and white faces.


*(Is it whomever or whoever in this case, I wonder?)
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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby lu6cifer » Sun Aug 23, 2009 4:20 am UTC

Nhoj Serob wrote:From what I hear, the original makers of tron are the same guys at the head of this project, and the images seen in the Tron Legacy trailer were directed by whomever* was currently director of photography at Pixar at the time.

*(Is it whomever or whoever in this case, I wonder?)


Almost certain it's whomever, because it's being used as an object?
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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby Zohar » Sun Aug 23, 2009 5:10 am UTC

My English teacher told me to use "whom" when the answer is him, her, them etc., and "who" when the answer is he, she, they and so on.

So that means it should be "whomever".

Also, to get on topic, very pretty trailer. I thought it would suck, but excellent visual style and Daft Punk doing the soundtrack and very good starting points.
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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby Nath » Sun Aug 23, 2009 8:35 am UTC

lu6cifer wrote:
Nhoj Serob wrote:From what I hear, the original makers of tron are the same guys at the head of this project, and the images seen in the Tron Legacy trailer were directed by whomever* was currently director of photography at Pixar at the time.

*(Is it whomever or whoever in this case, I wonder?)


Almost certain it's whomever, because it's being used as an object?

It's 'whoever'. 'Whoever' is the subject in its clause; the whole clause is the object in the sentence.

On topic: I should probably watch the original Tron before this comes out.

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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby Nhoj Serob » Mon Aug 24, 2009 11:06 pm UTC

Finally viewed the "official" trailer, as opposed to the bootlegged one.
As far as directing style goes, the trailer is spot on, but I still don't think the suits just look Tron enough without looking like a circuit board.

Oh, and I love how the guy running away heads into the crack in the wall like in the original.
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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby Zer088 » Sun Mar 21, 2010 2:11 pm UTC

bump for new content
new trailer out can be found here

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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby frezik » Mon Mar 22, 2010 10:28 pm UTC

Looks like they have a wonderfully updated visual style, which is all they needed. What, you thought the original had a great story, characters, and acting? Did you ever watch it after you turned twelve years old?

Bruce Boxleitner's acting between that and Babylon 5 improved several orders of magnitude.
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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby Nhoj Serob » Thu Apr 15, 2010 2:39 pm UTC

I'm kind of disappointed by the lack of lights on the tron-suits. back in the day they looked like a circuit board, now they just look like a lit-up jogging suit : (
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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby mikhail » Thu Apr 15, 2010 7:30 pm UTC

Zohar wrote:My English teacher told me to use "whom" when the answer is him, her, them etc., and "who" when the answer is he, she, they and so on.

So that means it should be "whomever".

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Also, to get on topic, very pretty trailer. I thought it would suck, but excellent visual style and Daft Punk doing the soundtrack and very good starting points.

Do I need to hand in my geek card here? Everyone whose opinion I trust on film thinks Tron is a piece of camp trash, instantly obsolete. Has it gotten a free pass here? Or do I need to watch it after all?

Pretty trailer though, and not excessively spoilerish, for which I give a million bonus points*.

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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby Zohar » Fri Apr 16, 2010 10:29 am UTC

There's a pretty good chance I don't remember her correctly mikhail. It was 11 years ago after all. As for Tron, I don't think people consider it good, it's as you've said - campy trash. The trailer just looks really good.
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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby rnbguru » Fri Apr 16, 2010 5:03 pm UTC

I'm interested to see how it performs. It looks like it would target a very niche audience. Weird since they're already planning a sequel.

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Postby RogueCynic » Tue Oct 19, 2010 7:49 pm UTC

I saw a commercial for a Tron:Legacy toy set. I remember the origional and the arcade game. I liked the special effects which were state of the art at the time. The plot was interesting, probably the first time someone set foot in a computer. I've always wondered what happened behind the screen. Anyone interested in seeing the new movie? Thoughts?
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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby Sockmonkey » Wed Oct 20, 2010 10:34 am UTC

lu6cifer wrote:The original Tron's light cycle battle seemed much faster and much more intense than this.
Tron Legacy's light cycles look bulky and slow, and the fact that they can create curved light walls detract from their sense of intense accelerations and speed. The instantaneous jerks and turns from the original one really built up the suspense.
Exactly. The instantaneous right-angle turns were tense and exciting. Also nothing screams "you're in a computer simulation, not the real world" like giving Newton's laws the finger the way the original cycles did.

