Washington Examiner’s Becket Adams joins Federalist Radio to discuss media bias, the awfulness of Twitter, and Star Wars.
To understand why this show simply doesn’t work, compare it to a 20-year-old sci-fi film that almost certainly had some influence on these show runners: ‘The Truman Show.’
On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, Becket Adams discusses journalism awards, Trump’s Stormy Daniels problem, and the new season of Westworld.
The mix of hi-tech and the Wild West seems strange at first, but actually works. It’s Ridley Scott’s ‘Blade Runner’ and Clint Eastwood’s ‘Unforgiven’ wrapped into one.
An exploration of the challenges of morality in such an age would be interesting. Instead, Westworld decided to go in a safer and more predictable direction.
Critics of HBO’s ‘Westworld’ say all the plot twists hide shoddy storytelling. But the show is telling a profound story about suffering and consciousness.
HBO’s ‘Westworld’ could have been a thought-provoking commentary on the limits of artificial intelligence and the nature of human depravity. Instead, it just used cheap tricks and tired tropes to manipulate viewers.
We lose our humanity when we indulge in unconstrained freedom and self indulgence. Surprisingly, HBO’s ‘Westworld’ shares this lesson with its audience.
“Raiders of the Lost Ark” was not actually a sacred item passed to humankind on Mount Sinai and Steven Spielberg was not a God.
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