Film Theory: Ready Player One's True THREAT! (SPOILER FREE)

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, March 27, 2018
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    Ready Player One's The Oasis is virtual reality at it's most advanced state. Yet the real danger lies outside The Oasis - IN REALITY! Right in your very own home. Literally. The Stacks are the deadliest part of the Ready Player One world and I'm about to tell YOU why!

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  • Mason M.  (Mar 27, 2018))

    So... The odds are Stacked against him?...i’m sorry

  • Memelord 69420  (Mar 9, 2019))

    The odd will forever be in the memes favor

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  • Kate Concepcion  (Aug 2, 2018))

    So, the problem is basically just a giant game of deadly Jenga?

  • amir ghanem  (Jan 2, 2019))

    Deadly jenga … but with KNIIIVES. And Matpat

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  • TopherV  (Jul 19, 2018))

    They both ruin everyone's child hood with youtube videos, oooooh wait, that's just Mat Pat

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  • UmbreonicDragon  (Aug 5, 2018))

    Thanos would be cheaper

  • Tiago gaming  (Feb 13, 2019))

    +igar i guess i believe he meant halving the population would help

  • igar i guess  (Feb 8, 2019))

    just putting "thanos" into anything doesn't make it funny

  • Amaya Herrera  (Aug 19, 2018))

    ummm actually the world is running out of sand, its the 3rd most used resource on the planet (after air and water) and we use a estimated 50 billion tons of sand per year, and due to wind erosion causing sand grains to be too round for most purposes we can't use sand from deserts. The sand we use comes from the battens of lakes, rivers, and oceans through ships with giant suction tubes that collect the sand. when you remove to much sand from a Bodie of water the cost will start to slide inland to even ...

  • FilthyCasual  (2 days ago))

    Remember this is about sand

  • ThatOneCommenter  (3 days ago))

    +Zalixx Dude, it takes about $10,000 to get a pound of something into orbit, going to mars to bring back a little tiny bit of usable sand for concrete would be a waste of time and money, a future exactly like Ready Player One, Is physically impossible to create, even with technology from 2045. The only way a Future like that "could" exist is if the laws of physics were to suddenly change to make it possible, and even then it would cause the entire universe as we know it, to fall apart, "

  • MIPS  (Mar 28, 2018))

    I just realized MatPat explains structural systems better than some of my architecture teachers...

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    *I will subscribe to all who subscribe to me!! (i have 20k subs)*

  • The Fallen Bansko  (Sep 9, 2018))

    "we wont run out of sand in the next 25 years" actually we r, Sand that is used to make concrete is actually hard to get, so hard to get that people in India dig out rivers to sell it, Illegally.

  • mano 606  (Jul 8, 2018))

    This film was nothing like the book

  • Manuel Dope22  (Mar 17, 2019))

    The book was f'ckn awesome!!! I'm glad I ordered it in jail. I couldn't wait for the movie to come out afterwards. Even though I knew it would be different like all other books to movies.📕📖👍

  • By the words of CinemaSins, THE BOOKS DONT MATTER

  • Dun let me be gøne  (Feb 9, 2019))

    I stopped reading the book 3 months ago & just this morning picked it up again. A few hours later this is recommended.They are definitely watching.

  • Mr Strangulation  (Dec 21, 2018))

    I live in Lebanon Ohio and u know what he said about the foundation cracking well u should see my drive way