17 Burst results for "Ernest Cline"

"ernest cline" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"ernest cline" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Of boss man's sixtynine in the time that we're in right now which is twenty eight teen yes we see our parents do that and people see grandparents do things like that on a posted note by their computer but at twenty forty five the head of the worlds are just most inherited company where security is key and he's pretty savvy is that here's the thing that's a great point there's no way that twenty years from now people are going to do stupid things right i mean clearly right now nobody would do anything stupid right i mean you never read a story about the guys who tried to blow up the world trade center trying to return the truck that they rented for the deposit that would never happen right i mean you can't do that nor would someone do emails from their home personal computer or accused someone of doing that and then do that themselves yes or go to a lawyer and have only three clients and have one of them each on and i mean clearly clearly we are headed in a direction where the reality where that pass where it gets written down is never going to come to i am i am grateful for a future with dumb villains by the way i don't think that makes it here's the thing that he doesn't like the acc is not good at it his office is kind of he's not worried about people breaking into his account like that's not an issue for him and he's by the way earlier there were lines where he said andrew what the hell is my password and he said i put it i taped it right next year thing almost like a passive aggressive thing is assisted by the way i know plenty of people including some involved in the making this movie who have their passwords right now so our password for for the the when we were the wifi password the production office and leaves england was ernest cline.

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"ernest cline" Discussed on Pop Culture Palate

Pop Culture Palate

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"ernest cline" Discussed on Pop Culture Palate

"Stained bears barren team win the held it i ride that ride because i've been on it i don't know i'm thinking talking about expedition everest living together since right i wasn't right heard it here first course i'm right tell my wife hol mel her a telegram i'm not doing that in person let me do this real quick before we go into one of our topics tonight for you the listeners a pop culture pallet audible is offering a free audiobook download with a free thirty day trial to give you the up tune ity to check out their service so there was a little movie that just came out last weekend i think you can guess what it's called 'cause it was originally a book in then it was made into a movie but if you saw the movie and you still haven't read the book golder use our code to get ready player one by ernest cline narrated by will we will we tin and you can use our code at weiss audible trial dot com slash pcp radio again that's audible trial dot com slash pcp radio for free audio book and your thirty day free trial so stephanie you still have it seem ready player worn have you i have not now and you said you had no desire to watch ready player one i did say tilling i'm going to be personally attack no no no of course not i don't know i should've read the book when it first came out because it was like twilight which i still haven't read or seen the movies noone like knew about it it obviously just came out no one really had interest and then all of a sudden it blew up and i don't want to read it or see it because it's so mainstream and like all over the place that sounds really shitty but will eventually probably watch the movie i'm not in any hurry whatsoever to this.

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"ernest cline" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"ernest cline" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Amazing well congratulations on the film and thank you so much an his climbing thank you for having me cheese okay so that was ben travis talking to ernest cline now it is time for us to dig into ready player one x forty minutes or so let's start off with a general if the movie itself in you are this spielberg found endel spielberg funds i'd love to see you spielberg golf with quint formerly antiquated news eric fespaco they're all people may think presumably steven spielberg he gets his career you're better than ever correct this tv spielberg known he said something wrong and just gentlemen let go yes okay that's good that's good could never going into this i thought it was pretty fun he hasn't made a film pugh adventure film since what ten ten his loss one often it was it was just pretty entertaining ball's ferry also has other things assize well it's not just kind of two percents time on how'd you read the book i've read a couple of times yeah very much you're not alone in that it's it's not the best book in the world but one thing is is it's very morrish it has a what happens next quality to it you really want to know what happens next but some of the writing is so alta cat for i've heard i've read excerpts of the book i haven't read the book myself but i have read pages of people posted on twitter generally going can you believe this.

