The film mixes a self-help message with moments of hard, cruel detail.
Breaking Bad’s series finale, “Felina,” fulfills the implications of last week’s “Granite State.”
As Breaking Bad nears its final episode, viewers have become preoccupied with who will live and who will die.
Vince Gilligan and company subversively manipulate the familiar narrative contours of the crime melodrama.
The episode is a beautiful collection of tense duets of varying configurations between the major players.
“Blood Money” kicks off the second half of the final season with probably the most startling pre-title sequence in the show’s history.
Golubic sees similarities between the live music space and the work of synching sound to image.
Get ready to dig your fingernails into your palms all over again.
Gilligan discusses his undying love for television, violence on the U.S.-Mexico border, and the unintentional politics of his admittedly showy brand of realism.
It's an immersive and harrowing tale of moral decay and conflicted identity.
What does it mean anymore to be a father? We still roughly know what it means to be a mother. Indeed, we rather know it in our bones.
“Peekaboo” asks a question that’s been hovering around the periphery of the series since it began and asks it fairly directly.