Tron

Tron
Tron

Year

1982

Duration

92 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

In this classic early example of Hollywood coming to terms with computers, programmer Kevin Flynn is angry about four video games he created that were stolen by his old boss. Flynn decides to hack the office computer with the help of his ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend, but gets sucked into a game. With the help of a programme named Tron, Flynn has to break the "Master Control Program" or be stuck in a computerised world forever. Will he get out alive with the proof that his boss stole the ideas?

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PG Classification

Contains mild fantasy violence and infrequent mild language.

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