What's on your mind?
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So I just finished Episode 1 of season 1 and I honestly thought it was really good and I def wanna watch more but then I heard from a good friend that it becomes pretty shit and I was kind of disappointed because I thought It would become one of my favorite shows and I don't know it still could be but I just don't wanna get my hopes up just to get disappointed but then again it was just one person that didn't like it so long story short I wanna hear from long time fans of the show and hear what you guys think.
Im not going to pretend i know everything about the subject but shouldnt the hosts practically be some kind of supermen and superwomen, at least faster, stronger and durable(perhaps bulletproof) cause they have metal skeletons, they arent worn down by human conditions we all have yet these hosts seem to constantly be taken down easy by gunshots most of the time and rarely do they seem like they can work without a gun.
Do we know at least what kind of metal they are made from cause I heard steel is the hardest and toughest metal there is so maybe they are made from that.
Aaron Paul has posted this pic on his Instagram:
I think it’s pretty clear that shooting for Season 4 has begun!
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No joke, Season 3 is a full-blown A.R.G. and I found it. Spoilers ahead ...
It starts with the “production errors”. There are around 20 of them (Dolores’ earpiece in Behai, Bernard’s barb wire cow, Liam and Lara’s wardrobe change at Incite HQ, Hale’s changing video message at Delos HQ, etcetera). Each one corresponds to a specific divergence in the Rehoboam atlas. It’s easy to do the matching based on location and position on the circle. From there we start to investigate the coordinates. Every coordinate lands near a “divergence scar” on the landscape, consisting of an ORB (circle) and STEM (straight line). The details of the Orb and Stems provide clues for what really happened this season. We find there are copies of L.A. And SanFran in Europe and China. We find the map of the Delos Train. We find that Ford created Rehoboam and the New World. We find that the Red Pearl is Jake. We find a map of the entire world of WestWorld. There are so many secrets waiting to be discovered in the divergence coordinates. It’s time to get to work. I hope you will join me in the journey of discovery at r/WWElevatedScrutiny.
Who dubbing Solomon? This voice was super familiar to me
In Incite's website, there is now some sort of voice message. Is it Jean Mi? Does someone know what is the meaning beyond it? I'm sure it is not some dumb message with no contest.
There is an article here about the websites changes? There were a lot of clues in them.
Happy to join here, btw :)
Hey y'all, since I can't write on every active editor's wall, I'm leaving it here in a hope you see it.
William is definitely dead asf, very improbable that he survived + there's no reason for Halores to leave him alive since she orchestrated the replacement. + Ed Harris wanted to return his role of the Man in Black
Same with Serac -- no reason for him to exist as a character after Rehoboam's destroying. Vincent Cassel has a post in his Instagram where he says "goodbye" to Westworld Season 3.
So I propose to finally change William's status to "Human - Deceased/Host Hybrid - Active"
And Serac's to "Deceased"
And finally add Serac to Maeve's killed victims list.
Is everyone cool with that? Should I have made a poll? LOL
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I always assumed the middle of America. Massive enough for the sprawling Westworld. Then I thought I heard someone say it was On an island. THEN Bernard in S3, so 1, was somewhere last me the South China Sea , Bernard gets a boat "to Westworld". So, that gets the question - where the Hell IS it?
Post-production for Season 3 was done remotely due to the pandemic. Thandie Newton shared a video of her recording audio for a fight scene, on her phone in her car. Did anyone else feel the last two episodes were a little off in terms of sound and video editing?
I feel like there were moments in the final two episode where certain key scenes fell flat and didn't reach the level of emotion or power that felt appropriate. I wonder if this was due to the departments having to coordinate remotely, affecting creative decisions? Or was it simply the directing to begin with?
Based on what we've seen in previous seasons, I felt the riot scene didn't come across as powerful as it could have been.
Overall I love the show and how each season takes us to a new level. Unfortunate this season was so short. Excited we get a season 4.
Also, where do I audition to be an extra!? :P
In my opinion, Engerraund Serac shouldn't be looked at as a villain, or even as a bad guy, but rather as a tragic hero who was simply outmatched.
We see how his home (Paris) was nuked to oblivion in that scene where he and his brother (Jean-Mi) interacted with the guys in the hazmat suits. He knows that the only thing that could lead to humanity's downfall would be humanity itself. He merely wants a world of order instead of one of chaos - because he knows that if there was chaos, humanity would be ifighting itself again.
The Hosts obviously think that Serac is in the wrong. Their world is isolated, insulated, and the absolute worst that they have experienced is people coming in to enact sadistic acts on them. Not trying to condone it or anything, but it pales in comparison to having an entire city - one with so much historical and cultural significance as Paris - destroyed completely. They never really got around to seeing Serac's point of view, mainly because they never would understand.
He doesn't do his malicious acts just because, or for money, or for "power" (like many other villains across pop culture). He does it because in his mind, he knows that a world with chaos is a world where people die. He does it not for malicious intent - but rather a noble one, that of saving the world - and I think that these should all be considered.
What do you think is the message that the westworld tv series is giving to the society?
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I haven’t watched season three yet but I just finished season two and I’ve just gotta say, wow. They managed to kill off everyone in the the span of 3 episodes. Part of me wants to cry but I think I’m already gonna have to deal with the nightmares Delores has managed to give me. She is scary! (Along with clementine). West world is interesting because it’s a trope I’ve never even heard of before. It’s something completely different and it’s hard to relate it to other shows. I really like it so far and can’t wait to watch season 3 when I have time!