Breaking Bad Season 2 720p Hdtv X264 175 🥊
Breaking Bad Season 2 720p Hdtv X264 175
Jon Hamm is a perfect Hank in this segment, a sort of off-kilter morpheus figure who knows exactly whats going to happen to him but doesnt know what to do about it. Theres something hysterical about the fact that at this stage Hank is a recovering drug addict with a stable job at the bank, seeing his old partner for the first time in years and knowing that he doesnt remember him even asking for his help while his debt to the tune of thousands of dollars was ready to be picked up by the feds. It doesnt have to get any worse and after Hank threatens to hurt his own family and deliver himself to the Feds it does indeed get worse, as Hank asks Walt for a gun, and Walt cant help but give him one because he has one for himself. This is also the first instance where Hank is in any way dependent on Walt, a dependence that wouldnt last for long, but it marks a huge change for him as an agent of the law and a starting point for something entirely new. By the way, for the first time in Breaking Bads history of breaking bad, Walt doesnt kill and drug Hank but rather himself. Its a statement on the frailty of the law in this country that Hank cant have his protection if he doesnt protect him first.
This is the first full scene in the final episode of Breaking Bad and it packs an enormous emotional wallop with multiple subtexts that all culminate in a brilliant moment. The first of these is the sheer scale of the moment: Walter White is back on top, he has made it, he is free. The second is the fact that these last few moments of Breaking Bad are the closest weve ever seen the audience get to Walter White without him being a character. He is communicating like he does in the pilot, where he is at the end of that life and is trying to understand the different ways in which it can end. Having seen not just one but two thirds of the lives that Walt could have lived we should find ourselves more interested in the fact that this was his choice than in who he turned out to be. Of course, there are plenty of other things that this scene says about the kinds of reflections that the character of Walter White can have on those who have stared out from his shoes, with perhaps the most obvious being that it is possible to make it out. That said, as I mentioned above, theres something hysterical about the way that Cranston is able to make you feel that what is happening between him and Walt isnt real and that they are two characters for a moment and then simply observing each other rather than acting out the lives they are living. Its a scene that captures the essence of the show perfectly.
theres a side effect of that and that is that Breaking Bad really stands on its own as a storytelling accomplishment. It really does. I also was just amazed to see the serendipity of having a Saul Goodman character come into the story and in being able to talk to him, he tells this story that I think could have been a real movie. And that movie, thats the movie Breaking Bad, with that ending. It was the perfect conclusion. I mean, one of the things that was so extraordinary about it was that theres a bunch of people in it who really were the fan favorites, who were characters that were in Breaking Bad, and so there are things in there that I think I love about the original. But there are other things that I think are so profound about the show. Thats not a rare thing in storytelling, but that ones got to be very special, because of what it did to the way people connect to stories, how it made people feel about its subjects. The things that we love about the story are directly tied to the events of that show.
With two of the main characters of Breaking Bad returning for Breaking Bad spinoff series Better Call Saul, it was only a matter of time before the two of them crossed over. In a very real way, the two shows helped mold one another; two shows with similar storylines that explore the underbelly of the American dream.
The hard-hitting series finale of “Better Call Saul” has come and gone, and it’s safe to say that the bar has been set extremely high. This season finale works so well for the series in the way it integrates the current storyline with the original story. This was not a flashback/follow-up that showed things that happened in the past, but instead it showed things that happen in the present.