Both episodes were good examples of the Tron experience. Especially Part 2 which has some of my favorite moments in the Tron franchise. I liked that Uprising varies its settings. Having everything done in the city like in the prelude would've dulled the fun.
It's great to hear Lance Reddick (Fringe's Broyles) as the prisoner Cutler. Hmm, what roles will Zed & Mara play in the resistance?
Part 2 is almost non-stop action. Also, light boats.
I enjoy Tron: Uprising, but the models are starting to be a little off-putting. Maybe it's the exaggerated proportions, or how many of the characters have some resembled to the voice actors.
Really enjoyed it. I'm also (even more) interested in seeing Sorkin's play about Philo Farnsworth and the invention of TV, which apparently touches on some of the same themes. In terms of Oscarness, I'm not really feeling any acting nominations.