Since its release in 1982, Tron has lived at least three or four lives. The first was as an attempt to cash in on the craze for arcade games; the second was as the (then) pinnacle of computer generated design; the third was after a re-evaluation of early '80s retro fashion and its fourth incarnation is through what could be called Son of Tron, but will be in cinemas as Tron Legacy.
Don't worry about plot, what you're getting from this film is a throwback to one of the most iconic films ever made. Jeff Bridges (reborn as Hollywood's cult-hero leading man du jour since his titular (? Perhaps) turn in The Big Lebowski), mind-bendingly special effects - think neon blues and reds against a backdrop of the deepest black - and a synth-prog-europop-dance soundtrack by everyone's favourite faceless boppers Daft Punk. Best of all? It's the fantasy world that 3-D film was made for. Frankly, don't we all just want to see those motorcycles in action again?