Where does it end? When will everything be over? In both cases, the answer is “who knows”.
Ore to the point ends anytime, anywhere Westworld (Sky Atlantic, Monday) Are viewers, or viewers who haven’t jumped on the ship yet, worth the considerable effort since the start of 2016?
Well, we live with hope.The problem is about that Westworld, We have lived hoping for most of the airtime, but patience is rarely rewarded.
The first season of the Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy series is Michael Crichton’s simple and entertaining 1973 movie, what it means to be a human being, a theme park robot that violently rebels against the human master. I reconsidered it as a much darker and more in-depth study.
The mystery of the gleaming puzzle boxes is packed with visual clues for those who are paying enough attention to pick them up, causing a flood of online discussions and theories.
More keen viewers correctly guessed that the story unfolded in two different timelines. Jimmi Simpson and Ed Harris play younger and older versions of the same character.
At the end, there were more questions than answers, but I was satisfied. This was a series for a non-niche audience who dared to be smart, ambitious, and complex.
Unfortunately, Nolan and Joy confused the complex with the incomprehensible in the second season, which was caught in the entanglement of the time loop.Was expected to handle at least Five Simultaneously different timelines and new character rashes.
In most cases, it was exhausted and impossible to understand what hell was doing. Nolan and Joy clearly absorbed some of the criticism. Season 3 is a linear event, set in the real world rather than in a theme park, and tries to defeat Rehoboam, an AI system that controls population, and its malicious creator, Serac (Vincent Cassel). Evan Rachel Wood) was at the center. ..
However, pressing the reset button is a little too strong. Anyway, it might have been easier to follow to some extent, but it felt like a completely different series. My main memory is Dolores and Maeve (Thandiwe Newton) in catsuits, smashing seven colors of junk into each other, like the flicks of superheroes.
The relatively modest opening round of Season 4 is set seven years after the uprising. But life after Rehoboam, whether free or not, doesn’t seem to be any better for most people, including Caleb, who has returned to his old construction industry. At least he is married now or has a partner and a young daughter anyway. He also suffers from PTSD.
Harris is back as William — probably his own robotic version. In the prologue, with the help of what looks like a robo fly, you see him defeat a criminal cartel that has something strange that he so much wants and doesn’t want to sell to him.
Caleb’s quiet home is suddenly shattered when a man tries to kill him. He was saved by Mave with a nickname of time. She has lived off the grid for years, trapped in a hut in the woods, trolling her memory and honing her considerable strength.
She just dispatched a gang of William’s heavy tanks and wants Caleb to join her to chase William. So far, it’s very easy — until Dolores appears.
Oh, but did Dolores not sacrifice himself at the end of Season 3?
Yes, she did, but as we know, death is rarely a permanent situation Westworld. It’s not an identity either.
The character we recognize as Dolores here is called Christina. She works as a writer for a computer game company and writes stories about non-player characters (NPCs). She is being harassed by an apparently crazy man who claims that her story is influencing the real world.
But is this a real thing or some kind of simulation? Is Christina a host who was once called Dolores and plays a character in the theme park story?
At least this feels a bit more similar Westworld When it was really good. But is it enough to get the series back on track? There are still seven episodes, but that’s a big question for viewers.