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Ready Player One

Ready Player One (2018)

March. 28,2018
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7.5
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PG-13
| Adventure Action Science Fiction

When the creator of a popular video game system dies, a virtual contest is created to compete for his fortune.

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Steineded
2018/03/28

How sad is this?

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Neive Bellamy
2018/03/29

Excellent and certainly provocative... If nothing else, the film is a real conversation starter.

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Kien Navarro
2018/03/30

Exactly the movie you think it is, but not the movie you want it to be.

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Isbel
2018/03/31

A terrific literary drama and character piece that shows how the process of creating art can be seen differently by those doing it and those looking at it from the outside.

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jkhasriya-50401
2018/04/01

A good movie in itself, this is only loosely based on the book of the same name. If you haven't read the book then you won't miss the deep layers to the story and the struggle of the protagonist. The SFX and scale of the various action sequences was sensational. It was also humorous and clearly aimed at a young audience, drawing in elements of movies like the Goonies. I liked this movie.

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creatureofthereel
2018/04/02

So, I am a huge fan of the book and was incredibly worried that the film would not keep in line the fun that the book had, or its about of references. Granted that if the film was to match the book then it would need to be a lot longer! Now, the film, I have watched through fully twice, the first time, I was bitterly disappointed a lot of major parts in the book had been left out, for example Z being captured and hacking IOI, the fallout and separation of Z and Artemis, and the whole way that the first key was found, I loved these parts of the book and was sad not to see them on the big screen. Watching it a second time however has changed my view, what Steven Spielberg has done is brought the Oasis to life, he certainly has made it his own and I have fallen in love with Ready Player One in a whole new way, to me its two seperate things, not a book-to-film. My biggest issue now is there were no Jaws references. Shame that.Thank you Ernest Cline, thank you Steven Spielberg.

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psb-33472
2018/04/03

I have to be honest, my low rating is because I read the book before I saw the movie. The book captivated me and I could not put it down. The movie really disappointed me because I read the book first. They did not follow the book at all really and that ruined my experience. I think I would have enjoyed the movie a whole lot more if I saw it before I read the book.

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strike-1995
2018/04/04

Is there anything more poetic than the iron giant fighting mechagodzilla? Yes; seeing Batman climb mt Everest. Fortunately this film had them both.

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