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"ernest cline" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"ernest cline" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Hallo paul i'm chris hewitt and welcome to the latest series of fairy special empire spoiler podcasts business dedicated to the latest film from steven spielberg empires legend of our lifetime directories that's some pretty decent success over the last five decades are so never talked colombo diddy yes okay we are of course talking about ready player one based on the best selling novel by ernest klein who co wrote the screenplay loma sock pen and you'll be hearing from ernest cline fernie very soon but take any through the next hour or so after that are too massive spielberg fans we have james dyer he was seen some finless by steven spielberg i have to it's true it's good good you're qualified yet angels established an enema n who has forgotten more about steven spielberg than most of us will ever know he wrote a book a cpa spielberg the incomplete spielberg available in all bargainbasement bins in charity shops needs the second volume been set of many spielberg films you've interviewed demand many many times you've lived in this house unbeknownst to him for a period of six to eight weeks we don't mention that it is a course infra hello how are you i'm very well thank you i think i've seen everything stevensville boca's provisioning directed seem like every coen brothers film things by the current brothers i haven't seen who spielberg i think i've seen everything my favorite is indiana jones and the raiders of jurassic park.

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"ernest cline" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"ernest cline" Discussed on Overdue

"Man there's so much other stuff and they'd like calling people calling other people gay is kind of an insult in this little bit of it yes always great and fun and cool and fun yeah there's there's stuff that is embedded in this kind of white male culture that is better left in the dust end obviously is still in this book i'm so yeah like before this little confrontation with iraq happens h and and wade are arguing about like old eighties movies here's a little bit the other countries in the chat room were now starting to form a small crowd around us to listen in our arguments were often high in entertainment value and what is happening as he is having this argument with iraq is that there's a crowd of people standing around applauding when wade makes a particularly great point about early knows a particular thing about some kind of old as video game okay and it's just kind of the is kind of the pets okay is there in iraq is defeated because he doesn't know enough about eighties culture and so he socks off into a corner and you never actually here from the character again i kept expecting him to come back in some way and he just never ever does like yeah like maybe at the end of the book like he would have joined so they're the people there clan basically it's called the sixers because all their user names are there i ally employees id's and those all start with six so they all get or sucks orders if you're.

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"ernest cline" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"ernest cline" Discussed on Overdue

"But it's but it's pretty well thought out and and obviously written by somebody who has a basic understanding of and like stake in the stuff i thought that was all really well done does dive into i know it's like a it's there's some elements of climate change apocalypse so i don't know if it's specific is there any like reference to the immense like energy consumption that such a network would require yes i mean there is a lot of you know now that fossil fuel is run out you know people are doing solar panels and people are doing all kinds of alternative energy things it's just it is it is not enough to to sustain the kind of life that was possible before okay sure and so in the real world what ends up happening is that any any people who live in a rural area are basically screwed like there is no there are no attempts to get power and internet out to just like one house somewhere in the middle of nowhere sure so what happens is around all of the major american cities like everybody everybody just flees to these cities to try and like to to find work or to find energy to find people and so around all these cities in the suburbs you get these things called the stacks which are giant piles basically of mobile homes like stacked one on top of the other okay it's a kind of like do you know in college when.

"ernest cline" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"ernest cline" Discussed on Overdue

"The fossil fuel has run out like we don't have sheep energy anymore politicians are unable or uninterested in solving any real problems okay and so what people do instead as they seek out this opiates that is this virtual utopia okay okay and so how does we've talked about nostalgia and specifically eighties nostalgia a lot in our preamble for the show can you give me a quick summary of how that relates to the link so we can go why that is what is a thing in the book in the first place so a what has happened is there's this sort of steve jobs in creator figure named halladay who was a prominent video game developer in the eighties nineties and his last huge work was this virtual reality landscape called the basis and it was it originally started as just a collection of virtual planets that people go to and they could they could get cool avatars and they could get cool spaceships he talks about how they licensed like as a roth and other like online okay we're olds to the into the away so that people could not affectively compete with the aces which i appreciate that the book thought about that enough to like bring it in but as absolutely not how or why you would have you'd have like an ubisoft races and that just had like madden ever in it it's interesting because if we don't have this now right in the real world the closest thing we have is like something like facebook that has become a weird uber platform in if you take like facebook plus plus a mos.

