Tron (movie)
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  • The best thing about this movie, besides the glowing circuitry animation, was how well the story integrated the real world with the computer world of its day

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      This movie came out at a time when video games were still being played primarily in video arcades in the mall. Atari and similar consoles were not yet widespread. The makers of Tron were experimenting right alongside young companies like Nintendo and Microsoft. Within a few short years, Atari would be history except to a few history and nostalgia

      buffs, while Nintendo and Microsoft would go on to make history.

      Tron told the story of a corporation, ENCOM, whose Master Control Program was eating up smaller programs all around, greedy for power. Employees were losing their security apasses and becoming barred from working on their programs, if they were deemed a threat by the MPC. One such person was Alan Bradley, whose program TRON, for elecTRONic, a security program, got him into hot water. With his girlfriend Lora, they seek help from former employee Kevin Flynn, to help find proof of what’s going on. Flynn has an ulterior motive to help: several of the hottest current video games were designed by him, with credit going to the ...


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      company’s top dog, Ed Dillinger. Flynn wants proof that he was the designer.

      The MPC also has ulterior motives. He beams Flynn into his gaming system, where Flynn goes on wild, computer-based adventures in an effort to topple Dillinger and the MPC.

      The best thing about this movie, besides the glowing circuitry animation, was how well the story integrated the real

      world with the computer world of its day. Fast paced, with dazzling special effects, my favorite sequences was the light cycles and the solar sailer. I would love to see a TRON for today’s generation, one involving the world of Playstation, Xbox, Gamecube and, most importantly, the Internet. I’d stand in line a long time to see that movie.




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Andrew Leither says :

This was really a great movie, and I loved the movie “Tron,” every single moment, filled with surprises and impact in a digital world. Once you were lost inside this digital world, so it seemed, there was no escape this is the kind of movie we love and can keep to your DVD collection.

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