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"lisa joy" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show
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"lisa joy" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show
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"lisa joy" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Let's talk about Lisa joy who is one of the show runners Westworld she's married to Jonathan Nolan. The the brother of Christopher Nolan they've run Westworld and she's directed episodes of Westworld, which have been incredible. And she's going to be making her feature film directory all debut with it with a new sci-fi thriller each day, tell us about it. At least a joy is writing and set to direct a sci-fi thriller called reminiscence, which is currently in talks with Hugh Jackman and Rebecca Ferguson to star. And this will Mark. Choice feature electoral debut as you said, and it's this ambitious sort of sci-fi thriller slash romance. Which is set in a near future world where technology has enabled people to recapture or relive their memories. And Hugh Jackman is that was in talks to play the lead a PI who whose client who for his clients. He recaptures their memories or tries to find their memories of some sort and record. Ferguson is one of his clients who vexes and intrigues him in. They end up falling in love before she mysteriously vanishes a very excited about this. Because you know, least joy seems like a very smart woman. Number one, number two. She has shown that she has the chops to direct good good stuff feet. She directed episode of I think Westworld season two called riddle of this Phoenix at this Finks. And I remember that being one of the best episodes of that. Season of I think vulture call that the best episode of that season. I think she's very talented. I think if you watch behind the scenes interviews with her and Jonathan Nolan it's very clear that she's like, the brains of the operation, he just sort of sits there very quietly as she talks about everything in sounds very telling it, so I don't wanna undersell Jonathan Nolan keynote because he's written things I've really liked, but it's clear what it comes to this show. She sort of taking the lead. Yeah. And this seems like a passion project for her as well because she wrote the script a few years ago, and it made the blacklist several years ago, and she is set to again, right in direct it and bring it to in front of studios for a to view later the deal rather. And it will has not yet been picked up, but it will probably be in a bidding situation, especially with Hugh Jackman, Rebecca Ferguson attached for sure let's get to a bunch. A bit of news the hit after we recorded the podcast yesterday in that is that Zach Snyder is going to be making another movie, which is kind of interesting in its self because he's kind of in directors jail at this point. But he's meeting the movie for Netflix, not Warner Brothers. So he's leaving his home at Warner Brothers making a film for net flicks. Where he's going to get probably complete creative control. Chris toes about this film. The film is cold army of the dead, and it's a heist movie, but it's a heist movie set during as ambi- apocalypse or zombie outbreak. So there's this ambi- operate in Las Vegas and a guy. Assembles a team of mercenaries to help him go pull off this high. So I guess it's sort of like ocean's eleven but with zombies, and like you said, it's gonna be on Netflix. And you know, it might turn out really well because Zach Snyder even though I haven't liked anything. He's made a while. I m really. A big fan of his dawn of the dead remake. And that of course, is Asami movie. So it sounds like this is hymns were returning to that. And if he can sort of recreate what he did there. I might actually enjoy this. I've been reporting on this movie for over ten years originally X net or came up with the story. And I forget someone else was going to direct it. I don't remember who. But you know, now, he, you know, he's taking on this on this the store that he created. I think he co wrote the script and he says in this interview with Hollywood reporter. There are no handcuffs on me at all on with this one. It will be the most kick ass self-aware..
