Better Call Saul > Breaking Bad (with spoilers)

Discussion in 'Movies/TV' started by The Hammer, Sep 6, 2022.

  1. Finnegan2win

    Finnegan2win hopesfall2win

    I got the whole series on sale at amazon during black friday.. I would say marginally better than BB, but I did not like the "present day" storyline in the last season.. it was fine in little teasers, but it seemed like filler during the last season plus the black and white was hard to watch for long periods IMO

    Walter got annoying in BB for sure; Chuck was kind of annoying in BCS though

    I enjoyed Mike getting a lot more time.. Nacho and Lalo were good characters too, the writers are pretty real good for the most part

    @kstone FWIW i thought the finale was kind of weak, what made it so good to you?
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  2. The Hammer

    The Hammer Ace Degenerate


    I agree with you there.

    I love Cobra Kai too and find they have the exact opposite problem. Cobra Kai seems to rush through things that could have used more time. BB and BCS have a tendency to drag stuff out.

    Easily the most annoying thing in BCS was that montage of the fat security guard eating Cinnabon, over and over, with a knife and fork while talking Cornhusker football.

    All the stuff with Mike was really great and got to love the way Nacho went out. For me, Lalo was the best character in either series.
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  3. GoT

    GoT Strength and Honor

    yeah Lalo was almost as good a bad guy as Major Simcoe from Turn
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  4. kstone

    kstone Starter

    Wrapped everything up good. Saul had his last great moment when he got the sentence reduce. Then took account for all the stuff he did.
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