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The best polo shirts — 14 tested
Polo shirts are possibly the most ubiquitous clothing item of the 21st century, undergoing a long journey from aspirational 1930s sportswear to becoming the default smart-casual option for millions of men. We’ve researched and tested 14 of the best polo shirts and think that the best polo is the Sunspel Riviera with its great fit, unique fabric and strong range of over twenty colours. If you’re looking for an elevated take on the polo then the John Smedley Adrian Polo is incredibly soft and will smarten up your wardrobe. Finally, if you’re on a budget the H&M Cotton Polo Shirt is a good quality take on the classic item at an affordable price point. The original garment as we know it was based on a design worn by French tennis star René Lacoste aka “the Crocodile” in the 1930s as a practical, flexible, comfortable sports shirt. Unfortunately, from the 1980s onwards, creeping “casual Friday” dress codes made the polo shirt with badly fitting chinos an American business-standard. Later, it was the uniform of golfers and delivery drivers, security guards, and coffee chain staff not to mention the sometime uniform of the American far-right, in almost a parody of conformity. What saves the polo shirt from fashion irrelevance is its potential for reinvention. Its been reclaimed by subcultures ranging from punks to skinheads and mods. As the tie disappears and the suit becomes increasingly relaxed, the polo shirt has become a place to experiment with shirting alternatives and continues its long tradition of reinvention, molding itself to the zeitgeist. For our review we tried to cover this range, from semi-activewear to knit-fabric classics to find the best polo shirt overall, looking as always at specialists who’ve produced these styles year after year in an attempt to find an ideal.
Sunspel Riviera Polo With a smart fit, retro-inspired basket weave fabric, and a huge range of tasteful colours, the Riviera is on its way to becoming a contemporary classic. $105
The Riveria was introduced by Sunspel in 2006 after a design by Linda Hemmings for the James Bond film Casino Royale. The Riviera became something of an instant classic for a brand which up until then had been known largely for its undergarments. The references here (as the name suggests) are much more Talented Mr.Ripley than contemporary sportswear but it doesn’t feel like a period piece either. There has been some clever thought put into taking the best of that golden era and updating it. The fabric has a looser, wider weave than most piqué polos, and a nice spongy texture with none of the coarseness that some piqué can have. After researching I found that the brand created the fabric with a vintage lace making machine in Sunspel’s HQ in Nottingham, and none of the competition I tried have a similar quality. The fit is trim but not overly slim. The sleeves fall flatteringly halfway down the bicep, the length is standard and it has the classic split tail. The sleeves didn’t pull up into my armpits and I still had movement through the body. The collar is a fairly small point collar that sits well when buttoned up but also folds down easily into a camp collar shape when undone which allowed it to be worn cleanly both ways. The buttons are a discreet tonal plastic and the placket is a simple 2‑button design. I’m a fan of the pocket design though in a practical sense it’s not good for much and makes the shirt much more of a casual style. Colours are another area where Sunspel gets it just right. They always have a strong seasonal palette which this year covers 20 options including a deep chocolate brown (seen above) an intense Yves Klein blue and a great brick red. Compared to their competitor’s depressingly basic ranges of pastels and neons, this quiet tastefulness is refreshing and it means that season to season it will be easy to update your wardrobe with some new additions. Through washing and wearing over a number of weeks, I noticed no noticeable shrinkage or discolouring and the fabric kept its softness (which wasn’t always the case, especially if a garment has been chemically softened). I also kept an eye out for loose threads and buttons but found no faults. Which brings us to the final question of value. Polo shirts are an interesting category in this sense as they are so tied up to a certain idea of aspirational dressing — and priced accordingly. Our testing found that the general quality and feel of a £10 polo from H&M didn’t massively improve when compared to its £80 Lacoste equivalent. But that’s to ignore the fact that you are paying for what that £80 polo says about you, what it represents in our culture, and the semiotics of that logo — a francophile or a football causal, a preppy or a punk. That said, if you’re like me and the branded polos aren’t your niche but you want something that feels premium, then, for the cost, you will have a beautifully fabricated, European-made polo shirt of notably better quality than its competitors in the same price bracket and that’s enough for us to award it the top spot.
The downsides for the Riviera really come down to preference. I could imagine if you want a more classic fitting polo you may find it too slim or if you want one without a pocket that could turn you off. But as for the construction of the shirt itself or its fabric I couldn’t find any faults. Even the plastic buttons which might in other brands seem like a cost-saving measure feels more like a thoughtful design choice. It’s also more sportswear-adjacent than actual sportswear, but that feels like a quibble and true of any of the major polo brands at this point.
John Smedley Adrian Polo Made from incredibly soft sea island cotton, this knitted polo is perfect if you want a softer, more formal style of polo. $298
The Adrian Polo from John Smedley comes a close second to the Sunspel Riviera. The main attraction is the sea island cotton fabric which is incredibly soft with the best hand feel of any polo I reviewed. The placket length and knitted collar means it feels much more like the elegant mid-century polo shirt than something that would be mistaken for a 21st-century corporate uniform, albeit with some nice updates that make it feel more contemporary than other knitted polos. Smedley is to fine knitwear what Burberry is to trench coats, or John Lobb is to shoes and considered to be the best in the world in the category (it’s where the Queen gets her knitwear). The Adrian genuinely felt like a luxury. Everything from the feel of the fabric to the way it fitted just right with substantial ribbing on the waist and sleeves (near the bottom of the bicep) with just the right amount of tension spoke to the care and attention that had gone into making it. It’s also versatile, working just as well under the lapels of my suit when I got married a few weeks ago as it did in our 35 degree London heatwave when worn with a pair of shorts although, it is a bit too formal to work with tracksuit bottoms. Out of all the styles I reviewed it felt much more like a smart option. What the Adrian definitely isn’t on the other hand is a piece of grab-and-go sportswear that can be washed and thrown on like a t‑shirt or folded up at the bottom of your bag for destination holiday. I found myself hand-washing the delicate fabric to avoid rips and the collar, though it stands well, needs shaping with an iron after washing. Like a lot of luxury items, it’s delicate and requires a bit more care and attention than most and at £145 it’s not quite affordable enough to be a staple. That’s not saying it’s bad value necessarily, you can see the care and attention that was put into it and it’s UK manufactured but it’s probably not what most people are looking for when it comes to an everyday polo shirt, and those not quite the all-rounder that could hold the top spot. If you’re more likely to wear smart trousers than jeans and prefer a knit jumper to a hoodie then this is the polo for you.
H&M Cotton Polo Shirt A great price paired with good fabrication and quality, the H&M polo offers the best value for money with their straightforward take on the classic polo shirt. $12.99
If you’re unconcerned with logos and just want a classic polo shirt as a wardrobe staple you could do a lot worse than the H&M Cotton Polo Shirt. The piqué is soft and drapes well, the fit is classic, and straight (though as is often the case with H&M group, a bit long for me). In a blind test, I’m not sure I could tell the difference easily between this polo and the Lacoste L.12 which it’s clearly based it’s detailing on. And at £9.99 it’s extremely good value. Ethical clothing site Good on You’s review gives the brand an “It’s a start” rating for it’s environmental and ethical credentials noting that it’s environmental record is consistently improving while some issues with it’s supply chain labor remain.
