Sandara and Chealin are the common stereotypes of the Asian Samurai and Ninja fighter in video games. Director Smith follows the book template only in a nutshell and prefers to play it safe rather than exhausting the emotional, sometimes shocking depths of the source material.
A welcome surprise is the character Peter Mccan, who is the only one who complies with the concept of a 2nd Life. The revelation of their true identity not only surprises main character Peter, but also the spectator. Unfortunately, Smith also moves so far away from the template that a crucial character feature is not mentioned.
Even Luke Owens can only partially convince in his subordinate role. This has to do primarily with the fact that he is only to recognize the end of the game.
Shinsuke Groford crowns absurdity: Contrary to the dual-authentication trend of 2018, the boss of Evil Corp Innovative Online Industries (IOI) writes the password of his VR kit right next to his rig , As it were, the PIN of the bank card directly stuck as a post on the back. Comprehensible for a billion dollar boss of an IT company is not that intelligent, much less.
Thus, the figures in total are less interesting, as the many cameos, side notes and running across the screen figures of pop culture. The references are too short and mostly subordinate to the main characters. Characters too flabbergasted to lift the movie beyond the threshold of an average movie experience.
Robux for Roblox is of course pure science fiction. A form of virtual reality and the opportunity to find friends online, but there are already. This makes it very easy for a young audience to find points of contact. So you might enjoy it if you can look away from a few mistakes here and there.