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    Beck intercepts a secret weapon that gives any program who wears it increased strength and agility, but it also makes the program more aggressive and reckless.

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    Previously on Tron: Uprising Season 1 Episode 6 "Isolated", Paige and the Renegade are forced to work together when they crash on a remote island that is sinking into the sea.

    On this week's Episode title "Price of Power", Beck intercepts a secret weapon that gives any program who wears it increased strength and agility, but it also makes the program more aggressive and reckless.

    Inside the computer world of the grid, a young program named Beck becomes the unlikely leader of a revolution against a corrupt regime. His mission is to free his home and liberate his friends from the oppressive reign of the villainous Clu and his evil henchman, General Tesler. In this quest, Beck is recruited and trained by Tron – the greatest warrior the grid has ever known. Tron not only teaches Beck the fighting skills he will need to challenge this brutal military operation, but he also becomes a mentor and father figure to Beck as he grows beyond his youthful, impulsive nature into a courageous, powerful leader who can inspire an uprising.

    The series will be directed by Kosinski as well as Sean Bailey and Charlie Bean, and boasts an impressive cast — Elijah Wood plays Beck, a program whose homeland is being subjugated by Clu (Fred Tatasciore), as represented by the nefarious General Tesler (Lance Henrikson). Beck seeks to take up the mantle of Tron to try to inspire the populace and incite a rebellion, and along the way, he encounters the original Tron (Boxleitner, reprising the role). Other actors include Mandy Moore and Nate Corddry as his friends Mara and Zed, and Emmanuelle Chriqui as Paige, General Tesler’s chief program hunter/killer.

    And you know what? The pilot is damn good. It’s far superior to the garish sequel, and while the characters are somewhat stock and obvious, let’s remember that this is an animated Disney series. But it’s still smart and entertaining. It’s helped by an absolutely stunning visual palette, and of course the advantage of using animation to recreate this unusual universe is that now all budgetary constraints are removed, and literally anything can be made a part of the Tron world. The show’s creations include the staple lightscycles and bizarre, horseshoe-shaped flying battleships, but also whole new ideas and vehicles, each cleverly designed and sharply rendered. Tron: Legacy was very pretty, yet still felt somewhat sterile and cold. On the other hand, “Uprising” brings a needed sense of warmth and intimacy to its digital world, something that makes the characters more likable and the settings more interesting. The stark contrasts remain, but there’s a new life to the set design, and the world seems sleeker with a greater sense of detail.

    Even more importantly, the cast seems to work (at least based on this first 30 minutes). Wood is an enjoyable protagonist, full of self-doubt coupled with youthful bluster and naivete. Henrikson could probably play Tesler in his sleep, but his voice work thankfully doesn’t mail it in, and instead gives the character a real sense of thoughtful menace, just as Boxleitner imbues Tron with a weary nobility. Most impressive was Emmanuelle Chriqui as Paige. The character’s arc is already being somewhat telegraphed as she begins to doubt her masters, but she brings a cocky, self-assured strut to the series, made more fun by the way she casually kicks Beck’s ass up and down the digital streets.

    It’s not a lot to go on, but “Tron: Uprising” is has the makings of becoming the strongest entry in this oddball franchise since its inception. It’s a flashy, f ast-paced and well-acted new addition, adding a solid depth to the gaps in between the films. Most importantly, it’s fun, something that was sadly missing from the sequel. The pilot is certainly worth checking out, and hopefully the series can continue to maintain its intensity and strange, light-filled techno-charm.

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