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WEST WORLD 



A series inspired by the 1973 film of the same title written by Michael Crichton about a futuristic theme park populated by artificial beings

          

Season:1 Episode 2  

Genre: Sci-fi, Thriller


MAIN CAST

  • Evan Rachel Wood as Dolores Abernathy, a host; she is a Western girl who discovers her entire life is an elaborately constructed lie.[1]
  • Thandie Newton as Maeve Millay, a host; she is the beautiful and sharp madam of Westworld.[2]
  • Jeffrey Wright as Bernard Lowe, head of the Westworld Programming Division and creator of artificial people.[3]
  • James Marsden as Teddy Flood, a host; he is a newly-arrived gunslinger in pursuit of a local beauty.[4][5]
  • Ben Barnes as Logan, a veteran guest; he is a louche bachelor. His hedonistic romp through Westworld is equally motivated by self-indulgence and a desire to help his friend, William.[6]
  • Clifton Collins Jr. as Lawrence, a host; he is a charming but lethal outlaw, with a knack for maneuvering and negotiating the various criminal elements of Westworld.[7]
  • Ingrid Bolsø Berdal as Armistice, a host; she is a brutal and ruthless bandit.[3]
  • Luke Hemsworth as Ashley Stubbs, the no-nonsense head of security, charged with monitoring host and human interactions and ensuring the safety of the guests.[8]
  • Sidse Babett Knudsen as Theresa Cullen, Westworld's terse operations leader, responsible for keeping the park from sliding into unscripted chaos.[7]
  • Simon Quarterman as Lee Sizemore, Westworld's narrative director, whose artistic temperament aggravates his co-workers.[3]
  • Rodrigo Santoro as Hector Escaton, a host; he is a wanted man bent on survival.[8]
  • Angela Sarafyan as Clementine Pennyfeather, a host; she works for Maeve and is one of Westworld's most popular attractions.[3]
  • Jimmi Simpson as William, a reluctant first-time newcomer to Westworld, joining his friend, Logan. Initially dismissive of the park's more lascivious attractions, he slowly uncovers a deeper meaning to the park's narrative.[7]
  • Shannon Woodward as Elsie Hughes, a rising star in the Programming Division tasked with remedying odd behavior in the park's artificial beings.[8]
  • Ed Harris as the Man in Black; a mysterious, sadistic rich guest of the theme park who is searching for a "deeper level" in the park.[9]
  • Anthony Hopkins as Dr. Robert Ford, the creative director of Westworld.[1]

Westworld season 1 episode 2 review: 'Exceeds expectations after fantastic opener


"Wake up," a voice instructs Dolores as episode two of Westworld begins. "Do you remember?"
The character - played by Evan Rachel Wood - is being haunted by an unseen force she doesn't understand, much like Donnie Darko in the Richard Kelly film of the same name. Is she having an existential crisis, like Darko? Impossible - she's not human, but one of the attraction's many artificial creations. So why does it seem her recent encounters with malfunctioning father Abernathy (Louis Herthum) has provided Dolores with a temporary conscience?
Terrifyingly, it seems contagious. One encounter with Maeve Millay (Thandie Newton) later and the Madam of Westworld is recalling memories of what we can only assume is from her past; former identities, slain family members and the brutality inflicted upon her by human visitors


Plot summary

series inspired by the 1973 film of the same title written by Michael Crichton about a futuristic theme park populated by artificial beings.


Details

Release Date:

 2 October 2016

Language

English

Country of Origin

USA

Westworld season 1 episode 2 review: 'Exceeds expectations after fantastic opener


WEST WORLD 



A series inspired by the 1973 film of the same title written by Michael Crichton about a futuristic theme park populated by artificial beings

          

Season:1 Episode 2  

Genre: Sci-fi, Thriller


MAIN CAST

  • Evan Rachel Wood as Dolores Abernathy, a host; she is a Western girl who discovers her entire life is an elaborately constructed lie.[1]
  • Thandie Newton as Maeve Millay, a host; she is the beautiful and sharp madam of Westworld.[2]
  • Jeffrey Wright as Bernard Lowe, head of the Westworld Programming Division and creator of artificial people.[3]
  • James Marsden as Teddy Flood, a host; he is a newly-arrived gunslinger in pursuit of a local beauty.[4][5]
  • Ben Barnes as Logan, a veteran guest; he is a louche bachelor. His hedonistic romp through Westworld is equally motivated by self-indulgence and a desire to help his friend, William.[6]
  • Clifton Collins Jr. as Lawrence, a host; he is a charming but lethal outlaw, with a knack for maneuvering and negotiating the various criminal elements of Westworld.[7]
  • Ingrid Bolsø Berdal as Armistice, a host; she is a brutal and ruthless bandit.[3]
  • Luke Hemsworth as Ashley Stubbs, the no-nonsense head of security, charged with monitoring host and human interactions and ensuring the safety of the guests.[8]
  • Sidse Babett Knudsen as Theresa Cullen, Westworld's terse operations leader, responsible for keeping the park from sliding into unscripted chaos.[7]
  • Simon Quarterman as Lee Sizemore, Westworld's narrative director, whose artistic temperament aggravates his co-workers.[3]
  • Rodrigo Santoro as Hector Escaton, a host; he is a wanted man bent on survival.[8]
  • Angela Sarafyan as Clementine Pennyfeather, a host; she works for Maeve and is one of Westworld's most popular attractions.[3]
  • Jimmi Simpson as William, a reluctant first-time newcomer to Westworld, joining his friend, Logan. Initially dismissive of the park's more lascivious attractions, he slowly uncovers a deeper meaning to the park's narrative.[7]
  • Shannon Woodward as Elsie Hughes, a rising star in the Programming Division tasked with remedying odd behavior in the park's artificial beings.[8]
  • Ed Harris as the Man in Black; a mysterious, sadistic rich guest of the theme park who is searching for a "deeper level" in the park.[9]
  • Anthony Hopkins as Dr. Robert Ford, the creative director of Westworld.[1]

Westworld season 1 episode 2 review: 'Exceeds expectations after fantastic opener


"Wake up," a voice instructs Dolores as episode two of Westworld begins. "Do you remember?"
The character - played by Evan Rachel Wood - is being haunted by an unseen force she doesn't understand, much like Donnie Darko in the Richard Kelly film of the same name. Is she having an existential crisis, like Darko? Impossible - she's not human, but one of the attraction's many artificial creations. So why does it seem her recent encounters with malfunctioning father Abernathy (Louis Herthum) has provided Dolores with a temporary conscience?
Terrifyingly, it seems contagious. One encounter with Maeve Millay (Thandie Newton) later and the Madam of Westworld is recalling memories of what we can only assume is from her past; former identities, slain family members and the brutality inflicted upon her by human visitors


Plot summary

series inspired by the 1973 film of the same title written by Michael Crichton about a futuristic theme park populated by artificial beings.


Details

Release Date:

 2 October 2016

Language

English

Country of Origin

USA

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