Enders Game was really good. Was the movie any good?
The movie is only half the book because half of the book is about Ender and where all the action and explosions take place, while the other half is about his two older siblings who eventually take over the world with memes and sockpuppets of all things.
There are some minor differences such as the class being older. Ender is 6 at the start of the novel. He's 16 in the movie. Bean has no special importance despite what later novels would retcon in. The aliens don't get referred to as "Buggers" for fairly obvious reasons.
The major events are all in place, however and play out as they do in the book. It's worth watching at least once.
Whether he owns a home computer or not is irrelevant to being given one for work purposes. No company should ever let someone use their own pc for work when the resources exist to provide a suitable alternative, for reasons relating to both work and insurance policies.
- I am, inevitable. <clunk>
And I, am, Iron Man. <snap>
Avengers, assemble. [Portals version where the phrase finally gets said]
On your left.
You could not live with your own failure, where did that bring you? Back to me.
I'm still worthy!
Haven't gone to a cinema in years at this point but JFC I can't imagine going to see a film and there being any other noise coming from the audience other than expected laughter. The fact stereotypes about black audiences have them not STFU means any brawls that break out aren't a surprise because there are going to be many people at those viewing who want to view the film. 🙄
High Evolutionary is white in the comics and almost always wearing a helmet. MCU casting is shit for showing the face of actors most of the time when the faceless villain/uncanny valley mask is meant to be part of the point.
"You would only use this to play games?"
"Did I fucking stutter?"
"... Yes?" 🤔