"lisa joy" Discussed on Talk Filmy to Me
"With the nolan and lisa joy and still i ain't fucking clue is tv shows about but telling you who has a close it's my host it's my og it's my main man john desk immense how you doing buddy i'm amazing and i'm as confused as you are are we westworld on not that far for season two and i keep getting lost you know when you can't finish an episode yet i feel like we've westworld right now and i love the first series couldn't stop watching it i'm a bit disappointed so far but as ever you can't judge these things until you get to at least episode five i say yeah always side halfway point is where you decide to commit not from that point in but with with westworld it does pick up like just bear with it and you can't do anything else where westworld is on you have to really focus on what's going on in the different narrative streams and i don't see with nolan we know he messes with you with time so there's definitely some of that trickery going on as well why for an interesting is that of the other tv show to be oh mike's game affirms is the big one and westworld is their attempts to think right of assay we know guy is going to come to an end we need another tv show to become the biggest tv share in the world and genaro that money for that's why westworld generates more money or spend more money almost world at this stage in its developments are caused it did on game affirms and the quality's i'll i personally think if you compare like for life who is better from season one to season to else still and the collectors and stuff but i find with gema franz sorry confusing that you spend the first five episodes guarding our remember that person i know that oh yeah i remember that oh who's that guy again are like him and that mash to put that on crack and speed it up in westworld to like arms also confused even i yeah i well i you know nolan's during it so i figured there was a time thing going on but i still can't really get xactly what what is going on but hey robots trying to side who's a robot and who's not a good game for the first couple of episodes anyway that's got fiber character i like the woman the host woman who is a robot and is like used as the sexy one and she likes to jesus people i just passed a obviously very personality not because of any finance who's your fannie newton's character the one who was a host become self aware and used to run the brothel she was emission impossible to iowa go bashful she's on screen because i think she's really really amazing but and also a like a lights teddy at harris's character the man in black and harris place such good bad guy doesn't it pays brilliant actually former neighbors amazing the is now an absolute like movie star and tv star and he stayed in neighbors i feel like maybe we should do actually a spoiler cast that whispered season so once you've watched it and i've i've been multiple support groups and got my couch out and maps and and tried to decode some of this because it is absolutely anyway riccar calm with news news the predator we'll talking about this a few weeks back shame blacks directing the first teaser trailer drops about two free weeks ago we went tickly impressed with it we fall okay we'll we'll see what else this this froze subsidizing black has listened to the community a lot the feedback was a photo spice be at all right phil mrs looks like every other crappy spin off that's been there and he's on roy i'll show you guys and drop to new trader this is definitely all righted is eighteen months old it's glorious mayhem and has loads of gore and it's a boot as well this act she looks like it is a return to form i.
"lisa joy" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Conaco had like he does for a simmering rage so well he's the kind of person i definitely wouldn't wanna get a bollocking from i think that would go badly for me so you shouldn't make up a song about him well he knows he knows that we sing about him when we have carrier so it's fine okay what else stood out for you this season of anything else you wish to talk about for example where will it go next cry i mean the outside world right so i think what dolores was after all along and actually for me you thought you were following bernard's quest but actually you following delors his quest which was to be given the opportunity to build the owner world and everything in tiles and i think that's the starting point for where we are in season for air but as we've got three worlds shit on the parks yet but the parks is also where although souls now where whereas all that consciousness are the people who crossed over into utopia completely dead like ruler sublime comeback well the sublime comeback can ever reopen what happened to all the characters that we saw die like this there's a lot of questions but i think the outside world if if season two was all about trying to reach whatever was on the other side of the door and they have that be interesting in terms of how they paint the real world and how they live within the real world but then how presumably they can have to go back the pokes that somebody has forgotten something important we have to no i think they have read it world i think they should have a world is happening westworld will robots it's interesting it's going to be a nice counterpoint to jurassic world three isn't it but with robots so you're going to have dolores whoever charlotte haley's out in whoever she uses with the other pills she has tried to actually kill or humans and take over the world and then benard bless him on his own truck stop them while that's a mismatch meanwhile we'll find out what's happening with the man in black way in the future i'm not happening there who knows who knows or dares to dream we do have a few questions from ben j claw clues sorry at benji clues for the first time in westwood i noticed the aspect ratio repeatedly changed over the course of the episode do you think this means anything besides bad planning on the part of the camera crew no they deliberately i believe and i know this because i read it they use animals lenses for one of the timelines to show you clearly what it is i think it becomes more obvious in the last episode because under a subtly the year that starts delivers you know what time on urine at ugly biker says love the episode in shogun world however in terms of the whole plot was it arguably a bit self indulgent may discovering her powers could have been done a bit quicker that being said samurai fights and mid head decapitations were a highlight as we were saying earlier that undeb sodi both arguably all selfindulgent but for me lovely kind of poses because the kind of intensity and the number of just what is happening psychotic moments that you have joining one normal episode of westworld for me they were lovely breeders and they were lovely kind of moments to remind me about the show and just the pace change it was really great so i think i think it's definitely selfindulgent but i didn't mind it fulla show different people coming in and telling stories within this world what would people do and they felt very refreshing light changes voice to the main thing i do think selfindulgence is some in this series is guilty of it's interesting when isn't it so it's it's ten episodes it's not over along like it's not interminable of some of netflixing marvel shows but the.
