The season finale captures the beauty of tragedy and what’s actually “Breaking Bad” itself.
This season is a representation of a pessimism grows up as analog.
And that’s why the fourth season is a powerful illustration in describing “Breaking Bad” we know.
Sam Esmail back at the game in this second season, producing something more, more than realistic.
“Split” is one interesting point to put inside.
“Unbreakable” is not too memorable, but this movie is definitely one I like best from all M. Night Shyamalan’s works.
This is probably the best “Black Mirror” season that has the matches reflection from our reality, society, politics, and social media.
“The Illusionist” is a film about magic and an imaginative ending with political spices, complexity, religion, belief, and so on.
“Kiss Kiss Bang Bang” is a party fast-paced movie, full of entertainment, and a dark comedy about sex, murder, and mystery.
The third season is very incredible and offers many places to introduce “Breaking Bad”.