I guess I'll talk about Ready Player One

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  • Published on Apr 7, 2018
  • Ready Player Two is about Parzival's successor winning the contest by having to recite from memory every line of Ready Player One.
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  • hewwo? anywun dere?? owo
    hewwo? anywun dere?? owo 8 months ago +1447

    hey cool egg snake and ET hoodie boy

    • Charlie Punter
      Charlie Punter 3 months ago

      And the huge porg plush behind her

    • cocoachuu
      cocoachuu 5 months ago

      hi, this is a really late reply but does your name refer to the opening of porter robinson's "sad machine" : *hello, anyone there? oh, hi :)*
      also ayyy, army! ♥

    • trenvert123
      trenvert123 5 months ago

      +Shaun Cheah
      I'm guessing it's a reference that she got, and thought was funny. And having a nostalgic reference on a video, which is itself talking about a book that is about 80% nostalgic references... It was probably something she couldn't ignore. I know I couldn't. That's why I upvoted OP's comment.

    • McDonald Dylam
      McDonald Dylam 7 months ago

      hewwo? anywun dere?? owo hh

    • oyex phantom
      oyex phantom 8 months ago +3

      I’ve saw it

  • David Beck
    David Beck 10 hours ago

    Ready Player One was pretty plainly aimed at ten year olds so I don’t judge it too harshly. I’ll let my kids do the judging on this one and they loved it.

  • Kains Corner
    Kains Corner 21 hour ago

    i couldnt agree more!

  • Dadutta
    Dadutta Day ago

    i'm already talking about ready player one

  • TheArtsyAxolotl
    TheArtsyAxolotl Day ago

    12:48 I'm so glad you brought that joke back lmao

  • Dusty Fred
    Dusty Fred 2 days ago

    Jenny, you're at least as conventionally attractive as Artemis.

  • Mr. C
    Mr. C 2 days ago

    always a pleasure ! !

  • Resting sad face
    Resting sad face 3 days ago

    I think it would have been really cool if instead of just a scar, Artemis could have a gaping hole in her face
    Something like:
    thexvid.com/video/_ROUQoLhTMM/video.html

  • Fetish for Romance
    Fetish for Romance 3 days ago

    In a RPO speedrun the godawful prose will be the gratest challenge. "I went there and did this, then I went that other place and did that, everybody cheered me 'cause I'm awesome and [insert 4 paragraphs of 80's media references here]". You read 2 paragraphs and your mind starts zoning out to other things. The self-important masturbatory narrative of the self-important masturbatory protagonist are just a bonus. This book makes me sad for liking the things I like. ._.

  • Lincoln7Echo
    Lincoln7Echo 4 days ago

    One of the takeaways of WarGames is that life is precious. Professor Falken, a grieving father of a deceased child, decided to incorporate his child into a virtual reality so that he could continue to visit with him and play some games. His comment on the world starting over when it's done with humanity "with the bees," though inspired by the Cold War and in the shadow of the nuclear race, was meant to instruct that life is so much more precious than the digital world of simulations. I haven't read the book Ready Player One but I have lived through that era and the movie did have a huge impact on a generation--much moreso than The Shining.

  • Hannah Olivier
    Hannah Olivier 4 days ago

    I come to this video again and again and the quality of that crash bandicoot impervious do damage tee always amazes me

  • _ musique
    _ musique 4 days ago

    Wait, this isn't Cinema Sins?

  • SoraMotto
    SoraMotto 5 days ago

    I love Simon Pegg as Martin Freeman dressed up as Bilbo Baggins in old man prosthetics 😂😂😂 in all seriousness, I was really not a fan of the book. I read it through recommendations from friends and found the main character to be so unlikable so when I heard it was gonna get adapted into a movie I was so excited for that train wreck

  • TheGamingGlaceon
    TheGamingGlaceon 5 days ago +2

    I just find it hard to believe that in 2045 people would still be referencing the 80s. Wouldn’t early 2000s or even early 2010s make more sense with the time period?

  • Timefliesbye
    Timefliesbye 5 days ago

    Omg what happened to your face? It's revolting! You look like Quasimodo's uglier sister! Completely disfigured.
    I laughed when I saw her "mark" in the movie.

