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Good show that ranges from thrilling to mystery. Has a lot going that seemed to be really promising at the middle, but tapered off at the end when they had to figure out a way to end the show. All the interesting plotlines ended in a satisfying but unthrilling way.
My favorite crime show ever. Too bad just a single season for this plot/cast. As gritty as crime tv gets it blends fantastic acting, writing, and scenery to create a crime show that will keep you guessing and on your toes.
Used to be my favorite show, but took a turn after season 2. First two seasons are definitely worth the watch!
Entertaining. I went in thinking it was a tv series, but failed to read the fine print. It's a mini-series (single season). Taking on the plot and cast of a full fledged show and condensing it into a single season left me wanting and a bit disappointed. Just understand that it's a mini-series and enjoy the interesting plot. Just be prepared for the shallow character development of certain characters and abrupt ending!
The second season suffers even more than the first, and that is the obscure plot and chaotic environment. I understand the director wants this to be a mystery, but I'm not sure what to pay attention to. Do I try to understand the politics, relationships, killings, character development? Not sure what to pay attention to because just as I focus in on one thing, the story focuses on something else. I'm really hoping it ties in all at the end like the first season, but just 4 episodes in I'm finding it hard to continue!
Interesting, mystery/suspense. This show tries to be a little bit of everything and if you didn't really check the show out, you may not be sure what your watching (drama, horror, suspense, mystery, romance, etc.). It lacks the excitement and clear antagonist of a horror, but if you have the patience, the end is worth it.
Better call saul is at it's best in season 4 as far as production goes. The cinematography, script, and acting is what breaking bad was founded on and continues fluidly in season 4. The only thing holding me back from giving 5 stars is the slow progression. Better Call Saul is one of the only shows where not much may happen in an episode but still worth watch because it's done so well.
Netflix's "Breaking Bad" does a decent job mimicking the suspense and drama. Though less intense. Because of the The constant dialogue and quirky characters, Ozark fell short in immersion and authenticity which Breaking Bad excelled in. Still, Ozark shares a curious story that has its moments!
Westworld was beautifully crafted, executed show with great acting and fantastic script. Unfortunately it relies heavily on violence and sex to further the plot but did so forcefully. Game of thrones has a lot of violence and sex but it doesn't seem as vain and is used strategically. Westworld also fails to create any character that lasts long enough for me as a viewer to like and relate to. I hope next time the producers will see the value in relatable/lasting characters because that's the only thing missing!