Whether you loved or hated Ready Player One, odds are you were still amazed by the second challenge - yes, that scene - even if it's just wondering how the hell director Steven Spielberg pulled off something so impossible. Now we know.
Now that our Top 50 Superhero Movies of All Time list has come and gone, it's on to the next! But this time around, we're putting the spotlight on one specific filmmaker - one of the best of all-time, Steven Spielberg. From 1975’s Jaws, which started the summer blockbuster phenomenon, to 2017’s Academy Award-nominated The Post, Spielberg has moved audiences with his rich, emotional stories, thrilled them with some incredible action sequences; made them think with his political dramas and...
Ready Player One was a very divisive book, and now it's a very divisive movie. We are no exception. While my colleagues Beth and Evan didn't care for it, I'm a fan of Ernest Cline's love letter to pop culture, although I fully admit it has problems. So I was excited that Steven Spielberg would helm the movie adaptation, though I knew the two would differ. What I didn't know was how much the film was going to challenge and recontextualise my feelings about the book.