  • herr haller
    herr haller 5 days ago

    19:30 commercial for 'eternity'

  • Rainbow Lagann
    Rainbow Lagann 5 days ago

    Where were the fucking *Space Marines!?!*

  • cookieaddictions
    cookieaddictions 6 days ago +2

    Idk I really enjoyed the book. 🤷🏻‍♀️ One of my favorites. I don’t even care about video games or 80s culture, I thought it was a really fun adventure. But I couldn’t even get halfway through the movie. Mostly because my plane landed and I didn’t care to continue watching later on, haha. I think it ruined all the exciting parts of the book. The whole thing drove me nuts.

  • AmericanNohbuddy ™

    The Oasis could easily be used as a modern Brave New World

  • Chris Hoy
    Chris Hoy 7 days ago +1

    Jenny, I was shocked by the number of Patrons you have! You are a good TheXvidr and editor, no doubt about it, but to get that many paying subscribers, wow! (Slow clap!)

    • Powder
      Powder 5 days ago +1

      IT speaks to the quality of her audience that so many are willing to pitch in

  • N D
    N D 7 days ago +2

    I love how you broke this down. The whole arms race thing in the Oasis is spot on. Unless there is some sort of Oasis UN, everyone will be tooling up and creating more powerful weapons at every instance.

  • Alien Alien
    Alien Alien 8 days ago

    I heated the 1980s the movies snd tv was good

  • Just Some Guy with Sunglasses

    Jenny you clearly gave the plot more thought than EC.

  • NTH THN
    NTH THN 13 days ago

    Who's that big boiii behind you?

  • Matthew Sawczyn
    Matthew Sawczyn 13 days ago

    hmm!

  • Jomb Jong Liribop
    Jomb Jong Liribop 15 days ago

    YOUR MATTER TELLS MINE TO SCATTER

  • btr003
    btr003 16 days ago

    honestly, both the book and the movie were kinda bleh. the book was more annoying I think, because the author just kept adding references to things to prove that he's cool and in-the-know. but real gamers aren't like most of what he wrote. people don't talk like that. also, gamers are hounded by trolls and assholes online, and I read none of that in the book. the characters were bland also, and seemed more like caricatures of the personalities they represented. there's a lot more I can say, but my brain's not working right now, so that's it for now.

  • Michael Enihon
    Michael Enihon 16 days ago +3

    I think the book wasn't a love letter so much as a "look how much I know about this stuff" -- especially in the book, with a whole gratuitous description of the SwordQuest fiasco at the very beginning... which the author could learn in about 30 minutes at a retro game website. Your point about Sorento just "reference dropping" for his own personal gain being kind of what Ernest Cline has done hits the mark solidly and is the overall impression I get. Ernest Cline kept an eye on the Nostalgia Cycle and released his book with perfect timing.

  • Carlos Flores
    Carlos Flores 16 days ago

    6:59 I thought you knew how us needs work

  • Polar I3ear
    Polar I3ear 17 days ago

    I would for sure be that buff wolf man :D but without the diaper thats just weird xD

  • God of Beans
    God of Beans 17 days ago

    Don't spend time on the computer or you'll become autistic is a great message no flaws its perfect with 100 percent scientifically accurate representation of reality wdym

  • Chris Ford
    Chris Ford 17 days ago

    As soon as the ending song played, I couldn't help but immediately whistle along.

  • Wisekuma
    Wisekuma 17 days ago

    Super Mario World 2 is a great game!

  • Lavi A
    Lavi A 18 days ago

    Damn the Kia Sorento's humansona is so poorly designed

  • Hafiz Huda
    Hafiz Huda 18 days ago

    I love how you break things down! So many points that I was wondering as well. I love your channel!

  • Ulubai
    Ulubai 18 days ago

    Touch fuzzy, get dizzy.

  • Jon R.
    Jon R. 19 days ago +2

    So Artemis was really self conscious about the birthmark on her face. So why didn't she just put makeup on it? They don't have that in the future?

  • Kirtahl
    Kirtahl 19 days ago

    I was about to ask if you tried your hand at boxing before you got to the birthmark part.

  • Otto T
    Otto T 19 days ago

    That's a good look, also spot on observations.

