This was a trick Nolan used in Person of Interest was to reuse a lot of pop songs, to great effect, but the twist here izzat they're configured as old timey piano stuff. The opening sequence was fantastic and I kept thinking that Ed Harris' man in black is a robot who has achieved a higher-level of individualism, thereby thats why bullets don't work on him, but he's probably one of the upper-level people who are using Westworld for a nefarious purpose. Anyway, the bookened scenes were fantastic, and the final fly-swat is downright shocking considering what it implies. Jeffery Wright is always great as someone who is borderline kind of scary as he oversees these robots but it seems his push for creating something better is starting to have the robots glitch out rather badly. And the glitch scenes were fantastic, especially the guy who made creative usage of milk. the implication is once they realize they're unstoppable killer robots, they won't shut down. I'm wondering if this isn't technically a reboot but a sequel because they mention the original park / malfunction, and the logos from the original company were in the cold storage sub-level.