"lisa joy" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"The in the nelson episode i just thought were absolutely extraordinary little bit more down on the deloris teddy stuff generally for me that was the slowest stuff in the season because it just felt a bit it didn't feel they have enough of them to do so it just felt like they were constantly traveling and doing one looks there wasn't a lot of that then that was just a lot of aimless traipsing around don't even let's get started on the timelines of how long it takes to get from one place to another on horse in a jeep or on foot consistencies yeah no i know what you mean got bogged down slightly in places i didn't find them traipsing around as compelling as i found her journey for example with william and sees want which i really enjoy had no idea what was happening that was pretty good stuff i enjoyed cowardice deloris again is really good character but again this consistency things which baffled me like she essentially makes herself indestructible shoes through shifts personality it seems whereas no one else even may who has admin rights is gifted with particular power i think he actually made a moments where i felt speci towards the end of the season where she just became kind of a not a boring but when she was a rampaging killing revenge thing yeah and i think she thought you kind of lost the darkness in the light and shade of her character which you know you've rooted for her in season one in she went to such a kind of a monitoring place and i actually kind of was really reaching for her to come back and have some of those more of those countries more of those dilemmas and at least stuff with teddy allowed hurts kind of ask some fundamental questions of herself why she decided to do stuff and the role of the greater go to what was worth sacrificing what wilson and to see her face smith those decisions in the last few episodes because she just became this killing machine and i think maeve actually sunday newton stole the season for me because she was dealing with this new phenomenal power she spent the whole episode right laying on the table with guts hanging our she'd never even like suddenly said until the last three seconds of the episode and she was amazing i was like great acting herge the character journey for her this season johnson she's the mvp isn't she my tiny newton was fantastic in this so good just whether it be emotional angst over the daughter who isn't her daughter who's actually with another mother does even know who she is was unrequited maternal love which is a weird concept and has sort of revenge thing and her sort of waking up to her powers the way she relates with the other host the way she relates with humans she becomes neo she does she she becomes the one and i think she and richard probably both please there was significantly less gratuitous nudity this is which is probably a bad thing it was a jeffrey wright nudity there isn't always welcome populate amount but i guess i guess they're pushing dolores more towards villain territory may because the showed needs some needs people to root for need some people to rear against you watch game of thrones it's really clear who the good guys in the packers are despite all the kind of you know grey areas westwood is all grey sometimes you watch it and you go are not reaching anyone quite hard here it's balance on just all of them the end of the icing by the end of the second season you've got no good guys but guys think the whole thing that those house were meant to symbolize the black that that was completely gone because actually what you'd go is a huge load of really complex characters the man in black do you have sympathy for when you when you have this relationship with his daughter and even when you work you work at why he's why did kill himself he still somehow have some kind of empathy for this man seems just hell bent on suicide body and actually to deliberate counts because western for the nature tend to be foreign redone it is very white how black and they used that metaphor quite directly the best is sort of the most noble currencies in season to the native americans in the prostitutes the cowboys who speaking of prostitutes clementine i mean really need some lines and some character i loved her dead roy of death she.