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"ernest cline" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"ernest cline" Discussed on Overdue

"Yeah well let's take a quick break we'll fast travel to the ad break andrew and then we'll dive into the book let's let's put it in another coin and continue this podcast had some experiences with bad websites yeah right i have i've been i'm working on a race that requires like posting a bunch of info about it on various running websites and many of them are using inferior platforms for their services so that i've also been looking at a lot of restaurant websites like restaurant websites also are bad yeah there needs there there's gotta vio bet or ways gotta be a better way is that way squarespace andrew yet yeah that yet is figured it out squarespace is also supporter of our show so we're going to tell you the listener about it i didn't even i didn't even know you're such a jerk surprise squarespace can help you create a beautiful website to turn your cool idea into a new website whoops can help you showcase your work blog or published content or sell products and services all kinds they do this by giving you templates created by world class designers they give you ecommerce templates they're beautiful excuse me they're beautiful templates and everything's optimized for mobile right out of the box they've got analytics to help you know what's working and help you grow all the hosting is free and secure and they've got twenty four seven a war winning customer support we use squarespace for our our podcast website we've used it for personal websites in the past we are pretty please with their product so if you see a website that could be a better website or you have a website that needs to be a better website goes grassbased dot com for a free trial and when you're ready to launch us the offer code overdue to save ten percent off your first purchase of a website or domain.

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"ernest cline" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"ernest cline" Discussed on Overdue

"His first film that was made was fam boys in two thousand nine and was actually inspire one his mom passed away and he this is from an interview of renewed sense of mortality caused him to go through a bit of a crisis dominated of course by thoughts of star wars kline asked himself glorious what if i knew that i was dying and wasn't able to see this movie that i was waiting by entire life to see and fan boys is about what else andrew but guy who's going to die and him and his friends try to get him to see episode one before it releases how long ago is this movie like released i think it was released two thousand nine in ten years after episode one came l he'd been making it for a long time i guess i've that i don't get it i don't get it they have to sneak into skywalker ranch they have to go to fight some trekkies ability williams as their carrie fisher's there william shatner's there and i think george lucas i don't know if you've voices the character that is george lucas in the film but he's also in it and to get into skywalker ranch they have to prove that they are indeed families or so that gets into everything ready player one is about which is about proving that you are a true fan yet the other whole book the whole arc of the book is just about are you a true fan are you really do you really know enough about the things that you like.

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"ernest cline" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"ernest cline" Discussed on Overdue

"'cause you don't like my opening sure no it's it's appropriate because it has a lot of references to gamer and geek culture and it makes me shake my head so it's it's a lot like my experience of reading ready player yeah i just wanted to see if i could be ernest climb for a second and importance of being ernest cline yeah is that he wants okay so let's talk about earth klein real real quick okay we talk about a book every week on the show one of us reads it and they talked to the other person about it and this weekend was going to tell me about ready player one which has recently turned into a film that was co written by ernest klein and steven spielberg and directed by spielberg i think i wanted i think spielberg got a writing credit on it i believe he did but so climb was born in ashland ohio nineteen seventy to bring that up because andrew i'm sure you know where ashland is because like everybody you know knows where everything is driven by signs that have ashland on them cocoa so he was working in like it in the mid nineties and doing some slam poetry performance in like from ninety seven to two thousand one in austin texas and when he later collected his plo his nerd slam poetry jams it was published as the importance of being earnest i didn't know that i was walking into that when i did it but here we are he slammed into it fifteen years ago he did win awards for it so i guess he was good at it you slamming yeah sure he also started writing screenplays around that time.

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"ernest cline" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"ernest cline" Discussed on The Filmcast

"Grids now they will have their lives control fines welcomes their bellion lead those from the trailer of ready player one the news film by director steven spielberg the plots from i am the when the creator of virtual reality world called via wastes dies he releases a video in which he challenges all aways users to find his easter egg which will give the finder his fortune your hardware you just saw this movie right you just can't it from the theater like fresh out of the hours ago you were there watching this movie so curious as you're as you're leaving the theater what was your impression of this film you know complicated i think i mostly had fun with this movie and that was to me because this was a film i was absolutely dreading i've talked about it here on the show i hate the book i think the book is like an example of everything wrong with geek culture right now but i was surprised that the movie like zak penn and ernest cline like together i client health much with this screenplay but zak penn you know his written i think what some of the x men movies and a couple of things but they've refashioned the story the book into something that's less obsessed with eighties pop culture and something that's obsessed with pop culture in general i think that was a big shift that just made it a lot more interesting as a film.

