Review of Breaking Bad

60 minutes

Breaking Bad revolves around 50-year old high school chemistry teacher Walter White in Albuquerque, New Mexico. After Walter is diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, he turns to a criminal life, and starts producing and selling methamphetamine with his former student Jesse Pinkman in order to secure his family's financial future.
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Nov 20, 2015 7:14AM EST
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Perhaps the idea that initiated this film is revolutionary, maybe some situations are predictable and can find minuses along the way but what makes this series to be so good is in the most part is 'absurd realism' 'that proves most often. Heroes series go through situations, personal crises, integrates seamlessly landscape or conversations and you see yourself as a mere spectator starring them if you are in their midst. Black humor of the script is not constant but change the rhythm at times overwhelming that you require plot development. 'Breaking Bad' is not '' recipe '' Hollywood, people are not simply good and bad. The series offers a '' whole range of gray '' morality moments ambiguous and witnessing the breakup of principles, a transformation (in the case of Walt) that attack the cancer more decisively than himself. It would be a lot to talk about this show but what can be said without any doubt is that you're in front of the screen and makes you really want the next episode. What ultimately is the goal of every film of this kind is not it? Enjoy!

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