You should really go read all of Jason Baxter's meticulous, expansive critique of the new Tron sequel:
Tron got splashier, Tron got longer and more ridiculous, but the truth is that Tron hasn't changed that much. Tron: Legacy rivals version 1.0's overabundance of superficiality and spectacle. It's more about Mouse House showmanship than depth of character, nuance of narrative, or philosophical concerns related to the "digital frontier." It may not be the most ludicrous representation of cyberspace—that distinction probably belongs to Worf's begrudging participation in Robin Hood role-playing on the Star Trek holodeck—but it's definitely one of the most uninspired. The degree to which Tron's imagined cyberspace has been diluted into an even more mundane, stylized facsimile of our "real world" is hugely disappointing.
Read the rest HERE. But first I just want to draw your attention to the best/nerdiest comment that The Stranger has ever received:
Actually , Worf's begrudging particpation was not on the holo-deck. Q created a separate universe in an attempt to pay Piccard back and show that he did have feeling for Vash.
Q CREATED A SEPARATE UNIVERSE IN AN ATTEMPT TO PAY PICARD BACK AND SHOW THAT HE DID HAVE FEELING FOR VASH.
Life is worth living.