Breaking Bad

The Final Season

(DVD - 2013)
Average Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5.
Breaking Bad
"It all ends with a bang! In the final episodes, Emmy winners Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul bring the saga of Breaking Bad to a bloody conclusion in their roles as meth kingpin, Walter White and his guilt-ridden partner, Jesse Pinkman. As each tries to get clear of the wreckage they left behind in the meth world, DEA agent Hank Schrader's obsessive pursuit of "Heisenberg" gains steam, leading up to a shattering finale that will leave no one in Walt's world unscathed"--Container.
Publisher: Culver City, CA :, Sony Pictures Television,, 2013
Copyright Date: ©2013
Branch Call Number: DVD Drama BREAKING5
Characteristics: 3 videodiscs (approximately 385 minutes) :,sound, color ;,4 3/4 in
Additional Contributors: Gilligan, Vince creator, televison director, screenwriter
Lyons, Stewart A. television producer
Mercer, Diane television producer, Producer
Cranston, Bryan 1956-, actor, television producer, television director
Gould, Peter B. screenwriter, television director
Schnauz, Thomas screenwriter
MacLaren, Michelle television director
Hutchison, Gennifer screenwriter
Slovis, Michael television director
Catlin, Sam screenwriter, television director
Mastras, George screenwriter
Walley-Beckett, Moira screenwriter
Johnson, Rian television director
Gunn, Anna 1968-, Actor
Paul, Aaron 1979-, Actor
Norris, Dean Actor
Brandt, Betsy Actor
Mitte, R. J. Actor
Odenkirk, Bob 1962-, Actor
Fraser, Laura 1976-, Actor
Plemons, Jesse 1988-, Actor
Sony Pictures Television production company
High Bridge Productions production company
Gran Via Productions production company
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (Firm) film distributor
American Movie Classics Company broadcaster


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So much confusion over this Season 5 and Final Season! I ordered "The Final Season" this thinking it was the complete Season 5 and it turns out to be the last 8 episodes of 16.

What people need to know is to order Season 5 first (part 1) "All Hail the King" and then The Final Season (part 2) "Remember My Name". I hope this helps anyone who thinks Edmonton Public Library hasn't ordered the first part of season 5 or for those, like me, who inadvertently have began to launch into the final season with all the first episodes missing and feel confused...

what happened to BREAKING BAD Season 5 - part 1 - episones 47-54? watched the whole series, season by season got to Season 5 - first reaction to the first scene - wait a minute, check the menu - did we skip a scene (NO) - check the box, did we skip a disc (NO)? OK - fine, cryptic story-telling - fill in the blanks - watched it all and returned it - today after 10 min. searching online one learns this: Season 5 is in 2 parts - MCL only has Part 2 (titled Final Season) - comments suggest that they did have Part 1, called Season 5 - since they no longer have Season 5 (i.e. Part 1), when they got a set of discs called The Final Season, it appears someone forget to check its contents and rather than adding Part 2 to Part 1, replaced Part 1 with Part 2 - is there any intention to restock the missing Season 5 - part 1 - episones 47-54 - can any one confirm this?

Feb 01, 2014
  • britprincess1 rated this: 4.5 stars out of 5.

This fifth season initially dragged, as if it was trying to continue what should not have been, after an unbelievably perfect fourth season that took BREAKING BAD to mainstream popularity in an explosive way. However, after watching the first four episodes of part one of the fifth season (the second part was released as the final season, even though they're just the first and second chunks of the fifth season as a whole), the same tension and excitement that made those earlier seasons so delightful was back again. This season starts up exactly where the last left off, with Jesse and Walt high on life and the DEA on their tail. If you love the series so far, you'll probably appreciate this season, too (but only if you've watched the first four -- I cannot emphasize that enough!!!). I definitely recommend it.

Jan 29, 2014
  • jimg2000 rated this: 4.5 stars out of 5.

Finale season of the celebrated fantasy urban crime legend of a Caltech educated HS teacher who turned to cook meth to raise funds after diagnosed with lung cancer. Super clever script with few dull moments. The last episode was violent but wrapped up the story neatly ... and the alternate ending in the extra was fun.

Dec 17, 2013
  • docjnsuss rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

The last eight episodes of season five (The Final Season of Breaking Bad) concludes the story of Walter White's and Jesse Pinkman's involvement in the Albuquerque meth world. After "retiring" Walter and Jesse are dragged back into the meth world in no small part due to DEA agent Hank Schrader's relentless pursuit of Heisenberg as well as the greed of their former associates. Walter seems content with his millions of dollars that he has saved for his children while Jesse is racked with remorse and depression. Eventually Hank figures out that Walter is Heisenberg so Walter must go on the run. Jesse decides to help Hank bring down Walter but Jesse unfortunately ends up being captured by the evil cabal that has taken over the meth business. The final showdown brings the series to a dramatic and wild conclusion.

Is this just the first half of season 5? Do you plan to get the full season and how will I know which I'm signing up for? I'd like to sign up for the full 5th season.


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Apr 19, 2014
  • jimg2000 rated this: 4.5 stars out of 5.

Walter: I have to talk to her.
Saul: You don't have to do– You answer that phone and Schrader's on the other end of the line with a legal wire tap recording everything you say, you're not doing anybody any favors, except for him. In fact, why do you still have a battery in that thing? Take it out. They might be trying to triangulate your movements. I'm not being paranoid. Do it.
Walter: Really, how much worse could it be? Exactly, in your estimation?
Saul: What does she actually know? What has she seen, hmm? Nothing. It's hearsay. It's all he said, she said. I mean, the only real evidence that she can lead them to is the money, and once we take care of that, well, then they got nothing.

Apr 19, 2014
  • jimg2000 rated this: 4.5 stars out of 5.

Walt's in trouble: Saul: Well too bad for her, then she's got nothing to trade. I hate to be a downer here, but there are two DEA agents missing, presumed dead. You think the Feds are gonna just let that go 'cause you hit the ejector seat? First thing they're gonna do, they will RICO your wife and kids out of the house. That condo is gone. Your bank accounts, they're frozen. Her picture's probably on TV right now, next to yours. Who's gonna hire her?---
Walter: Money's no problem.---
Saul: Well, I don't mean to contradict you, but getting it to her? Impossible. The Feds are just praying that you'll make contact. The Internet, the phone, it's all tapped. Hey, Mike was no dummy. But every time he tried to get his nest egg to his granddaughter, it ended up in Uncle Sam's pockets.


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