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Better Call Saul (2015)
A worthy spin off! (S1E1 Review)
While Better Call Saul may stumble in pace compared to some episodes of Breaking Bad, it sure has potential. Better Call Saul manages to capture suspense, drama, and comedy all in the course of one hour! While Breaking Bad showed us a man facing troubles and becoming darker for it, Better Call Saul shows us a goof who is forced to fight through obstacles, anger, and problems around him to make a living. Better Call Saul may not be as intimidating as Breaking Bad, but that doesn't mean it's anything less than great. With Bob Odenkirk returning as the main character, he serves a major slice of memory for all BrBa viewers, and the flashy cameos will certainly please fans of the predecessor. In short, Better Call Saul is a worthy spin off with what may have been a slow start, but what is almost guaranteed to become a fast burn from this point forward!
Game of Thrones (2011)
I'm just saying...
PLEASE NOTE THIS MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS OF OTHER SHOWS SUCH AS BREAKING BAD, NOT GAME OF THRONES THOUGH, OTHER SHOWS ARE IN HERE BECAUSE ITS A COMPARISIN. I watched the first episode and I think it's not so good, I mean whats up with all the nudity unneeded and all?it is good I admit, but its not better than breaking bad, especially for being thought out, I didn't read the books and watched it, it starts out foreignly, I shouldn't have to read the books in order to know whats going on. Like Walking Dead, I know whats happening from the start. Here are reasons why Breaking Bad is much better than this... 1. Based on creativity, its not based on a book 2. Reaity, its the only show where it shows the characters choose their fate. 3. Backstory, it has flashbacks that are enough of a back story, not an entire episode's time like LOST. 4. Danger, they switch enemies ever so often, each time getting more and more powerful and dangerous, yet while Walt struggles to keep his spot in the king lineup and focuses to get there himself, with every takeout/move he makes getting more dangerous and powerful himself. the only movies good with one enemy through the series are Harry Potter, The Walking Dead (which has more than one zombie), The Mummy (remake, first two), and Batman (The joker's returning) 5. It really happens, things like this, can happen, unlike medieval time that... 6. It has a point, You feel things, pain, regrets (and there not coming from buying the seasons) but you feel what the character feels, it makes you feel like your right there with them in the fight. Like 3D but its not... 7. Acting, Bryan Cranston was amazing even in Malcom, no one could be that good, Aaron Paul is a perfect junkie, Matt Jones plays Badger perfectly. Anna Gunn and RJ Mitte, there all perfect, enough said there... 8. They end the show before it gets out of hand, its gonna end in sixteen episodes, sixteen heart-racing downfall episodes that lead to mist, with one question... What happened to Walt? What is going to happen to him? I bet if this show would have eighteen books thud make twenty-two seasons, put two books in one season, simple as that, before they get out of hand, more realistic. Now The Walking Dead, I also think is better but I thought Breaking Bad would make a good example.