What to look for
Range of colours: More than most sportswear, polo shirts are about colour, and we wanted our staple pick to have a good range of quality seasonal colours. Flexibility: We wanted a Polo that looked good with a range of clothing from the formal to the ultra-casual (a pair of shorts or sweats) Fabric: Has to work well in the heat, for most people a polo is a summer item and anything too heavy or coarse wasn’t going to cut it for us, we tried a range of synthetics and cottons of different qualities. Fit: Piqué and knitted cotton are unforgiving fabrics so having a good fit is key to making a polo shirt work. Collar: Does it stand up well, does it look okay when unbuttoned? is it easy to fold down or does it look sloppy. Length: Long enough to wear tucked in but not long enough to look sloppy on its own. Sleeves: We wanted the sleeve length to flatter the bicep but not ride up too high into the armpits, we also wanted easy movement as you’d expect from sportswear. Easy Care: The best polos, like all good sportswear, should be easy to wash and care for. Aesthetics: We wanted a polo that was more than a billboard for logo’s or an anonymous boxy t‑shirt alternative, the best would have a strong aesthetic quality.
The Fred Perry M12 & M3's are the most solidly constructed of all the branded polos I tried, and I was particularly keen on the thick ribbing on the sleeves and collar and the wide, reinforced placket. The collar had a slightly wider spread than most and which I found more flattering. The fit is trimmer than Lacoste and the hem is square so overall it has a neater, less sporty look. It's also nice that it's been continuously made in the UK since its introduction in the 1950s. The M12's aesthetic with its twin tips on the collar and sleeves have deep roots in the mod, Britpop, punk and skinhead subcultures in the UK and it can be a bit overpowering if you're looking for something more casual, but I love the simplicity of the M3's laurel crest and it has the same fit. Our favourite if you're looking for a logo. We ordered from Lacoste as they're the originators of the style. The Lacoste L.12.12 is their staple and comes in a huge range of colours. It's hard to judge it fairly as it seems to be the most duped of all polo styles—the Ralph Lauren polo is said to be a copy of their pre-60s model after the designer was disappointed with the synthetic blend polos they produced in the 70s. It has a straight fit, flattering sleeve and fairly flat collar. The fabric is softer than most piques and the split tail is nice but there is nothing particularly stand out, though the mother of pearl buttons are a nice touch. In terms of transparency, they were probably the most disappointing of the branded styles as there was absolutely no place of origin for manufacture, not even a "made in" on their label (though I believe they are produced in Peru). The Lacoste Paris Polo Shirt is their more contemporary update to the classic style and it features a slightly smaller collar, a bit of elastane in the fabric (6%) and a longer, narrower hidden placket and tonal crocodile patch. It's an interesting update, but if you're going for something so subtle I'm not sure why you wouldn't go for something completely unbranded. The Ralph Lauren Classic Fit Mesh Polo Shirt was an interesting variant. Its piqué was solid and soft feeling, It had a really thick placket and nice mother of pearl buttons, but it was largely indistinguishable from the Lacoste L.12 and its dupe status makes sense. It has a slightly lower stepped hem and a surpassingly slim fit for a "classic" style. It comes in a huge range of colours (some pretty dubious) and is the most expensive of the branded options we tried, coming in at £85. It's also shorter than most of the polos we tried so could be a good option for smaller guys. Kent Wang is one of menswear's best-kept secrets and we're a big fan of the Kent Want polo shirt. It splits the difference nicely between the more casual sportswear elements and smarter styles like the Adrian with thick quality pique, mother of pearl buttons and a high spread collar designed to look good under a suit jacket or jumper. If you want something with the formality of the Smedley and the easy-care of a classic polo then this is probably your best option and it has some of the most tasteful colours of any brand we reviewed (as well as a wide range of long sleeve options). It should be noted that the fit is quite slim and it's worth sizing up. The Uniqlo Airism Jersey Polo is sleek and technical without seeming dorky. It kept me from sticking to the sofa when the heat in London got to a high of 35°C (95°F). It would be the ideal choice for a warm-weather tech enthusiast and looked pretty cool and sleek worn with my black running shorts. The other Uniqlo style I tried was the Uniqlo DRY PIQUE polo, which I was less of a fan of. It was fine but not particularly interesting fit wise and has a slightly coarse plastic-y feel to the fabric. I tried ASKET's Pique Polo and while it has the brands great fit range (you can choose the length from small to large) was a disappointment overall. The piqué was soft and mercerized but also the most transparent of all the ones we tested which meant nipples showed through. The collar was strangely floppy and unstructured so looked messy when buttoned up but also had trouble sitting flat when opened and the placket looked visually off centre. As usual with the brand, the environmental and social tracing is excellent and I hope they can perfect the style. Finally, I also gave the H&M COOLMAX Polo a try and while I might appreciate it if I lived in a much warmer country, the texture just suffered in comparison to the pure cotton pique of their standard polo. This is a new guide from Typical Contents, the “wirecutter for clothes”. It’s by the team behind Epochs, a now defunct menswear blog. *We’re reviewing categories of clothing in hopes of finding the best item(s) in that category. All items tested in this guide were purchased with our own money. This post does not contain affiliate links. Check out our previous guides on boxer briefs, plain t-shirts, low top canvas trainers, and summer socks.
I have been living in the Seattle area since 1979. Having said that, your first rule of thumb when living in Seattle is to lie about how long you have lived here. There you are - you're established. Now you need some obscure lingo to drive the point home that you are a native. Here's some buzz words and names: Duwamish, The Wheedle on the Needle, Wayne Cody, Downtown Freddie Brown, etc. You can find a plethora of lost Seattle names, terms, etc. at any Lynnwood Garage Sale. Terms to avoid: Dick's, Beth's, Olympia or Rainier beer, and any espresso company. These are dead give aways that you are trying too hard. Stick with the old lumber - like Jafco, Payless, and Wigwam. Example: I moved here in 1982. I can remember seeing Wayne Cody in Payless buying adult diapers and a case of beer. Once you craft a good story you can avoid the abuse of "native" Seattlites. There's like five. Moving right along, you'll want to familiarize yourself with the Puget Sound area. Looks like it's Olympia to Everettish and Bremertonish to Redmondish. That's a big area. We don't really have the time to go town to town, but we'll hit the bigger areas. Olympia: this is a great place to stop and get breakfast on your way home from Ocean Shores or Oregon. This is the only reason to go to Olympia. Oh, and a liberal arts college. Those are the two things Olympia is good for. Oh, and being in a girl band. Apparently