"Tron", the original, is iconic and was ahead of its time. It was the first movie to be largely filmed with 'green screen' where the actors had to imagine the set around them while computer programmers created the movie in the lab.
Use worksheet in conjunction with movie viewing.
It was tons of fun and a joy to watch and discover with kids. Its up there with 'A New Hope' as an all time Sci-Fi favorite of mine.
I've had success with younger native speakers and slightly older EFL learners.
I warm up with some riddles, simple questions, and a few interpretive ones also. Enjoy it!
Pair up with Tron-Legacy, as some kids may never have seen either of them. 25 years later plus, Jeff Bridges and the inimitable Bruce Boxleitner, followed up with "Tron-Legacy" and eerie world of a future GRID, were all is not as peaceful as we last left it.
These are basic study questions to make sure kids engage in the movie as they watch and learn. There is plenty of room for expansion, free-writing and imagination.