Tron Legacy (2010) (part 6 of 7)
Back at Flynn’s house, we see that Clu and the Crunch Bunch have arrived. They wander around and look at things. Clu smashes up some stuff, while dealing with his daddy issues. He then picks up a shiny apple and has a flashback to his creation. No doubt the apple has some Eden-esque symbolism that I don’t care about. At the end of the scene, which was really rather pointless, Clu goes stalking off.
Over at the club, Castor gives us the unsurprising news that he is, in fact, Zuse. He and Sam carry on a conversation which is clearly designed to just distract Sam as Flynn’s guys drop down from above (they drop out from one of those planes that clearly Clu doesn’t have, or he could have used them to follow the Batmobile earlier). Castor gloats that he no longer believes in the users, and a fight starts with Thirteen appearing out of nowhere as it begins. It’s big and exciting in its own way, I suppose. And Sam does a good job of holding his own against highly trained warrior programs, which makes no sense, since as I mentioned earlier, he doesn’t have any noticeable combat skills.