Tuesday, November 8, 2016
In Which I Review Westworld (1x6)
–I don’t particularly care about Lee and his tortured artists shtick.
–So why exactly are employees of the park (some of them) broadcasting a “bicameral mind” to the first generations Hosts? And who grabbed Elsie?
–“You don’t have a choice. Even if you say no, it’s part of your character.”
–I like that the further you get from the central town, the more hazardous and raw the game gets.
--Did anyone else think that sizzle real was false advertising? It was romanticizing what goes on in Westworld. You have the cowboys and the great outdoors and an interesting little town complete with saloons, but it failed to show what “life without limits” really means–like lots of bloodshed and violence and people acting out their basest of desires.
--What are the chances that Arnold is at the center of the Maze--provided it's literal.