there's some governmental apparatus down there, but I didn't finish the brochure in the Denny's. Between Olympia and Tacoma: This is the area where there is nothing. Back in the 1800s, people built Olympia and then said "the hell with building any more liberal arts colleges" and moved North skipping most of the swamps and the bogs on the way until they got bored and built one of the biggest military bases in the country. So, you can just shut your eyes from Olympia to Tacoma. You won't miss anything. Tacoma: BUZZ WORD ALERT: Tacoma aroma. This will get you mad street cred as well. A hub of (another buzz word) PULP AND PAPER, Tacoma boasts a smell somewhere between that patch of 405 near Renton and that weird hops and coffee smell near the old Rainier building. They also have a glass museum that one guy opened....has a patch, smells like Tacoma, beats kittens....that one guy. Fife: Imagine Blade Runner with no technology - just dilapidated warehouses and smoke. Add meth users and casinos. Federal Way: Home of the Green River Killer. Federal Way boasts a mall, the ruins of Weyerhaeuser, and a ton of small lakes. BUZZ WORD: PJ Pockets: a pool hall you could really get shot in. Auburn: Auburn is Seattle's answer to Mama's Family. Let's say you love the rural south, but pine for Native American culture: look no further than Auburn. INSIDER TIP: Cheap entertainment can be had by going to the burn pit at the firework stand on the reservation. It's like a new installment of Jackass. Kent: Kent has been the whipping boy for South Seattle for many years. Sure there's more AA meetings than people and sure even the Mormons in Kent are on meth, but make no mistake...I forgot what I was going to say. BUZZWORD: Caveman BBQ. Renton: Imagine a Vape store. Now imagine people living in that Vape store. Then put a small shopping center in there and a pro sports team's training facility. Now imagine everyone is shoplifting. That's Renton. Sea Tac: The only reason to go to Sea Tac is 13 Coins. The food has gone down hill a bit, but the ambiance is still there. Oh, wait. The airport is in Sea Tac. TIP: They have rejuvenation rooms in the C terminal to get the smell of Sea Tac off of you before you leave. Also, Sea Tac boasts 20 hand job parlors for every man in Auburn. Algona: Only exists on maps. Right under the dragon and the legend. Pacific: The closest body of water to "Pacific" is the 32 ounce coke you can buy at the Arco. Sumner: My buddy's dad had a Chinese restaurant out here. That's all I know about Sumner. Des Moines: Close your eyes, hold your nose and run as fast as you can to Redondo. Covington: Once you go Covington you never go back: Covington boasts the epicenter of casual dining (Red Robin, etc.) and complications from diabetes and heart disease will leave you stationary. Maple Valley: This is a swell place to raise a family...with the other 23 million people raising families in this area. Honestly, this town would make a chicken farm blush. I had a friend who lived here and his porch was his neighbor's bedroom. Kennydale: You know that place where you can stand in four or five states at the same time? Well, you can stand in 20 tax brackets in Kennydale. Factoria: Goldberg's is good. There's a DMV. You can also see hookers in their natural environment at Nordstrom Rack. Issaquah: Issaquah is Seattle's playground. You get the same pretentiousness coupled with an REI, a trail network, a lake, and GASTROPUBS! GASTROPUBS! GASTROPUBS! TRIVIA: Ted Bundy killed a bunch of people here. Newcastle: For one reason or another I know that New Castle has the largest population of South Africans. Hey, remember that Lethal Weapon with the bad guy South Africans? Um...oh, I know! One of the best views is at Newcastle golf course. You can see all the way to Seattle. First best? Top of Issaquah Highlands. I should have mentioned that in the Issaquah part. Anyway, that was an awesome Lethal Weapon. Redmond: Home of Microsoft and three months of The Steve Miller Band playing at Marymoor. There's also a Wholefoods. Woodinville: One big D.U.I. Bellevue: There's a mall. Mercer Island: Rich people and (BUZZWORD) ROANOKE INN. I think Steve Jobs lived here. Oh, wait. No, it's Paul Allen. Or is it? Seattle: There's a space needle. Kirkland: Um... Everett: Exactly like Fife if everyone in Fife thought it was 1982 and had never left the city to find out otherwise. Bothel: also goes by the name Burien. Those are some of Puget Sound's hot spots. But how can you live in this area? First! Have money. The average studio apartment in Seattle runs one coca a month. That's the net worth of one cocaine plantation. As you move South and North the price goes down, but East and West you'll be dealing with much the same market. Bring a tent! It's no secret that you can live for free in Seattle with the use of a tent. Just pitch your tent wherever and BUILD BUILD BUILD! That's one thing Amazon and the homeless have in common! Know the language: I've supplied you with a few buzz words to get you by, but only you can sell it. I recommend watching Alice in Chains or Nirvana Unplugged and edit out the music. That nasal drip voice speaks volumes when you use it to order tea or heroin at your favorite coffee shop. The Locks. I don't remember what The Locks are, I don't know what they do, and I don't want to know. However, once you tell out of towners to visit them and hear about how boring they are, you are officially a Seattlite. The Space Needle: 20 dollars for THIS? Five Point: Trendy? Probably. Worth it? Most definitely. The Monorail: How long does it take to get from the Space Needle to WE'RE HERE Westlake on the monorail? EMP: Oompa Loompa Ooompala Dee see Paul Allen's garage for a nominal fee! The Flight Museum: This is the best museum ever. I can't tell you how amazing this...I've never been there. Eddie Vedder: Lives in West Seattle. He's out playing drums in front of Duke's on Tuesdays. Kurt Cobain: Check out his old house and exchange totally embarrassed looks with other 40 year olds that still live with their parents. Jimmy Hendrix: You have to go to Renton. See RENTON. Politics: if you can hold it in your hand it can be composted. Well, that's a rough guide for the novice. Thanks and Keep Clam! P.S. You can buy pot!
I will attempt to name every Ready Player One Easter Egg Reference Cameo and details. Will be updated and feel free to help out in the comments.
Disclaimer:I am getting these time stamps off ITunes -At 0:00:48-Van Halen’s 1984 song Jump begins to play in the introduction to The “Stacks”. At 0:1:18-A BLACK ALIEN INVADER STICKER FROM SPACE INVADERS IS ON WADE’S BACKPACK At 0:01:44 one of the residents of “The Stacks” is receiving a delivery from a Pizza Hut drone. At 0:02:13-Mrs. Gilmore is wearing a shirt featuring The Police album Synchronicity At 0:02:45 Two Garbage Pail Kids stickers are visible on the wall one I can make out one which is Bony Tony Also 0:02:45-A Garfield sticker is also on the van’s wall At 0:02:46-Hanging from the wall is a damaged IPod Classic At 0:02:47-Wade retrieves his OASIS retinal scanner off a a Commodore 64 joystick. Also at 0:02:46-A 1980’s Batman sticker is stuck to the wall where Wade’s retinal scanner is. At 0:02:47-a Nintendo NES Zapper is taped to the wall of the van. Also at 0:02:47- a 1972-Doritos packet is tucked behind a drawer in the van. Also at 0:02:47-a sticker of the pyramid from Q*Bert is stuck to a shelf in Wade’s Van. At 0:02:57-Wade sets his glasses on a 1982 Masters Of The Universe lunchbox. A Masters Of The Universe Thermos is further along the drawer. Also at 0:02:57-A POP