Set at the intersection of the near future and the reimagined past, explore a world in which every human appetite can be indulged without consequence.Set at the intersection of the near future and the reimagined past, explore a world in which every human appetite can be indulged without consequence.Set at the intersection of the near future and the reimagined past, explore a world in which every human appetite can be indulged without consequence.
The Rise of Luke Hemsworth
Season 1 (2016)- 10/10
A very unique storyline focusing on the hosts (robots) and the guests (humans). Starts off slow, but picks up the pace by the 3rd episode, and then, it's a spine-chilling ride. Enthralling but also very confusing, so you've got to keep attention throughout the season
Season 2 (2018)- 9/10
Even more confusing than season 1 but not better than it. Starts off on a really fast pace but loses it in the mid episodes but again picks up from the 7th episode
Now over to Season 3
I've seen lot of reviews of the people criticising season 3, saying that it's not at all westworld. So what? Atleast it doesn't drift away from it's genres I.e science fiction, drama and thriller. And why are they comparing it to the previous seasons? They were a masterpiece in their own way and this season is a masterpiece in it's own way. I think the people who have given it the negative reviews have just not tried to even show interest in season 3, they have just watched it for the fact that they need to complete what they started, that's it. The hate for season 3 is just ridiculous. I plead the people not to listen to the negative reviews and watch season 3 themselves with full interest
Coming to the performances, everyone got the chance to shine but the ones that shined the most were Ed Harris and Anthony Hopkins. Whenever they both appeared in their scenes, they simply just dominated it. Evan Rachel Wood looked very pretty. James Marsden was a complete surprise. With so many actors and actresses, i thought he might get lost in the crowd but he pulls himself out of it with such ease. Jeffrey Wright was fabulous. Thandie Newton's character was a badass, especially in season 2, and she had done full justice to it. Aaron Paul, Tessa Thompson, Luke Hemsworth and the others were fine
Overall, it's an enthralling ride from start to finish. I am eagerly waiting for Season 4.
- Jun 25, 2021