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is a 1982 American action science fiction film produced by Walt Disney Productions and Lisberger Studios and released by Buena Vista Distribution Company. It stars Jeff Bridges as the protagonist hacker Kevin Flynn (and his program counterpart inside the electronic world, CLU), Bruce Boxleitner as Tron (and Tron's "user", Alan Bradley), Cindy Morgan as Yori (and her "user", Dr. Lora Baines), and Dan Shor as Ram. David Warner plays all three main antagonists: the program Sark, his "user", Ed Dillinger, and the voice of the Master Control Program.

Tron was written and directed by Steven Lisberger, who has a distinctive visual style, as it was one of the first films from a major studio to use extensive computer graphics. Decades after it first came out, it has spawned a franchise consisting of a sequel film, multiple video games, comic books and a planned television series.

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CastDavid Warner, Jeff Bridges, Ted White, Loyd Catlett, Gerald Berns, Vince Deadrick, Jr., Bob Neill, Dave Cass, Cindy Morgan, Mark Stewart, Michael Dudikoff, Dan Shor, Erik Cord, Barnard Hughes, Jack Manning, Tony Brubaker, Charlie Picerni, Bruce Boxleitner, Peter Jurasik, Jackson Bostwick, Tony Stephano, Sam Schatz, Craig Chudy
Genre:  Sci-Fi, Fantasy
Release Date:  July 9, 1982
MPAA Rating:  PG
Screen WriterCharles Haas
DVD Release Date:  Buena Vista Home Entertainment (May 19, 1998)
Runtime:  1hr 36min
Studio:  Walt Disney Productions, Lisberger/Kushner
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review by . September 26, 2012
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*** out of ****    There are a handful of films that I admire and enjoy for their unique, groundbreaking visual style alone and Steven Lisberger's "Tron" is just one of them. Critically, it is - honest to God - just not a very good film. It's plot is simplistic and fails to match the amount of imagination put into creating the world that it inhabits, the characters aren't very well-developed and therefore come off as disposable, the pacing is sometimes a mixed bag, and it is, …
review by . June 20, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
At first I thought the distance between ‘Tron' and ‘Tron Legacy' may have been in style and substance. After all ‘Tron' at its inception was an organic movie conception from the popular arcade games filling bars and shake shops during the late seventies and early eighties. I wrote a review panning ‘Tron Legacy' even after seeing the impressive visual advancements and seeing it with 3-D glasses at an I-Max theater. I received a lot of negative feedback, including one young blogger who commented in …
review by . February 14, 2007
posted in Movie Hype
Pros: Campy, somewhat funny but for unintended purposes.      Cons: Cheesy special effects and a dull storyline.      The Bottom Line: Only watch this movie for camp value. It isn't cool and if you thought it was cool in 1982, you won't think so now.      Plot Details: This opinion reveals everything about the movie''s plot.      I typically write reviews off the cuff, then edit. As of right this moment …
review by . June 28, 2002
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Pros: All those fancy computer scenes, light bikes     Cons: Dated technology. Plot? What's a plot?     The Bottom Line: 20 years and still as much fun as it ever was.     Somebody tell me: What is it about all those cult movies that were once considered horrible that they get "special" DVD releases for their landmark anniversaries? It's 2002 and Tron hits the big 2-0 this year, so it gets its own big DVD compilation for its birthday. Why …
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