ROCKS! Blue Razz packet is also lying upon the MOTU lunchbox. At 0:02:57-beside the lunchbox is a 1980’s Coke can Also at 0:02:57 A Carl’s Jr. fries packet is lying beside the lunchbox At 0:03:16-Wade pulls his OASIS visor out of a 1981 Defenders T-Shirt. At 0:03:18-A 1982 JOUST sticker is placed on the visor Also at 0:03:18-A Space Invaders logo decal is on the visor Also at 0:03:18-A Mattel Scratch N’ Sniff sticker is next to the Space Invaders sticker At 0:03:24-A 1980’s Batman Symbol sticker is visible on the visor At 0:03:40-we enter the OASIS to visit Minecraft World nice attention to detail with the blocks forming and creeper-face logo. At 0:03:42-In Minecraft World a village below features Steve Alex and Minecraft pigs and sheep avatars (maybe NPCs?) At 0:03:47-on the sports world a golf player does the Gilmore swing from Adam Sandler’s Happy Gilmore. At 0:03:55-In a Sports World mini-game named Hurricane Hang-Gliding a small house flies through the wreckage referencing the Gale House from The Wizard Of Oz (well in the 1939 movie it was a Tornado but still a reference) At 0:04:04-a group of OASIS sector portals are seen-some of these include Minecraft World and LUDUS school districts from the book. At 0:04:17-get ready for some Batman references While in the Vacation Planet Wade explains that you could do multiple activities including climbing MT. Everest with Batman The variation of the Batman show here is Micheal Keaton’s portrayal from the 1989 Tim Burton film. Batman climbing MT. Everest is a reference to him and Robin climbing tall buildings in the 1966 Adam West tv series. Also at 0:04:17-what’s interesting here is the climber below Batman. He definitely looks like Link from Nintendo’s Legend of Zelda series but I’ve heard Warner Bros. Couldn’t get the license so maybe a Robin Hood Avatar? At 0:04:21-Wade says you can go to a planet-size space Casino this is taken directly from one of the episodes from the Anime Cowboy Bepbop. At 0:04:30-we can hear a School bell ring as ships pass the planet Ludus which is of course the school Wade attends in the novel. At 0:04:40-As Wade introduces the types of Avatars users can choose in the OASIS the Cyclops from the 1958 fantasy film The 7th Voyage Of Sinbad stomps out of the entry point. At 0:04:41-Frankenstein (1931) and The Wolf-Man (1941) from their classic Universal horror movies emerge from the OASIS entry point as Thr Wolf-Man howls and Frankenstein’s Monster swings his arms around wrapped in chains. 0:04:42-A female Avatar switches her avatar to Injustice 2’s version of The Flash. At 0:04:43-Zitz and Rash from the 1991 NES game Battletoads emerge from the entry point. At 0:04:43-Alex Murphy A.K.A Robocop from Paul Verhoven’s 1987 original Robocop film emerges from the entry point. At 0:04:46-Wade says your avatar can be a Cartoon character as Marvin the Martin from the Looney Tunes cartoon series runs out of the entry point (he looks so cute and cool) At 0:04:47-a group of OASIS users using Orrendi from the 2016 video game BattleBorn emerge from the entry point. At 0:04:48-behind Wade Shayne and Auroxx (might’ve misspelled the character’s name) from Battleborn emerge from the entry point. At 0:04:49-An Orc from World of Warcraft walks besides Wade when Wade is introducing his Avatar Parzival. At 0:04:56-above on a walkway a younger version of Beetlejuice from Tim Burton’s 1988 movie is visible. Also at 0:4:56-it appears Raiden from the Mortal Kombat video game series is interacting with another player. At 0:04:56-Tracer from the video game Overwatch cuts in line for an OASIS portal. At 0:04:57-Sonic from Sega’s video game series Sonic The Hedgehog taps his foot impatiently waiting for a line. Also at 0:04:57-Catwoman is also in the line (it appears it is Michelle Pfeiffer’s Batman Returns variation. At 0:04:58-John Bender from John Hughe’s 1985 teen film The Breakfast Club is seen entering a portal. At 0:04:58-Night-Wing is seen entering a portal alongside John Bender (it appears it is the Arkham variation. At 0:04:58-now take this with a grain of salt but I think can make out Sektor and cyborg from Mortal Kombat in one of the portal lines. At 0:05:00 (under the walkway Wade is one is Commander John Shepard from the EA video game Mass Effect. At 0:05:02-on the walkway is Attikus from Battleborn stomping past Wade. At 0:05:04-while Wade is explaining the possibilities of the OASIS Hello Kitty Badtz-Maru and Keroppi from Sanrio skips beside him. At 0:05:05-A Protoss Zealot from Starcraft II is on the walkway behind Wade. At 0:05:05-Wade’s avatar Parzival wears a belt and holster worn by Han Solo in Star Wars:Episode IV-A New Hope Also at 0:05:05-The Buckle on Parzival’s belt is the Tiger emblem from Thundercats (1985 cartoon series) Also at 0:05:05-Parzival wears Converse’s Chuck-Taylor All stars (golden-winged( At 0:05:07-Wade pulls up a holographic OASIS sector map that is in the same shape as a Rubik’s Cube At 0:05:11-Wade finds out Aech is currently participating in a PVP match on Planet Doom a location in the 1984 anime Voltron. At 0:05:20-On Planet Doom Mechanised scorpions from the 1993 computer game Ultrabots swarm the battlefield. Also at 0:05:20-The scorpions go up against Knights and Ostriches from the 1982 arcade game Joust (in a deleted scene in the SDCC trailer Napoleon rides on a scorpion as he kills ostriches which lay green eggs like in the game. At 0:05:22-Aech kills a beserker from Gears of War. At 0:05:28-Aech eliminates a PVP tournament player taking the form of Robert England’s Freddy Kruger Also at 0:05:28-Aech uses an MA5B assault rifle from Halo 3 to eliminate players. At 0:05:29-When Freddy gets killed Kreig’s Buzz-Axe from Borderlands comes bursting out of his inventory At 0:05:31-Aech kills Kitana from Mortal Kombat as a fan comes out of her inventory At 0:05:31-Man-Bat from Batman:Arkham Knight swoops down at Aech only to be eliminated At 0:05:37-Despite being an Assault rifle from Halo the SFX of the rifle is the Pulse Rifle from Terminator 2:Judgement Day At 0:05:41-Duke Nukem from the video game series of the same name fires multiple rockets at Aech only to be eliminated by him. At 0:05:44-(this is the weirdest thing in the movie) A player taking the form of an Emoji person attempts to kill Aech. At 0:05:46-A Zerg from Starcraft is shot by Aech. At 0:05:47-Aech picks up a EM1-Railgun from the 1996 Arnold Schwarzenegger film Eraser. At 0:05:53-Daito’s Avatar is actually based of legendary Japanese film actor Toshiro Mifune (specially from his 1953 film Throne of Blood) At 0:05:56-Aech kills Sub-Zero from Mortal Kombat. At 0:05:57-Scorpion from Mortal Kombat is fighting Daito and Sho before being shot by Aech. Also at 0:05:57-The weapon Scorpion is using is a buzz-Axe from Borderlands. At 0:05:58-Aech shoots Deadshot (it is his Injustice 2 variation) At 0:06:14-E. Honda from Street fighter is on the mountain pushing other people off with his belly. At 0:06:18-Chun-Li from Street fighter can be seen dodging traps before being burned by a fire trap. At 0:06:26-we all saw this cameo. Jim Raynor from Starcraft II and shooting every player in sight. At 0:06:27-yet another 1972-packaged Doritos Tortilla Chips behind Rick on the coffee table (I believe you see it in the film four times) 0:06:36-When we cut to a mother playing the PVP tournament the Guitar from Guitar Hero is sitting On the armchair. At 0:06:48-when Daito slays a PVP player and his loot bursts out an O.G 1986 W.O.W Laser Tag pistol can be seen in the pile. At 0:06:50-we cut to a girl screaming since losing in the PVP match. A poster for The