Who would have guessed, years ago, that the dad from Malcolm in the Middle would end up being like the coolest motherfucker alive?
There is absolutely no question that, along with Dexter, Breaking Bad is one of the two best shows currently in production.
There are surprises at every single turn and not a single one of them feels forced.
Everything that happens grows organically from our protagonist, played with an unheard of credibility by Cranston.
The fact that Bryan Cranston has won two Emmys in a row is very heartening. Maybe the world doesn't have as bad taste as I thought.
Christ, he's the only actor I know who can play that contradiction that is an emotionally vulnerable bad-ass.
I'm tagging this post film instead of TV just because Breaking Bad is actually better than most moving abortions of sadly incompetent storytelling masquerading as television and films being cranked out today.
Bryan Cranston, Verily, I say to thee, this day (well, not this day but when the time comes) shalt thou be with me in the BatCave.
And if you care, I'm listening to: