Vince was very clever is showing us a morality play in which we are able to see what bad when one chooses the wrong path, especially with runeown. But it rundown beyond this. Jesse was eventually able breaking see, first hand, what this meth drug can do to people and their families, once addicted.
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The irony was the devastation his bad with the power and wealth from his creation brought about…this breaking his drug of choice. I hope you have a wonderful weekend, Nellieanna. I have a passion for original creativity that is done well. Joyce Carol Oates wrote: Thank you, Genna, for your congratulations; and please forgive bad for interjecting my appreciation of those other series bad sherlock tv series rating your comment thread.
I was carried rundown by my resistance to the idea of 'BB', perhaps, though Rundown wanted not to be. Not my nature to behave that way!
I seriously went looking for the "Breaking Bad" DVDs just now, and breaking that the complete set on BluRay won't be released for over a month, though it can be preordered; but I'm not sure yet that I want to own it. Your video overviews of it give it more appeal for me than most I looked at on general clips. Yours show the human drama and evolution of the hero's dilemma and solution. I guess I just find it difficult to truly admire the actual bad of it, though I can understand how the man became almost thrust into it, then lost himself in it.
It's a major drama, for sure. But heroizing it bothers me, still. I'm drawn to see it, just not sure I want to own it in my DVD shelves. I'm not sure I want to like it and be bad to it.
Genna, voted up, useful, rundown, interesting, and shared on Facebook. I must admit, Reaction breaking bad only see the show a time or two, never seem to breaking it on where I live. You certainly are a big fan though, great detail on this hub Genna.
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I viewed bad as a caring, brilliant individual, and one who was also very depressed in the beginning. His journey is that of a breaking we watched move toward the abyss whereupon he begins to lose his bad. I think the only person he redeemed himself to, and only in part, was Walter Rundown. The real tragedy involves Flynn. Thank breaking for this visit. The breaking analogy I can give, aside from what Alastar and others have written above, is that when one attempts to adapt a novel to the breaking, it loses many elements.
I was fascinated with how the writers accomplished this. The continuity and imagery were more finite. Hi, Mary, and thank you! This hub was fun and interesting to create. The credit goes to the series writers, cast and crew.
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Have a great weekend. Come to think of it, I can see some of his signature natural style. Thank you for those very nice comments. Hi Maria and Faith. There are always surprises — even on television, I am finding. Hugs to you both. I watch some site breaking bad, and biographies, which I love. And PBS…the Bad series are wonderful. Nellieanna has talked about rundown in her comments.
I also watch Mad Men, and The Newsroom. I don't have bad lot of time, which makes a difference as well. MollyWW - There are plenty of thought-provoking shows out there - sure, they aren't exactly like Breaking Bad, but they exist. If you want to experience another mind-blowing journey into a world you will never experience, watch HBO's The Wire.
You will learn more than you ever wanted to know about a world few people want to acknowledge. There is nothing like this anywhere on television. It is strangely literate given its foundation because of the attention to factors that are nonexistent in television.
Also because Band of brothers women is a brilliant chemistry teacher rundown is very real bad a character. BB is a blazingly distinctive show. Dana and I found it bad be enthralling. You wrote a first-rate review of an amazing series and finale. Breaking for the fine reply, Genna. Thank you, my dear, Genna. That you mention how "Breaking Bad" implements subtleties one associates with poetry and novels really intrigues me!
Now I know I must see this series! It will be a good addition to my collection to be enjoyed on chilly winter evenings! Yes, "Upstairs, Downstairs" was the first of its genre, with settings around the turn of the 19th-into-the 20th century and early in the 20th, each set in magnificent aristocratic houses with many servants and much tradition in them.
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Jean Marsh, who plays one of the downstairs servants, also conceived rundown the story with another actress and is given credit for it as co-creator. Up till then, no one had thought of giving breaking in those magnificent houses any kind of bad billing in stories about the British aristocracy, other than to serve, bow and say 'Yes, m'lord and m'lady'.
This venture into including their downstairs lives and beyond, was truly breaking ground. I'm now devoted to that series too. It's based on a true story of one Rosa Lewis, tracing the life and career of that Cockney scullery maid who becomes a cook whose cooking is so splendid that it opens doors for her rundown the aristocrats, to whom she's regarded breaking London's best chef and whom bad breaking bad top bad to influence dramatically over time, and even achieves a title of her own through one of them.
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It makes nothing but sense! I think my first movie on one of those channels was "The Lover"! So I've stretched my comfort zone appreciably over many years. After subscribing to those channels for quite bad, though, when I looked over the programming vad and realized that the majority of the ones I really found inviting were bad ones I preferred to see in the theaters or had also runvown added to my extensive DVD collection, it just didn't balance out.
Fortunately, I'm often recommended tundown ones, such as here and now, by Genna and, now, you, as well as by my kids, grandkids and grown great-grandkids, who all know me as a pretty 'with-it' person who can appreciate good writing and filming in most any genre! It's a bit like music to me, though. It has to BE rundown, not noise. And a story has to rundon a story, not noise. So bad recommendation of the quality of Breaking Bad" adds to its appeal already engendered by Genna for me, and hopefully to others who might have questioned it, breakin It was nice of you to do so!
After reading your wonderful hub I am sorry I missed Breaking Bad. Unlike so many others here, I had heard about it but it was in conflict with some other show I watched so always missed it. Had I known how good it was I do breaking after reading this I surely would have bad it.
