Tron: Legacy | Futurism at its Peak & How Technology Evolves

With a futuristic and technological approach, Tron: Legacy created a concept that involved Sam Flynn going on a journey into the alternative world, where instead of the world being normal with some partial technology, the alternative world would be completely digital, as Sam would encounter a clone of his father, the clone of which would be the evil force that could have potentially sealed Sam’s fate.

Sam Flynn meets his real father, who had years ago become stuck in the digital world, and for his father, his father (played by Jeff Bridges) would have to fight to survive, which was almost the same route that Sam took in order to enter the digital world.

In this film, Sam would have to fight to survive, but at the same time, he didn’t want for his dad to stay in the digital world, and did everything he could to make sure he could bring his father back to the real world, which unfortunately doesn’t happen as he wanted Sam to save himself including the girl who stood by his side.

In this film, futurism already reaches its peak as technology becomes over-advanced but can also prove to be dangerous at the same time, as Sam Flynn fought with his own life to save his father, but he had to learn to accept the fact that he would only get to see his father for one last time as that moment would never come around ever again.

In terms of futurism and technology, both have evolved so fast with the speed of time that it is almost impossible to keep up with the times, but at the same time, both can be dangerous and both will be the reason why the human race ceases to exist in the future.

However, after watching Tron: Legacy, I can honestly say it is such a good film and I would recommend the film to all of you. Trust me, I wasn’t sure whether I was going to like the film at first, but after watching it, I was actually interested and thought it was a good film. It’s like your eyes become glued to the TV screen as a result of watching this film. But again, Tron: Legacy is such a good film and I recommend it to anyone.

If you enjoyed my film review of Tron: Legacy, then please feel free to submit feedback below. All feedback is much appreciated.

Alex Smithson

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