Ready Player One (2018)
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Ready Player One (2018)


Genre
:
Adventure | Science Fiction | Fantasy
Rating
:
7.7 / 10
Release Date
:
28 March 2018
Resolution
:
1920x1080
Duration
:
2 : 20 minutes
Spoken Language
:
English
Status
:
Released
Overview
:
When the creator of a popular video game system dies, a virtual contest is created to compete for his fortune.

Cast Overview :

Wade Watts / Parzival
by: Tye Sheridan
Samantha Cook / Artemis
by: Olivia Cooke
Nolan Sorrento
by: Ben Mendelsohn
Helen Harris / Aech
by: Lena Waithe
i-R0k (voice)
by: T.J. Miller
Ogden Morrow
by: Simon Pegg
James Halliday / Anorak
by: Mark Rylance
Zhou / Sho
by: Philip Zhao
Toshiro / Daito
by: Win Morisaki
F'Nale Zandor
by: Hannah John-Kamen
Rick
by: Ralph Ineson
Alice
by: Susan Lynch
Mrs. Gilmore
by: Clare Higgins
Kira
by: Perdita Weeks
Rebel
by: Letitia Wright
Elementary Kid
by: Mckenna Grace
Elementary Kid
by: Lulu Wilson
Leslee
by: Cara Pifko
Goro
by: Vic Chao
Tracer
by: Cara Theobold
Young Halliday
by: Isaac Andrews
Sixer #6655
by: Joel MacCormack
Reb Kid
by: Kit Connor
Reb Kid
by: Leo Heller
Reb Kid
by: Antonio Mattera
Pole Dancer
by: Lynne Wilmot
Reb (Safe House)
by: Kae Alexander
Sixer Drill Instructor
by: Michael Wildman
Elementary Kid
by: Adolfo Álvarez
Elementary Kid
by: Alonso Alvarez
Elementary Kid
by: Jadah Marie
High School Kid
by: Arianna Jaffier
High School Kid
by: Armani Jackson
High School Kid
by: Britain Dalton
High School Kid
by: Jacob Bertrand
Chubby Guy
by: Gareth Mason
Sorrento's Assistant
by: Ronke Adekoluejo
High School Kid
by: Daniel Zolghadri
Ten-Year Old Kid
by: William Gross
Lame Tattoo Guy (Reb)
by: Laurence Spellman
Corporate Businessman (uncredited)
by: Daniel Eghan
JN / Commuter (uncredited)
by: Julia Nickson
IOI Staff (uncredited)
by: Kiera Bell
Player (uncredited)
by: Samantha Russell

Member Reviews :

There's a moment in this movie when the central character says "I love her". His friend hastily replies, "Slow down bro... she could be a 300 lb man living in his mom's basement." In the very brief beat between the two lines, I thought FINALLY a movie about falling in love completely independent of what a person's genetics may be. And then the crushing cynicism in a dystopian world where there is little to live for and even less to hope for: even in a nightmare, a fat man is undateable. Don't worry though. If you have the skills you may end up on top. Just like Ben Mendelsohn's slave-owning antagonist almost did. Because in this story, it's not a world where anyone feels compassion or empathy. It's a world where everyone only thinks of themselves. A sociopath's dream. And that's what earns the top prize. I love looking at Tye Sheridan. But not enough to sit through this again.
  Columbusbuck
I watched this movie because I was once working in the VR industry and really curious what it could tell us (even though I am not really interested after watching the trailer). Anyway, the experience is not bad (in 4DX). But not recommended for a second watch since there is little to dig and feel except for the numerous, eye-dazzling amount of Easter eggs. Sorry.
  izgzhen
Another great movie from Steven Spielberg
  crackerboi
Obviously everything from the book cannot go into the movie, however a lot of what got into the movie was not from the book. Too much focus on car chases and too little on solving a puzzle. If you haven't read the book, read the book! it's much more awesome!
  lasse