Tron

Film

Science fiction

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Time Out says

Disney's twenty million dollar bid to break into the booming fantasy market is a sympathetic but slightly clumsy rewrite of The Wizard of Oz, with a whizkid programmer (Bridges) trapped inside a computer world. The film boasts some impressive computer-generated animation, but for all its inventiveness, Tron never reaches a level of excitement commensurate with its effects budget. Indeed, in what might have proved to be a dire precedent for the cinema, Tron the video game is probably better than Tron the movie.
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Release details

UK release:

1982

Duration:

96 mins

Cast and crew

Editor:

Jeff Gourson

Producer:

Donald Kushner

Music:

Wendy Carlos

Cast:

Cindy Morgan, David Warner, Dan Shor, Barnard Hughes, Jeff Bridges, Bruce Boxleitner

Production Designer:

Dean Edward Mitzner

Cinematography:

Bruce Logan

Screenwriter:

Steven Lisberger

Director:

Steven Lisberger

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Lex Martin

this movie was wicked sick i saw it yesterday n i have 2 say....AMASING....i m 12 n riting a review 4 aguably the most suspence filled movie(aside from the twilight saga)of our generation.

Lex Martin

this movie was wicked sick i saw it yesterday n i have 2 say....AMASING....i m 12 n riting a review 4 aguably the most suspence filled movie(aside from the twilight saga)of our generation.

jdub

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jdub

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