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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby GhostWolfe » Thu Dec 16, 2010 11:28 am UTC

lu6cifer wrote:The original light cycles produce this high pitched humming noise, as opposed to a low, rumbling noise, which makes the light cycle seem slower and heavier.
If I heard correctly, during the movie, the original lightcycle is described as being "the fastest"; implying that the new lightcycles are indeed heavier, but presumably more powerful in other ways.

I was... a tiny bit disappointed. Tron was all kinds of awesome-cute, and I found that Legacy took itself just a little bit seriously; with all these quiet, expositional speeches and discussions. Could have done with more scenes with the lightcycles. It wasn't badly paced, but it could have stood up to a more action-oriented pacing.

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Postby BirdMav » Thu Dec 16, 2010 9:31 pm UTC

Tron: Legacy, at least to me, will have profound ramifications on the future of virtual reality and education reform.
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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby Nhoj Serob » Sun Dec 19, 2010 1:32 am UTC

Movie was bad. REALLY bad. Don't bother going to see it. Plot holes were every where, characters and concepts were introduced, and then COMPLETLY ignored, severel threads were left un-resolved.








{SPOILERS AHEAD, GO ON AND READ THEM THOUGH< THE MOVIE ISN"T WORTH WAITING FOR}
Spoiler:
Tron (The character) was barely there, he started out as a bad guy, Flynn pulls some un explained, un precedented Jedi Mind Trick Bullshit and Tron suddenly says "I fight for the users. Derp". and sacrificres himself. The female character (didn't bother remembering her name) ends up being the last "ISO", but don't worry about what THOSE are (they are COMPLETLY unrelated to the real-world ISO file extension), it's given a 10 second explenation, and then completly ignored. the big part is that being an ISO is Special, and makes her Unique. The character of Dillenger's son is introduced at the begining of the movie, as if with the intent of playing a larger part in the plot, and then is completly forgotten.
The whole plot was Shit in a Chipotle wrapper: it looks, really, REALLY good, but in the end, it's still just shit in a wrapper.

A few things point to there being an "extended" version A LA Avatar, but I refuse to go see them, because it'd be like being kneed in the balls and then paying to take another round.

Aside from that, Daft Punk was awesome, Jeff Bridges still knows how to act, and the SFX were awesome, but the DL is that it's just not worth it, man. wait for the libraries to get it on DVD.
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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby GhostWolfe » Sun Dec 19, 2010 3:25 am UTC

Nhoj Serob wrote:The character of Dillenger's son is introduced at the beginning of the movie, as if with the intent of playing a larger part in the plot, and then is completly forgotten.
Untrue. That was just a throwaway for TRON fans. Cillian Murphy wasn't even credited for the role.

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Postby Nhoj Serob » Sun Dec 19, 2010 3:28 am UTC

GhostWolfe wrote:
Nhoj Serob wrote:The character of Dillenger's son is introduced at the beginning of the movie, as if with the intent of playing a larger part in the plot, and then is completly forgotten.
Untrue. That was just a throwaway for TRON fans. Cillian Murphy wasn't even credited for the role.

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But the way the set him up would have made it clear to anyone who hadn't seen TRON that he was likely a vital character. It was un-called for. A good reference idea was putting Sam in Dumonts old garage. It was noticible, but not distracting.
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Postby Izawwlgood » Sun Dec 19, 2010 4:33 am UTC

I found this very entertaining. Visually, musically. So the plot is sort of thin; so was the first Tron. I found it entertaining to watch and draw parallels to organic life, which is, I wager, part of the thrust of the concept.

Combat scenes were a bit jerky, Olivia Wilde was largely under used (but looked great). So what's that leave? Really cool visuals, and AMAZING music. Daft Punks appearance was awesome.

I'm not even a fan of Daft Punk, but jeeeeeeeeeeeez, they were spectacular.
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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby GhostWolfe » Sun Dec 19, 2010 4:44 am UTC

Izawwlgood wrote:Olivia Wilde was largely under used.
Quorra bothered me. I feel like they thought "we have to have a female character!" so they threw her in there. She's supposed to be innocent and ultimately niave, but she's written as a total badass, and I don't think those two can be successfully reconciled, so her character just feels underwritten and under-utilised.