Bangle’s 1984 album All Over The Place is on the girl’s bedroom wall. Also at 0:06:50 - A Bedtime Bear plush toy from Care Bears is on the girl’s bed. At 0:06:51-A Donkey Kong Jr. poster is on the bedroom wall. Also at 0:06:51-On a shelf in the girl’s bedroom Care Bear figurines are visible. At 0:06:54-Daito and Sho fight and shortly kills Jason Vorhees from the Friday the 13th horror series. Also at 0:06:54-When Jason is slain various things comes out of his inventory (lots of guns) I could only make out another 1986 W.O.W Laser Tag pistol. At 0:07:06-Tear For Fear’s song Everybody Wants To Rule The World plays. At 0:07:06-Raphael from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014 Michael Bay film) passes Wade when Wade is talking to Aech. Also at 0:07:06-Blue Beetle from Injustice 2 passes Wade. At 0:07:07-behind Wade you can see Benedict from Battleborn At 0:07:08-Leonardo from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (again 2014) passes wade while wade is talking to Aech. At 0:07:12-Doc Brown from Back To The Future in his Part II outfit passes Wade on the walkway. At 0:07:42-A framed poster of the video game Gradius appears on the wall in the Gregarious Games showcase room. Also at 0:07:42-A Framed poster of Castlevaynia appears on the opposite wall in the GG showcase room. At 0:08:01-Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D Minor shortly plays over the start of Halliday’s last message video. Also at 0:08:01-The quarters over Halliday’s eyes read:God We Trust 1972. 1972 was the year Ernest cline was born AND when Atari was founded. At 0:08:05-At the funeral parlour there are various flower arrangements of the Starfleet logo and the U.S.S Enterprise ship along with a glass painting of the Starfleet logo from the sci-fi franchise Star Trek. Also at 0:08:05-The coffin Halliday is lying in is Spock’s Mark VI torpedo in Star Trek II:The Wrath Of Khan. At 0:08:10-Halliday rises out of the coffin of how Count Dracula would in various Dracula horror movies. At 0:08:16-Halliday places a TOMY hand-held Pac-Man game on the coffin. At 0:08:17-Halliday is wearing a Joust shirt. At 0:08:21-On Halliday’s lapel he is wearing a SIMON pin. Also at 0:08:21-A little harder to see but Halliday is also wearing a D20 pin from Dungeons and Dragons. At 0:08:48-On the right side of the screen A High School student watching Halliday’s last message is wearing a Marvin The Martian shirt from The Looney Tunes. At 0:08:51-Another High school student pulling out a screen is wearing a Pac-Man shirt. At 0:10:04: Joan Jets and the Blackheart’s 1988 song I Hate myself For Loving you plays. At 0:10:15-El Dragon from Battleborn passes Wade on the walkway. At 0:10:27-On the copper key starting line Wade walks through aisles of IOI cars to pass The V8 Interceptor from Mad Max. At 0:10:34-The Batmobile from the 1966 Adam West tv series Batman is visible throughout the race (love the safety siren flashing) At 0:10:34-however the driver is not Adam West’s Batman and instead is the Batman from the Arkham games(you can see him moving around in the cockipit) At 0:10:34:Ryu from Street Fighter is passing down the aisle of cars. At 0:10:34-A modernised version of the Mach 5 from Speed Racer appears at the starting line next to Ryu. At 0:10:59-Wade passes a red F1 racing car from the 1982 Atari game Pole Position. Also at 0:10:59-Mr. T.’s GMC Van from the A-team appears at the starting line. Also at 0:10:59-the 1968 possessed Plymouth Fury from Christine appears at the starting line of the copper key race. Also at 0:10:59-Lara Croft from the Tomb Raider game series is having a conversation with Dizzy Wallin from Gears of War II before the race starts. At 0:11:04-In the Oology department a Scholar is watching the Twin Pines Mall scene from Back to the future on a monitor. At 0:11:06-A Halliday scholar is holding a sealed copy of DC Comics Presents:Superman and Superboy At 0:11:09-A Halliday scholar is watching the Goodbye scene in E.T. The Extra Terrestrial on a monitor. Also at 0:11:09-A Wonder Woman comic panel poster is being studied by scholars. At 0:11:10-It looks as if on a whiteboard scholars are studying The Glaive from Krull. At 0:11:13-A group of Ooligists are studying Fruit Loops on a IOI monitor. Also at 0:11:13-A Cap N’ Crunch cereal box appears on a scholar’s monitor. Also at 0:11:13-in the Oology department a liberty island version of the map from Escape From New York appears on the TV screen. At 0:11:28-while walking up to Aech at the racetrack Sub-Zero from Mortal Kombat walks past him. At 0:11:29-Aech’s form of vehicle for the race is the Bigfoot Monster Truck which started the monster truck business and has appeared in multiple Hot Wheels sets. At 0:11:48-Aech teases wade about not having enough money for fuel but can get a Something About Mary hairdo referencing the 1998 comedy There’s something about Mary. At 0:12:09-Wade spawns in The DeLorean Time Machine from Back to the future. Alright so Ernest Cline said during the New York race you can find Ghostbusters HQ and the apartment building from Batteries Not Included I haven’t found them yet. At 0:12:29-When the horn for the start of the race blows out of Liberty’s torch the Domino Sugar factory appears behind the statue. At 0:12:49-A blue F1 racing car from Pole Position gets rammed by an IOI vehicle. At 0:12:52-Art3mis drives by on Shotaro Kaneda’s bike from Akira. At 0:13:31-A sticker for the skateboarding brand Thraser appears on Artemis’s bike. Also at 0:13:31-Two Scratch N’ Sniff stickers appear on Art3mis’s bike specifically a pear and Tomato great job stickers. At 0:13:37- the K.I.T.T bar from Knight Rider is under the grill of Wade’s DeLorean. At 0:13:45-When speaking about Art3mis to Aech Wade mentions he has seen all of her Twitch Streams. At 0:13:53-when going over a ramp wade makes the DeLorean do the Corkscrew Junp from the 1967 James Bond movie The Man With The golden Gun. At 0:14:03-The Pork Chop Express from the 1986 Kurt Russell film Big Trouble In Little China blocks the road for players. At 0:14:05-Art3mis’s bike has an Atari decal on it. At 0:14:08-on the street beside the pork chop express a diner appears named Ratners it was an old dinedeli that opened in New York in 1902. At 0:14:14-Wade switches the DeLorean to Hover mode from Back To The Future:Part II when he gets a collision warning during the race. 0:14:16-when an IOI racer crashes and wade picks up has coins he’s using an Arcade coin slot machine to do so. At 0:14:35-An IOI racer crashes in front of the national video centre (it is a place in New York basically a museum for technology like televisions and computers) At 0:14:40-A Ms. Pac-Man decal appears on Art3mis’s bike. Also at 0:14:40-The superhero logo from The Greatest American Hero appears on Art3mis’s bike. At 0:14:41-very hard to see but at the bottom of Art3mis’s bike is a decal for skateboarding brand JFA. Also at 0:14:41-Art3mis and an IOI racer pass a Movie theatre marquee that reads:Schwarzenegger Jack Slater III referencing the 1993 film-in a film Last Action Hero. At 0:14:51 Rexy The T-Rex from the Jurassic Park/Jurassic World movies munches on vehicles in Chinatown (for those saying it’s just a random T-Rex it does the same roar as in the movies and has the same scars and marks on it’s face) At 0:14:58-The final and hardest obstacle of all:King Kong. Like in all of the Kong movies he’s hanging off the Empire State Building circled by 1930’s bi-planes. At 0:15:12-we get a shot of King Kong destroying rail roads in front of the Silvercups Studios building where the final battle in Highlander took place as well as an actual movie studio. 