Ready Player One

2018

Action / Adventure / Sci-Fi

469
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 73%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 79%
IMDb Rating 7.6 10 174590

Synopsis


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Cast

Simon Pegg as Ogden Morrow
Olivia Cooke as Art3mis / Samantha
Mark Rylance as Anorak / Halliday
Tye Sheridan as Parzival / Wade
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1920*800
Turkish
PG-13
23.976 fps
2hr 20 min
P/S 82 / 279
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1280*534
English
PG-13
23.976 fps
2hr 20 min
P/S 463 / 2,122
2.25 GB
1920*800
English
PG-13
23.976 fps
2hr 20 min
P/S 507 / 2,988
1.16 GB
1280*534
English
PG-13
23.976 fps
2hr 20 min
P/S 728 / 3,474
2.24 GB
1920*800
English
PG-13
23.976 fps
2hr 20 min
P/S 957 / 5,494

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Pjtaylor-96-138044 4 / 10

Relies heavily on empty nostalgia and pop-culture references but lacks engagement and a solid story of its own.

'Ready Player One (2018)' should have been called 'The Pop-Culture Movie', since it is so chock-full of blatant references and call-backs to media, from the eighties and nineties in particular. It seems as though this over-reliance on pre-existing material, along with its recognition and nostalgic value, is the driving force behind most of the narrative, being that the flick itself doesn't capture the spirit of the films it intends to ape, and so often calls out by name to cringe-worthy results, but instead shoves in reference after soulless reference in a vapid attempt to prey on its audience's ability to recognise things they've seen before. This 'nostalgia vampirism' is meant to evoke memories of better films and have those emotions transposed onto this one, though it only succeeds in the former and reminds you how much you'd rather watch any of those than this. It's evocative of the larger issues that plague the flick, those being that it doesn't have any real stakes or ability to engage on its own and also treats its audience as rather dumb and forces expository dialogue down their throats at every opportunity. The on-the-nose exposition was honesty some of the most intense and grating I'd experienced in some time. The feature did have some nice visual effects and I cared about the digital 'avatars' as much as any of their real-world counter-parts, though only to a certain degree, but so much was happening that it was hard to register at times due to the odd colour palette and heavily contrasting character designs. It didn't have a cohesive aesthetic, to say the least. It did have a good score by Alan Silvestri and some of its allegorical undertones certainly ring true. I honestly wasn't entertained, though, despite all the visual splendour and things that should appeal directly to me, and that really tells you all you need to know. For all the throw-away movie references, where was the fun of 'Raiders Of The Lost Ark (1981)'? Where was the wonder of 'E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)', the suspense of 'Jaws (1975)' or the excitement of 'Jurassic Park (1993)'? In other words, where was Spielberg? 4/10

Reviewed by kbveggies 3 / 10

An exercise in excess held together by soullessness

I think Spielberg's lost his way recently. This move is absolutely empty without the pop culture references it reaps upon, without an ounce of subtlety no less (If I want to watch The Shining, I'll watch The Shining. If Spielberg really wanted a highlights reel of The Shining pasted onto his movie, he should be learning to have some restraint). Hollow story, no characters, no emotion, terrible CGI that is reminiscent of current pre-rendered cutscenes (which is pretty accurate but extremely lazy. It would've been nice to see some effort and creativity), hazy and exhausting action sequences, and a hackneyed message about being a gamer and how electronics are bad and should be used in moderation. It's basically a spiritual successor to The Emoji Movie.

Reviewed by mattgosling1987 8 / 10

Great movie but different from the book

Pretty good movie visually and even though the changes from the book are obvious but they don't spoil it. They are changes that have to be made so it translates well on to screen.

The comedy in the film is charming and not over the top. It fits in well with the film.

The visuals are awesome. There are so many Easter eggs and references from pop culture it's unbelievable that they managed to add so many. It'll take a long time to spot them all.

Overall I'd say this film is definitely worth a watch.

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