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At 1/18/13 09:57 PM, Xenomit wrote: It's just another action drama, there's hundreds of them =/
According to interviews with the director, it's supposed to have a lesson in the end about crossing the line between good and evil. Given that and all the dark humor, there's about a 90% chance of Walt dying tragically instead of carrying on the series until the writers get tired. Additionally, it's got a relatively good deal of moral and psychological complexity. If you watch a typical crime and justice show, they usually rely on people who jumped into a life of crime for stupid and oversimplified reasons (sheer greed, pleasure seeking, misanthropy, etc.), and they often face no consequences until the incorruptible police force catches them. In contrast, Breaking Bad explores how circumstances can force people into crimes and how different people react to getting away with it in the short term.
It also works some actual science into the frequent battles of wit that you get with any such show. No image enhancing programs here.
At 1/18/13 02:58 AM, Sekhem wrote: my favorite part is when walt jr dies
God damnit Sekhem, I haven't finished the series yet. Thanks for ruining it for me >:(
Just try not to get emotionally attached to your entertainment to the point that If someone gives it bad criticism you get offended like they just cursed a dead family member or worse, a dead pet.
At 1/19/13 01:17 AM, manopoly12 wrote: Just try not to get emotionally attached to your entertainment to the point that If someone gives it bad criticism you get offended like they just cursed a dead family member or worse, a dead pet.
I like your priorities there
At 1/19/13 01:02 AM, MonthlyVolatile wrote:At 1/19/13 12:59 AM, Jeffyx wrote:That doesn't actually happen, he's joking, you ditz.At 1/18/13 02:58 AM, Sekhem wrote: my favorite part is when walt jr diesGod damnit Sekhem, I haven't finished the series yet. Thanks for ruining it for me >:(
yeah he's right. It's Hank who dies.
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At 1/18/13 09:17 PM, Provoke wrote:
It's a complement, I love Tarantino.
Django Unchained was absolutely fucking awesome. I fucking love Tarantino, of course the first movie of his I saw was: Obviously Pulp Fiction and from then on, I have loved all of his movies.