Atom User Reviews for Ready Player One
best movie ever love the cameos
its like Hollywood gave the book to a drunk screenwriter and told him to read half and replace the pivotal timeless key challenges with currently popular games and remove any journey of friendship and add a nonsense Insta romance.
If i could rate it 100 stars i will definitely do so
it was a good movie but i just wish it followed the book closer
If I had not read the book it would have been better. There were so many changes that I didn't love it. But it could stand on its own had I not had a different storyline in mind.
One of the best movies I've seen in a while.
Trying not to wave the book- was- better- than- the- movie flag... it was entertaining, and I would've really like some of the really deep cuts the book had but understand this was made to be accessible to a wide audience. That being said, the loss ous the characters intelligence, how dire the world is, and how hard the quest really was... that it took serious amounts of time to find the keys... that should've been kept. Still worth the price of admission.
Great movie has a retro feel. I felt like I was in 1980's slash 2000's
Definitely would leave 10 stars if possible, a must see. Fun on a bun
Steven Spielberg does set pieces like no one else.
Was a big fan of the book and while the movie strays from the original source material, it still did a good job at capturing the same feel. Definitely a fun popcorn flick
Just a lot of fun! Don't try to look too deep, just enjoy it.
Best game movie ever!!
An incredible movie. It also shows us a terrifying possible future.
dissapointed that Spielberg could barely make it like the book.
Would have been better for me if I didn’t read the book, cause I was disappointed
Absolutely NOTHING like the book. Spielberg gutted this movie and filled it with cliche love stories that were empty, drawn out, and oh did I mention NOTHING LIKE THE BOOK. The end result? Neat CGI while I nearly fell asleep.
Ready Player One has no obligation to be a rigorous intellectual exercise, even if it amounts to a wasted opportunity to explore who else might steer tech, and society, toward greater equity. But it doesn’t have to be so facile, either. Maybe next time the screenwriters shouldn’t set the difficulty mode to “easy.”
This film, mostly shot in the UK, is technically suberb. But splitting the pleasures of virtual and reality, Ready Player One never fully satisfies on either front.
A rollicking adventure through worlds both bleak and fantastic, Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One makes big changes to the specifics and structure of Ernest Cline's best-selling novel but keeps the spirit and level-up thrills intact.