Originally Posted by Dross
I thought it was what was on Flynn's disc, basically the the secrets of the Tron world, that was on the storage device. I wasn't at all shocked to see Quorra in the real world.
Also, Tron has never made sense, so stop trying to make it make sense now. Programs don't play games, games ARE programs. The whole concept is fucked. But it's fun.
Well, yes I don't imagine that inside computers, programmes look just like people, go to bars and engage in witty discussion and the like ... however, that did seem to be for me a bit out there from the implied internal rules of the movie.
However, now that I see that Clu would have gotten out as an actual person and not as some programme in the internet; I wish they'd done that.
The sequel would have been great, with Clu winning his Supreme Court battle to be declared as an native born citizen because the computer he was created in was in the US.
Then in his running for the presidency, the tea party splits the republican vote, the Democrats don't bother to turn up and Clu's army (who all came with him and won their battle for citizenship) all vote as a unified block.
As President, Clu gives a great speech says jobs, prosperity, security, the defeat of America's enemies, a new perfect order, Change is coming, etc etc etc ...
I guess I can live with Cillian Murphy being Sark 2.0 and/or the MCP upgrade instead though.