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All of this is presented in an artful brew of black humor and frequently violent drama, with excellent acting, dialogue, and storytelling (the 10th episode, "The Fly," takes place entirely in Walt and Jesse's fancy new meth lab), and innovative film techniques (the opening scenes in episode one, and several thereafter, are shot with a beautiful, almost sepia-toned look). But it's Walt, portrayed so memorably by Cranston, who remains the main draw, as this brilliant but self-destructive, angry man, prone to making calamitous decisions, gradually realizes that he is truly becoming Heisenberg, his criminal alter ego, and is in way over his head--and may very well be losing his mind in the process. One can only wonder how much lower creator Vince Gilligan and his team will take him in season four.
The bonus features are many and varied, with numerous offerings on all four discs. Audio commentary, available on the nine episodes, is provided by Gilligan, Cranston, Paul, and other actors and members of the team. Elsewhere, a variety of short but entertaining featurettes focus on behind-the-scenes details of individual shots (Walt deftly tossing a pizza on to the roof of his house), scenes (Walt impetuously torching a huge pile of cash, then trying to douse the blaze in his swimming pool), props (Walt’s custom-painted Pontiac Aztek), characters (an interview with the real-life brothers who portray the two murderous Mexican cousins), or the show’s music. Other offerings include pod casts, deleted scenes, a gag reel, and a series of promotional pieces produced for AMC (which airs the show) under the banner of “Inside Breaking Bad,” in which members of the cast and crew discuss specific aspects of each episode (viewer beware, as these bits contain some spoilers). --Sam Graham
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Walter White's drug manufacturing sideline is taking over his life. He has separated from his wife (who now knows his secret) and has a new employer, Gus Fring, who is initially... Read morePublished 13 days ago by A. Whitehead
You forwarded to us a defective CD. We had already discarded the purchasing package and felt stuck. We were forced to borrow Season Three from Netflix.Published 15 days ago by eileen marinakis
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|Release Date for Season 3?||
Based on the DVD release dates for Seasons 1 and 2, which were released the week before the next new season aired on AMC, my guess is that this won't come out until the week before Season 4 airs on AMC, which is currently slated for July of 2011.
Feb 14, 2011 by Robert Sommers | See all 12 posts
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Mad Men is pretty good. Breaking Bad is relentless.
Mad Men is 55 MPH. Breaking Bad is the speed of sound.
Mar 29, 2011 by Sawyer | See all 5 posts
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ummmm on my dvds season one and two didnt have english subtitles,,,, season 3 does
Jun 17, 2011 by Carryit | See all 13 posts
one episode has an F-Bomb in it. In a commentary interview on the discs. Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul say they are allowed one F-Bomb and 5 or 6 (they weren't sure) Sh-Bombs per season and that they were going to use them creatively in Season 4. Another episode has Jesse and his boys in a... Read More
Jul 6, 2011 by indyman911 | See all 2 posts
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