weaver of the unseen
- Aug 21, 2007
The biggest revelation probably is that Ford absolutely doesn't trust Maeve.If the show has a central theme, it's "Trust Nothing."
So they say... Although it does leave it nicely if it never comes to pass. In any case, out of all of the episodes to date, I felt the best acted/directed/written was the one focused upon the live(s) of the leader of the Ghost Nation, Akecheta.There is season 3. Don't know when that is going come out.
His story is nice and short. It fits the ending very well. I like the whole season even if it perplexed me with the mind-boggling things. I'm sure you can watch this several times and find new things in it. I wonder why they chose to make it Matrix like?"Kiksuya" S2:E8
I wonder why they chose to make it Matrix like?
The Westworld season 2 finale explained by co-creator Lisa Joy | WIRED UKIt's all over, but in classic Westworld style the finale of season two still threw in a couple of major curve balls that'll have us all feverishly scouring the internet for fan theories until the start of the next season. After the final episode, we caught up with the show's co-creator and executive producer Lisa Joy who told us why Dolores deserves our love, how the show is actually much less complicated than everyone thinks, and what's really going on in that post-credit scene.
Yeah. You might have to watch this season a couple of times as when you reach the final, things become really complicated. But if you think her as an angel of vengange, her role becomes clearer. It was really difficult to write about her, while in the background this move forward and the things becomes more abstract.The Dolores storyline in most of the 2nd season is not very good, though it does bring in the action.
Well, at least they didn't have to battle with souls. AI's and Augmented Reality are difficult to write because on the human level you cannot think like a machine. Nolan and Joy really pushed the envelope with this season.Some of the Bernard/Ford scenes are a bit abstract but that is often the way with AI stories.