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Yes. Wow, you are officially dubbed "the keeper of memories."
It made the game last only a few seconds and earned me the ranking of "Galactic Cook," but, hey...
Remember Asteroids? But, nothing compares to Star Raiders and Defender!
(I used to turn around a blow up the mother ship while playing Star Raiders.)
Legion, I JUST learned that the video game came out AFTER the movie. Isn't it crazy how memories deceive? And speaking of deceptive memories, my hubby has informed me that he didn't like the video game "Gallagher" but "GALAXY!"
The original Tron movie came first, then the video game was made.
Other than the special effects, and the smattering of 80's computer lingo, I wasn't impressed with the original movie, the video game was better. lol
My daughter was telling us that all of her friends are complaining about how Tron "sucked." I told her that it's really a movie for people like me and her dad - grew up in the 80s and remember the video game and the original movie. I told her, "One day they will make a movie based on one of your favorite video games." And she said, "Angry Birds the movie!?"
I have to agree on the background music being a little too loud, but this was a good video. Like I always say, the advocate is very lucky to have an old fart like you working for it Apes. Daft Punk did the soundtrack for the new movie so it has to rock! Also, Fat Guy: good day to you sir.
Not sure who dubbed the background sound but it makes it hard to hear what they are saying.
(My hubby also loved Missile Command and Gallagher while I loved Defender and Star Raiders.)
I don't remember much about anything - I grew up in the country and my momma wouldn't let us watch "The Simpsons" because Bart "talked back to his mom" - but my hubby is very excited to see this movie. VERY excited.
Well, which one of you is the whipper-snapper? At my age, it's kinda hard to tell.
Hilarious review, by the way. Not that I'd know any different, having never seen the movie.
The original "Tron" was a dull, insipid waste of film. The fact that someone bothered to make a sequel to it 20 years later is proof that you can indeed polish a turd.