Oblivion Certainly Looks Better Than Tron

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The "BUT WHO IS THE REAL MONSTER" Sci-Fi trope needs a break for a while. I get it. Humans are dicks. Sheesh.

Oh hey! Did you see that trilogy of M83 videos? Quality stuff:

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7CZ…
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Hi Erik, the score for Tron: Legacy was awful. I cite it as the leading reason for the stinkiness of the movie. It sounded like a cheesy videogame; it was one-toned, did not fit the movie/setting, and basically instilled an "OKAY IT'S ACTIONTIME" campiness every 5 minutes that, in the end, served to suck all the real excitement out of the movie.
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@ROM: I'm not really sure how you can be so wrong. Like, its the Mt Everest of being wrong.
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Naw. You were just seduced by the Daft Punk brand. The music ruins the movie. It's overwrought and overbearing. I can enjoy the soundtrack on its own - but in the movie, it's all wrong.

Thanks for attempting to have an opinion, though.
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Give this man a Dark Tower!
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@ROM: I'm not really sure about the soundtrack IN the movie itself, I was thinking of the soundtrack as a standalone piece of music.
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@Graham: Well, I agree with you there. I just listened to it again. I like it! But in the movie? nope nope. And I've seen the movie three times. Each time I watch it I'm like, "maybe it won't be so awful this time..." But it is! And the music is at the root of the awfulness. Or maybe not - maybe the music is just the globbed on, neon frosting on top of an already spoiled cake.

So, my first comment could have been clearer.
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@ROM.

You hate the movie but you've seen it three times?
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I didn't say I hate it. I said it's awful.

I like the original Tron. And I want this one to be good. So yeah, I've checked it out a few times. I actually thought it was semi-decent the first time I saw it. And then upon second viewing I was like, "Wait-a-minute that was terrible. Everyone is right!" And then I watched it again just to be sure.

Pretty crazy, huh??
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I thought the end of every sci-fi trailer was supposed to be frantic and vague. That's how they get you to see the movie, so it's not so vague anymore.