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3/10: From first to worst WESTWORLD...
Thursday, May 7, 2020

From first to worst WESTWORLD is an anomaly of a TV series. Season 1 is one of the best seasons ever. Ranking my Top 10 seasons, Season 1 of Westworld makes the cut. The first season featured brilliant acting from the likes of Sir Anthony Hopkins (as park founder Dr. Robert Ford), Evan Rachel Wood (as original park host Dolores Abernathy), Jeffrey Wright (as park behavorial expert Bernard Lowe), Sidse Babett Knudsen (as company exec Theresa), James Marsden (as host Teddy), Shannon Woodard (as park programmer Elsie) Jimmy Simpson (as park guest William), Angela Sarafyan (as host Clementine), Thandie Newton (as host Maeve), and Ed Harris (as the mysterious park guest The Man in Black). There were also entertaining minor characters like Lawrence, Armistice, Hector, and Logan.Of course, it wasn't without flaws. There were a couple of poorly realized characters like Lee Sizemore and Charlotte Hale (more on her later), and in retrospect, the Maeve character was always...

6/10: Had it, then lost it...
Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Had it, then lost it This show started great, but devolved into a jumbled mass of convoluted plot threads, contrived and unrealistic scenarios, and an over abundance of characters. What was an interesting introspective of humanity and the possible future of technology turned sour by season two. First, the technological consistency doesn't work. For example, The technology to create synthetic humans exist but the security forces use P-90 machine guns invented in the 90's? Secondly, the scenarios don't seem plausible. A park with that much scope doesn't have any fail safes or government oversight when the bots go crazy? I call BS. Third, their are too many characters and plot threads to follow. There is Bernard, Delores, the man in Black (Ed Harris), and Maeve as main characters and a plethora of ancillary characters that just add more mud to the clarity of the story. Also, some of the plot threads seem unnecessary and useless...

6/10: Season one was good, season...
Monday, June 25, 2018

Season one was good, season two's only goal is to confuse and distract SPOILER: I really liked the first season. It was a rather unique take on AI and the vices of mankind. Most of it was self-explanatory, like the constant debauchery and murder for fun, but the underlying search for hidden motives and "the truth" kept the show going, up to a grand finale.Season two, however, is a bit of a letdown. Most of the futuristic hightech stuff is gone, except for a few mercenary-type guys to replace all the wanton murder from season one. Since we now know about the two parallel plots from season one, the audience isn't fooled as easily anymore.So instead the writers set out to sidetrack us with irrelevant characters and plots who just end up dead or unresolved later on. The main story moves along at a much slower pace. Towards the end, the focus on AI...

10/10: Outstanding dialog, acting and story...
Saturday, October 29, 2016

Outstanding dialog, acting and story line Pay attention, this series explores some very subtle story lines. I was extremely impressed when they introduced the bicameral mind concept when considering consciousness. That is one of the more important concepts when considering the origins of consciousness. I hope they explore this idea in greater detail and especially its implications related to physics. It is rare indeed to have a fictional work undertake such a complex topic without trivializing it. I definitely have to compliment the writers for undertaking such a complex topic and I hope they continue to explore the implications.Again, IMDb thinks I should add additional lines to my review which is ridiculous. I have offered a clear and concise review and they want an arbitrary number of lines, what kind of idiot makes this a requirement?

5/10: Started great, went downhill fast...
Thursday, August 2, 2018

Started great, went downhill fast Season 1 is well worth a watch for the sheer production value and a great story arc. But, season 2 descends into bumbling nonsense - too many writers, too many ideas, too many stories.. what a shame. I see that JJ Abrams is involved in this show so this explains why it's like 'Lost' - rambling with no sense of ending. The writers have been given far too much time to ponder human existence and whether cyborgs could think for themselves - just give us a stunning series of worlds with action, adventure and dips into how cyborgs could evolve without committing too much time to this. Basically, this stunning action series has fallen into a mumbo-jumbo trap. Maybe Season 3 will be better but I suspect that the best of this show is over....disappointing.

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