Both TRON and Dragonslayer from Walt Disney Pictures were pioneering acheivements in the use of computer-assisted animation (in Dragonslayer's case, it assisted in the stop-motion effects).
TRON's rather limited representation in the Parks was a short-sighted snub in my opinion. The TRON 'Super Speed' Tunnel was a lame, but vintage PM 'filler' effect, probably responsible for as many headaches, cases of vertigo, and nausea (if not outright vomiting)as America the Beautiful in CircleVision; but was that small, often forgotten feature enough of a 'nod' to a film that broke so much ground technologically?
While the film did take place in the present, its plot centered around a 'new, developmental' technology that 'digitized' tangible elements from the physical world into data to be stored on a computer, and then later re-assembled the stored information into physical, corporeal form. Doesn't this concept lend itself to a possibly great Dark Ride; being 'translated' into a computer world?
Would it, at this point, take a remake of the film to generate any interest? Even if enough interest is manufactured, would it be worthy of TL representation in the form of its own attraction?