Ready Player One (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Combo Pack)

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Graham Swearingen on 05/02/2018 at 10:49 PM.

Ready Player One I haven’t read the novel this film was based on, that may either help or hinder ones appreciation of the film. As a child of the 1980’s and an avid connoisseur of film, television, video games, comic books and pop culture in general, this film had a lot to offer me. I enjoyed everyone’s performances in this from Tye Sheridan who plays the lead Wade Watts aka Parzival to Ben Mendelsohn who plays antagonist Sorrento who runs IOI and is also trying to win control of Oasis, a Virtual Reality game…

Beverly Ann Wilson on 05/02/2018 at 11:19 PM.

This movie is 90% different from the book and that’s a good thing! This is a must see film if you like sci-fi, video games, 80s, or just want to see a really cool film with a nice concept.Yes, this is a completely different story from the book…and I, for one, am pleased about that. Turning an 8 hour story into a 2.5 hour one will require some editing and usually bad editing at that, but instead of chopping the book up, the author, Ernest Cline, co-wrote the screenplay and started from scratch; rewriting the entire story to be more visual than…

Ethan on 05/02/2018 at 11:45 PM.

Strays from the book, but still a dazzling film Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One rocked the literary world with a killer combination of 80’s pop culture references, relatable characters, and a clever adventure story. The novel had such a broad appeal that a movie version was inevitable. Enter Stephen Spielberg, a director who built his career making the kinds of films that Cline’s novel holds in such a high regard. Despite the status of cultural icon, choosing Spielberg to direct a big-budget sci-fi/action movie was a seemingly risky idea. He…