When the 1981 cinema film Tron came out, it got the unjust onslought of critics hating it, and that wasn't right, because Tron gave birth to comeputer generation as an art form, so had it not been for Tron, there would've been no Toy Story, Cars, Antz, the lot. I saw the film myself and I thought it was a shame to pan a film like that. I thought Jeff Bridges did well when its came to his user power, Bruce Boxenliter as the title role and the triple role of Dave Warner as Ed Dillinger, Sark and The Master Control Programme (MCP), the music by Walter Carlos and Journey as well as the fantastic computer graphics fetured, from the light cycles, the tanks, Sark's carrier, the Recgonisers, the MCP, and so on. Tron was a milestone in computer graphics, and I was lucky to get the 20th anniversary DVD. Well worth the price of admission, so you can't always believe what critics say--let the Tron fans decide, so to all you programmes out there, help Tron and fight for the users by checking out the film that started it all.
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