In December 2009, James Cameron's Avatar made audience and studios sit up and pay attention to 3D technologies, creating a new and revitalised cinema experience. One year later, Tron: Legacy aimed to do it again. But with more competition and certain movies such as Clash of the Titans cheapening the experience, could lightning strike again?
Soon after the events of the previous film, Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges) returns to the world of the grid, but after his digital alter ego turns against him, he's stuck inside and separated from his young son, Sam (played as an adult by Garrett Hedlund) whom grows up in the real world as an orphan. Following a tip off from Flynn's friend and colleague Alan Bradley (Bruce Boxleitner), Sam seeks his father out, but he too is drawn into the digital world where not everything is what it appears to be.
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