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  • Actors: Jeff Bridges
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, Icelandic, Portuguese, Dutch
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: Walt Disney Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 27 Jun. 2011
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (117 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004L2LE6M
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 24,200 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Reviews

Experience the original landmark motion picture that inspired a new generation of digital filmmakers and became a favourite of fans and critics across the world. Relive the electrifying thrills of TRON with an allnew, state-of-the-art digital restoration and enhanced high-definition sound. When a brilliant video game maker named Flynn (Jeff Bridges) hacks the mainframe of his ex-employer, he is beamed inside an astonishing digital world and becomes part of the very game he is designing. Complete with hours of never-before-seen bonus material, it’s an epic adventure that everyone will enjoy!

Special Features:
  • The TRON Phenomenon - New Bonus
  • Photo Tronology - New Bonus
  • Development of Tron
  • Digital Imagery
  • Music - Lightcycle Scene With Alternate Carlos Music Tracks
  • Making of Tron
  • Deleted Scenes - Tron and Yori’s Love Scene
  • Design & Storyboarding

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Format: DVD
I've always enjoyed this film, mainly because of its unique visual style using backlit animation and some of the earliest uses of computer graphics in films. The plot is actually fairly well structured despite what some may say, unlike the sequal where everything just seemed to be one long chase. Whilst it may have its slight flaws its still a good film.

My main problem with this item is the DVD itself - the transfer is exactly the same as the 2002 20th anniversary version, right down to the menu's! There are no additional special features unlike the bluray version which got additional special features as well as brand new restored transfer and sound mix supervised by the director Steven Lisberger! Why couldn't they have used the same transfer for the DVD instead of simply re-releasing the previous DVD?? I recently went to see this in its original 70mm format at the BFI Southbank and despite the slight print fading it was still fantastic, if only they could have bothered to give the DVD the same care as the bluray, not all of us have bluray yet Disney!

Bottom line - if you already own the 20th Anniversary edition, don't bother buying this.

Film 5/5
DVD 3/5
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Keith_Joseph HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 15 Feb. 2008
Format: DVD
My son (8) quite enjoyed watching this movie, but probably I wanted to see it more having enjoyed it at the movies back in 1982. On DVD the actual film doesn't seem any better than I remember it in terms of picture quality, although apparently Wendy (Walter) Carlos's film score has been recovered as the original analogue master tapes had badly degraded. This Special Edition two disk set seems the same as the '20th anniversary edition' which also has the second DVD of deleted scenes, storyboards, the 88 minute documentary `The making of TRON', etc.. all of which is far more interesting to adults who saw the film as kids back in 1982, rather than todays kids. The extra's are all you could want really and worth a view (you even get Tron's cut 'love scene'). Jeff Bridges and Bruce Boxleitner (TRON) are very good considering they were the first to act against a blue screen for mostly the whole movie. David Warner is excellent as MCP and Sark, reprising his equally superb role as The Evil Genius in The Time Bandits (1981). Peter O'Toole had turned down his role (as he didn't fancy acting against a blue screen). TRON is actually a Hewlett Packard BASIC simple debugging command of the period, and stands aptly for "Trace On". So as we all know, "That's TRON. He fights for the users". Let's hope he's still out there. Interestingly, first use of the term `Users' has been credited to this influential movie.

Back in 2000, a sequel called TRON 2.0 was in the works, but only the visually outstanding computer game version was released in 2003 (and as in the original film the 'Light Cycles' were a highlight). Despite it's innovation, on release TRON did relatively badly in the cinema (where it looked at its best), and ironically the well received TRON arcade game spin-offs made the most profit.
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47 of 51 people found the following review helpful By P. Sanders VINE VOICE on 17 Oct. 2002
Format: DVD
Watching "Tron" again filled me with a warm nostalgia for the three-and-a-half minute squawk of my brother's ZX Spectrum loading up on a Saturday afternoon. The impressive thing is discovering how good it still looks.
Of course it's dated somewhat. But the film has such a unique style that many of the computer animation effects still work. The lightcycle race, for instance, is still exciting. Part of this is due to the effective art design, which plays to the strengths of CGI animation of the time. Machines built from geometric shapes have glowing outlines, and look cold and electronic - just as they should.
The live-action element of the cyberworld sequences were shot in black and white and coloured later. This, together with the wonderful costumes gives the film a unique feel - half futuristic, half silent-movie - that prevents the film from dating as badly as other 1980s films. "Tron" does not look anywhere near as bad as most brat-pack films do now - and they were set in the "real world"!
This DVD package is great. The extras are extensive, the animated menus are a delight, and (most important of all) the film itself looks stunning. Best of all is the line, "Without Tron there would be no Toy Story" - said by the director of "Toy Story" himself!
"Tron" is fun and imaginative. Sure there's the odd clunky line thrown in to remind you how "new" computer language was in 1982 ("They couldn't build a circuit that could hold you"). But "Tron" works best as an update of the old black and white serials like Buck Rogers - it's just good, groundbreaking fun.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jon Doe on 11 Mar. 2011
Format: DVD
Tron, the original film introducing all of us unsuspecting types to the world of The Grid in 1982, still holds up well today. Jeff Bridges stars as Kevin Flynn/Clu, a genius programmer run out of Encom, a company he used to work for, by a jealous coworker who stole Flynn's work and passed it off as his own so successfully he is now Encom CEO. Clu is Flynn's Avatar in The Grid, a very early form of true electronic landscape pre-Internet as we know it today, the means by which he intends to track down the proof hidden in Encom's systems that his work was stolen. It doesn't quite work out, though...

Enter Alan Bradley, played by Bruce Boxleitner, an old friend of Flynn's who has created a security program called Tron, the films true hero, which/who may be able to get the job done where Clu could not, aided by Laura Baines, played by Cindy Morgan. However, the Master Control Programme, created by Ed Dillinger, played by David Warner, is an AI in control of the Encom computers. It's response to Flynn interfering withs its functions to help Bradley get Tron on-line is to bring Flynn into The Grid via a laser device, then to force him to participate in a series of increasingly lethal challenges even as it plans much bigger things. In The Grid, however, Flynn is shocked to encounter Bradley-actually Tron-and Baines, both of whom are Avatars of their Users. This encourages the three of them to work together to put an end to the tyranny of the Master Control Program once and for all. As Tron says, "I fight for the Users".

The CGI is primitive by the standards of today, but they make it work well in the film.
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