TRON Legacy

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  1. gwennie81

    gwennie81 New Member

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    Loved TRON in 3-D. Lots of action, visually stunning, great characters, total thrill. Yet, it was accessible enough to take the kids (not too violent, etc.). Kids might not be able to completely follow the story, though.

    Bought the soundtrack and have listened to that the past 2 days and nothing else.

    Two thumbs way up!
     
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    Yep :yes: saw this film on Boxing Day and it was simply fab! :yes:
     
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    Nervous......

    this was a defining film in my childhood - remakes/sequels make me uneasy
     
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    Saw it last week, thought it was really good.

    Really takes you back to the original and the soundtrack is stunning.

    The use of a mix of 2D and 3D works really well, with only the scenes on the grid being 3D whilst real life scenes are all in 2D. The 3D effects are also more atmospheric rather than jump out at you type stuff.

    All in all a really good sequel. My 8 year old son loved it too..
     
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    STILL not seen it :( but really want to (whilst being scared about it ruining the original)
     
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    It definately doesn't ruin the original (in my opinion).
     

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