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Michael Cole over 3 years ago
Though a bit slow and anticlimactic, a solid sci-fi thriller.
John Swallow over 3 years ago
Watched it to see what the TV show was all about. Needn't have bothered. Dated badly.
Noah Rymer over 4 years ago
fun and simple sci-fi premise.
Henke almost 5 years ago
robots gone berserk
Kevin Barrett over 5 years ago
Very dated viewing, but still a classic.
Lou over 6 years ago
I love,love,love this film. Both as a kid and as an adult. Technology unchecked...
Anteater over 1 year ago
Michael Pope almost 3 years ago
Giuseppe Mangialardi over 3 years ago
Matt over 3 years ago
Parker Childers almost 4 years ago
Bloc Silent over 4 years ago
Randy Dumont almost 5 years ago
Nino Vignjevic over 5 years ago
Patrick Gaertner over 5 years ago
Michael over 6 years ago
Westworld is a 1973 science fiction-thriller film written and directed by novelist Michael Crichton and produced by Paul Lazarus III. It stars Yul Brynner as a lifelike robot in a futuristic Western-themed amusement park, and Richard Benjamin and James Brolin as guests of the park. Westworld was the last movie MGM produced before dissolving its releasing company, and was the first theatrical feature directed by Crichton. It was also the first feature film to use digital image processing to pixellate photography to simulate an android point of view. The film was nominated for Hugo, Nebula and Golden Scroll (a.k.a. Saturn) awards, and was followed by a sequel film, Futureworld, and a short-lived television series, Beyond Westworld. Sometime in the near future a high-tech, highly realistic adult amusement park called Delos features androids that are almost indistinguishable from human beings. For $1,000 per day, guests may indulge in any fantasy, including killing or having sex with the...
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