  • Vlad Cirus
    Vlad Cirus 19 days ago

    Damn it!! I guess I won't rewatch this movie, ever :))

  • urban cohort
    urban cohort 20 days ago

    i hated tlj and rp1 fight me

  • MarineHeartPink
    MarineHeartPink 20 days ago

    Funfact : 'Anorak' is a type of wind jacket in French. Kinda makes it hard for me to take him seriously lmao

  • Tarotiste
    Tarotiste 21 day ago

    In many ways, "Ready Player One" is just a fun novel that doesn't have a lot of deep themes and underlying symbolism. I do think, though, that it's intentional that there isn't deep meaning to the creators' Easter egg hunt, or whether he learned anything.
    One thing they left out of the film that I did like in the books was the fact that everyone attends school in the Oasis. Bullyjng has decreased because, obviously , noone can see the physical things that they usually make fun of. In the book, Percival is not very goodlooking either. And he only has the tech to access the Oasis because it was issued to him for school.
    I do think that the hunt was a ego thing for the guy, if you learn about me- you can win. And it allowed him to give his company to the person who had gotten to know him best- even tho he was a loner, and was now dead.

  • Richard Alatorre
    Richard Alatorre 22 days ago

    @Jenny Nicholson You are very adorable!

  • therandomdot
    therandomdot 23 days ago +2

    I found it weird that the movie was hung up on a lot of 80's pop culture. It takes place in 2045. Usually pop culture references die off after about 30-50 decades. They get a resurgence when the people that grew up with them as kids become the new main adult population. (EG: people that grew up with Nintendo in the 80's are the current adult population now, and there's a huge retro NES market revival). But, when they get older / elderly.. pop culture moves on. Kids grow up with their own pop culture. So, I find it very hard to believe that 80's pop culture bullshit has been so amazing that it was what folks 60+ years later have created a virtual world around it all. (edit) AND, that later generations haven't made pop culture amazing enough to replace it. So, are we to assume that later generations were just lazy in creating stuff? And since most of our 80's pop culture stuff came from companies spoon-feeding it to us, but the 2045 future is basically ran by mega-corps.. are we saying mega-corps are no longer masters of creating pop-culture to spoon-feed kids? Just so many questions.. and it's annoying.

  • therandomdot
    therandomdot 23 days ago

    I'm just upset that they made Oasis Bucks the currency instead of Stones of Jordon.

  • Petrino
    Petrino 23 days ago

    why are you cosplaying a genderbent Zuko from ATLA?

  • Erin the Fandom Writer

    I feel like all the 80s references are a sign that the creator of Ready Player One is nostalgic to the point of actual cringe. At least to me. The movie was an acid trip.

  • Shaye Eller
    Shaye Eller Month ago

    I’ve just suddenly realized that the treasure of Forrest Fenn is basically the plot to Ready Player One only with the woods in place of video games.

  • Dog Flamingo
    Dog Flamingo Month ago

    I second the bit about the furries (and the rest really). I was just re-watching an old episode of "Star Trek: DS9", where they encounter an anomaly that causes the fantasies in the minds of the people on the station to come to life. Of an entire space station, only two people ended up with a THOT and one did it by accident. You cannot tell me that on an entire station only one guy was having n errant fantasy about having sex with someone or that only one guy went "Fantasies come true?! Where are my THOTs??" They just write for what they would want it to be and never think about what would actually happen. You know that station would have been full of fantasy hoes, and at least part of them would have been furries.

  • J. Tiberius Kirk
    J. Tiberius Kirk Month ago

    Please hand ET your phone, he needs to call home.

  • Xavier Quiñones de León

    the most talented girl in whole youtube...she is

  • Sofia Lesage
    Sofia Lesage Month ago

    In the movie Wargames the line actually IS about video games

  • Gwyneth Ochsner
    Gwyneth Ochsner Month ago

    she was supposed to be chubby?

  • Tristan Bear
    Tristan Bear Month ago

    Yeah WTF where is my fucking furry representation!!!!@

  • etbadaboum
    etbadaboum Month ago

    Is Wade is Halliday's son?
    Is Halliday a reference to Jean-Philippe Smet?

  • UTAU53Yui
    UTAU53Yui Month ago +1

    "This girl's been selling, like, thousands of Crash Bandicoot t-shirts and suddenly no one can sustain damage"
    okay that got me

  • niftysheep
    niftysheep Month ago

    So funny, in German Anorak is simply a type of outdoor jacket.

  • Allison Gertler
    Allison Gertler Month ago

    oh wow, how ugly, a prince Zuko cosplayer. everyone knows prince zuko is the LEAST attractive character in Avatar the last Airbender

  • Jason Luthor
    Jason Luthor Month ago

    Found this channel through Reddit. So far it feels like the movies are miserable channel.

  • Chad Schmaltz
    Chad Schmaltz Month ago

    It seems to me like the Oasis tried to be like The World from .hack//sign.

