Breaking Bad (AMC)

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Re: Breaking Bad (AMC)

Mensagem por lu.inlo » setembro 20, 2011, 8:36 pm

A tensão do jesse e do walter é uma das coisas mais legais dessa temporada, toda essa deconfiança entre os dois
e a skyler está ótima, resolvendo as merdas do ex-marido.... to adorando tudo!

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Re: Breaking Bad (AMC)

Mensagem por Musicslave » setembro 21, 2011, 11:15 am

já nem tenho palavras para descrever a série..

olha para a frente e não vejo para onde ela caminha, melhor, não vejo para onde possa crescer para poder melhorar ainda mais

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Re: Breaking Bad (AMC)

Mensagem por JRibeiro » setembro 26, 2011, 10:30 pm

Quando se pensa que a série não consegue ficar melhor eis que surge o episódio desta semana, o melhor episódio de todas as séries de TV este ano, e por uma enorme vantagem. À beira disto Dexter é uma série para meninos de coro, o brilhantismo do episódio desta semana raramente foi atingido desde que comecei a ver séries de TV.
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Re: Breaking Bad (AMC)

Mensagem por Musicslave » outubro 5, 2011, 12:15 am

depois do grande ultimo episódio estou mais do que ansioso para o final.
as cartas estão lançadas, não se sabe o que acontecerá, mas com certeza de que nada passará a ser como antes.

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Re: Breaking Bad (AMC)

Mensagem por JRibeiro » outubro 10, 2011, 11:21 am

BREAKING BAD: THE SHOW'S BEST, WORST AND GROSSEST

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We don't mean to state the obvious or overpraise here, but Breaking Bad is incredible, and when we talk about "The Golden Age of Television," we're talking about this show. Really, while it can be on-the-nose and unbearably nerve-wracking at times, it's been under-watched for four fantastic years. Since AMC aired the series at a time that didn't let it qualify for the 2011 Emmys or Tubeys, we'd like to take this time to honor Vince Gilligan's drama about a simple man trying to provide for his poor family with the Breaking Bad Awards. Highlighting characters and moments from Season 1 to now, we present crystal blue buckets of Pollos Hermanos chicken to the following winners.


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Target of Most Beatings
There's a new one every season or so, so we'll start off the ceremony with a three-way tie: Jesse, Walt and Walt's Pontiac Aztek, please accept your awards for continually getting the stuffing kicked out of you like champs.


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Worst Assumption
Jesse was new to Walt's chemistry-speak in Season 1's "Cat's in the Bag…" and because of his mistake, we now know that a bathtub is not as effective as a plastic barrel when it comes to the clean disposal of dead bodies.


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Best Item Stolen by Marie
We loved the spoon-swiping in Season 4's "Open House," but the pilfered baby tiara for then-unborn Holly in "A No Rough Stuff Type Deal" revealed an interesting side to the purple lady that we were yet to see.


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Best Use of a Call Bell
Can we get a round of applause for Héctor "Tio" Salamanca and his outstanding nonverbal performance? From the day we met him in Season 2's "Grilled," Tio has wordlessly saved lives, made us laugh, enraged us and scared the living crap out of us using nothing but an ominous "ding" and a few very intense scowls.


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Most Violent Death by Traditionally Non-Violent Object
Spooge's woman made the message loud and clear that she ain't no skank, thanks to the help of the stolen ATM. That's one way to do it.


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Most Unlikely Character to Immediately Fit in To and Enrich the Breaking Bad Universe
Can you believe "Better Call Saul" didn't air until halfway through Season 2? Saul Goodman, criminal lawyer, brightens each episode he's in, especially back when he wasn't fearing for his life. If we ever find ourselves in need of "a guy," he'll be our guy who knows a guy who knows that guy.


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Worst Place to Leave Your Keys
In the ignition, unless you're able to craft your own car battery using crazy science.


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Most Interesting Profession of a Guy Connected to Saul
Of course Saul would indirectly know a "Rain Man-type" hacker living in his mother's basement in Belarus who could launder $480k through the heart wrenching SaveWalterWhite.com, using untraceable zombies. Of course.


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50th Deadliest Air Disaster in History
Actually, this one is also a tie, but the crashed Boeing 737 on Albuquerque's East side is relevant for our list. And in no way Walt or Jesse's fault.


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Best Game of Ouija
So glad Leonel and Marco were kind enough to stop by their Tio's nursing home to play a board game. Breaking Bad is full of precious family moments, isn't it?


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Life Owed the Most to a Well-Timed Text Message
Watching the cousins sitting on the bed, axe in hand, while idiot Walt showered in Skyler's bathroom was one of the top five most tense moments in the entire series. Lucky for Walt, Mike cared enough about him (and his meth-cooking talents) to send Gus a message to stop the murder. It's true what Mike said: Sometimes it doesn't hurt to have someone watching your back.


