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Critic Reviews for Westworld
Combines solid entertainment, chilling topicality, and superbly intelligent serio-comic story values.
[Michael Crichton] makes a creditable debut as a film director.
An interesting sci-fi movie that does a great job with the approach proposed by Crichton and has Yul Brynner as a memorable villain. [Full review in Spanish]
Audience Reviews for Westworld
It takes too long for things to start to finally happen in this dull precursor of Jurassic Park (although everything is quite predictable right from the beginning), with also a glaring problem of focus and terrible pacing and editing, but Yul Brynner looks cool as a killing robot-cowboy.
Writer/director Michael Crichton imagines a future where technology is good enough so that robots resembling humans are indistinguishable from the real McCoy. In Blade Runner such automatons are put to work, doing the most dangerous jobs. Crichton says, nope, we'll invent a Disneyland where we'll pay to kill 'em or sex 'em and I'm inclined to agree with him. So what happens if there's ever some sort of technical glitch? Kind've a thin premise, but the actors sell it.
Great premise, but the result did not age well at all.
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