A dazzling, groundbreaking sci-fi adventure from Walt Disney Pictures. It concerns a computer genius and ex-employee of the ENCOM corporation named Kevin Flynn, played wonderfully by Jeff Bridges who tries hacks into the mainframe of that corporation, he is seeking evidence to prove that his work was stolen by a former colleague, Ed Dillinger, superbly played by the sinister David Warner. He is detected by the power-hungry Master Control Programed and is beamed into another dimension, a cyberworld inside the computer mainframe itself; there he must fight to survive against computer's gladiators on a deadly game grid, and on the high-velocity "Light Cycles" in races to the death. But Tron, played terrifically by Bruce Boxleitner is a specialized security program that will help Flynn fight the MCP and set him free from that electoric world. Astute direction by Steven Lisberger and wonderful supporting performances by Cindy Morgan, Barnard Hughes and San Shor. This film is a milestone in the history of computer animation, it's spectacular visual effects and early CGI is still amazing, It no wonder that the minds behind Tron went on to form the great Pixar Animation Studio. An original audacious piece of genre entertainment. Highly Recommended. Special Note: The sequel "Tron Legacy" starring Jeff Bridges reprising his role of Kevin Flynn 28 years later will be released in December 2010.