0:15:16-as Aech skids to a halt in Bigfoot the Batmobile gets knocked off the road right after skidding to the sound of the 1966 Batman tv series theme. At 0:15:20-A 1975 Wonder Woman decal appears on Art3mis’s bike. At 0:15:25-behind Aech in the scene where Art3mis jumps over the gap with her bike a Delta City billboard from Robocop appears. At 0:16:29-When Art3mis brushes herself off from Wade’s rescue The Ace Chemical’s building from Batman appears behind her. 0:16:23-when Art3mis insepects her damaged bike an old advertising billboard called Come to the Caribbean appears behind her. At 0:16:57-when Wade Aech and Art3mis enter Aech’s workshop Prince’s song I wanna be your lover plays. Also at 0:16:57-leaning against the wall near the entry is Pee-wee Herman’s bike from Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure. 0:17:08-We all know this one:Aech is working on building an Iron Giant from the animated 1999 film of the same name. At 0:17:13-A Cylon Raider ship from Battlestar Galactia is hanging on the wall. At 0:17:22-Aech owns a Fraggle Rock-themed lunchbox to store all his miniature sci-fi ships. 0:17:23-When Wade opens the lunchbox we see various sci-fi ships these conclude of:The Galactia from Battlestar Galactia The Valley Forge From the 1972 sci-fi film Silent Running a colonial Viper from Battlestar Galactia and the Sulaco from Aliens. At 0:17:24-a miniature model of the Swordfish II from Cowboy Bepbop is on the Aech’s worktable. At 0:17:31-Wade mentions Aech owning a miniature Harkonnen Drop-ship from Dune and says it could get to Arrakis in seconds (while Arrakis was in the 1965 novel the drop-ship was created for the 1985 movie). At 0:17:46-A faded mini-poster of Pole Position appears on the pole behind Aech. At 0:17:47-on another pole below Aech is a poster for the Colecovision video game Gorf. At 0:17:51-The TARDIS police box from Doctor Who appears behind Aech Wade and Art3mis when talking about repairing the Akira bike. Also at 0:17:51-hanging from the roof is The Eagle 5 from the 1987 Star Wars parody film Spaceballs. At 0:17:52-a life-size Swordfish II from Cowboy Bepbop appears in Aech’s workshop waiting for repair. At 0:17:53-parked in Aech’s workshop is the 1969 250 GT California Ferrari from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Also at 0:17:53-hanging off the roof of Aech’s workshop is The EVA Pod from the 1968 Kubrick sci-fi classic 2001:A Space Odyssey. Also at 0:17:53-a life-size Colonial Viper from Battlestar Galactia is hanging off the roof of the workshop. Also at 0:17:53-The Thunderfighter from Buck Rogers in the 25th century is hanging off the roof of the workshop. Also at 0:17:53-in the corner of the workshop is the enforcement droid ED-209 from Robocop. At 0:18:18-Art3mis asks Wade what was Halliday’s favourite first-person shooter game. Wade replies by saying 007 Goldeneye based of the James Bond movie of the same name. His favourite character was Oddjob the villain. And his favourite player mode was slappers only where players could only slap to kill. At 0:18:30-Art3mis asks what Halliday’s favourite racer game which was the 1981 SEGA game Turbo. O:18:32-Wade says Halliday’s favourite food was Hot Pockets a microwaveable pizza snack. Also at 0:18:32-while Wade and Art3mis are talking playing softly in the background is Just my imagination (running away with me) by The Temptation. At 0:13:33-Wade says Halliday’s favourite restaurant was Chuck E. Cheese which is an Arcade and pizza restaurant. The restaurant’s founder Nolan Bushnell also happened to founded Atari. At 0:18:35-Wade says Halliday’s favourite song was Video Killed The Radio Star by The Buggles which happens to be the first song to air on MTV in 1980. At 0:18:37–Wade says Halliday’s favourite music video was A-Ha’s 1985 hit song Take On Me. At 0:18:42-Wade and Art3mis complete a quote together which was Halliday’s favourite of Gene Hackman’s portrayal of Lex Luthor in Superman:The Movie:Some people can read war and peace and come away thinking it’s a simple adventure story. Others can read the back of a chewing gum paper and unlock the secrets of the universe. At 0:19:06-before Art3mis and Wade walk away a Castlevaynia poster is on the wall. At 0:19:98- A Robotron 2084 poster appears on the wall of Aech’s workshop. Also at 0:19:08-A Joust banner appears on the wall of Aech’s Workshop. Also at 0:19:08-A GORF banner appears on the wall of Aech’s Workshop. Also at 0:19:08-A poster for the 1985 Tengen arcade game Gauntlet appears on the wall of Aech’s workshop. Also at 0:19:08-a poster for Galaga (1983 version) appears on the wall of Aech’s workshop. At 0:19:54-The PO-024 repair E-Frame from the 90’s cartoon series Exosqaud appears in Aech’s workshop. At 0:20:01:Art3mis nicknames Wade McFly referencing Marty McFly Back To The Future series. At 0:20:39-You’ll need to turn the brightness up but when Rick holds up one of Wade’s gloves a Batman and SEGA sticker are on it. At 0:21:54-Wade explains that his name Wade Watts was supposed to sound like a superhero’s alter-ego and examples Bruce Banner A.K.A The Hulk and Peter Parker A.K.A Spider-Man from Marvel Comics. At 0:22:39-When Wade grabs out his OASIS visor a Street Fighter decal is on the side of it. Also at 0:22:39A Midway games decal (a company who manufactured mainly all 80’s and 90’s arcade games) is on the top of Wade’s visor. At 0:22:41-George Michael’s 1985 song Faith plays when Wade enters the Halliday Journals. At 0:22:48-The interior design of the Halliday Journals is taking directly from the Shermer High library from The Breakfast Club. At 0:22:50-Hello Kitty is sitting down at one of the journal’s tables interacting with another player. At 0:22:52-A Ms. Pac-Man arcade cabinet is behind The Curator’s desk. Also at 0:22:52:-A Dig Dug arcade cabinet is behind The Curator’s desk. Also at 0:22:52-A Tempest arcade cabinet is behind The Curator’s desk. At 0:22:56-The Curator’s design is based off Jeeves from the 1990 search engine Ask Jeeves.com At 0:23:06-an Asteroids arcade cabinet is behind The Curator’s desk. At 0:23:06-A Pong arcade cabinet is behind The Curator’s desk. At 0:23:06-A Pole Position arcade cabinet is behind The Curator’s desk. At 0:23:19-In one of Halliday’s recreated memories Halliday is playing in an Arcade with games like Joust Asteroids and Tempest. At 0:23:20-A Revenge Of The Nerds poster is up on the wall in the recreated memory Wade and The Curator walk by. At 0:23:23-Alright buckle up becuase there are a lot of stuff to cover: In Halliday’s cluttered room there are things such as an Astro Boy mask a vintage packet of Lays Potato Chips a Ladyhawke poster a speak and spell some Madballs a copy of Schindler’s Ark and a Raiders Of The Lost Ark poster. At 0:23:39-Wade and The Curator walk past a memory labelled:Halliday playing his Atari 2600 with a carving of an Atari 2600 at the bottom. Also at 0:23:39-The game Halliday is playing on his Atari 2600 is Defender. Also at 0:23:39-Various toys and collectibles are scattered throughout Halliday’s room concluding of:A Marvin The Martian toy A Gizmo plush from Gremlins a toy model of The A-Team Van A Batman statue posters for Wargames and Rush 2112 Connect Four A SIMON toy an Etch-E-Sketch and a Castle Greyskrull play-set from Masters Of The Universe with He-Man and Skeletor action figures At 0:23:41-A Framed poster for Black Tiger appears on the wall of The Gregarious Games breakroom. Also at 0:23:41:In The Gregarious Games breakroom a framed poster for Legend Of Zelda:A Link To The Past is on the wall. Also