In a dystopian future, people spend most of their time in a virtual-reality world called the OASIS. After its creator (Mark Rylance) dies, he reveals he will leave his fortune to whomever can find a hidden Easter egg. Poor teen Wade Watts (Tye Sheridan) unlocks the first key to its location, making him a target for an evil corporation also seeking the prize. Olivia Cooke, Ben Mendelsohn, Letitia Wright, T.J. Miller, Simon Pegg, and Lena Waithe co-star. Directed by Steven Spielberg. Based on Ernest Cline's novel.~Kaitlin Elise Miller
Having not seen this movie in a theatre and being an ardent fan of Steven Spielberg, I was anxious for the blu-ray release of his latest film. I was not disappointed in the slightest. It is a seamless and well proportioned blend of live action and CG and the sound editing is flawless. The sound effects and Silvestri soundtrack were restrained as to not overpower the movie’s visuals and story telling, but richly layered to enhance the watching experience.
The steelbook version contains both 4K Ultra HD and blu-ray discs (stacked - I prefer that the discs are located on either side of the case - see photo). It also included digital copy (more on that later). I watched the 4K version and the visual quality is superb with English Dolby Atmos and English DTS HD Master along with a plethora of additional languages and descriptive audio for the hearing impaired. As is typical, special features (of which there are approx. 97 min.) are located on the blu-ray disk. There are no commentary tracks.
Upon registering the disc through Vudu, I was pleasantly surprised to find that the digital copy included the featurettes contained on the blu-ray disc. Vudu included (7) featurettes. In addition to the featurettes, Movies Anywhere and iTunes also included “Trivia” (20 still panels of misc. information) and a photo gallery. Amazon Prime does not include any extras.
Lastly, putting aside the high caliber of filmmaking and a captivating storyline (tip-of-the-hat to “Willy Wonka”) the numerous references to 1980’s arcade/video games, television, films and social cultural influences contained in the film will make this a movie that I will watch again and again. And without giving much away with a spoiler, the extended nod to Kubrick was simply put… extraordinary in it’s execution.
This review is from Ready Player One [SteelBook] [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray] [Only @ Best Buy] 
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Great 3D Blu-ray, just short on packaging
Ready Player One is a must to experience in 3D. It's too bad this wasn't offered in a 4k bundle or steelbook edition. The packaging could have been better for this edition. Pretty much a standard Blu-ray box, which is different from the box pictured on Best Buy (at least at the time of this writing). I have a 4k, but opted for the 3D edition because it is a better experience for me. Worth getting if you have a 3d display! Love the movie.
This review is from Ready Player One [3D] [Blu-ray] [Blu-ray/Blu-ray 3D] 
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
A SPIELBERG FILM OF THE OLD SCHOOL
Owned for 10 months when reviewed.
A fun look at virtual reality life while taking us back to everything that was awesome about 80's pop culture. A lot of fun. One movie with so many memories of why I fell in love with movies in the first place.
just like Tesla is changing the ways automobiles are made, Samsung is changing refrigerators.
-checking the inside of fridge to see if we need more milk is awesome.
-having ability to change freezer to fridge.
-the apps are great-weather, Pandora, recipes. Manynof the other ones I don’t think I’ll use.
-Great to be able to “personalize,” your fridge with family pictures.
-we can bribe the kids by saying,”you get to play with the fridge only if you help in the kitchen!:-)
What I don’t like:
-ice maker. Not enough!
I loved the fact that they used the Easter Egg plain. it is a little thing that is known only to those of us of older gaming world truly understand the meaning of the Easter eggs in games. Most of this newer generation needs that knowledge because finding them makes for a more enjoyable game play .