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‘Westworld’ Spoiler Review: 10 Questions From “The Original”

HBO’s Westworld officially premiered last night and it was one hell of a first episode. Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy‘s series take the premise of Michael Crichton‘s 1973 film and sprint with it, carrying this tale of robot cowboys, debauched tourists, and theme park ops into bold new territory. It’s a smart science fiction powered by […] The post ‘Westworld’ Spoiler Review: 10 Questions From “The Original” appeared first on /Film.
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