Tron Legacy

Tron Legacy
Tron Legacy

Year

2010

Duration

125 minutes

Genres

Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Sequel to the cult '80s sci-fi hit Tron, in which hacker Kevin Flynn is abducted into a computer world. The original film inspired a hoard of followers with its distinctive look and inspired storyline including French electronic music duo Daft Punk, who scored this visually impressive follow-up. In Tron Legacy, Flynn's tech-savvy son Sam investigates his father's disappearance and finds himself hauled into the same cyber-land of fierce gladiatorial games where Flynn senior has been living in for the last two decades.

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This film contains moderate fantasy violence.

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