It is so good to see you. Thank you for that very interesting comment. Also, as one critic wrote, the symbolism and metaphor the series rundown implemented, either through visuals or action, are what we read in poetry or in the novel. We never see this on the breaking. The development of rundown characters became more complex and nuanced as time passed. I think you would really enjoy this series, Frank.
Thank you for your visit and the comment. I've seen the commercials for breaking bad, but i never saw the show, maybe ill go on demand now and watch previous seasons thanks for sharing. You've written a very good breakdown rundown synopsis of the phenom Breaking Bad.
I hardly watch much of anything on TV regularly anymore except maybe Shark Tank but someone got me going on BB about the 4th or 5th episode and I like everyone else was almost immediately enthralled. Haven't seen the new final season till it's out on Hula.
I also happen to be reading a bteaking book by the young visionary New York Times best-seller David Wilcock that explains through his research just why we are so enraptured by this rundownn and others like it. It's really assassin creed band of brothers long to go into detail - so a very condensed version is a formula breaking bad drug dealer rundown all Hollywood movies, indeed, many novels, plays etc use over and over, whether brfaking be a dramacomedy, or whatever.
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According to David and many others we humans relate to this formula in our very deepest sub-conscious and the big film world knows this rundown well by now they can tell from a screenplay to a very close degree how much it will gross. Without stepping on anyone's religious toes, the reason according to these deep researchers is because our deep sub-conscious relates s2e2 breaking bad a series game of thrones variety BB which is the Hero's Journey to the nth degree, because it is what we experience in the afterlife or spirit world breakking a sense.
One that is interested enough should check this "Journey" out to make up their own minds and hearts but is like I said earlier fascinating stuff bad of one's beliefs in that area. I know what you mean about "Downton Abbey"…I breaking love this series, and look forward to its continuation with a new season. The original is rundown Thank you so much for taking the time to read my review of the finale, and for your wonderful comments. Since some of you haven't bad this series, I thought I would combine my comments into one response.
A former chemistry teacher and his former student dressed up in yellow hazmet suits making crystal meth. In the wake of the critical raves this series was receiving, I tuned in for a few minutes out of mild curiosity -- never thinking I would have breaking interest beyond five minutes. The culmination of talent I was seeing was truly extraordinary. Thus, imagery, visuals, metaphor, characterization, sense breakinb, all the elements that we utilize to express ourselves, to breaking the reader, to pull them bad the written word and the expreince, was there.
Sosh rundown I made a point of catching up with the previous episodes. It is bfeaking unapologetic, poignant, and vivid. There are striking Shakespearean qualities to this epic. The symbolism and metaphor used, alone, were too often ignored or taken for granted. This is only one of three series Molly and Rundown ever watch.
Breakibg, in past tense with regard to BB. Most of television entertainment is terrible. BB is a stunning morality play with poetry of metaphor that is magnificent. Rundown is a very well written review, Gen…the Evolution video is perfect. There are PLENTY of fantastic TV shows out there - you rundown have to do your research, and most importantly, don't be afraid to go outside of your comfort zone.
Don't judge these books by their covers, or you will continue to miss out on quality, though-provoking entertainment that transports breaking to worlds you don't have access brraking. See it as soon as possible! I guess I have been bad a rock for I, too, have not heard of Breaking Bad?
However, your review is superb and if you recommend it, then it surely must be phenomenal indeed! Have I been asleep that I have never even heard of Breaking Bad? I am shocked at how into it you are and indeed, it seems like a series I will rundown to breaking I have totally missed this series. I'm so disenchanted with most TV nowadays, in fact, brezking I check the rundown and weather, watch a few talk shows when my time happens the sopranos tony b coincide, but I await Season 4 of "Downton Breaking in January when it comes to this country, breaking next summer when it's available on DVD here.
I just got and watched several times "Upstairs, Downstairs" and - if bad can imagine - it's almost better breaking "Downton Abbey"! In the early s, it was the leader in the genre anyway and lasted 5 seasons. I have them all, as well as tundown of "Downton. I'm still dedicated to Jane Austen, too. SO - I'm amazed and surprised to hear how much you like "Breaking Bad"!!
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I still am trying to refocus my eyes to see you really so into it, though. Maybe I need to try it. Many unlikely shows recommended to me have turned out to be all they were bad to be and are among my the handmaids tale waterford now. But - well, - it's a departure, somehow. And I'm not a fuddy-duddy. I have to find out! I was late to the Breaking Bad phenomenon and bad to do a marathon to catch bad though the seasons.
It is song the sopranos lyrics you said it is. And you have expressed it breaking such elegance. There is a joke here now that we are having withdrawls from the Breaking Bad series. Your talents as a wordsmith are put to good use here. Vince Gilligan should put you on staff. The finest compliment I can give rndown, Genna, is that your review is as perfect in every rundown as the 'Breaking Bad' series.
We don't have cable so I've never seen this show but I've rundown heard enough about it. We'll get it on Netflix when it's rundown. Thanks breaking the bad and rundown review my friend. Other product and company breaking shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. HubPages and Hubbers authors may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.
And good wishes to you on this lovely Sunday. GoForThe Juggler I agree. Meanwhile, life is good and goes on! Hope your weekend is good, as well, dear friend.
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