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"ernest cline" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

Overthinking It Podcast

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"ernest cline" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

"Welcome to over thinking it where we subject the popular culture to level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve the over thinkers they're like what we're like your clan we're all clammed up together as smart funny friends from the internet in search of the easter egg of meaning inside the labyrinth in may's that is a popular culture i'm matt rather i'm here with my good friends pete fenzl hello matt and merkley hey matthew we're talking about ready player one the book and the movie the ernest cline book and the steven spielberg film that they made about this so spoiler alert for spoiler alert for both of those incarnations of this pop culture property though before you go if you're going to pause this podcast and not listen to it now i just want to say that finally finally the internet has done something for socially awkward white man children it's about frigging time i know although spoil alerts for the nineteen s not really it doesn't depict a lot of what happened in the nineteen not not at all really so there are a couple of good soundtrack moments you know that are that are nice but and and allusions to film scores of the nineteen eighties that we're all that we're all pretty fun i mean it would have been almost two meta if if john williams had written the score right like i think alan silvestri wrote the score to this and you know i'm glad because we would have had orchestras section and that would not have been good for anyone in the theater there's so many angles to go at this ad and i just i just i want to say at the outset if you are religious about ready player one on either end of the spectrum if you hell hold like a highly polarized faithbased view of this pop culture property we're probably going to piss you off a little bit in this in this podcast and that's okay unleash unleash your rail gun of of knowledge on us in the comments you can go to overthinking dot com slash ot ip five zero nine that's over thinking it podcast five oh nine.

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"ernest cline" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"ernest cline" Discussed on 790 KABC

"You know he did you know minority report and then catch me if you can now ready player one is based on the two thousand one bestseller rating by ernest cline this this book was loaded pop culture references many of those references were to steven spielberg's own movies which made him a shooin to direct the feature version of this movie it's almost like the author was basically begging you please the wreck my well it must be a good book because he's not going to take on crap and ready player one that's when you are in a playing video game right like ready player one like i understand the title i i'm like ready player one that's weird i'm not a gearbox person i'm not a get whatever they call video nerd so i didn't understand the title so it's is it about playing video like is it about takes place there twenty forty five when there's so much overpopulation and you know the infrastructure is crumbling at the same time the technology has advanced so you got a little bit of that sort of like blade runner feel to it in terms of like it's it's a little bleak and just copy and but it's also a the technology it's fantastic now people escape from reality in virtual reality you know playing video games like real life video games where they can pretend to be someone else in escape from reality which you know not not a bad thing to do these days by you know as far as a special effects driven spectacle the movie is a lot of fun the special effects are fantastic it it feels like a ride but the story and i read the book and i still felt like the story was a little confusing because the book is very layered and so is the movie the movie tries so hard to catch her everything from the book that feels pretty dense a little too complex than it should be a movie like this and there are so many pop culture moments and references in the film like a ton of them that they become overwhelming and you're you're too busy trying to spot it like sort of like easter eggs and everything that you you you care less about the story which isn't all that great to begin with and i it sounds like.

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"ernest cline" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"ernest cline" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"This is a pm hey surprise it's me molly earlier this week you remember we talked to ernest klein the author of the book ready player one and screenwriter on the movie that comes out this weekend there was a little part we left out because it's a tiny bit of a spoiler about a really great scene in the movie so if you haven't seen it yet and you don't wanna know stop listening now but if you do want to know it is a fun exchange about sort of a key change in one of the challenges here's me and ernest cline think of this as your own little ready player one easter egg you know they're obviously are a lot of changes in the movie compared to the book the challenges are all different and even the big movie scene changed from featuring wargames two featuring the shining did you just want to try something new could you not get the rights to war games like why shining well you know there are a lot of things in the book that will work in a novel things that will work in a novel that won't work in film because they're different mediums with completely different strengths and weaknesses and you can have somebody stand that an old pacman game for a couple of hours trying to play a perfect game in a novel but movie i think it would stop that dead so we ended up reimagining a lot of the challenges to make them more cinematic and you know we had talked about going into one of the movies mentioned in the book with blade runner and though even though warner brothers on that and you know steven was friends with release god and had been on the set of plate runner it's still there were legal problems that just made it impossible to to do blade runner and we talked about money python and war games you know but what we settled upon us we wanted a film like break bladerunner that had like a unique visual style that would be familiar to you know pretty much anyone who had ever watched movies because once the characters go into that film we wanted to you know everyone to have this feeling of going into a familiar place and so we made a list of other eighties movies that we thought kind of fit that criteria but once stephen saw the shining he had an instant.

