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CLU discovers Flynn's hideout by tracing the signature left behind by Sam when he takes his father's retro-lightcycle into the 'city'. The elder Flynn actually berates his son for this mistake when he catches up with him. As for why CLU didn't try to get him many cycles ago, the limitations of their vehicles, plus the 'hidden entrance' of Flynn's hideout ...


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Question 1 It is stated specifically that Flynn's exit was placed far away from the population to avoid stray programs from wandering in. This implies that any program could have exited if they had access to Flynn's disc. It is also stated the CLU has found a way to not only bring himself, but all of his minions into the real world. He places Flynn's disc ...


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The whole trip would cost Sam some time and there's no telling what might happen during his absence. CLU could capture Quorra and his father or even kill them. The risk of CLU getting the upper hand and escaping to the real world is too big.


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Okay, it's been ages since I've seen Tron, and I've only seen Legacy once. So making up something which sounds quite reasonable to me, but could easily be disproven... I believe, in both movies, the computers which house the virtual universe are contained in the server room of the giant quasi-"evil" company which briefly appears at the beginning of either ...


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You can only exit with Flynn's disc. Sam's disc doesn't contain the information necessary to exit the Grid. We know that because when CLU examines Sam's disc he says he was expecting more and gives Sam back his disc. If Sam's disc had the ability to let him exit CLU would have kept it. Also Sam didn't have a disc when he entered the Grid. It was only given ...


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The question isn't exactly accurate. Quorra didn't say they couldn't go off the grid just that they could not follow them. When she rescues Sam they jump the vehicle across a canyon and switch the vehicle into all terrain mode. The light cycles that were used in the games could not follow them or make the jump, but CLU has no problem traveling into the bad ...


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I think that the problem is that there's an inconsistency due to a (small) failure on the part of the script writer(s). As it stands there can't be a resolution because the two states of being are mutually exclusive. You shouldn't be able to bleed if you are digitized and you shouldn't be able to become a real boy or girl if you started as a digital being. ...


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While watching movie i thought she is like an Android in the real world but i am wrong. As said in tron.wikia of Quorra Quorra ultimately had her wish granted when she accompanied Sam on his journey back to the real world, apparently becoming a flesh-and-blood human in the process, and happily set off with Sam as he showed her the wonders of the ...


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The portal is open only from the outside, and for only a limited amount of time. Once it closes no one inside the grid can open it again. Only someone from the outside can open it. That is why Flynn was trapped inside the grid for so many years. Sam doesn't know about the portal until he finds his father. At that time they realize there is very limit time ...


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Let's answer this by asking a simple question - how is it possible for a human being to be 'digitized'? Once you accept the ideas that A) A human (I.E. organic, living being) can be digitized and then reformed as they were and B) That computer programs can have a distinct personality (such as Tron from the original film), then the idea that Quorra could ...


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Er... The programs trace the light cycle back from its original location. I'm assuming that the bike has some kind of GPS system which explains why sam was able to find Zeus so easily.



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