In the year 2011, the prison system is run by the private sector. Business tycoon R.D. Crowley (Robert Davi) has created a Virtual Reality prison. The prisoner's bodies are locked in ... See full summary »

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Kayle Watson ...
Will Singelton
Terry Anderson ...
Stu
J. Christian Ingvordsen ...
Heinz Dietrich (as John Christian)
Kelly Gleeson ...
Andrea
Steve Tartalia ...
Mongomery Valentine (as Stephen Tartaglia)
Cheryl Clifford ...
Hillary
Scooter McCrae ...
Tron
Glenn Schuld ...
Rourke
Matthew M. Howe ...
Martin Dobbs (as Mathius Howell)
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Lugosi (as Ronald Smith)
Craig Reid ...
Eli
Amy Lynn Baxter ...
Vikki
Steve Loniewski ...
Thor (as Stephen Loniewski)
Scott Thomas ...
Fightin' Monk
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In the year 2011, the prison system is run by the private sector. Business tycoon R.D. Crowley (Robert Davi) has created a Virtual Reality prison. The prisoner's bodies are locked in suspended animation while their mind traverses the lethal labyrinth of games Crowley has designed for them. Crowley allows wealthy sportsmen to participate, for a price, in deadly VR combat with the prisoners. Written by MTI Home Video

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Die In The Game... Die In Life!


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Rated R for violence, some strong sexuality and language
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17 February 2004 (USA)  »

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Agonas epiviosis  »

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Was completed in 1995/1996 but not released on video until 2004. See more »

Quotes

Will Singelton: Crawley's got to have anti-virus programs.
Tron: Listen, man, there's no line of code those monkey boys can write that I can't bitch fuck.
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Crazy Credits

After the end credits roll, a voice can be heard calling for Crowley, unaware of his fate. See more »

Connections

Edited into Airboss III: The Payback (2000) See more »

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Better than most Direct to DVD movies
10 April 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The good parts- an actually interesting concept, so okay (but not great) action scenes. Lots of okay sex scenes.

The bad parts- The movie starts out very slow. A lot of characters are introduced with no real background as to who they are or what they are doing there. Some truly atrocious acting.

So why am I giving it a good rating? Because unlike a lot of big budget movies, these guys actually made an effort.

The plot is that the US has collapsed into anarchy, the UN has taken over, and the masses are being mollified by a virtual reality game that involves a lot of stock footage, some various re-enactment groups and some fairly unconvincing fight sequences. The action centers around a rebel named Singleton, who survives fight after fight with a hunter named Deitreich, whom he had crippled in the real world.

Meanwhile, his fellow rebels plan to defeat the evil corporation by implanting a virus into their computer which will not only destroy the game, but blow up their headquarters.

It silly, but it's fun.


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