Splooge Tsunami Flattens Geekdom

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Where’s my Black Hole remake? I don’t remember Tron being anywhere near this good.

I was part of that tsunami. it looks amazing.

@ManchuCandidate:
I saw it on cable just the other day. for when it was done it is pretty awsum.

19freakin82.

that is only 3 years after I started making my living with computers. so I remember what state they were in at that time.

@Capt Howdy:
Graphix wise, oh yeah. I was still used to 4 bit Atari blocks.

As for the story? Well, it was the much less annoying Avatar of it’s time. I prefer story over SFX… but it does not explain why I like many Arnie “flims.”

@ManchuCandidate:
well yes
the story was rather limp. but like many disney movies its best with the sound off.

I for one welcome our new computerized sultry female plot advancers, and their skin-tight uniforms.

I never got into Tron, and thought it looked like shit even for the Reagan years, although I followed all they hype in Cinefantastique magazine when it came out. The new one, OTH . . . I could go.

Noooooooooooooooo!!!! Stop molesting my childhood, Disney!!!!

@redmanlaw: It took me years before I could even get behind Trans, let alone Tron. Turns out Neil was years ahead of us on that one, as well.

@Nabisco: Favorite Obscure Neil Young Song: “The Old Homestead” from “Hawks and Doves”, “Look Out for My Love” from “Comes a Time.” I really want to learn to play “Sedan Delivery” from “Rust Never Sleeps.” I got that riff running through my head a lot.

@redmanlaw: “Sedan Delivery” is awesome, and Hawks and Doves a rarely mentioned gem imo. For me, “On The Beach” remains my favorite obscure Neil album.

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