"lisa joy" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Bumbling around not knowing what's going on because even though he has williams's he's deliberately on them i want to see us sort of mr bean style spin off which is sort of fifteen minute episodes of getting into awkward situation yoga but not at the swimming bath yeah yeah yeah it's interesting and then you've got the dolores and benard sequence which i i thought actually all that stands afterwards that's offered they've got out that's her but i think that's isn't that her before all of this when she's creating benard because he's wearing the cornflower blue dress which doesn't have in the real world after right see i thought then i thought that doesn't make because the dress hey deloris and she's got but she eats the same she's got the same her style as when they took her out to market in the city so i wonder if they've deliberately kind of not fudged it but made it less than clear short flips from one to the other way you see her in the dress and then suddenly he's naked and she's in the dress so either that was deliberate of discussion all it's essentially it's happening both what she's sitting with him in the same place because it's home as she sat with him once before when she was programming benard to make him on old because fundamentally is the same thing right it makes sense they show both between the two bothered me she said to him she goes we're testing as we've done countless times before she says it's countless and then she spells out the literal number it's like you can't say it's countless when you keeping track i'm just i'm just bug me don't don't you you think think i thought really interesting theme of this season was sacrifice on sacrificed both from the host perspective and from the human perspective and if you think about sensually what maeve does at the end is you know sacrifice for the for her daughter you think about what dolores you know and she thinks when she changes teddy which aren't that whole plot i love teddy teddy's but you know that again was an interesting twist on free will which is she felt like he wouldn't survive he wasn't she had to make him tougher for his own good she sacrificed a bit of him for essentially the greater good and but she took away his free well when he he essentially commits suicide some really shocking moment but it's for him his ultimate exertion of free will and she in that moment is the person who's taken it from him which introduced really kind of murky gray area it's personality spelled up perfectly that your talking philosophy on about pedantry so there are two things about that bug me one she didn't need people to hold him down while she adjusted him because she did it with data pat he could have been asleep it would have been fine and second of all she has the flatten bullet which essentially goes into his head and she uses it to make sure it explodes after certain it's like gunstone work that way where did you put it in the gun did you put that to make it blow up a blue after four or five shots that i don't know that that she timed so the yeah it was magic lead us i don't know i think she cheat timed it so the full phone was when she was right next to him so i don't know i don't know it doesn't make me she slipped in something and whatever bullet anyway it doesn't matter so that's the thing that happened but teddy yeah teddy was an interesting character i like like good teddy sweet teddy he weren't killed people teddy on then evil psychotic teddy get bad teddy incredible because there would be seconds and it would literally second of two seconds where you would say the old tudy kind of fighting in and the kind of you'd see this moment of real pain at johnny's face before he flipped back to being psycho six and i saw actually james watson played it like beautifully absolutely beautifully because you could see him kind of fighting to come out and some of those moments in especially in.
"lisa joy" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Becoming the hero of every narrative sometimes you have to be a little bit allow yourself to be vilnai's d in order to be a real hero you know you have to make some tough calls and if you don't then you lose the war and that doesn't benefit anyone and so i think she's really struggling with what a lot of people in leadership positions struggle with you know she isn't allowed to express vulnerability in the same way the last thing he wanted to march into a battle with somebody who's talking about you know how many misgivings they have battle and so she understands who she has to become as ford said at the end of season one she's like he said do you know who you who you need to become in order to survive and she did and she embraced that mantle and all it's incumbent hardships and we're gonna ask one more question literally up seventy eight the question all time together it's been breif but i wanna ask we're talking about heroes on talk about lease is more because my gold that man had that like very surprising turn of events with and he definitely got a like a hero whose og i fell towards the end can you talk a little bit about the that character where he's being oh did you okay sorry i just missed you saying the name yeah we love we love that care there's nothing more fun than redeeming character kind of it kind of goes flies in the face of the thing that dolores bernard of just been told in the previous scene which is that people can't change that humans don't have free will and in the very next scene ucf human exercising appears to be free will right and and so that's part of the conundrum with his character that always there in the in the beginning the capacity for being a better person and it was about the circumstances changing right or is there is there something that refute what what what lord bernard i've just learned plays in larger question of the series for us which is is there anything redeeming about you beings from the perspective of the house and which of these strategies because to me it's not as lisa said it's not necessarily about sympathizing with dolores which is recognizing that there are different ways to respond to the situation the hosts find themselves in maeve has one lowers has another and bernard has yet another on what delors speaks to at the at the end of the season is the fact that she can on the very least recognize that each of those each of those strategies are part of greater home there's a messy nece viral too messy nece that humans have tolerated for many years you think the range of behaviors that humans consider acceptable range of personalities that we find within within humanity and it's clear that we've been you know that certain people tilted towards certain types of behaviors others and it's somewhere that composite of all of us the mass of humanity that we've managed to survive you know when it comes to lay we love that character and from the beginning plan for him to to to eventually get his come up which was to sort of become the thing he'd been writing for the whole time sirens lovely lovely actor on a lovely person to work with and a lot of fun writing for them well thank you so much i'm gonna ask you my questions won't finish recode invest thank you thank you jonathan thank you that was it that was the two genius behind the show now let's hear from three idiots who just watched it so what did everyone think about the seasons a whole on the finale in particular i loved season two and i thought the finale was fantastic but i said on twitter quite early on in this season that i was looking forward to the day on which i could watch it and not immediately have to go wti f just happened in was well so it's brain bender melda melter yeah it had that too it weekly i think i had i didn't find as troublesome as i thought i would this season i just thought it took a very long time to get where it needed to go like says what the whole thing is roughly ten ten and.
