There are dazzling, bright lights everywhere and youâ€™re having enormous amounts of fun, but every twist and turn is anticipated from the moment you sit in your seat and that familiar bar securely places itself over your lap to ensure safety.
This isnâ€™t because youâ€™re a genius when it comes to roller coasters â€“ itâ€™s simply because Space Mountain is not your first one and â€“ with the rare exception â€“ most tend to be pretty much the same. كازنو
This is precisely what the â€œTRON: Legacyâ€ experience is like in IMAX 3-D.
Now, that doesnâ€™t necessarily mean that itâ€™s bad. Sure, itâ€™s highly predictable, but itâ€™s nevertheless fun and extremely enjoyable. Youâ€™re thrust into a world of bright lights, charming story and amiable characters. Thereâ€™s a simplistic innocence to it all topped with the energetic eye-candy glare of the cybernetic grid, and itâ€™s quite the ride.
It functions as a sequel to the original â€œTRONâ€ of the â€˜80s, with Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges) all grown up and the CEO of the extraordinarily successful ENCOM, raising his young son, Sam (Owen Best) and furthering his technological empire, while working on a series of assignments in the grid that would unlock secrets in science and philosophy.
And then he disappears and the years pass. Now the heir to the throne is a 27-year-old angst-ridden layabout, who re-enters the story as a hacker Robin Hood, gifting ENCOMâ€™s most expensive program to the users at large by sneaking into the main office, uploading it to the internet, and base-diving off of the ledge.
Not a bad way to suggest stubborn disinterest. Neither are the apparently regular trips to the local jail.
But Sam (Garrett Hedlund) is forced to follow in his fatherâ€™s footsteps when Godfather Alan Bradley (Bruce Boxleitner) receives a mysterious page from Kevinâ€™s arcade â€“ from a number that has been disconnected for twenty years.
As expected, our young protagonist makes it onto the grid, participates in all the requisite games and meets the mysterious Quorra (Olivia Wilde), whose origin one can all but scream upon expansion on the central theme, but is still intended to be wrought with the heavy tension of surprise at the end.
Then again, it is a kid’s movie. bet365 arab
But a fun one â€“ filled with dazzling lights, sporadically amusing dialogue and an impeccable score â€“ by far the best aspect of the film.
Daft Punk, the French duo known best for their unconventional dance beats and music videos, lend their marvelous talent to make â€œTRON: Legacyâ€ an auditory ecstasy. They even have a cameo in the film, as well, as the DJs in Zeusâ€™ (Michael Sheen) lounge.
Marvelously crafted, the music is a perfect accompaniment to the tension, elation and occasional wonder. The most compelling, despite its simplicity, has to be â€œFall,â€ which strikes an appropriate chord of urgency during the storyâ€™s darkest hour.
Otherwise, everything simply works. لعبة تربح فلوس
The actingâ€™s good â€“ especially by Bridges, though thatâ€™s to be expected â€“ the plot flows seamlessly, if somewhat unoriginally and the characters are charming.
The elder Flynn even took up a form of Eastern meditation evocative of the Tao, though at the height of the climactic tension, he admits that his son is â€œmessing with [his] Zen thing.â€
Itâ€™s a fun sci-fi flick adapted for a modern audience.
Itâ€™s a tried and true roller coaster with every twist and speed-bump firmly ingrained in the brain. Itâ€™s probably exactly what you expect.
But that doesnâ€™t mean itâ€™s a bad thing.