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Noah Rymer over 3 years ago
as an adult I recognize a lot of this films problems, but nostalgia keeps me coming back.
Tony Gandía almost 5 years ago
Original and mind blowing for its time, TRON is as fun and lively as a video game
Jim Barton almost 6 years ago
When this first came out it was mind blowing but very dated now.
Orren Jensen almost 6 years ago
The world of VFX sprung alive because of this film
Josh Steadman almost 6 years ago
Dated. Likely exceptional in its time. Now a bit of a challenge to watch but...do try.
Nate McBean 6 years ago
Hilariously dated. I think I might like it more than the new one though? (11/10/2011)
Kraig Brachman over 6 years ago
plot is from the day when computers were thought as magic, but every thing else is gold.
Jaya Wardono over 6 years ago
A Sci-fi Classic!
Brendan Keevers over 6 years ago
Great concept and the first video game to movie experience. Story still valid today.
Tyler Mathews over 6 years ago
For the dedicated.
Dylan Clites almost 7 years ago
It's cheesy as hell and for nerds only but there's a hint of magic that makes it relevant
Aida Lee 7 years ago
I fell asleep.
Alex Walker over 7 years ago
Great production design. A little of it's time, but still watchable.
Don Lathrop 1 month ago
Eduardo Gez 2 months ago
Mandy Allen 7 months ago
Daniel Rouco 1 year ago
Sini Stenbacka over 1 year ago
Tron is a 1982 American science fiction film written and directed by Steven Lisberger, and released by Walt Disney Pictures. It stars Jeff Bridges as the protagonist Kevin Flynn; Bruce Boxleitner in a dual role as security program Tron and Tron's "User", computer programmer Alan Bradley; Cindy Morgan in a dual role as program Yori and her "User", Dr. Lora Baines; Barnard Hughes in a dual role as the tower guardian Dumont and his "User", Dr. Walter Gibbs; Tony Stefano in a dual role as Ed Dillinger's secretary Peter and Sark's otherwise-nameless Lieutenant; and Dan Shor as Ram. David Warner plays all three main antagonists: the program Sark, his "User", Ed Dillinger, and the voice of the artificially intelligent Master Control Program. The film also features cameo roles by Jackson Bostwick and Michael Dudikoff (who makes his acting debut as a video game-conscript). The film tells the story of Flynn as he attempts to hack into the ENCOM mainframe to prove that Dillinger has appropriated...
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