Tuesday, December 21, 2010


Tron legacy, naskah yang menghiburkan. Seronok jugak filem digital mcm nieh, tapi hakikatnya ada cerita sebaliknya yang nak di sampaikan. Pertama sekali, jangan terlalu taksub nak mengubah persepsi atau hak Maha Pencipta yakni Allah s.w.t. Sesungguhnya untuk membuat satu perubahan dengan kelebihan teknologi hakikatnya akan memusnahkan dunia ini tanpa sempadan. Akhirnya bila manusia ingin menjadi tuhan sudah tentu tewas di tangan manusia juga. Walau bagaimanapun, bila nonton Tron Legacy jangan anggap ianya sebagai hiburan sahaja sebaliknya kita fikir akan mesej yang ingin di sampaikan ke minda kita.
[lepas jugak rindu angah pada Bruce Boxleitner yang memegang watak Alan @ Tron]

Jeff Bridges as Kevin Flynn @ Clu
Garret Hedlund as Sam Flynn
Bruce Boxleitner as Alan Bradley @ Tron
Olivia Wilde as Quorra
Michael Sheen as Castor / Zuse


In 1989, Kevin Flynn, an innovative software programmer and the CEO of ENCOM International, tells his eight-year old son Sam about a new "digital frontier" he has created called The Grid, a virtual domain existing inside the game system. Kevin tells Sam of the two programs helping him, Tron and Clu. Tron keeps The Grid secure, while Clu is tasked with creating the perfect system.

Twenty years later, Sam haunted by Flynn's mysterious disappearance, investigates a page that originated from a supposedly disconnected number at Flynn's long-shuttered arcade. Exploring the arcade, Sam discovers a concealed door leading to a computer laboratory in the basement. Attempting to discover what his father was doing by calling up the command logs and reissuing the last command entered Sam activates a digitizing laser which transports him to The Grid.

Sam is captured and taken to the game arena where he receives combat armor and an identity storage battle disc from four Sirens, including Gem. When Sam attempts to escape he is pitted against Rinzler, a master of the games, who discovers that Sam is not a program, but a user. Sam is taken to Clu, who Sam initially believes is his father. Clu brings Sam into a Light Cycle match with several other programs, and Sam is nearly killed before Quorra rescues him, taking him to a distant hideout. There, he is reunited with his father Kevin. It is revealed that during The Grid's development the so-called "isomorphic algorithms" (ISOs) manifested out with the potential to unlock mysteries in almost every field of science, philosophy and art. Clu saw the ISOs as imperfect beings and following his programming, betrayed both Kevin and Tron and seized control over The Grid. He then systematically eliminated all ISOs. It is further revealed that the portal to the real world, which takes massive amounts of energy to sustain, cannot be open indefinitely and ultimately closes: it can only be opened from the outside.

Quorra reveals that Kevin can choose to "re-integrate" with Clu at any time, but that the process would destroy them both. Seeing how determined Sam is to go back, Quorra tells him about Zuse who she believes may be able to provide safe passage out of The Grid. Using Flynn’s Light Cycle to travel back onto The Grid, Sam changes identities before the vehicle is detained. While searching for Zuse, Sam encounters Gem, who tells Sam she can lead him to the person he needs to find.

At the End of Line Club, the club owner Castor is revealed to be Zuse, but turns against Sam. Kevin and Quorra arrive to rescue Sam, and Quorra is severely injured when her arm is derezzed. They escape but Kevin's disc is seized by a guard, and eventually winds up in the hands of Castor. Kevin, Sam and Quorra are nearly killed when the elevator they are on plummets from the End of Line club. Kevin uses his system creator powers to bring all to a gentle stop. Castor bargains with Clu to be given administration over the city for Kevin’s disc, but Clu takes the disc and destroys the club, derezzing Castor and Gem. Stowing away on a transport ship, Kevin heals Quorra, now revealed to be the last surviving ISO, bringing her back online.

All ultimately arrive at a station within a massive warship. Trying to avoid detection, they encounter Rinzler. Giving her identity disc to Kevin, Quorra sacrifices herself as a distraction so that Sam and Kevin may safely reach the portal. Watching Quorra's capture, Kevin sees Rinzler and immediately recognizes him as Tron, reprogrammed to serve Clu. Clu reveals his plans to use Kevin's disc as a means of sending himself and his army into the real world in order to "perfect" it. While Kevin commandeers a flyer, Sam saves Quorra and retakes Kevin's disc.

They head for the portal, pursued by Clu, his guards and the reprogrammed Tron using light-jets. Between Quorra's evasive flying and Sam manning a rear turret, they manage to shoot down most of their opponents, only to come under fire from Clu. As their flyer takes damage, Tron manages to break his programming and collides with Clu's light-jet. As Clu and Tron fall towards the digital sea, Clu manages to wrest Tron's baton away from him and, using it to manifest a replacement light-jet, continues his pursuit, while Tron sinks into the sea, his red markings fading out to be replaced with his original white.

At the portal Sam, Kevin and Quorra see their way blocked by Clu. Clu seizes the identity disc from Kevin and is horrified to discover it is actually that of Quorra. Kevin uses his powers as a user and creator to hold Clu back, and ultimately sacrifices himself by reintegrating with Clu. The two merge and explode as Sam and Quorra transport through the portal back to the basement of Flynn's arcade. Sam shuts The Grid server down and meets Alan Bradley upstairs. Sam tells Bradley he will start working at ENCOM on Monday, and as the controlling interest shareholder of ENCOM, he will name Bradley chairman of the board. Sam joins Quorra for a ride on his motorcycle and shows Quorra her first sunrise.


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