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Historically speaking, Tron is a 1982 American science fiction action-adventure movie written and equally directed by Steven Lisberger based on a story by both Losberger and Bobbie MacBird. It is a film which features characters like Jeff Bridges, Bruce Boxleitner, David Warner, Cindy Morgan and Barnard Hughes. In the movie, Bridges plays Kelvin Flynn, who was a computer programmer that was transported inside the software world of a mainframe computer, which interacts with multiple programmes in a bid to escape. The development of this magnificent movie started far back in 1976, due to the fascination of Lisberger with an early video game named Pong.
Together with the producer Donald Kushner, they set up an animation studio so as to develop Tron for the sole purpose of turning it into an animated film as well. For the purpose of promoting the studio, Lisberger and his crew created a 30 second amimatiom which featured the first appearance of the title character.
Eventually however, Lisberger decided to also include live-action scenes with both backlit and a computer animation for the actual feature length series. The storyboards of the film were rejected by several film studios before Walt Disney Productions accepted to both finance and distribute Tron. That was when backlit animation was finally combined with the computer animation in a live action movie. The film, Tron was eventually released on July 9, 1982 and was a fair success at the box office rating immediately, with impressive reviews from even its most ardent critics, who unanimously agreed on its groundbreaking visuals and acting quality albeit grudgingly.
Despite this, the storyline was still criticized for being rather incoherent at the time. The film, Tron, still managed to receive multiple nominations as the Best Costume Design and also the Best Sound at the 55th Academy Awards. It also received the Academy Award for Technical Achievement some fourteen years later. Tron also got nominated in the Best Visual Effects category.
As time went by, Tron developed into a cult like movie and subsequently spawned to a sort of franchise, that consists of several video games, comic paperbacks and an animated television serie too. A sequel titled Tron: Legacy, which was later produced and directed by Joseph Kosinski, was also released to the public on December 17, 201, featuring both Bridges and Boxleitner reprising their roles, while Lisberger acted as the producer. This sequel was also soon followed by another animated series Tron: Uprising, which was set in between two other films. The film Tron, along with The Last Starfighter has the uniqueness of being one of the cinema's earliest films that utilized extensive computer generated imagery( CGI).
The Tron plot.
The plot of any drama, movie or comedy is simply the sequence of events depicted in it. Along side this definition, how did the events in Tron unfold? Kelvin Flynn, a prominent software engineer who was formerly employed by a computer firm, ENCOM, a company which specialized in running video game arcade, attempted to hack into ENCOM's mainframe computer. Unfortunately, ENCOM's Master Control Programme ( MCP), refused. Within ENCOM, Alan Bradley, a computer programmer and his girlfriend, Lora Baines, a computer engineer, have discovered that MCP has cut off their asses to the company's projects. Consequently, Alan confronted the senior executive vice president, Ed Dillinger who claimed the measure was taken only to prevent any external hacking attempts.
On questioning MCP privately through his computerized table however, Dillinger realized that MCP has somewhat expanded into a kind of powerful virtual intelligence which was power hungry through illegally appropriating personal as well as business and government programmes to improve on its own capabilities. MCP thereafter blackmailed Dillinger with information about his plagiarizing Flynn's games if he refused to accede to its directives. Erroneously, Lora concluded that Flynn was the hacker and so, she and Alan went to his arcade to warn him. Flynn on his part revealed that he too had been trying to find any evidence that will prove Dillinger's plagiarism, which could be an explanation to his meteoric rise in the company.
The three hatched a plan together that will enable them to break into ENCOM and unlock Alan's 'Tron' programme, a self-controlling security gimmick meant to protect the system and oppose all functions of the MCP. The three employees once inside ENCOM, split up. Flynn, on his part came into direct conflict with the MCP by being unable to communicate with its terminal, and before he could gather any evidence he may require to expose Dillinger's crimes, the MCP used an experimental laser to digitize and download Flynn into the ENCOM mainframe cyberspace, where computer programmes were living entities that appeared in all likeness of the humans who created them. That was when Flynn learnt that the MCP and its second in command, Sark, controlled and forced computer programmes into renouncing their belief in the users. The MCP coerces programmes into resisting to play in lethal games and started getting Flynn into duels. Flynn met other captured programmes, Ram and Tron, in between matches.
These three however joined forces and escaped into the systems' mainframe during a light cycle match( the arcade game Flynn was so skilled at), however, Flynn and Ram became parted from Tron by an MCP pursuit team. In attempting to help Ram, who was injured in the pursuit, Flynn learnt that he could manipulate sections of the mainframe through accessing his knowledge as a programmer. Ram recognized Flynn as a User and encouraged him to find Tron ad liberate the system before dying himself. Through using this new found ability, Flynn rebuilt a vehicle and disguised himself as one of Sark's soldiers.
By seeking for the help of York, another sympathetic programme, and at an I/O tower, he got information from Alan which was vital in order to destroy the MCP. Later however, Flynn rejoined them and the three of them hijacked and boarded a solar sailer so that they could reach the innermost core of the MCP. On the other hand, Sark's command ship destroyed the sailer and also captured both Flynn and York, while presumably killing Tron. Later, Sark left the command and ordered its deresolution, but Flynn kept it intact through manipulating the mainframe once again. Eventually, Sark reached the MCP's core on a certain shuttle carrying captured programmes. In the process of the MCP attempting to absorb the captive programmes, Tron, who surprisingly escaped, confronted Sark and got him severely injured, thus prompting the MCP to concede to him all its functions.
On recognizing that his ability to control the mainframe could give Tron an opening, Flynn leapt into the beam of the MCP, thereby distracting it. On seeing the intrusion into the MCP's shield, Tron attacked through this window and destroyed both the MCP and Sark. This ended the MCP's control of the mainframe, which allowed the captured programmes to communicate with the users once again. Finally, Flynn reappeared in the real world and at his terminal. Tron's victory has caused the release of all lookouts on computer access and a nearby printer produced the evidence that Dillinger had plagiarized Flynn's creations. On entering his office the following morning, Dillinger found MCP deactivated and the proof of his theft made public. Flynn was eventually promoted to the status of CEO of ENCOM and was happily greeted by both Alan and Lora as their new boss.
The origins of From.
It all began in 1976 when Steven Lisberger was an animator of drawings in his personal studio. He saw a sample reel from a computerized movie called the MAGI and saw Pong for the very first time. He got immediately blown by the video games and had ever since wanted to act a film with a similar theme.
Everything about Tron is marvelous from the very outset and the progression of the movie will keep you so spellbound that you can't afford to miss anything. Little wonder that Tron, which was vehemently rejected by some producers in the beginning, later turned out to become a serial winner of multiple awards both at the box office and the Academy. This is more like the rejected stone eventually becoming the corner stone. Whatever captures your fancy, chase it, especially if repeated attempts to scuttle it fail. You just might never know.