I liked the ’73 version. I would like to see the 2016 version. See how the two era’s compare. I like Ed Harris too. I was a fan of Yul Brynner’s. Even remember his last tv commercials about anti-smoking.
I wonder how closely the 2016 HBO series, Westworld, advertised as an hour-long, dark odyssey, will follow the Michael Crichton 1973 classic starring Yul Brynner and James Brolin? In Crichton’s film, robots flood the park and guests sin with no consequences. Within the complex theme park visited by the wealthy who choose to indulge their fantasies either in a toga lounging in Roman gardens; as a knight or lady cavorting in a medieval castle; or as a root’n – toot’n cowboy in the Old West, murder is permissible.
White-coat scientists and technicians monitor and repair the robots programmed with one command–to service the guests who live out their fantasies without moral or legal ramifications. To those who can afford the $7,000 a day price tag, they buy the freedom to indulge in the seven deadly sins with no worries. If this sounds like a…
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