The color schemes on "The Grid" do not pop the way they did in the original Tron.
We see enough to know there will be sequels.
Despite its corporate tie-ins, and promotion machine that will likely drive away serious viewers, “Tron: Legacy” is as visually arresting as “Avatar” , kinetic as "Speed Racer", and as briefly and glibly knowledgeable about the current digital frontiers of today and the back-stabbing, mis-management, and human-error that these can engender as much as “The Social Network”, which for all its “I am the Citizen Kane of your generation” blustering.
If I were a pessimist I would say “Tron: Legacy” is just another in a series of clever Disney products that tries to capitalize on anti-big corporate/anti-Disney sentiments (like the anti-obesity, pro-green platitudes of Wall-E) , but feeling more charitable I think this latest “Tron is a decent fantasy adventure film with ideas dancing at it’s peripherals which though half-heartedly expressed are more novel and thoughtful than they have to be.
Just don’t expect “Tron Legacy 2” (already in production) to be downloadable for free.