History YMMV / Westworld

23rd Jan '17 3:48:47 PM SorPepita
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** After the amazing heist scene in the pilot scored with a fully orchestrated "Paint It Black," it's pretty hard to take seriously when the scenario plays out again (including some reused shots) scored with the main chorus from ''Theatre/{{Carmen}}''.



** After the amazing heist scene in the pilot scored with a fully orchestrated "Paint It Black," it's pretty hard to take seriously when the scenario plays out again (including some reused shots) scored with the main chorus from ''Theatre/{{Carmen}}''.
23rd Jan '17 3:46:28 PM SorPepita
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* LesYay: While the series acknowledges both female and male homosexuality, depictions of the latter are both rarer and mostly consist of a few carresses while [[GirlOnGirlIsHot the former gets more spotlight.]]

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* LesYay: While the series acknowledges both female and male homosexuality, depictions of the latter are both rarer and mostly consist of a few carresses caresses while [[GirlOnGirlIsHot the former gets more spotlight.]]
20th Jan '17 3:45:22 PM SorPepita
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** What is it about the Hosts that every fly in Westworld wants to frolic on their eyes and face? Lampshaded by maintenance techs in the second episode as the constant violent and sexual abuse the hosts get along with half-assed cleaning measures makes the Hosts filthy and draw flies.

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** What is it about the Hosts that every fly in Westworld wants to frolic on their eyes and face? Lampshaded by maintenance techs in the second episode as the constant violent and sexual abuse the hosts Hosts get along with half-assed cleaning measures makes the Hosts filthy and draw flies.
20th Jan '17 11:53:24 AM gunslingerofgilead
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* LesYay: While the series acknowledges both female and male homosexuality, depictions of the latter are both rarer and mostly consist of a few carresses while the former gets more spotlight.

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* LesYay: While the series acknowledges both female and male homosexuality, depictions of the latter are both rarer and mostly consist of a few carresses while [[GirlOnGirlIsHot the former gets more spotlight.]]



** The massive, almost biblical-level orgy in "Contrapasso", which ends with everyone writhing on the floor like the climactic scene of ''Film/{{Society}}'', struck some as essentially a self-parody of HBO's use gratuitous and indulgent sex scenes to make their programming edgier and more mature. The fact that the orgy has no bearing on the plot and was, according to several of the showrunners, very expensive to shoot makes the whole event even more ridiculous.

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** The massive, almost biblical-level orgy in "Contrapasso", which ends with everyone writhing on the floor like the climactic scene of ''Film/{{Society}}'', struck some as essentially a self-parody of HBO's use of gratuitous and indulgent sex scenes to make their programming edgier and more mature. The fact that the orgy has no bearing on the plot and was, according to several of the showrunners, very expensive to shoot makes the whole event even more ridiculous.
20th Jan '17 11:51:16 AM gunslingerofgilead
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** The massive, almost biblical-level orgy in "Contrapasso", which ends with everyone writhing on the floor like the climactic scene of ''Film/{{Society}}'', struck some as essentially a self-parody of HBO's use gratuitous and indulgent sex scenes to make their programming edgier and more mature. The fact that the orgy has no bearing on the plot and was, according to several of the showrunners, very expensive to shoot makes the whole event even more ridiculous.
27th Dec '16 2:25:55 AM Killztwice
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** There are several comparisons and contrasts to be made between Delos, the Westworld staff, and the Hosts, and the Institute & their Synths from ''VideoGame/{{Fallout4}}''.
21st Dec '16 5:04:15 AM Borjigin
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* Hoist by His Own Petard: The Hosts kill using the very gunslinger skills the humans programmed into them for entertainment's sake.
21st Dec '16 5:02:50 AM Borjigin
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* Hoist by His Own Petard: The Hosts kill using the very gunslinger skills the humans programmed into them for entertainment's sake.
20th Dec '16 6:32:09 PM RainingMetal
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* CatharsisFactor: [[spoiler:Dolores beating the ever-loving shit out of the Man in Black in the season finale is just deserts for all of the horrible things he's put her and the other Hosts through over the years. It's also clearly only there for the benefit of the audience who have been rooting for her, since ultimately Dolores' true fate is to instigate the Host revolution by killing Ford, and the Man in Black is still alive by the end of the season]].

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* CatharsisFactor: [[spoiler:Dolores beating the ever-loving shit out of the Man in Black in the season finale is just deserts for all of the horrible things he's put her and the other Hosts through over the years. It's played with in that the Man in Black used to be the very sympathetic character William, and it's possible to feel sorry for him for that very reason. It's also clearly only there for the benefit of the audience who have been rooting for her, since ultimately Dolores' true fate is to instigate the Host revolution by killing Ford, and the Man in Black is still alive by the end of the season]].
16th Dec '16 12:21:40 AM jabberwocky1996
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