"lisa joy" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Of them she wants to we're very china for that story goes but for this season that's story about sacrifice and family in that that's something seem you see throughout the characters one of my favorite bits of the finale was catch to being reunited with his wife and that was just because that was one of my favorite episodes absurd eight a remarkable piece of television and oversight that an episode five with a to kind of stunned alone episodes if it's what we're calling them but they kept going back to this theme of family and sacrifice and in many respects it made me think how different really all say sean that hale and dolores in terms of that belief in why they failed they need to take the actions that they take book do you want to talk a little bit league throughout dolores yeah you know it's funny because going into this season for delors we knew that we were going to try to do something that really tested our audiences conception of who this character was we worked with evan to talk about it and you know there weren't that many templates for her to draw from because you don't often see this kind of character right she went from being the sort of you know winsome bride i adventures daughter to be kind of horrified witness to the tragedies of her own life and then she emerges as this kind of new character with the firing of gun at the end of the season then this season it became well what now where does where does this character with this burden in this awareness go and what she went was she became a leader but leadership in that role that birth into new role was not easy for her i don't think it would be easy for anybody one of the things that we did when when looking at this was i met with a couple people from the military especially i met with a couple of high ranking women to talk about what leadership was like for them and you know in person i met with this one general who so warm and maternal and so kind generous and the thing that she told me that was really fascinating was you know when you're dealing with the ship and she was dealing with the ship was you know that every action every choice that you make you have to be thinking about the whole ship no one person can outweigh the good of everyone you have to stay afloat you have to keep everyone alive so if there's a weak link you have to address it even though your heart may bleed for them because there's a bigger 'cause here now deloris has realized from the past how violent humans can be what they will do to the host if they see them as rivals they know that they won't accept them in their world and she is trying to ensure the longevity of her kind in doing that much like its military figure that i spoke to she has to make some really tough calls her own emotional needs become subservient to the needs of the whole even when she changes teddy she's in some ways doing the one thing that she's hated the most controlling racing a part of their personalities she's becoming almost like dr ford in her own way but she's doing it as a temporary measure because there's nothing she can imagine worse than losing him if.
"lisa joy" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Like us they have memories like us they have baggage but they also have the ability to to reach into their subconscious drive and change them now of course you do your head in thinking about well the criteria or the inform the decisions they might make when they go in and change those drives how much delors is passed will dictate how she changes herself but there is still that ability alternately to go in there and change change the baseline parameters to get in there and and alter the thing that is making those decisions which humans can't i don't know if i answer the question there i wanna talk a little bit about the other worlds we under well so universities is the right word so we've talked about the real world that they they're in the andrew obviously got the park and then the other kind of what we calling it the bit through the crack that's why i'm calling the sublime this sublime that's good i'll take this blind so you've got the sublime and i think it's really interesting again it's playing with point of view in perception in that delors is convinced this is just yet another false promise she calls it that the hosts kind of blindly going into and you see some of them and it so you but then obviously the other perspectives because leaving their physical bodies behind they fall off the edge of the cliff and their bodies of their how presume all of those worlds will be there in season three the world with the hosts who've escaped i mean i think you know as as dolores says you know the stakes of the end of season two are huge and as ler says when she changes the coordinates and blast the hosts information somewhere else somewhere where we can never find them they can never find them where they never i i'm considering myself part of the human that joan knows of dump blow my cover you know i think convincing human smarter than most i think that they've kind of come to their own their own peace and that as we move on the story that we really focus on is the people left behind in this room and there's not a lot of survivors last left in this world it's you know dolores and you know a creature that certainly looks like hail renard and a few marbles a few pearls that have come consciousness in it and then you know maeve body is there and we'll see we'll see what happens with her but you know i think that part of the season is it deals with loss and it deals with consequence you know and to give the dignity to the choice that those hosts made is something that dolores struggled with an ultimately learn to accept right her idea of freedom is getting out into the real world and duke it out for survival and control but a lot of the hosts hosts that we've come to love and admire they don't share the same priorities and i think it's interesting because as humans very attached to our our bodies right but you know most religions will kind of claim that it's not really the body that counts and besides our bodies change every day right we don't have the same bodies we were born with i don't have the same bodies yesterday and we certainly won't have the same bodies a year from now bodies our federal they're merely the vessels that something else inhabit some form of consciousness now with a host that's all the more true because they weren't even born into it they were just kind of given an designed body by someone else the thing that is attornal the thing that is real to them is that which is in their cpu the pearl inside their inside their heads even the world isn't real and part of what we are looking at this season is the idea of what would it take what would a host want to evolve into it wouldn't necessarily be the same metric in the.
