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    VIDEO ESSAY: Gliding Over All: The Cinematography of Breaking Bad, Season 4

    Hollywood can keep its 3D, its CGI and whatever Dolby Surround version they’re up to now. For a contemporary cinematic experience as visceral and visually arresting as "Breaking Bad," audiences must look abroad, to Gaspar Noé’s "Enter the Void," or further, to films coming out of Thailand, Japan, an...

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    'Breaking Bad' Creator Vince Gilligan Says He's Thinking About A Saul Goodman Spinoff

    "The Dark Knight Rises" isn't the only bit of popular entertainment out there that is causing those who have yet to see it -- which is most of us -- to keep their Facebook page closed, and Twitter feed turned off for fear of spoilers. "Breaking Bad" is back with the first eig...

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    BREAKING BAD RECAP 1: LIVE FREE OR DIE

    In the months since the explosive Season 4 finale of "Breaking Bad," and Walt's certainly premature declaration of victory, we've had a long time to ponder what exactly he meant by saying, "I won."

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    Might Live Free, Might Die. The Last Season of 'Breaking Bad' Begins.

    Where do you go after you’ve blown off the face of your rival, the area’s biggest meth-lord? Really blown off his face, the way Walter White (Bryan Cranston) did at the end of last season’s 'Breaking Bad,' when he set a bomb and lured Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) to ...

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    VIDEO ESSAY: From Mr. Chips to Scarface: The Evolution of Walter White

    "Walter's a shithead!" I had just walked in the door to the family home in Forestville, California. My dad had just finished the second season of "Breaking Bad."

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    BREAKING BAD's Greatest Scene

    If longtime fans of "Breaking Bad" were asked to identify the show’s most memorable scene, many would probably point out gems like Walt and Jesse’s standoff with Tuco in the Mexican desert in early Season 2, Hank’s shoot-out with the cousins in mid-Season 3, or Gus’s spectacular demise in last seaso...

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