Tron: The Next Day

Tron: The Next Day

TRON: The Next Day is a 10-minute short film, released on the Blu-Ray edition of TRON: Legacy in April 2011, that fills in the backstory between TRON and TRON: Legacy. It features scenes from the real-world Flynn Lives ARG as well as purely in-universe content. The short film also reveals the full chronology of the Flynn Lives Organization, naming Roy Kleinberg as the secret figure heading up the operation and Alan Bradley as its financial backer. Some scenes in the short also set up the story for a potential third film.

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Mike L (jp) wrote: I'd like to see this; call me an interested party. But 4 hours?

Nancy B (es) wrote: Did you know that most zombies are gay? I didn't either, until this film. This is a low-budget zomedy, a movie within a movie where you don't know what is real and what isn't until late in the movie. Even then, you aren't sure. It is original, touching at times, and art-house bizarre. Note that there are explicit male gay sex scenes (which you wouldn't expect in an ordinary zombie flick) and lots of blood and gore (which you would expect).

Heather M (gb) wrote: The plot is weak, it moves too slowly, and there is a complete lack of closure at the end of this movie. It is low budget and shoddy at best and downright ridiculous at worst.

Tyler P (fr) wrote: Nul mais le montage est ass bien fait pour qu'on croit que Seagal n'est pas doubl.

Donna S (gb) wrote: Not the best Nicolas Cage film but the premise was good.. A few twists and turns especially the ending, i think it had the potential 2 be alot better though, but i'd say it's worth a watch as it kept me intruiged.

Miguel R (ca) wrote: Even with its many flaws, Tears of the Sun passes for a decent war movie

Allan C (ru) wrote: Ever since I first saw "Blade Runner," I've been waiting for another film to capture the film's dystopian cyberpunk future. Plenty of films have been influenced by Ridley Scott's visual style in "Blade Runner," but few have done a story that feels like it could have existed in that same dystopian universe and William Gibson's screenplay adaptation of his short story certainly does (the Max Headroom TV show if probably the only other one that I think came close). However, the cheap production design, the flat photography and rather in-your-face directorial style wreck all the potential that was in the screenplay. Keanu Reeves plays a courier of sensitive data who unexpectedly takes on a dangerous job that ends up putting him on the run from multiple groups trying to recover the information. That set-up isn't so clever, but what is clever are all of Gibson's details in the world in which this story takes place. Keanu stores the data in his brain (for which he had to dump his childhood memories make enough space for), "Rising Sun" style Japanese cultural and economic invasion of America, underground hackers/doctors, religious zealot hitmen, renegade military trained dolphins, and there is even more! While the story and ideas are strong and the production quantity flounders. I will give the film props for casting Takeshi Kitano and Udo Kier in juicy roles and also for the unusual casting of Dolph Lundgren as the giant Bible quoting killer, which surprisingly works. This story is ripe for a quality remake because it could have been done so much better. I do think the end product here is worth watching and not at bad as it was panned as when it first came out, but it's pretty clear that this film had a lot more potential than what ended up on screen.

Carlos B (ru) wrote: I revisited this "comedy" on tv the other day and it's amazing how when you're younger we are simply blinded by whatever looked cool at the time and yes back in the day this would have been 3 solid stars I'm ashamed to say! ha ha . Yes the story is very poorly written but this movie still have some rare charming moments, but today it looks extremely dated and very uncool. You could see how Martin Lawerence would become a household name later on as his scenes were pretty funny. That said,this film must be viewed by nostalgic fans form the 90's otherwise prepare to lose 94 minutes of your life. You have been warned!

Wilman A (gb) wrote: Indeed no doubt , Allen crazy and honest execution is very fresh at that era. But now, too much happening. Despite, this honest romance movie is charming in some way.

Stephen C (ru) wrote: Ahh Ken Russell the English Fellini?Well maybe but this 1975 rock musical based on the life of Franz Liszt is so over the top that its beyond the top and into its own space.Roger Daltrey is Liszt telling his rival composers to piss off and riding atop of a giant penis while women are dancing to praise his bedroom prowess.Then Paul Nicholas plays Wagner as a scheming Nazi vampire who becomes a machine gun toting Frankenstein monster.Ringo Starr turns up as the pope and Rick Wakeman plays Thor while the film climaxes with Daltey in a rocket powered pipe organ!!!!!!!!!!!Russell is clearly enjoying himself here and if you take the film a as tongue in cheek mickey take then you will go along with it.However if your expecting factual I would suggest you look elsewhere.

Raji K (kr) wrote: Four friends decide to take a canoe trip down a river in the country side of Georgia. What starts as an innocent trip turns into a gritty dark drama as the four soon are fighting to simply survive. Deliverance features unforgettable moments that are referenced to this day in culture, for its shocking brutality. The four main characters all deliver excellent performances, and each turn in the river makes one wonder what will happen to these characters next. Deliverance is not a film for everyone by any means, but those interested will find that this film leaves a lasting impression.

Dimitris L (kr) wrote: There are only a few Spaghetti Westerns beyond Sergio Leone's films that are worth viewing and Death Rides A Horse, the definite revenge tale of the Italian West, is clearly one of them! With Lee Van Cleef in the lead and an Ennio Morricone soundtrack, there are only a few elements missing that prevent this movie from being a perfect Spaghetti.. The only thing I can complain about is the camerawork that sometimes gets complicated without reason.... PS: It's just highly enjoyable to watch and see what a great amount of stuff inspired Tarantino and can be found in Kill Bill!

James H (ru) wrote: 5.5/10. Most of the later Bowery Boys movies from the 1950's are pretty lame, and this one is as well, but enough of the bad jokes work in this one to make it funny. Ultra cheap production, as with most of their films in the series. Huntz Hall is always a hoot. This one has a ridiculous plot involving a human like tree, a vampire and gorilla all in a haunted house. For anyone out there who is not familiar with "The Boys", they are an acquired taste, but well worth the effort to get to know the series.

The Critic (ca) wrote: A very brutal depiction of a group of men's journey into animalistic behaviour against the backdrop of the Vietnam War. Michael J. Fox is solid as the righteous solider, caught between morality and loyalty, and Sean Penn is frighteningly convincing as his bastardly superior. Beautifully photographed with some graphic combat scenes and an uncountable spray of bullets, this isn't an easy film to sit through, but the quality of the production deems it a necessary one.

Felipe H (kr) wrote: Movie felt like it ended incomplete. It seemed to miss a well thought out plot as well. And it was painfully unentertaining.

Brett S (ru) wrote: Only Bill Murray as Garfield is entertaining in this painful mess