  • MS. Lillie
    MS. Lillie Month ago

    His aunt was blown up!!! And they just moved on

  • Cascade
    Cascade 2 months ago

    The book was SOOOOOO much better

  • Cascade
    Cascade 2 months ago

    Who else red the book and was disappointed when I watched the movie.

  • Lindsey Chidester
    Lindsey Chidester 2 months ago

    They didn’t even use the iron giant in the book! You could choose him, but no one did! I wish they would have done this in the movie!

  • Lindsey Chidester
    Lindsey Chidester 2 months ago

    I loved the book! I fucking hated the movie

  • Andy Black Drums
    Andy Black Drums 2 months ago

    More Yoshi's Island music please

  • amsayyy
    amsayyy 2 months ago

    I listened to the audiobooks and oh my god, it was just a trip of the author jacking off with a neon zebra print pair of leggings from the eighties while listening to journey

  • Mig
    Mig 2 months ago

    I would buy that "Impervious for Damage" shirt in a heartbeat oh my god I really want her to sell that shirt

  • Ryley Thomas
    Ryley Thomas 2 months ago

    The oasis would need so many moderators and people to auctually maintain the oasis. Was that information in any of this because I’m kinda interested in the process of maintains such a huge server, is it like a government ? Because Halliday seems like the only one with any control and he’s dead.
    There would be so many more anthros and anime babes then normal looking people.
    And so many trolls and dicks and hackers like cmon

  • David Heinrich
    David Heinrich 2 months ago

    "It's like watching a speedrun... of a book." You sum up Cline's writing style better than anyone else I've come across, and you do it in 55 seconds.

  • Eilavamp
    Eilavamp 2 months ago

    Thinking about your comment about knowing all of war games by heart like, if I HAD to, i could probably recite all of the nightmare before christmas from memory... I've been watching it since I was 4 years old and I usually watch it around once a year, it's more than nostalgia at this point like I don't own any memorabilia really but its almost certainly my 'favourite' movie? Its definitely the only movie I'm pretty confident I could recite from memory. So with that in mind, I do acknowledge it's possible that war games can be recited from memory for this sort of contest. But the weird thing is, they didn't know that war games would be important. It could have been ANY movie. They didn't even know they'd need to know all the dialogue! They didn't know they'd need to recite any movie dialogue at all, or anything, that's why it took so long for the game to get started because no one knew where to even start looking or what any of the challenges would be. So are we to assume that he could also have done this if it was, say, back to the future? Or ladyhawke? Or the shining? Like... it's such a huge leap. I love the novel so much it really nails that adventure story vibe and I got a weird thrill out of all the pop culture references etc etc but nothings above reproach. There's a lot of weird shit in the movie and the book, and I love it, but it definitely requires suspension of belief that borders on ridiculous.

  • Jack Daniel's in the lion's den

    3:36 "if you're rich in the game you're rich in real life"
    *Sword Art Online memes intensify*

  • Duncan Urquhart
    Duncan Urquhart 2 months ago

    11:40 GAH!

  • Punk Jesus
    Punk Jesus 2 months ago

    in the book it says that Haliday has Aspergers Syndrome so... That could very well be why he has anxiety like he did. and also it could be why he was obsessive over Kira. Granted, the film made me very angry but I still loved Haliday. Most of the time, I just hated Wade through the book and film. idk man

  • ntt
    ntt 2 months ago

    You sound like my Ela teacher

  • fruit
    fruit 2 months ago

    Someone has FINALLY spoken.

    Somethings really bothered me about the movie. They basically skipped the entire second half of the book and more about the actual quest. Also where Wade moves and how he isolates himself (for five years I think)and how that sparked up issues. I have WAY more to say but I would be here for hours.

  • Roberto Villalobos
    Roberto Villalobos 2 months ago +13

    Spoiler: Did I miss something or did they just glaze over his aunt's death

  • Bobby Brown
    Bobby Brown 2 months ago +1

    Ya know the face is an oddly attractive mixture of some megan fox and nicholas cage. Just works.

  • EccentricSage
    EccentricSage 2 months ago

    5:10 This is why games need horizontal progression.

  • jesse haaland
    jesse haaland 2 months ago

    It sounds like one of the worst movies .I saw that movie valerian.that has to be one of the worst top 3 movies I've ever seen!lol.
    Your hella funny.you would be fun to watch bad movies with.lol

    • Keyser94
      Keyser94 2 months ago

      Valerian is not that bad, actually it make me remember The Fifth Element, the problem is that was market in the wrong place, instead of the U. S. it should have been sell first in Europe, then rest of the World, and then the U. S., the comics are more well know in the rest world than in the U. S.