at 0:23:41-Further down the hall of the breakroom is a framed poster for Mortal Kombat. At 0:23:51-Halliday and Ogden Morrow have a conversation about living in an Asteroids Arcade cabinet. At 0:23:56-Halliday in the memory is wearing a Space Invaders shirt. At 0:24:16-A framed poster for Galaga (1986 version) appears behind Morrow in the breakroom. At 0:25:25-Halliday references Bill And Ted’s Excellent Adventure when talking about going backwards. At 0:26:01-A Hello Kitty decal appears on Art3mis’s bike. At 0:26:22-While it’s never said in the movie the Suxors is graffitied on the pedestal of Liberty (it was a nickname for the Sixers in the novel) At 0:26:59-When Wade gets to King Kong’s stage Max Steiner’s 1933 original theme for King Kong plays. At 0:27:44-Anorak says to Wade nice racing Padawan referencing the Jedi Apprentices in the Star Wars franchise At 0:29:12-Ripley’s cargo-Holder from Alien appears on Planet Doom in Nolan Sorrento’s presentation. At 0:29:23-In Sorrento’s OASIS IOI ad presentation Man-Bat from Batman:Arkham Knight appears on planet doom getting shot at. At 0:29:24-In Nolan Sorrento’s presentation a pop-up ad for the EM-1 railgun from Eraser appears. At 0:29:38-Bruce Springsteen’s song Stand On It begins to play. At 0:29:40-Wade and Aech go to a mall called Avatar Outfitters referencing the store Urban Outfitters. Also at 0:29:40-The Logo for Avatar Outfitters has the same calligraphic A as in the title for James Cameron’s film Avatar. At 0:29:43-A Street Fighter booth at Avatar outfitters are selling combat moves as a holographic RYU does an uppercut move. At 0:29:54-Blue Beetle from Injustice 2 is walking around the store. At 0:29:54-An Overwatch booth at Avatar Outfitters is selling Pulse Pistols as a holographic Tracer does her spin. Also at 0:29:54-A Dungeons And Dragons booth is selling magic spells. At 0:29:59- booth in Avatar outfitters is selling weapons with a holographic Claptrap (a character in the game) A4 0:29:59-Halo booth is selling assault rifles with holographic images of Master Chief. At 0:29:59-in the far back left of the booths A Looney Tunes booth with a holographic Marvin The Martian appears. At 0:29:59-In the far back right an Injustice booth appears (I can’t identify the hologram though). (Zoom In required). At 0:29:59-A Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles booth appears in the far back with a hologram of Raphael (zoom-in required) At 0:30:02-One of the items available for purchase in the iconic items booth is The Holy Hand Grenade from the 1975 Monty python film Monty Python and The Holy Grail. At 0:30:07-while I can’t identify the actual item because it goes too fast but Wade runs past an item in the iconic item section with the Blizzard Entertainment logo printed underneath it. At 0:30:07-Wade Runs past Dust-Brain from the Madballs toy line in the iconic items section. At 0:30:08-Wade runs past The Peltzer Peeler Juicer from Gremlins in the iconic times section. Also at 0:30:08-Wade runs by A Chucky doll from Child’s Play (which is where Aech presumably got the one used on Planet Doom) in the iconic times section. At 0:30:09-Wade runs past a Plasma Pistol from Halo in the iconic items section. At 0:30:11-Wade walks up and buys a magical item The Zemeckis Cube which is of course a Rubik’s Cube named after Back To The Future Director Robert Zemeckis that has the ability to slow and turn back time. At 0:30:13-A hologram of The Wolf-Man appears next to The Zemeckis Cube booth. At 0:31:05:When Nolan Sorrento enters the OASIS he is transported to the wreckage of a Tripod fighting machine from War Of The Worlds (1953 George Pal version) At 0:31:29-Sorrento’s avatar Bossman59 features a Clark Kent hair curl from Superman. At 0:31:52-I-ROK flicks away Perseus’s Shield from the 1981 version of Clash Of The Titans (sigh)(I-ROK has no respect for classics) Also at 0:31:52-Indiana Jone’s whip from the Indiana Jones franchise is laying besides the shield. At 0:31:58-I-ROK picks up the head of an eliminated player The Steampunk Pirate King and does a misquoted reference to William Shakespeare’s play Hamlet. I-ROK says I knew him well Sorrento parodying the line to Yorick:Alas Yorrick!! I knew him Horatio. At 0:32:18-In the pile of weapons are tow Boomshot guns from Gears of Wars. Also at 0:32:18-The Colonial Blaster from Battlestar Galactia appears in the pile of weapons. Also at 0:23:18-Two Batarangs from Batman are scatted around the weapons pile. At 0:32:22-The M1911 Colt pistol from Duke Nukem is also in the weapons pile. Also at 0:32:22-The box containing The Orb Of Osuvox is the Mogwai box that Gizmo was kept in at the start of Gremlins At 0:32:29-The inside of the orb is a polyhedral D20 dice used in Dungeons and Dragons. At 0:33:11-When talking about the price of Parzival’s elimination from The Scoreboard I-ROK references a Tootsie Pop commercial with Mr. Owl biting to the chocolaty centre. At 0:33:51-The vehicle Daito uses to get to the finish line is The Mach 5 from Speed Racer. At 0:33:54-Sho pulls up to the finish line in a Smokey (literally) 1977 Trans Am Pontiac used in Smokey and The Bandit. At 0:34:22-When Wade is reciting the Jade Key clue excerpt in his notebook he has linked the last two words in the clue: At Last” could be a possible reference to the song of the same now (doesn’t specify which one though) At 0:34:29- On a piece of paper taped to the wall Wade has written down locations you can visit in the OASIS these conclude off- The Star Wars Galaxy The Star Trek Universe Middle-Earth from J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord Of The Rings/Hobbit. Vulcan from Star Trek Pern from Dragonriders of Pern Arrakis from Dune Magrathea from The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy Discworld from the book series of the same name Ring-world from the book series of the same name River-world from the book series of the same name. From 0:34:30 to 0:34:31-taped to the wall is a list of John Hughes movies these conclude of- National Lampoon’s Vacation Sixteen Candles Weird Science Breakfast Club Ferris Bueller’s Day Off Pretty In Pink Some Kind Of Wonderful Planes Trains and Automobiles Uncle Buck Home Alone Home Alone 2:Lost In New York At 0:34:32-Taped to the wall is Wade’s analysis of the funeral scene in Halliday’s Last Message video. It is a breakdown of all the Star Trek Easter eggs in the scene including the Starfleet logo U.S.S. Enterprise and the photo torpedo At 0:34:33-At the bottom of a Newspaper article taped to the wall of Wade’s Van it reads:OASIS Coin the next Dollar? A sly reference to Bit-Coin video game currency. At 0:34:40-On a piece of paper taped to the wall Wade has written down the rules of The OASIS just like the book and it mentions Everquest the MMORPG Game. At 0:35:30-On the right besides Kira and Morrow’s picture is a list of movies labelled: Set In New York These conclude of-Ghostbusters. Big (1988 Tom Hanks) has been crossed out on the list. Mad Max (it was in Australia though?) The cannonball Run. King Kong . Escape From New York is highlighted on the list. See No Evil (1971 horror movie). And another misplaced title Back To The Future despite being set in California At 0:35:19-Wade has written down instructions of how to get to the secret room in Adventure foreshadowing the climax. At 0:35:21-When Wade goes back to the Halliday Journals Blondie’s song One Way Or Another plays. At 0:35:27-The Arkham Knight passes Wade when he is exiting The Halliday Journals (he later returns inside) At 0:35:28-A younger version of Beetlejuice spots Wade when Wade enters The