Ready Player One

Ready Player One is a really simple movie, and there are a lot of things about it that don't make sense, but it was still fun to watch.

I haven't read Ready Player One. A lot of people hated the movie, but it seemed like something to see, anyway.

The first clue was kind of obvious. It seemed strange that no one caught the fact that he was making a racing reference when he said "pedal to the metal." I liked both of the worlds, the real world and the game world. They did a good job switching between them. It was exciting seeing what was going on in both. Watching the characters go through The Shining was fun. And it was funny when all the employees had to go through it.

All the references to Z being in love with Artemis were really hokey. Maybe because they didn't actually know each other, so there wasn't any substance to them. The movie as a whole felt kind of dumbed down. It was pretty ridiculous that Artemis made such a big deal about her birthmark. I don't think it would have been that much of a problem. It was kind of a cool design. It made her look like a superhero.

I'm not sure how believable it is that the CEO would have his password on his chair like that. Tons of people come in that room all the time, like the janitorial staff and everything.

It's weird that IOI was able to incarcerate people for debt. That's not how debt actually works. If you can't pay it, you just file for bankruptcy. It also seemed pretty dangerous that all those people were using their VR rigs on the sidewalk. You would think they would wind up going into the street. I liked TJ Miller as the voice of the skull guy. The RSI bit was funny.

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