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Westworld 'Vanishing Point' Review

 “I make my own decisions, and I’m gonna destroy this whole fuckin’ place!”

I don’t think there’s any coming back from this one. William is well and truly too far gone, and the murder of his daughter just cements it. 680 more words


The Hours (2002)

  • Okay, so – I’m not sure how much of a disadvantage this puts me at, but I have never read Mrs. Dalloway, the book at the center of this movie.
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Westworld Season Two, Episode Nine

I have to say, Westworld season two certainly seems to be saving its best episodes until last (which makes the wait for next week’s finale all the more intriguing/exciting). 692 more words


Westworld Season 2 ends with a 90-minute episode on June 25

After leaving its viewers reeling with the events of its penultimate episode “Vanishing Point” last Monday, Westworld Season 2 will conclude on June 25, 9am with its longest episode, “The Passenger.”  Clocking in at an hour and 30 minutes, the episode promises to lay questions and conspiracy theories regarding the show to rest as well as give rise to new ones. 444 more words

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The Mysteries of 'Westworld' Are Far More Than Hype (Column)

At the beginning of the season, “Westworld” looked like a show that might come to serve as a replacement for “Game of Thrones,” the other HBO series that catalyzes fans with its spectacular imagery and compelling, archetypal characters. 886 more words


Westworld e a Modernidade Líquida

Ainda na década de 70, Michael Crichton começou a fazer sucesso escrevendo histórias de ficção científica, sendo a primeira delas, O Enigma de Andrômeda (1969) 1,916 more words



This second feature from Mark Raso is an infuriating example of the predictability that afflicts the film making industry today. Inspired by the New York Times article… 632 more words

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