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"West World" Review: Season 4 is confusing, but not complicated

I can't see anything. 

HBO's robot sci-fi hit "Westworld" is back in Season 4 after a two-year break (Season 3 aired in the spring of 2020). 

Season 4 (premieresat 9 pm on Sunday, June 26) will take action from the western adult theme parks where past seasons have been set. Wake up and the real world in a futuristic version of New York City. (Future New York also appeared in Season 3, but Season 4 will start a few years later.) 

This series simply throws the viewer in the middle, so it's a direction to this new world. There is not much sex. The story of some characters — and it's up to us to understand where they are now.

Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) lived her life as a friendly roommate Maya (Ariana DeBose, "West Side Story") and a meek woman named Christina. I am. Christina doesn't seem to remember her identity or her previous life. She wrote the story of an entertainment company about the background characters of video games.

She wants to write about her romance, but she is told that she needs to give her character a more violent purpose. She also receives a strange call from a man who seems to be in control of her life and wakes her up in the same position every morning (this was done in the park in her past season). It's a callback to the "loop" that was there).

Ariana DeBose and Evan Rachel Wood in "Westworld" Season 4 walk next to each other looking serious.
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Evan Rachel Wood looks at herself in a mirror.
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So she seems to live in another loop now. Without noticing, the character in the background itself. Of course, this raises the question: who controls her loop? (If she is one), why is she in it? Who else is the robot around her?

Other plot lines set up similar mysterious scenarios, leaving more questions than answers. William, also known as The Man in Black (Ed Harris), is still causing intense turmoil and has a malicious but vague end goal. Charlotte (Tessa Thompson) is still planning and has many iconic images such as flies and mazes. Mave (Thandiwe Newton) andCaleb (Aaron Paul)are teaming up on a mission, but while Mave is living a survival lifestyle, Caleb (additional season 3) also has his I have a wife and daughter's family. Alone in a remote cabin.

Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) is back. The love of Teddy Flood (James Marsden) and Dolores' stubborn cowboy is back. He died in Season 2 and wasn't in Season 3, but if you're a robot, death doesn't seem to be permanent.

Aaron Paul as Caleb in "Westworld" Season 4 wears a tux in a white room.
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Thandie Newton and Aaron Paul in "Westworld" Season 4 walk together in formal clothes.
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Ed Harris as William in "Westworld" Season 4.
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In In typical "Westworld" fashion, it's not clear where this is heading or what's happening. But it's all interesting. 

At its best, this show blends thrilling, thoughtful, intriguing, addictive plots with philosophical tones. At worst, it seems to believe that being secretly self-serious, thoughtful and complex is like being wise. Seasons 2 and 3 have fallen victim to the latter, but so far Season 4 has been intriguing. Yes, it's confusing, but as the storyline unfolds and you want more, there's enough information to start understanding the storyline.

It feels like it's back in the shape of "Westworld". It also gives a new feel to the futuristic New York City setting and the characters in the various stories.

If you're dissatisfied with Season 3, this new ride is worth checking out.