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Best Use of the Law
How convenient was it that the junkyard scrap metal hauler in "Sunset" was extraordinarily well-versed knowledge on the law just when Jesse and Walt were about to be caught red-handed in their RV? Not very, if you're Hank. On the bright side, at least Marie is alive and well.


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Best Takedown
Speaking of Hank: It was helpful that he received an anonymous tip and everything, but the man deserves a serious amount of credit for taking down the evil cousins in their parking lot firefight. Hank is a freaking fighter, and went from being the a-hole brother-in-law DEA agent to a certified badass of his own accord. There's been some regression along the way (we'll forever associate him with the word "minerals"), but we'd be proud to have Hank in our family, even if we were meth distributors ourselves.


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Most Clutch Player
While Hank may have killed Marco, Mike's the one who finished off Leonel. Mike has done a number of amazing things in his day, actually, and if we had to pick the Breaking Bad MVP, it would be him. Sure, Gus is a genius businessman and everything, but to run such an amazing empire, you need Mike. He can do some serious dirty work (killing cartel members, potentially killing Walt, killing people trying to steal from Gus' Pollos trucks), save lives (see: Life Owed the Most to a Well-Timed Text Message), clean up the nastiest of messes (really sorry about Jane, but we'll get to that) and use balloons from his granddaughter to take down a bunch of thugs. And he only seemed a wee bit shaken when his coworker Victor got hacked with a box cutter.


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Best Cover
Gotta hand it to Skyler on this one: Walt's gambling addiction has come in handy time and time again. It can't be easy to see your son unfairly hate you so intensely, either.


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Worst Cover
Walt's faked fugue state back in Season 2 did nothing but freak out his family... except Skyler, who knew he was full of crap after he accidentally clued her in on his second cell phone. We enjoyed seeing him humiliate himself by walking around naked in a supermarket, though.


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Best Theme Song
Move over, Heinsenberg, Los Cuates de Sinaloa and "Negro y Azul": Our winner is The Association's "Windy" for Wendy, the lovable meth-addicted prostitute.


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Best Full Measure
Also known as "Most Awesome Walt Moment" and "Best Execution of Listening to Advice," this, naturally, was when Walt rode in with his Aztek, saved Jesse's life and murdered the two Tomas-killing dealers.


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Most Upsetting Death, Visually
If you're eating, stop reading. This award goes to Tortuga's severed head on top of a tortoise rigged with explosives. Can you believe the ATM incident was just one episode earlier? That is one dark writers' room you got there, Mr. Gilligan.


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Most Upsetting Death, Emotionally
A tie between Gale (we had to stop ourselves from writing 10 categories just for him and his vegan s'mores) and Jane (who was just one day from recovery). For both we blame Walt (obviously more for the latter) and feel really, really, really bad for Jesse. RIP.


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Grossest Non-Fatal Injury
Either that piece of Mike's ear getting blown off after the cartel tried to jack his stash, or Walt's head wound sticking to the sheets the night after his brawl with Jesse.


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Best Fan-Appreciation Retcon
When fans questioned the giant, un-sliced pizza that Walt tossed onto the roof in a fit of rage in Season 3's "Caballo Sin Nombre," the writers brought it up in Season 4's "Thirty-Eight Snub." You see, the pizza from Venezia's is left whole because they "pass the savings unto you."


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Best Place to Party
Where better to eat an un-cut pizza than at Jesse's place? The sound system is spectacular, you can write all over the walls, the drugs are bountiful, you can get free money (either by hanging around when Jesse throws it in the air, or by stealing it from him), the toasters are up for grabs and you can hang with Skinny Pete and Badger for a week straight!


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Worst Place to Party
Don Eladio's, by far: At worst, you'll be poisoned and killed; at second worst, you'll have to watch your best friend (and maybe lover?) get murdered; at best, you'll have to swim in the pool after Hector pees in it.


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Best W.W.
Gale dedicated his lab notebook, "To W.W., my star, my perfect silence." Who would that be? Woodrow Wilson? Willy Wonka? Walter White? Umm... uh... OH! WALT WHITMAN, THANK YOU JESUS!


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Worst Use of Alcohol by an Adult
Just when Hank was finally at peace with what he thought was Heisenberg's death, Walt had to hit the bottle and (extremely frustratingly) tell him that Gale was no genius and that he was definitely not the man behind the meth. Note to Walt: Never drink again.


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Worst Use of Alcohol by a Minor
Come on, Walter Jr., your dad is literally feeding you free booze and you can't even keep it down? Grow up!


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Best Way to Trick a Meth Head
Dig a hole, tell them they know why you're digging that hole, ask them how deep they think it is and then let them dig it. Works every time.


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Best Detective Work
Sure, he got a little help from Walt's drunken babbling, but Hank deserves 99.9 percent of the credit for linking Gus to the crystal blue meth. Watching him connect the dots was thrilling and terrifying, knowing how quickly Gus could dispose of him (assuming the DEA isn't conveniently protecting his house after an anonymous tip about a hit from the -- ahem -- cartel).


