Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by AKA, Nov 7, 2018.
Great news for Breaking Bad fans!!!
I don't need to see it but I want to see it if it's done well. I really enjoy Better Call Saul.
He gets a TON of work!
Aaron Paul - IMDb
Once I saw THIS, I thought he might be having a hard time finding work:
Looking forward to it.
Jesse Pinkman on the run mode...from zero to hero.
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They need to crossover genres and have Jesse bring back his dead girlfriend, Krysten Ritter, ala "Deadpool." Then we're talking new Netflix series.
He did all the acting and she got a cool tv series.
Having just finished re-watching seasons 4 & 5 of Breaking Bad for the first time, literally just weeks ago, I am SO in for this.
Gilligan won't make crap--that much you can be sure of.
Only concern is that it will end up on some premium pay-only version of AMC.
To my thinking, they would have fingerprints at the compound, but no body, and could reasonably conclude that Uncle Jack and his scumbags forced Jesse to cook for awhile and then disposed of his body in the desert at some point.
But they could have a hotshot cop on Jesse's trail who doesn't believe the story, like Hank was hot on Heisenberg / Walt.
I also don't see how he'd be "on the hook for the murder of two federal agents", unless the murder of Hank & Gomez was pinned on him? Must have been how that was explained and I just missed it again. Though the police would also find the confession the white nationalist scumbags were watching at the compound, the taped Jesse confession on DVD.
Before I even got this far in the thread I only had one word: Pinkman.
Astounding news. And I like the idea!!!
I get your point, but you can easily ignore this film and BCS if you want to.
There is a beauty to good endings, to things that end "well"; that end when they are "done". "BB" did that. It was a hell of a run, wrapped up very well. It showed respect for its story, its characters. They might as well try to re-milk "The Sopranos" without Gandolfini.
I thought the finale, while a bit too neat and tidy, was also brilliant and exhilarating. One of the best of any show, IMO.
Jesse escaping was a great moment, a ray of sunshine in an otherwise oppressively dark season (and series).
That's not to say we should believe that he fully got away, though. I think there is a story thread there to be tugged on, something that sparked Gilligan's imagination (well, that and the big truck of money they probably backed up to his front door, which is well-deserved just the same).
You mean like this? ‘The Sopranos’ Prequel Movie in the Works From David Chase
It's going to be bad
It hasn't been made quite yet
It's going to break good
Breaking Bad movie announced. Walking Dead movie announced. Both shows owned by AMC. Hmmm....
I recently watched a Y Tube video with a breakdown on why Walter is probably still alive after the end of the show.sure he still had cancer but the gunshot wound would have been treated with the police on the scene that quick at the end.
He had been losing a lot of blood at the end of that episode and looked pretty dead by the time the credits rolled. But I suppose it was ambiguous enough that he could still be alive.
Maybe Jesse will plan a daring prison hospital escape for Walt, lol.
Correct the bullets,flesh wounds/saveable wouldn't be surprised if he beat the cancer as well.
This is what I’m thinking will happen as well. Never say never, just like in Prison Break.
It would have to be amazing plot logic to pull it off,though I don't see Bryan Cranston coming back less he's broke.
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