In 1989 (seven years after the first film), Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges), an innovative software engineer and the CEO of ENCOM International, tells his seven-year-old son Sam (Owen Best) about a new "digital frontier" he has created called The Grid, a virtual domain existing inside his own private servers (hidden in a lab at his arcade). 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. One night, Kevin departs for his office to continue working on the development of his creation, when he mysteriously vanishes.
Twenty years later, Sam (Garrett Hedlund) is haunted by Kevin's disappearance. After sabotaging ENCOM's operations in order to protect his father's legacy, Sam is visited by his father's friend and ENCOM executive Alan Bradley (Bruce Boxleitner). Bradley had received a page originating from a supposedly disconnected phone line at Flynn's long-shuttered arcade, and he urges Sam to investigate it, convinced that doing so may lead to information regarding Kevin's whereabouts. While 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 unintentionally activates a digitizing laser which transports him to The Grid.
Personally i found this movie to be pretty awesome. It was indeed the last movie I saw with Yiota this year (literally :P) and it was 3d to that matter. The story itself if quite interesting and keeps your interest throughout the movie. There is no scene where you are saying to yourself, "bah this is boring lets get to the action already" The movie itself has a decent amount of action yet not too much. Amazing graphics, a very good 3d (on my opinion) when it existed and it was a good movie all around. Another fascinating fact that got me almost jumping of joy, was that the creators of the soundtrack of Tron and one of the best (if not THE best) of electronic music, Daft Punk were actually playing the dj's in the movie. They were awesome, especially at the (spoiler) scene in the bar where they begin beating the shit out of each other and they instantly change to a more fighting music. Well lets face it, we all would do the same. Now at the downside, I found it that it had some eye poking cliches. I mean some of em were just there, for all to see. Take those minor drawbacks and I find it a very good movie. A real must of this year which was not a very good year for movies. Especially if you love sci fi as much as I do you will definatelly love this movie