"lisa joy" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"To them about the season so grab your day kat prime clutch the at that ecstasy listen for dummies book to your chest and that's what they had to say so we all thrilled speed join today by the co creators executive producers directors of west world jonathan nolan and lisa joy hello how are you doing great not to jet lag very excited to be here you look lovely and have say my head's reeling little little bit because i just watched the finale just over an hour ago which means my brain historymaking annoys that it doesn't normally may the last hour so we've got lots and lots to talk oh so i want to jump right in on the finale right so for me felt very different than the season one finale fell out there more resolutions in in the season finale and more kind of questions left open at the end of this which you agree with deliberate kind of decision from you guys it's funny i i don't think of it as leaving too many questions open so much is suggesting hopefully balkan have ways where the story goes next which is a grand reinvention turn cuckney yeah i mean you do so you there were things like you discover replay what the forges for example and you know it's it's hustle the gestating will moment where it says a full million souls ever in there but it raises tons and tons of questions about what's going on there and so it seems to have moved from concern around misuse of ai to actually a proper study of humanity and what it means to be human very much the idea for us of the second season the first season if we've been looking at the nature of artificial consciousness in the second season we're interested in turning that turn that magnifying glass back on the people created the host in the first place and asking the question of how different is human consciousness than host conscious now limited is human consciousness in the sense that we are the only i say we assuming that lease is not a robot but i'm not we're we're the only example of conscious that we can interact with that we can look at and so we tend to think of as complete but there's a reason to imagine that it's complete there's no reason to imagine that are human for of consciousness is as good as it gets nothing that was where the questions we're interested in asking yeah i mean i think the season we inverted so many things you know the natures of you know good and evil the people that we took for granted as being the protagonists we started to delve deeper into every character's arc in motivations and found that morality isn't necessarily binary you know in the finale you finally see the way in which dolores is choices and actions have paid off what she was fighting for the entire time and i think it contextualising a little bit some of the some of the more dramatic actions that she took because she was looking for a new type of freedom for more than just herself for everyone but you also saw countervailing look at what what some the other host to find freedom to be and they were different and i think the tension and possibility of that is something that reflects the sort of plurality of of philosophies in humans as well and i think morality thing is really interesting because obviously you know it's been symbolized by the blackout in white house you say it's it has been really binary construct but delors i think is a fascinating character who you know she she speaks about how nobody really house frey was specially not human beings they think they have they don't but then obviously she takes arguably teddy's free will away from him and so it's it's very mature spurs is is the means to the end justified and and all of that and shifting would you say across the all of the characters mountain black dolores maeve maybe not shifting in terms of in terms of morality and people as you say those archetypes not being so defined one of the questions you ask.
