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A scientist performs experiments involving intelligence enhancing drugs and virtual reality on a simple-minded gardener. He puts the gardener on an extensive schedule of learning, and quickly he becomes brilliant. But at this point the gardener has a few ideas of his own on how the research should continue, and the scientist begins losing control of his experiments. Written by
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The group that runs the experiment, called The Shop, is from another Stephen King book titled Firestarter. See more »
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Dr. Lawrence Angelo:
All this power isn't meant to be in the hands of one person!
You're wrong! You need to be led, just like everyone else, it's a basic need.
Dr. Lawrence Angelo:
This technology was meant to expand human communication, but you're not even human any more! What you've become terrifies me. You're a freak!
Your naive idiocy makes me VERY ANGRY!
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I went to see this movie in the theater when it was released. At the time the graphics were not dated in any way shape or form. Where is VR today? I recently bought the DVD and after watching it and remembering that it was an eight (8) year old movie, I still enjoyed it. I have seen a few VR games in arcades and to be honest the graphics today aren't much better than they were in this movie. I have seen a lot of comments about the effects being dated and I think that should be common sense when watching an older movie. When I watch Tron I don't think that the graphics are dated, I just remember that the movie was made in 1982 and effects and computer animation weren't the same back then as they are today. Most older movies have that look when compared to today's special effects. I always take that into account when watching older movies. I enjoyed Lawnmower Man then, now and I will the next time I watch it. I will keep it in my DVD collection.
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