REVIEW: Westworld – “Dissonance Theory”

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The following is a spoiler review of the fourth episode of Westworld – Developed by Jonathan Nolan & Lisa Joy

In the fourth episode of Westworld, Dolores (played by Evan Rachel Wood) follows William (played by Jimmi Simpson) and Logan’s (played by Ben Barnes) bounty hunt. Meanwhile, the Man in Black (played by Ed Harris) find the next clue in his search for the Maze: a woman with a certain tattoo, and, elsewhere, Theresa Cullen (played by Sidse Babett Knudsen) has a meeting with Dr. Ford (played by Sir Anthony Hopkins) to discuss the future of the park.
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REVIEW: Westworld – “The Stray”

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The following is a spoiler review of the third episode of Westworld – Developed by Jonathan Nolan & Lisa Joy

In the third episode of HBO’s Westworld, Elsie (played by Shannon Woodward) and Stubbs (played by Luke Hemsworth) go into the park to locate a missing host. Meanwhile, Ford (played by Anthony Hopkins) changes Teddy’s (played by James Marsden) backstory, and Bernard (played by Jeffrey Wright) learns of a man named ‘Arnold.’ Continue reading “REVIEW: Westworld – “The Stray””

REVIEW: Westworld – “Chestnut”

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The following is a spoiler review of the second episode of Westworld – Developed by Jonathan Nolan & Lisa Joy

In the second episode of HBO’s Westworld, which was released early (apparently, to avoid clashing with a US presidential debate), we experience the park from the perspective of a first-time visitor named William (played by Jimmi Simpson). Meanwhile – behind the scenes – Elsie Hughes (played by Shannon Woodward) fears that whatever happened to Abernathy may be contagious.
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REVIEW: Westworld – “The Original”

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The following is a spoiler review of the first episode of Westworld – Developed by Jonathan Nolan & Lisa Joy

Westworld – produced by Jonathan Nolan, J. J. Abrams, and Bryan Burk, among others – is based on the science fiction film of the same name from 1973, which was written and directed by Michael Crichton. It takes place in a futuristic theme park, where guests – or ‘newcomers,’ as they are called – can interact with robots – or androids – in any way they see fit.
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