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Microsoft.com has Tron or Tron: Legacy (Digital HD Film) on sale for $9.99. Thanks xlnc

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Microsoft.com offers TRON [microsoft.com] (The Original Classic) and TRON: Legacy [microsoft.com] in digital HD quality for $9.99 each. Both titles are Movies Anywhere eligible.
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Personally, I dont see the value in HD version of either for $10. Good movies, but value really lies in having the best possible viewing experience, which at this time is 4k. I'd pay $10 for both in HD or either in 4k.
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Still waiting for 4K versions of Tron: Legacy and Gravity...
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I checked through previous SD posts and this is the lowest it gets apparently. Normal price is $17.99, so $10 is a good discount.
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Thanks OP! A true classic...
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Personally, I dont see the value in HD version of either for $10. Good movies, but value really lies in having the best possible viewing experience, which at this time is 4k. I'd pay $10 for both in HD or either in 4k.
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Still waiting for 4K versions of Tron: Legacy and Gravity...
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Still waiting for 4K versions of Tron: Legacy and Gravity...
This, I hope a 4K version comes out this year since it's the 10th anniversary of Legacy.
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I have it in SD. What's best way to upgrade to HD?
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Personally, I dont see the value in HD version of either for $10. Good movies, but value really lies in having the best possible viewing experience, which at this time is 4k. I'd pay $10 for both in HD or either in 4k.
Respectfully, the best way to see tron legacy is in 3D.
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Respectfully, the best way to see tron legacy is in 3D.
It was incredible, I saw it at Disney's El Capitan movie theater in Hollywood.
But 3D is dead these days. You can't buy a new 3D TV anymore.
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True, but it sure looks good on my projection screen in 3D with beautiful sound. I was always sad it didn't do well enough to make another.
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Really wish they made a sequel to Legacy, I really liked that movie
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Really wish they made a sequel to Legacy, I really liked that movie
It was a good movie with an outstanding soundtrack. The plot was forced a bit, the CGI on young Jeff Bridges was a little freaky, but still a good movie. Easily better than half of the movies that get a sequel.

At least we got it, I guess.
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Personally, I dont see the value in HD version of either for $10. Good movies, but value really lies in having the best possible viewing experience, which at this time is 4k. I'd pay $10 for both in HD or either in 4k.
I agree with a caveat: 4k DISK. 4k streaming is so marginally different from 1080p streaming that most of the time I can't see a difference at all. 4k disk vs 4k streaming is night and day.
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It was incredible, I saw it at Disney's El Capitan movie theater in Hollywood.
But 3D is dead these days. You can't buy a new 3D TV anymore.
That's partly why I'm not letting go of my 2016 65" LG curved OLED 3D. I don't watch much 3d movie content, but I play some 3d game content, and the ability to do split screen where both players have their own full screen view using A/B glasses on the same tv is awesome for couch Co op.
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