Loved it mate. Brilliant tracks, lovely mixing. As per usual.

Pleased this post makes sense, H.

I've downloaded and will give it a whirl on the way home tonight.

Thanks, Ed.

Great movie.

Wally wrote:

Do you have a link to Hopkins being confirmed for season 2?

Not confirmed, but not saying no here;

http://www.ew.com/article/2016/12/05/we … -interview

Quite a good read, actually.

For anyone who's not just in here to berate.  The rest of you might as well fuck off;

The needless lingering on twist reveals (namely William = MIB - was there anyone left who *hadn't* worked that out by now?) was pretty annoying in the first half of the episode, but the second half really set up season two to be the show I was expecting when they first announced Westworld; humans vs self-aware robots in a mass, gory war, hopefully fluttering in and out of different parks like Samuraiworld. As a result of Ford's largely unsignposted plotting regarding the finale, a lot of the more prevalent mysteries of the first series were kind of made redundant, for example William/MIB's search for the maze becomes irrelevant when Ford enacts a series of events (making the hosts attack the guests) which is *exactly* what William/MIB had wanted to use the maze to do. His transformation from white hat to black hat still annoys me though, it's just so weak and tenuous. I can forgive all that though - and the various narrative strands that were left dangling (where the naff is Stubbs?) - if it means the second season is played much straighter.
 

On another note, I reckon the finale finally confirmed who/what was being built in Ford's lab. I assumed it would be an Elsie or Theresa replacement, but I'm 99% sure it's Ford. Either he had a host version of himself deliver the speech and take the bullet or, slightly more extreme, he's downloaded his personality into a host to achieve some form of immortality. There's a line he says that might have given the game away on that front, when he says: "Mozart, Beethoven, and Chopin never died. They simply became their music." That kinda hints that he might have become his own creation... plus Anthony Hopkins is already confirmed for the second season so we know he's not dead. Also, I thought this was pretty cool, a screenshot from episode six (we should have seen it coming!):

https://i.imgur.com/c9SHoKX.png

I also loved the touches with the music choices such as Radioheads Exit Music (for a film).  Just fit beautifully.

Those that didn't enjoy it clearly aren't intelligent enough to understand it.

Superb. Lined up brilliantly for season 2.

Cheeky.

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Can i be the first to say, WALOB.

Eric Bristow.

Like everyone's racist uncle.

Not bad.  But nothing stand out, for me.

So it seems as though pretty much every adult in the 70s / 80s was a nonce.

Hope loopy is ok.  Shame he's departed these parts.

Wish him well.

millsy23 wrote:

If anyone knows about surviving reg after reg after reg, it's Edward Smallman.

Think you'll find that's Edward Oliver Smallman.

Not something to be proud of, fellas.

Yant wrote:
millsy23 wrote:
Boring wrote:

Scarface. Crap.

Has there ever been a credible film with a montage scene?

Every Pixar film ever made.

And Karate Kid

Rocky.

Footloose!

millsy23 wrote:
Boring wrote:

Scarface. Crap.

Has there ever been a credible film with a montage scene?

Every Pixar film ever made.

And Karate Kid

Rocky.

smallman1 wrote:
Yant wrote:

Spurs' away support is as good as it gets.

Absolute drivel.

Quelle surprise.

Pushing hard for worst thread this week.

Spurs' away support is as good as it gets.

Reg, Grant.

Spurs have been singing that for about 30 years, Grant.

Wally's book

http://i.imgur.com/zee8127.png?fb

The Blackberry? probably.