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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby Midnight » Sun Dec 19, 2010 5:37 am UTC

GhostWolfe wrote:She's supposed to be innocent and ultimately niave, but she's written as a total badass, and I don't think those two can be successfully reconciled,

...you've never watched Firefly, have you?


Regardless, this movie just felt like it went through The Great Producing Machine too often. The plot was entirely predictable, and every conversation could be divided into "This conversation is fun filler that helps with characters!" and "This conversation explains the plot!"
I mean, I thought Inception repeatedly explained stuff, but this movie barely needed explaining. You could probably watch it without sound and understand it
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maybe not getting the whole ISO thing--but it seemed meaningless anyways, cause Jeff Bridges kept saying "they changed everything, they're so smart, they'll bring world peace..." and when we meet one, she's acting pretty damn normal the whole time. I mean, the only revelation associated with her was that she was an iso... and that was that.

but you shouldn't watch it without sound, cause Daft Punk did the sound track and even though it's still a dramatic-movie-soundtrack, it's the shit.
And it's fun to watch. It's entertaining but it's not a GOOD movie. No thoughts were provoked in the writing, re-writing, re-re-writing, re-re-re-dullingwriting of this script.
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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby GhostWolfe » Sun Dec 19, 2010 6:50 am UTC

Midnight wrote:...you've never watched Firefly, have you?
River was never "naive". She was a cloud cuckoolander.

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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby Midnight » Sun Dec 19, 2010 8:08 am UTC

don't do this to me. Naw man, naw man, I just got clean i just got auhgGHHHHH THE TROPES. THEY FUEL ME.

Still, Tron was alright. But not great.
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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby Nhoj Serob » Sun Dec 19, 2010 1:25 pm UTC

Midnight wrote:
GhostWolfe wrote:t
Spoiler:
maybe not getting the whole ISO thing--but it seemed meaningless anyways, cause Jeff Bridges kept saying "they changed everything, they're so smart, they'll bring world peace..." and when we meet one, she's acting pretty damn normal the whole time. I mean, the only revelation associated with her was that she was an iso... and that was that.


Spoiler:
you're not getting the ISO thing because you weren't meant to. It was only put in the movie for the purpose of making Quorra "special


Oh and TRON: Legacy didn't just have a thin plot. I can deal with a thin plot, hence me liking the original. TRON: Legacy had a thin plot that was shattered, torn, de-rezzed, re-programed, sent through a blender and then wrapped up in a nice looking package.
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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby Midnight » Sun Dec 19, 2010 10:03 pm UTC

I'm aware, haha. I grasped the concepts of the movie because it was pathetically easy to do so. I was saying you might not get that particular "nuance" if you watched it without sound... but you'd get the rest of it.
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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby JayDee » Tue Dec 21, 2010 2:51 am UTC

Saw it this morning, enjoyed it thoroughly. Everything I was expecting from the trailer. Loved the look of it. (I think "darker and edgier" worked for the art style, even if it made the plot more laughable.) I liked the simplified neon/latex outfits. Especially the robes.

The sound was great too. I went to a new cinema in town that has "Titan X-treme Cinema!!!" which apparently means slightly more comfortable seating and three times as many speakers. Which they turn right up. Very nice.
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I got a vaguely Leeloo vibe from her, personally.
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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby CorruptUser » Tue Dec 21, 2010 7:11 am UTC

It was a great B-Movie, but again, the plot. So many holes. For example, when do you think was the last time the arcade paid an electric bill?

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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby Nhoj Serob » Tue Dec 21, 2010 1:04 pm UTC

CorruptUser wrote:It was a great B-Movie, but again, the plot. So many holes. For example, when do you think was the last time the arcade paid an electric bill?


Thanks for yet another reason! Oh and Encom has 1 fat security gaurd for the ENTIRE building? AND he's willing to chase Sam up to the roof on top of a crane?!?!?
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Re: Tron Legacy

Postby Jesse » Tue Dec 21, 2010 1:14 pm UTC

This is another film where expectations matter. If you went there to watch Inception, you'll be disappointed. If, like me, you went into this film wanting to see pretty things glow brightly while Daft Punk makes your eardrums explode in joy, then you'll really enjoy it.

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Postby JayDee » Tue Dec 21, 2010 1:35 pm UTC

Yeah. I have a hard time understanding people who went in expecting, you know, plot.
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