22$ for three commentaries
I have bought every single episode of the series except for the one two minute 'a look at season 2’ video clip (season only).
This results in iTunes asking me for another $22 for a 2 minute video clip, even though I have every episode already. Don't ever buy the whole series! Just by each episode one by one and you will save at least $20 on every series you ever buy and indeed, who wants to pay for a few minutes of actor commentaries?
If you buy whole season you pay 20$ and more extra for nothing! It works out cheaper to buy single episodes
Its great but……….
10 episodes a year?? What the F??
Waiting for season 2, 3, 4....
Vince Gilligan still has it, that's all I have to say.
Fanatic! Loved it!
Love the fact that the writers are taking the time to build up the characters and the story. Excellent story and acting makes this a must see.
Price is too high
Won't buy another season, the price is too high for the amount of episodes.
Love the stories, performances, character development, everything, as much as if not more than Breaking Bad, certainly as good. All the actors are great, really great, and they all have great writing to work with. Odenkirk is a fantastic leading man. And I love the opening credits, and how they just abruptly cut off, artfully done, and spares the audience a repetitive opening credit roll.
Just like Breaking Bad, this is meticulously made
Normally, as a lawyer, I cringe with lawyer shows. As a Heisenberg fan, I had to give this a chance and was happy I did.
Some will complain it is slow, but while it's not the quick entrenched story of Breaking Bad, it is nevertheless gripping and builds a good story line and the "slow" part is a piece of that story. In its inception, it should be slow. It's part of Saul's story. He starts slow. Business struggles. And as he makes those cringeworthy decisions, it speeds up and builds angst.
My All-Time Favorite - A TV Series Nut’s Review
By Kritical Critik
Six out of Five Stars! Out of all the shows I like/love (Breaking Bad (of course), Falling Skies, The Wire, Game of Thrones, House of Cards, Dexter, The Killing, Narcos, etc…) this is perhaps my #1 all-time-favorite show. Bob Odenkirk’s acting is simply top-notch, and his character Jimmy’s relationship with Kim is amazing - so real, and the chemistry those two share is heart felt. The show’s casting director is a genius for choosing Kim for Jimmy, they were literally made for each other. So many of the characters in the show are multi-dimensional, and worth watching. It’s strange, the show isn’t always fast-paced, but I find myself not caring about that, oddly enough! The interplay between the characters, for me it seems, is enough. Jimmy’s relationship with his brother Chuck is so well done, as are so many of the others, like with Kim’s boss Howard who perfectly captures the corporate-America vibe. The setting in the South West is perfect and is itself a character; the music perfectly complementing the setting, I just can’t get enough of this show, it is really that good. It will go down as a classic - that I’m sure. You won’t be sorry with this one!
Call Saul he is the man with a plan
Saul "Jimmy" is just trying to find his way in this world - which is what most of us are tying to do
day in and day out. Just like
Walter White went Breaking Bad.
The only difference is what some
do is more legal than others - not
necessarily better or worse.
I was late coming to Breaking Bad
- even though my grandson was nuts about it from the beginning.
So when I was recovering from a
broken neck - I discovered binge
watching Netflix and Breaking Bad
at the same time. There we what we always referred to as "cliff hangers" do to so many serial dramas in the beginning of the Serialized Western movies that would have
the hero hanging over the edge
of the cliff as the screen went black with the the very frustrating
phrase - To be continued - which
was really annoying in the early
days of TV because you never knew
if you would ever be able to see
the story continued. But now Netflix and others put the continuation of the story under our
control - so now when the screen
fades to black with the best "cliff hanger" scenes ever we continue this intensely engaging drama with
the touch of a button. Instant