I just got back from it and I really enjoyed it. Given the very mixed critical reviews, I wasn't sure what to expect. But this once again proves the critics aren't always right. Legacy is much better than the original Tron although it didn't have to do much to accomplish that. Much better story and stronger character as well. -The world of the grid is awesome and is brought to life with today's CGI. Just exploring it was worth the money. -The games, particulary Sam's initial duel are fantastically done. CGI has enhanced the action. -Absolutely loved the soundtrack. Had a total 80s vibe to it and fit in well today. -De-agining might become the wave of the future in movies. The work done on Jeff Bridges was nothing short of incredible. It's not 100%, you can still see it's a little off. But it's a giant leap forward and it totally works for the movie. Very good work done by Bridges in both roles. -Recognized a few familiar faces. He has no lines and is in like two shots but Donnelly "Doc Cottle" Rhodes can be seen as Sam's grandfather. Also, Jeffrey Nording, the guy who played Larry Moss on Season 7 of 24, is in it briefly as the Encom CEO. -Seeing the backstory was pretty cool. I also read the Tron Betrayel comic. It was very good and I would recommend it to anyone who has seen the film or is going to see the film. It really gives a lot of background into what is going on. -Olivia Wilde is lovely and her character is a lot of fun. It did have some flaws though... -Garrett Hedlund is passable but the character is relatively dull and one-note. Either a better actor or script would have fixed that role. -The movie hits a slow stretch towards the end. The running time could have been trimmed a little. -I saw it in 3D and I have to say I was unimpressed with those elements. It wasn't like Avatar, where you felt immersed in the film. It just wasn't that good and the 3D trailers they showed before the film were more convincing. Did they really shoot those scenes in 3D or did they just convert them at a later date. Complaints aside, I really enjoyed this film. It's fun and a blast from the past. EDIT: I agree with you, God Magnus that that action scene towards the end should have been shown on-screen.