Discussion in 'Movies and Television' started by Joe Moore, Mar 3, 2011.
Looked it up. Tron: Uprising OST release date: TOMORROW.
Knew it was pretty soon.
This show just keeps getting better and better....as it approaches it's demise.
Sad but true. I want to duck punch whoever cancelled TRON and Motorcity. Only reasons why I watched DisneyDX.
Disney has scheduled your program for immediate de resolution.
It's sad when networks don't have a clu how to market their own shows and don't understand when they have a good product.
I finally got around to watching State of Mind. The idea of hypnotysing people with music is probably older than this but was I the only one who was thinking Auto-Bop all the way through
^ required orange drugs thou.
Studios cancel as many good shows as they replace them with really bad shows. And the good shows that survive only do so because the community fought tooth & nail to keep it on air ex "Fringe".
It's a good thing that's not was was hypnotising them. The orange dust was, the music was just part of the concert to draw them in. It was irrelevant.
While I'm sad to see it go, it seems almost similar to Thundercats in dragging its feet as far as plot the goes. We're 15 episodes in, and aside from admittedly a crapload of world building, how has the story changed at all? Where's the uprising?
I don't think there will be any uprising which makes sense to me because we know from Tron Legacy that Clu is in charge so he was not overthrown. This makes the show more interesting because we know there is not a happy ending and that Tron turns evil. I hope they end the show with Tron turning and either killing Beck or banishing him.
I got the OST.
The track that sounds like "The Dream is Collapsing" isn't in here D:
But it's still f***ing awesome.
Soundtrack is excellent. I didn't have a chance to get through all the remix tracks at the end, but the first 16 tracks are amazing.
"Edward Kitsis talks about the struggling show, saying its fate has not been decided."
We heard similar stuff when Thundercats got axed, though that show still hasn't "officially" been canceled to my knowledge, so whatever.
As long as the end suitably leads into Legacy and wraps up the important plot points, I won't mind it ending. Really this series was a treat for me. I didn't expect it to happen or last as long as it did. I just don't want another Thundercats where it ends with so much left to be resolved.
I bet if it had some kind of toyline it'd be doing a bit better. That still strikes me as so odd.
That's exactly what how I feel about it. I don't want it to limp into season 4 or 5 or something (hell, Thundercats started losing me around episode 15; Star Wars: The Clone Wars largely bored me somewhere around season 3). I loved hearing before the premiere that it was intended to be somewhere around 18 episodes because it told me that the creators had a specific vision and a specific story for the show to tell as well as a path for how they wanted to get there. We'll see what the fate of the show is ultimately. I would be a damn shame if we don't see a DVD/Blu-Ray release of the full season/series though, that I'm sure of.
The Judgment is Decided The Mouse says your show is a True Warrior.
Pavel certainly seems to be a shining example of mental stability:
Just marathon'd this. I didn't like the premise when it was first released, but actually watching it, it's pretty good. The 2D/3D actually works fantastically here, the voicing is amazing, I love the stylistic animation and designs (although more colors and variety would be nice), a lot happens each episode while giving characters plenty of time to shine. Only real complaint is the lack of escalation in recent episodes, as it's nearing the end of the show.
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