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Smartest and Most Underappreciated Move by Walt
Walt is often infuriating (spending $52,000 on destroying Walt Jr.'s Dodge Challenger comes to mind), but he really took one for Team Gus by getting into a car accident so that Hank wouldn't be able to sniff around America's Laundromat Meth Lab. And how was he thanked? Getting kicked off of Jesse's property.


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Person Most Deserving of Death by Hitting Their Head after Slipping on a Rug
Ted Beneke.


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Best Reason to Never Smoke
Listen up kids: One of those cigarettes you steal from your mom's boyfriend's pack could have ricin in it. And even if you don't steal it, someone else can steal it and then poison you. Let this be a lesson to just never go near anything related to smoking, ever. Or strangers.


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Best Under-Pressure Thinker
By now, we know we're supposed to hate our anti-hero turned total effing a-hole, but a part of us will always want Walt to succeed. The man is quick-witted and a smart, logical person at his core. In Season 1's "...And the Bag's In the River," he needed the help of practical lists (and Judeo-Christian principles) but by Season 4, he can come up with great ideas and plans of actions when there is literally a gun being pressed to his head. And he is so good at dangerous chemistry!


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Best Spidey Senses
This award ceremony has been a little light on the Gus praise, but how do you truly honor the most powerful man in the Southwest and probably Chile? You deem him a superhero and move on, because no man could have his bases covered so well all the time without having superpowers. From having three different kinds of blood ready in a Mexican pop-up hospital refrigerator to owning multiple highly-successful fronts to just knowing when his car is fixed with explosives, Gus knows all, sees all and controls all... except Jesse and Walt's ultimately unwavering partnership.
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Re: Breaking Bad (AMC)

Mensagem por JRibeiro » outubro 10, 2011, 10:26 pm

Absolutamente brilhante o final de temporada, terminou da melhor maneira a melhor temporada que esta série já teve. Sem qualquer sombra de duvida que esta é a melhor série da actualidade, milhas à frente de series como Dexter, Walking Dead, Mad Men, GoT, Boardwalk Empire, etc
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Re: Breaking Bad (AMC)

Mensagem por Musicslave » outubro 12, 2011, 12:04 am

melhor da actualidade? eu diria que provavelmente sera a melhor de sempre..
então estes dois ultimos episódios foram simplesmente fantásticos

as expectativas para a final estão muito altas, mas acho que isto não acabara bem para alguem

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Re: Breaking Bad (AMC)

Mensagem por JRibeiro » outubro 12, 2011, 12:45 am

Esta cena ficará na história da TV

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Re: Breaking Bad (AMC)

Mensagem por Musicslave » outubro 12, 2011, 11:30 am

este video esta ao contrario..

mas sim, essa cena ficara na historia, ainda cheguei a pensar que ele estava vivo.. mas ele depois de tudo ainda saiu com postura.. muito bom

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Re: Breaking Bad (AMC)

Mensagem por drive » dezembro 10, 2011, 11:54 am

É a melhor série da actualidade.

Tem aumentado a fasquia, de ano para ano.

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Re: Breaking Bad (AMC)

Mensagem por Net_Holer » março 28, 2012, 6:58 am

A opinião geral acerca desta série anda sempre em redor do "excelente". Como tal resolvi ver hoje o primeiro episódio, gostei mas confesso que não me prendeu tanto como o primeiro episódio de muitas séries como Prison Break ou Lost.

A ver se vejo mais 2 ou 3 para me decidir se continuo ou não a ver.

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Re: Breaking Bad (AMC)

Mensagem por PanterA » março 28, 2012, 7:22 am

Esta série é fucking awesome. Do melhor que se tem feito na TV americana.

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Re: Breaking Bad (AMC)

Mensagem por Musicslave » março 28, 2012, 1:39 pm

Net_Holer, vê mais episódios, se conseguires vê a 1ª temporada quase de seguida.

ao inicio poderá não ser muito facil ambientar-nos ao ritmo da série, mas depois disso ficamos tão embrenhados na história que é impossível não querer ver mais

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Re: Breaking Bad (AMC)

Mensagem por Evil_Djinn » março 28, 2012, 4:59 pm

Alguem sabe se algum dia vamos ter a série editada em DVD nacional? Eu entretanto já arranjei a versão brasileira da 1ª série, mas ando a ganhar coragem para ver uma série tão boa como dizem, legendada em brasileiro, é um atentado a lingua Portuguesa e o mesmo se passa com os "Sons of Anarchy", Portugal, Portugal, tão bonito que ele é, visto ao longe. LoL

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Re: Breaking Bad (AMC)

Mensagem por JRibeiro » março 28, 2012, 8:08 pm

Também só à segunda tentativa é que passei da primeira temporada, mas assim que a história pega na segunda época foi sempre a abrir e flagelei-me por ter demorado tanto tempo a pegar nesta série.
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