It’s been almost a decade since Tron: Legacy came out. Whether or not you consider it a colossal failure of movie-making, you also cannot deny it had a kick-arse soundtrack. You don’t even need to see the movie if you haven’t yet. Just download the score and start driving to it.
As sports fans around the world gear up for this year’s Super Bowl, you may think, what makes it so “super?” There aren’t any robots. No one flies. Everyone lives at the end. Sure, it’s the two best football teams playing for a championship, but is it really “super?”
Video: A soundtrack can often make or break a film. Daft Punk’s work on Tron: Legacy helped make that sequel mostly watchable, but it turns out that score works even better for Star Trek: The Motion Picture, as Patrick Collins discovered when he brilliantly mashed up both films.