Tuesday, June 7, 2011

MV: Tron Legacy

2010 - Tron Legacy

Sam Flynn, a rebellious 27-year-old, is haunted by the mysterious disappearance of his father Kevin Flynn, a man once known as the world's leading video-game developer. When Sam investigates a strange signal sent from the old Flynn's Arcade -- a signal that could only come from his father-- he finds himself pulled into a digital world where Kevin has been trapped for 20 years. With the help of the fearless warrior Quorra, father and son embark on a life-or-death journey across a cyber universe -- a universe created by Kevin himself that has become far more advanced with vehicles, weapons, landscapes and a ruthless villain who will stop at nothing to prevent their escape.

A digital frontier.
  • frontier: the limits of what is known about something
I tried to picture clusters of information
  • cluster: a group of things or people that are close together
Were the circuits like freeways?
  • freeway: highway
It was so radical.
  • radical: {slang from 1960s} very appealing or good
Something extraordinary.
  • extraordinary: very unusual : very different from what is normal or ordinary
Hey, what do you say tomorrow you and I hit the arcade?
  • arcade: a place with many games that can be played by putting coins in them
You can have a crack at the old man's high score.
  • crack: {slang from 1960s} try, an attempt, an opportunity
Can we play doubles? On the same team?
  • doubles: two players on the same team of two
Good evening. Our lead story.
  • lead story: a news story of major importance
as the company skyrocketed to the top of the tech industry.
  • to skyrocket: to increase quickly to a very high level or amount
Even Flynn's most ardent supporters
  • ardent: having or showing very strong feelings
And while Flynn's loyalists hope for his imminent return
  • imminent: happening very soon
now in the care of his grandparents, and heir to an empire in turmoil.
  • turmoil: a state of confusion or disorder
At midnight the 12th version of our flagship operating system
  • flagship: the best, largest, or most important one of a group of things
  • Freeze!: Stop! Don't move!
Just bear with us one sec.
  • to bear with: to be patient with (someone)
  • sec: {slang} second
Why don't we give them a chance to sort things out?
  • to sort things out: to understand or find (something) by thinking
...when I was 12, I appreciated the surrogate-father thing. But come on.
  • surrogate: a person that takes the place or performs the duties of someone or else
the annual prank on the company.
  • prank: a trick that is done to someone usually as a joke
He's either dead or chilling in Costa Rica.
  • to chill: {slang} to relax
Let's just reconvene in another couple of years, huh? What do you say?
  • reconvene: to meet again
This program has no disk. Another stray.
  • stray: something (like a dog or cat) that is lost or has no home
  • to rectify: to correct (something that is wrong)
Security sweeps and patrols
  • sweeps: a search for something over a large area
...have been intensified. Rectifier on schedule.
  • to intensify: to become stronger or more extreme
Your initiative should be fully operational within 12 cycles.
  • initiative: the power or opportunity to do something before others do
  • operation: able to be used
But things changed in 1985 with the untimely death of Flynn's wife
  • untimely: happening or done sooner than you expect : occurring before the proper or right time
Combatant 3, violation.
  • violation: the act of doing something that is not allowed by a law or rule
There were these disk battles fought in spectacular arenas.
  • spectacular: causing wonder and admiration : very impressive
  • arena: a building for sports and other forms of entertainment that has a large central area surrounded by seats
Not in the cards.
  • not in the cards: not in the plan
We do indeed have in our midst
  • midst: used to say that someone is among the people in a group
Their vehicles can't go off Grid. They'll malfunction on this terrain.
  • vehicle: a machine that is used to carry people or goods from one place to another
  • malfunction: to fail to function or work properly
  • terrain: land of a particular kind
Vintage. Flynn built it many cycles ago for the games.
  • vintage: used to describe something that is not new but that is valued because of its good condition, attractive design
We were jamming, man, building utopia.
  • jamming: {slang from 1960s} going well.
Profoundly naive.
  • profound: absolute or complete, very great
  • naive: having or showing a lack of experience or knowledge : innocent or simple
It was a coup.
  • coup: [coup d'├ętat] a sudden attempt by a small group of people to take over the government usually through violence
- He killed them all? - It was genocide.
  • genocide: the deliberate killing of people who belong to a particular racial, political, or cultural group
It uses massive power and it can't stay open forever.
  • massive: very large
Sir, the sentries downtown have recovered Flynn's light cycle.
  • sentry: a soldier who guards a door, gate, etc
We've traced it to its point of origin.
  • to trace: to follow (something) back to its cause, beginning, or origin : to find out where something came from
  • origin: the point or place where something begins or is created : the source or cause of something
Of all the innumerable possibilities, he has to walk into mine.
  • innumerable: too many to be counted : very many
Perhaps we should retire to my private lounge.
  • lounge: a room with comfortable furniture for relaxing
We'll have to change your attire
  • attire: clothing
...and you'll need a forged disk. Not easy these days.
  • to forge: to make or copy (something, such as a document or signature) falsely in order to deceive someone
Let's split, man.
  • to split: {slang from 1960s} to leave, to go
Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa!
  • whoa: {slang} stop
I presume, Your Excellency, they perished in the elevator.
  • to presume: to think that (something) is true without knowing that it is true
  • to perish: to die or be killed
He's me. I screwed it up.
  • to screw up: {slang} to make a mistake : to do something incorrectly
- Yeah, well, Im fixing her up. - You busted my bike?
  • to bust: {slang} to break
I've heard the chatter
  • chatter: talk (n)
I realize that our alliance is,
  • alliance: a union between people, groups, countries, etc. : a relationship in which people agree to work together
A sympathetic program smuggled me out of the city.
  • sympathetic: feeling or showing concern about someone who is in a bad situation
  • to smuggle: to take or bring (something) secretly
You'll have to excuse me. You arrived just as I was preparing a little toast.
  • toast: an occurrence in which words are said that honor someone, express good wishes, etc., and people take a drink to show that they agree with what has been said
We have created a vast, complex system. We've maintained it.
  • vast: very great in size, amount, or extent
rid it of the false deity who sought to enslave us.
  • to rid: to no longer have or be affected or bothered by (someone or something that is unwanted or annoying)
  • deity: a god or goddess
He's gaining on us!
  • to gain: to come nearer to (someone or something that is ahead of you in a race or competition)

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Past Movie word lists:

2011 - No Strings Attached
2001 - The Princess Diaries
2010 - Burlesque
2010 - Life As We Know It
2010 - Tangled
2008 - Kung Fu Panda
2010 - Letters to Juliet
2010 - Salt
2010 - Remember Me
2005 - Imagine Me and You
2005 - Mr and Mrs Smith
2008 - Yes Man
1943 - Casablanca
1998 - Shakespeare in Love
2002 - Ice Age
2009 - 17 Again
2009 - Harry Potter & The Half Blood Prince
2009 - The Proposal
2009 - Up