Journals. At 0:35:29-Supergirl from Injustice 2 jumps out of her seat to greet Wade. At 0:35:31-Raiden from Mortal Kombat is sitting down at one of the Journal’s tables. At 0:35:34-Dizzy Wallin from Gears Of Wars 2 runs up to the crowd that mobs Wade. At 0:35:37-Blue Beetle from Injustice 2 is one of the fans in the crowd. Also at 0:35:37-Ambra from Battleborn is one of the fans in the crowd. At 0:35:38-Batgirl from Batman is one of the fans in the crowd. At 0:35:47-Goro from Mortal Kombat pulls Wade away from his fans. At 0:35:48-Lara Croft from Tomb Raider is one of the fans in the crowd. At 0:36:02-When being led into a secret room Wade gets pranked by a Chestburster from Alien popping out of Goro’s chest revealed to be a puppet by Art3mis. At 0:36:36-Art3mis pulls out Clark Kent Glasses from Superman and puts them on Wade for a disguise while roaming The Journals. At 0:35:46-While Wade with his Clark Kent disguise goes into the archives Miko from Battleborn is behind him. At 0:36:49-Benedict from Battleborn is behind Wade when Wade enters The Archives. At 0:36:51-When Wade and Art3mis are entering The Archives an avatar behind them is wearing a pink Michael Jackson jacket. At 0:37:00-In the memory outside of Halliday and Morrow’s office is a framed Metroid Japanese printed poster (original 1986 game) At 0:37:03-Behind Art3mis Wade and The Curator is another memory which is set in The Happytime pizzeria from the novel. At 0:37:17-There are some action figures on Morrow’s desk. One I can make out his Triceraton from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990). At 0:37:32-When Halliday is talking to Sorrento you can see he is designing the Room 237 Bathroom from The Shining on his computer. Also at 0:37:32-The Billy Idol album Don’t Stop is on Halliday’s desk. At 0:37:44-A copy of Dungeon Magazine is lying on Halliday’s desk (I could not identify which issue though) At 0:37:49-In a blink and you miss it moment when The Curator is fast-forwarding the Memory a framed Pole Position poster is outside the office. At 0:37:53-On the shelf behind the desk is Def Leppard’s 1983 album Pyromania (zoom-in required) At 0:38:02-While having a conversation with Morrow about the date with Karen Halliday says she prefers to be called Kira after the character in Jim Henson’s 1982 film The Dark Crystal. At 0:38:39-As mentioned above the memory behind the three is of Halliday hanging out at The Happytime Pizzeria but in this frame you can see he is playing Joust. At 0:39:48-Wade figures out that Kira is the centre of the 2nd clue and calls her Halliday’s Rosebud referencing the lost sled Rosebud in Citizen Kane. At 0:40:02-When Art3mis flips the quarter The Curator gives to Wade it makes the sound effect of a 1-up from the Super Mario Bros. Games. At 0:40:17-Earth Wind and Fire’s 1975 song Can’t find love plays when Art3mis asks Wade on a date. Alright in Aech’s 80’s basement recreation there is soo much Easter eggs and memorabilia so forgive me if I miss any. At 0:40:46-posted on the wall is a Save Ferris poster from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off another Metroid poster and white Space Invader decals. At 0:40:46-hanging from the wall is the neon sign for the dream bar Cocktails and Dreams in the 1988 Tom cruise film Cocktail. At 0:40:46-below the sign is a Dark Crystal poster. At 0:40:46-Ripping through the floor is the nuclear rocket from Weird Science. At 0:40:46-A Pac-Man bin lies besides a Pac-Man arcade cocktail cabinet. At 0:40:46-an Airplane! VHS tape is on top of boxes. At 0:40:46-multiple VHS tapes for the 1986 Jim Henson film Labyrinth are scattered around the floor of the hangout. At 0:40:06-Retro packets for Potato Chips brands Lays and Ruffles lay against the coffee table. At 0:40:06-Incredibly hard to see but under a pile of VHS tapes is a VHS tape of Caddyshack (zoom-in required) At 0:40:46-Marty Mcfly Jr.’s rainbow cap from Back To The Future:Part II lies besides an vinyl record player. At 0:40:06-Lying against the wall is an Emulator II keyboard used in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. At 0:40:46-on the wall besides the couch are three mini-posters stuck on it:A Donkey Kong arcade poster A Pole Position II poster and a 1983 Galaga poster. At 0:40:06-A Kermit The Frog plush from The Muppets is lying against a shelf besides a Hot Wheels play-set. At 0:40:06-An ALF plush from the 1986 sitcom ALF is sitting on top of the television At 0:40:06-A Speak &Spell used in E.T. The Extra Terrestrial is lying on the shelf. At 0:40:50-A Beastmaster poster is next to the mirror. At 0:40:50-A Star Trek:The Motion Picture poster is in the corner of the room above The Emulator II Keyboard (you need to turn brightness full up to see) At 0:40:50-A copy Analog Computing magazine #10 is leaning against the crate below Wade’s feet. At 0:40:50-above the mirror is a Mayor Goldie Wilson election poster from Back To The Future. A Wil Wheaton election poster is across from Wilson’s one (if you recall Wheaton was the Vice President of the OASIS in the novel) At 0:40:50-In a blue crate below Wade’s feet is Run D.M.C’s 1986 album Tougher Than Lever. At 0:40:50-A Wargames poster is on the wall besides the mirror. At 0:40:50- the first issue for Nintendo Power featuring Super Mario Bros. is located on a stack of magazines in Aech’s hang-out At 0:40:50-A Big Trouble In Little China poster is located behind a chair in Aech’s hang-out. At 0:40:50-A cutout of Tom Selleck’s face from Magnum P.I. Is posted on the wall in Aech’s hang-out. At 0:40:50-A Cookie Monster cookie jar from Sesame Street is on the the bench in the hang-out At 0:40:50-A poster for Labyrinth is next to the Tom Selleck cutout At 0:40:50-A Cap N’ Crunch cereal box is laying on the counter next to an overturned Fruit Loops cereal box. At 0:40:50-at the very far back of the counter is The Peltzer Peeler Juicer from Gremlins At 0:40:51-Wade selects Prince’s Purple Rain outfit for a possible outfit for his date. At 0:40:54-In the reflection of the mirror a Breakfast Club poster is seen. At 0:40:57-Wade switches his outfit to Michael Jackson’s Thriller costume and even does the dance (one of my favourite artists along Queen who are unfortunately not referenced in the film) At 0:40:57-Next to the mirror is the original poster for Mad Max. At 0:40:58 White decals for Space Invaders are scattered on the pillar next to Aech. At 0:40:58 The Pink Mattel Hoverboard from Back To The Future Part II is leaning against the wall. At 0:40:58-On the coffee table are retro cans for Coca-Cola Pepsi and Tab (along with some D20 from D&D) At 0:40:58-Below the coffee table is a E.T. The Extra Terrestrial VHS tape At 0:40:58-The sword of omens from Thundercats is leaning against the wall next to the couch. At 0:40:58-on the table next to the hula-girl lamp is the Golden Idol from Raiders Of The Lost Ark. At 0:41:00-A Mad Max 2 poster is behind Wade when trying out outfits. At 0:41:00-A Legend Of Zelda:A Link To The Past mini-poster is behind Wade. At 0:41:02-Hanging from the ceiling is a miniature Thunderfighter from Buck Rogers In The 25th Century. At 0:41:02-A Banner for 1980 video game Missile Command is on the wall behind Aech. At 0:41:04-On the back of Wade’s punk outfit is the logo for 80’s rock band The Dead Kennedy’s At 0:41:05-Wade switches to a Nick Rhodes outfit from the band Duran Duran. At 0:41:07-David’s computer speaker from WarGames is on top of the cocktail cabinet. At 0:41:07-in a pile of VHS tapes is a VHS tape for Breakin’ (or Breakdance) is on the floor.
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