I don't care how much money it takes, but someone has to make a full-length mashup between Tron and The Big Lebowski. Call it The Tron Lebowski. You know, that, or, uh, The Tron. Or Dudetron. Or El Tronderino if you're not into the whole brevity thing.
I Really REALLY Want To See The Tron Lebowski
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