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"ernest cline" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"ernest cline" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"The other thing that went went out is that there's a danger to inundating saturating the screen with as much geek culture as is happening here because while key culture is resonates with people in a in a deep way to the subset of people that does it's vast which means that not everything i see on screen is going to end on me the way it landed on somebody you know three seats down so there's a big moment toward the end not gonna spoil it but like we're waiting for one of the characters to show up and when he does show up over there six seats behind me somebody went and i had no idea what i was looking at none me i had no looking at that's a danger this thing is is not going to automatically enter you now you'll be able to go back and freeze frame and there will be an objective obsessive categorization of every moment every frame but it's not here yet it's a really interesting dangerous though because there's a gig social fallacy that essentially if you love the culture i love you are a good person like we we must be friends because we like the same things and this movie is all about laying out all of these references and packing them in there's a long segment in the middle which i'm also not going to spoil but which hit perfectly home for me because it involves the characters just kind of moving into and living in for a little while something that i know very well and enjoy and it's something that really wasn't referenced in the book so it felt fresh to me it was unexpected the audience i saw this movie with loved every second of it if you haven't seen the movie in question it's probably a what seven to ten minutes of references that you're not gonna get and signifier you're not going to care about but i feel like in our clients world if you don't get the joke if you don't get the reference it's because you're really you're not necessarily a good person ernest cline like person i don't know because i i watched this movie i brought my fourteen year old daughter to the screening and she had not seen the piece of work that you are referencing tasha we're not giving it away.

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"ernest cline" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"ernest cline" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Was so caught up with how it would look that i realize when they put the adventure into action it looked great it just was so short by comparison it seemed easy at in the book it's impossible arguing you can't possibly win this thing and they didn't that didn't come across in the movie at all right so there was my there's my if there's a bitch that's my bitch you know i'm with you i liked the movie i thought that it was fantastic name the movie player one so i will say as of standalone movie i liked it what i don't what i don't even know if i don't like this about it it is so unbelievably different from the book many might as well just be a total standalone movie like none of the contest works the same way they've already some random gunter found a found a portal that gets them to this game that they're all already playing there's just so little i'm with you the arc is all about this guy finding out about you know his hero dies i think he's like like eleven the dude actually dies and then he's like a senior in high school when finally the game starts getting underway like there's years go by before somebody figures i don't want to say too much but i i actually appreciate that it's so different it made me want to go back and read the book again and i hope that people won't think that that that the movies anything like the book and that they'll now go well i should read the book there's a whole sequence in there and we were talking about this the other day like and i'm not really giving anything way but there's a there's a stephen king the shining sequence in the in the movie and we were talking and i i feel like maybe there was a reference to the shining in the book but if there was it was in passing not as detailed nine even with that's where this movie and execution had a major pro whom in is the one i think whom you were the one that saw ernest cline to earn.

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"ernest cline" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"ernest cline" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"Story about people within a futuristic video game world fighting for control of game out in the real world with all the money and power that comes along with it ready player one in tron have very different ideas of what gaming in the future look like but both of them pit visionary programmers against scheming businessman with an entire hidden world as the stakes they have a lot more in common as well and we'll get into that under next up soad's trunk drunk drunk very excited about oh my gosh i was also like ernest cline child of the eighties in tron factored in reich heathy lutron film i've only seen one saw it as a kid and have not been back to it sunt so the bengals it's something you're bruni spoiling the next episode all right well stop there in the meantime we'd love to hear your feedback on this week's discussion of diabetic thoroughbreds anything else for me to talk about we want to include your thoughts on future episodes of the show you can leave a short voicemail at seven seven three two three four nine seven three zero or email us at comments next picture show dot net we may post your response on facebook discussion or read it on a future episode of the show finally before closing out this week's episode where we find everyone these days keith uproxx dot com editorial retro film and television you can find me on twitter at k v three thousand genevieve you can find my work at the culture section at vox dot com and i'm on twitter at genevieve kofsky and you can find me on twitter at scott underscore tobias even from work at the new york times washington post vulture of verge handed hetero view run in tasha robinson's the verge of.

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