And you know what I really did enjoy them both. The 2nd one had better visuals but then they had modern effects technology to help them create it, so it didn't look as stiff and as animated as the first one. But the concepts is what gets me every time I watch these two. I still am a bit disappointed they never made a third movie. It could have been a thing had it been more popular and more people had wanted it. But yes the concepts. That programs we write are in fact an actual world. I mean that messes with my head to think that. Plot holes aside I enjoyed them both and there was a shit ton of things you could nitpick in both movies but they were fun, but there are those headscratchers that I do wonder about. Like an abandoned arcade. Who owned it? How was it not trashed or bulldozed for over 20 years? These are the ones I still wonder about. How did that little computer keep running for so long without anyone to look after it, over 20 years in that dank basement, and how did Flynn steal that laser from Encom? Where was the grid located exactly, in the original movie it was hinted at it was inside that single mainframe computer, but where is it now in the second movie? Encom had become a huge corporation, surely someone there knew something was using computer resources or no one would have seen this grid thing, if it's just data it would have been eating up resources wouldn't it? In all those years daddy Flynn never bothered to come out of the grid, maybe bring some evidence of it for the world to see or take people from the real world into it so not to be labeled a whack job, I get the impression the rest of the world thought that he was a bit of a lunatic / nutter. Oh and Quorra, how did she become flesh and blood? As for Clu what the heck, what exactly was he going to bring into the real world? if it was only he and his army they don't exactly have weapons, and it didn't seem objects apart from clothing could move between worlds. Anyway I still love both movies a lot, just sad we never got a proper third movie but I never got into the TV show.