"lisa joy" Discussed on Westworld: The Recappables
"This would actually new for you learning this one got me this is from lisa joy explaining dolores emotional journey in the finale and she said there was an ironic defeat this is quoting lisa joy there was an ironic defeated for own goal's meeting dolores in the execution of how to reach those goals in the end the lesson delors learned is that she can change she's changed her mind she changed her philosophy it's an acknowledgement that there are other pass than hers and that she needs to be tolerant and accepting and can't stand in the way she's come to understand that freedom isn't something that arises from lack of dissent from dicta to'real tol tarian rule of ideologies that all happened office your facebook what does that is a long it but the point is that delors is like i want to end humanity get shot bernard brings her back and then she's like yeah we're on the same team now there was no journey she didn't have any moment we didn't see delors's come to that conclusion or anything she just died and bernard brought her back and she's like all right final banner team none of that happened on screen no i was reading that i was like that is we talked we talked about it last night too because they're coming back i mean like it would have been easier to convey the very simple change you know like decision that she made in that moment or leading up to that moment which is to say you know you were right or i'm doing this because he wrote me back or would i mean there's a lot of little things that could have ceded that the but the way that she just said you know this very formal very excuse me robotic like know that we are capable of changing our minds yeah i far would have preferred very transactional still disagree with you but i realized i cannot do this without you that would have been way better yeah to say that she had some journey those frustrating between life and death and it happens like off screen and lake somewhere in there like she changes her mind about everything and so what does be some like death acid trip kind of conversation with her father for three minutes instead of the some logan plotters everything else is bringing a really weird acid trip and asian but yes just to go back again the super questions here we determined that like the brain balls like cannot be destroyed at least not by conventional means no they can be destroyed but they can't be shot will control units are bulletproof but the ball the brain ball control units brain balls sort of confusion goals brain can shoot them and their bulletproof it seems they're very sturdy yes so deloris i mean bernard shot her and functionally killed her but then was able to extract the control unit stick it in another host and she's online and remembers i mean it's the same soul the same whatever yes in that was just up living up to that moment where she got shot correct a whole most definitely so so destroying the cradle was important why that's a great question i the thing i noticed when they all the behind the scene i guess they could have just done a separate control unit for everybody but so for the purposes of the show when jonathan only joy were giving interviews explaining it they were very careful to say like you don't wanna lose any of them like physically misplace i was actually very intrigued by how they only use like at language it was never like fitter straight it was always like if you lose them so i don't think these things are indestructible but they the thing i'm shocked about is all the humans died there aren't really in human characters last because william who i guess is human maybe but like elsisi gone all the important humans are gone but they didn't actually kill stuff yes substrates to be hope turns to be william i i'm calling william host i don't care what you say while we're being negative nancy's and then we can get to the fun stuff in a second the stubs thing was cool until i learned that jonathan nolan director they wrote it on the less they wrote it they jonathan nolan wrote that plot hole he wrote that line of dialogue the night before they they filmed it and even lesser hand rain brother i don't think that was the plan though i think he decided that after heard that was the interpretation i got from.
"lisa joy" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"It recognize him sitting across from you this whole time then he breaks the bottle stabs it in his neck missing credible action scene just plays out and it's just so well choreographed yeah and it's really well choreographed in that read at ama lisa joy talks about how this was probably her favorite seemed to shoot in the episode i believe her exact let me see if i yeah her exact quote of why this was her favorite scene was ed harris killing a bunch of mother workers in the rain is right up there like that does seem like a fun day onset yeah absolutely that would be a good time so that all plays out the man in black is going to save everybody in the town lawrence's going to get the honors shooting major craddock he's gonna blow him up you would like to think that that's probably the end for major critic saddling i mean i think it's it's likely it's not like an unlikely possibility that that is it's hard to come back from an explosion that being said in season one maven hector burned themselves completely and burned their bodies to ask and then we're rebuilt from the ground up and that was their way of trying to sneak out of the park so we have seen it before that as long as like your backups or whatever are are still intact they can build new shells they can build new control unit so it's not impossible that critic could come back as important to have an external hard drive indeed right back it up.
"lisa joy" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"I love how beautiful the landscape is i love how indepth all of the characters are in that's not to take away from other shows that you mentioned that i don't watch i just i was instantly captivated by sort of the concept of it all and i keep saying this over and over again but michael crichton created this right yes he had some messed up dreams about fem park ride i just have to say we're really digging down deep but i are you excited for the episode later on in season to where we go to drastic park on my god i can't even i can't even now but i i grew up watching star trek next generation i always loved the hologram so this sort of like maybe earn a holiday the holiday ouch i always appreciated the holiday episodes so i feel like this is maybe sort of turning into that same direction in a way so it's appropriate that the former co host of the later days of lost lives are coming into this episode and it is very very sad that joe who is such a nurse erred for loss we talk about lost all the time on this podcast is missing out on this episode so we'll definitely be sure to get her takes on the episode when she comes back and joins us again but this is like it's certainly starts off riddle of the spinks in the most lost e in way humanly possible which i know is a show that you really loved as well and for me and i know a bunch of people have said this already there have been some great takes on this about how this might be not just the best episode of season two of westworld so far but maybe the best episode of westworld so far outright i'm feeling like that's it's maybe a little quick to reach that conclusion but at the same time i'm hard pressed to think of a more singular unique episode than this one it was it was directed by series co creator lisa joy and she is she doesn't incredible job in this in this episode that is impressive for so many reasons one of which is there's no.
