Sep 30, 2013 · For all of the work put into Breaking Bad, this series was a major accomplishment. We knew the end was coming. We knew Walt would have to …
Sep 30, 2013 · Don’t read this unless you have seen «Felina,» the series finale of AMC’s «Breaking Bad.» From a structural standpoint, it’s hard to be too hard on the «Breaking Bad…
Breaking Bad went out at the top of its game, and for that, I’m thankful, but it’s the ultimate bittersweet goodbye. Thanks for the memories, Vince Gilligan. Thanks for the memories, Vince
«Felina» is an incredible ‘Breaking Bad’ episode, a perfect though truly emotional way to end such an incredible achievement of a show. The sizzling tension and emotional impact are only a couple of truly great things and even more the rich subtlety and the way …
TV Reviews Breaking Bad Season 5. Breaking Bad: “Felina Breaking Bad isn’t afraid to move at light speed from action to consequence, thrilling us with its boldness, trusting us to keep up, and most importantly, leaving the characters as whiplashed by the pace as the viewers. What’s after you, whether it’s cancer or unemployment or
Breaking Bad was top notch filmmaking and storytelling. It was probably the most riveting and unpredictable show I’ve seen. I praise the actors, writers, directors and everyone who made it possible, especially Vince Gilligan and Bryan Cranston.
«‘Felina’ was an entirely satisfying finale of Breaking Bad that answered many of the questions viewers had going in and put a period at the end of the series rather than an ellipsis. But ‘Felina’ wasn’t the mind-melter that so many other episodes of Breaking Bad have been.
Breaking Bad Season 5 Episode 16 (Felina): What happens to Jesse after the story ends in the show? Could the last episode of Breaking Bad be a fantasy? Breaking Bad Season 5 Episode 16 (Felina): [SPOILER ALERT] Why did Walt & Jesse just nod at each other in the end?
Sep 30, 2013 · And that’s OK. Because what “Felina” was–as effective, satisfying series finales are–was true. It was true to the five seasons that preceded it, true to Walter White’s obsessions and pride, and true to what Breaking Bad is at heart: a Western.
«Felina» had the highest ratings of any episode of Breaking Bad: 10.28 million in the United States, including 5.3 million adults aged 18–49. The episode generated millions of online comments and Nielsen Holdings rankings established that it was the most-discussed episode on Twitter for that week.
HitFix’s Alan Sepinwall reviews «Felina,» the series finale of AMC’s «Breaking Bad,» in which Walt returns to Albquerque to settle all family business.
Critics Consensus: Breaking Bad’s final season cements its status as one of television’s great series, propelling its narrative to an explosive conclusion with sharp direction and assured
I’m quite certain that many, many people adored Vince Gilligan’s kickass ending to “Breaking Bad”: it’s easy to sense that from even a brief surf in the celebratory waters online.
Breaking Bad: “Felina Last week ’s review started with a verse from Warren Zevon’s “Frank And Jesse James,” about the romance of the outlaw If you are Breaking Bad season four,