  • Brahm Danger
    Brahm Danger 2 months ago

    Good job, little Lindsay Ellis

  • Jaii Raph
    Jaii Raph 2 months ago

    8:00 HEY, YER - WHERE ARE THE DIPER FURRIES!!


    *capslock was a mistake. usually is.

  • Jaii Raph
    Jaii Raph 2 months ago +2

    OMG HER FACE! FROM THE THUMBNAIL AVATAR I THOUGHT SHE WAS HOT!

    • Mollz Mystery
      Mollz Mystery 2 months ago +2

      What the fuck kind of comment is this? Her "birthmark" is made with blush, she's mocking a character from the book.
      Seriously, why do people feel the need to say shit like this?

  • Ravenpotter
    Ravenpotter 2 months ago +1

    I agree! There should of been furries in the movie! Furries are just cool and it would be interesting to see how the future has changed our fandom... are fursuits now digital! I bet they would be so amazing and look just so cool!... I mean like not the sexual side of the fandom.... the fandom isn't all about sexual stuff

  • TalysAlankil
    TalysAlankil 2 months ago

    Okay i'm finally watching this because I wanted to watch the movie first and I love this? Also this may be your best post-credit skit ever

  • Sara Ahmed
    Sara Ahmed 2 months ago

    its the yoshis island menu theme

  • Chanel Charlotte
    Chanel Charlotte 2 months ago

    So, I didn't know intellectual TheXvidrs exist? I'm very into your content. Thanks!

  • Scar
    Scar 2 months ago

    They didn't even deal with the whole poverty thing, like the book made a point that we created an entire new world and continued to have the exact same poverty crisis as in reality... the only reason that bothered me so much was because I found it so interesting, like wade's main goal was to keep corporate away from the oasis, and yet everything was so monetized already...
    It's hard to see the oasis as negative, and identify with Hallaway's goal to destroy it when the entire movie showed only the gorgeous aspects of if.
    Because wade started out as a wealthy character, with easy access to the oasis and a horrible life in reality, the true negative impact of the oasis isn't properly explored.
    Sorry for the potential bad grammar and spelling, as well as the extremely long rant, this has needed to get off of my chest for a while now

  • Elastichedgehog
    Elastichedgehog 2 months ago

    I think it's implied Halliday has Aspergers, at least in the book. Although I've not read it so I can't confirm personally.

  • Felipe ST
    Felipe ST 2 months ago

    "this isnt cinemasins" and thank god for that

  • Charles Rigmaiden
    Charles Rigmaiden 2 months ago

    I just saw this shit yesterday. Not feeling it. I did enjoy the Shining references though.

  • Scotty Schlueter
    Scotty Schlueter 2 months ago

    Like I know this was months ago but I'm just coming to it and now I want all of Jenny's videos to end with a chill Yoshi's Island bop.

  • Ayelis
    Ayelis 2 months ago

    I love that 'speedrun' description at the end. It reminds me of Slumdog Millionaire.

  • Daniel Magger
    Daniel Magger 2 months ago

    H- why wouldn't she use a distortion of her real voice but keep it female? True way to deceive:" dude, you think I'm a girl because of use this new voice app. Man, we're on the internet, I could be 40 year old african man named Chuck, look I really use it because I must hold up the honour of my favorite waifu _____." and that makes sense on the internet.

  • Pseudo_Nymph
    Pseudo_Nymph 3 months ago

    Did anyone read the Pendragon book series as kids? Because RPO seems like the premise of Pendragon book 4 (Reality Bug, I believe?) and Big Bang Theory had a terrible, shitty lovechild that was just crammed with as many "nerd" references and mary sue characters as possible.

  • MythicalPhoenix19
    MythicalPhoenix19 3 months ago

    nice cosplay lmao

  • Ruthlessnoodle
    Ruthlessnoodle 3 months ago

    I am in love with Jenny. If she voted for Trump she would be the perfect woman 😍

  • Bad Dragonite
    Bad Dragonite 3 months ago

    I love the Gundam

  • Bad Dragonite
    Bad Dragonite 3 months ago

    The furries are all busy yiffing

    • Daniel Magger
      Daniel Magger 2 months ago

      Omg yesss😂 it's only logical abandon society (oasis) when you mature and realize your fox's fifth gender/orientation.