"lisa joy" Discussed on The Watch
"Yeah i mean there's always a missing girl there's a dead girl or there's someone whose identity there's there's shirt they're six ross yeah right it's how you fill in that bucket and again it's very possible that if we were to sit down with john nolan and lisa joy which fare much doubt they would do is they might say well we're playing with the idea of the bucket just you're not about what's in it sure and again intellectually okay interested fine are you can make a compelling point for that but but i i don't think it's pleasurable to sit through seventy five minutes of consider the bucket is this really a bucket at all okay so this actually ties it pretty well with berry because what berry does so well we could leave less world where we live what i'm blown away by by berry is how it takes something that is in the elevator pitch you're like feel like people have tried to make hitmen interesting for longtime what's going to be different about this one and they check every box when when you everything you want from a show whether it's humor whether it's like actual human moments whether it's a detailed world where it feels very lived in and that the writers know what they're talking about when they're writing either whether it's the world of struggling actors in the valley or hitman for hire who have connections so the chechen mafia and everything else and the bolivian drug cartels it's it's like so fully realized that in twenty two minutes.
"lisa joy" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Awesome yeah i look forward to hearing what you think about that maybe can come back on the show and let us know pap coin all the all the crunching that would throw things off so yesterday on the podcast we talked about westworld and how jonathan nolan and lisa joy who are the creators and show runners of the show essentially offered up a strange promise they said that if enough people up voted there post on read it they would release a video that spoils the entire second season of the show in order to reveal the information to a select group of gatekeepers and the hope would be for those people to then be able to sort of guide or control the flow of information across the internet and in the hopes of protecting people who didn't want to be fully spoiled for what's going on so it was a a strange idea to say the least and we talked a lot about that yesterday last night they did reach their requirement of one or of a one thousand up votes and they released video on read it and i guess i should say spoilers for westworld season two coming up but not really like a little bit but if you guys have so i'll i'll put it this way when i went on read it last night and saw this video a lot of people in that community were had not watched it on purpose because they were not wanting to be spoiled and they therefore they didn't know what was in this video and i'm gonna tell you right now what is in this video have you don't wanna know at all then skip ahead five minutes or something like that in the podcast and we'll go from there so finally warning this video begins with it appears to be legitimate jeffrey wright who plays bernard on the show is narrating what seems to be some pretty real plot points we see some footage that we've never seen before of his character waking up on a beach and meeting the head of delo security and he slowly begins remembering what happens to him and then all of a sudden he walks into the main western town i think it's called sweetwater in the show and we see angela sarafian believe that's how you pronounce her name the actress who plays clementine and evan rachel wood who plays dolores on the show.
"lisa joy" Discussed on TV Avalanche
"Jonathan nolan lisa joy doing this was in part a playful or not reaction to the fact that read it figured out season one big twist after the second or third episode and then they had to deal with over the next couple of months so if the show just about we're going prize you and they tell you the surprises in advance that's really dumb and obviously they wasn't something that they were going to do so i guess i'm glad about that but it was weird yeah they was a little weird and what's funny is win it happened there's the voice in my head that's been a person who works on the internet for a while where every time i see something like that i get like the this fake is this fake this is fake this can't be real this is fake i assume it's nathan for you stunt that we're all going to be suckered into it some point i assume somehow jimmy kimmel is involved but this was one where i really i was on the fence i really did no because like you said that the problems they had the first season were problems i mean once everyone figuring out who the man in black was at once it kind of became a recurring thing that every week there'd be a little bit more evidence that they were thinking they're teasing it out and the rest of us are like yep that's right that's right that's right week after week after week i didn't know maybe they were taking some crazy at left field reaction to to deal with it but.