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Could Bryan Cranston play Gordon freeman in a half life movie?

#31kingoffpsPosted 10/8/2013 3:49:31 AM
I liked the BB finale. I can understand why some people didn't think it was amazing. It was very hyped. I think it did a good job though considering the standard that was expected.

But I'm sure we can all agree that it didn't piss all over the lore and negate the rest of the series in the same way that Mass Effect did right? Or the way that magic was used at the end of LOST?

The BB finale doesn't make you want to never watch the show again. At worst you could make an argument that it wasn't as good as you expected.
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#32SlashmanSGPosted 10/8/2013 9:13:32 AM
Isn't he like, over twice Freeman's age?
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#33ShubPosted 10/8/2013 9:19:41 AM
ein311 posted...
StormKMD posted...
TC, idk why, but I've always read your name as "steveblaboberry".


I do the same f***ing thing. I have no idea why.


Personally, I read it as "steve-bo-blarry". No idea why either.

Oh and on topic: Ben Affleck or bust.
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#34GoldninjaPosted 10/8/2013 9:37:05 AM
DaedalusEx posted...
Thescyy posted...
The finale was fitting IMO.


It would've been far better if he had woken up at the end, the whole thing having been a fantasy after he was unable to start the car. He then dies cold and alone, unable to get the money to his family and having lost everything that ever mattered to him.

That would've been fitting, and rather poetic. Instead, they went with the 'feel-good' hollywood ending, where Walt ties up every loose end and gets exactly what he wants, despite the stars having to align for him to do so. Finding keys under the visor? C'mon. Going anywhere he pleases, including his home, when he's the most wanted man in the country and police have intel that he's in the area? C'mon. A slowly oscillating M60 in a car trunk killing every intended target inside a building within a few seconds? C'mon.


The Norm Macdonald theory? No, that would have been terrible. I don't see how anyone could think that it was a "feel good" ending. Walt lost everything; his family, his money, his potential empire, Jesse, his life etc. He got Hank killed as well. What he got in the end was money for his son and revenge. His last bit of redemption was saving Jesse. His whole life fell apart in a way that he could never get back. Feel good ending? No, not at all.
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#35sonicteam2k1Posted 10/8/2013 9:38:03 AM
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#36Solid SonicPosted 10/8/2013 9:40:23 AM
I have seen people position him as a good candidate for Lex Luthor.
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#37TheSchrefPosted 10/8/2013 9:48:37 AM
Goldninja posted...
DaedalusEx posted...
Thescyy posted...
The finale was fitting IMO.


It would've been far better if he had woken up at the end, the whole thing having been a fantasy after he was unable to start the car. He then dies cold and alone, unable to get the money to his family and having lost everything that ever mattered to him.

That would've been fitting, and rather poetic. Instead, they went with the 'feel-good' hollywood ending, where Walt ties up every loose end and gets exactly what he wants, despite the stars having to align for him to do so. Finding keys under the visor? C'mon. Going anywhere he pleases, including his home, when he's the most wanted man in the country and police have intel that he's in the area? C'mon. A slowly oscillating M60 in a car trunk killing every intended target inside a building within a few seconds? C'mon.


The Norm Macdonald theory? No, that would have been terrible. I don't see how anyone could think that it was a "feel good" ending. Walt lost everything; his family, his money, his potential empire, Jesse, his life etc. He got Hank killed as well. What he got in the end was money for his son and revenge. His last bit of redemption was saving Jesse. His whole life fell apart in a way that he could never get back. Feel good ending? No, not at all.


^This.

I don't know what show Daedalus was watching, lol.
#38XNo_FearXPosted 10/8/2013 9:59:50 AM
Half life is overrated anyway and not every good
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#39Solid SonicPosted 10/8/2013 10:03:42 AM
XNo_FearX posted...
Half life is overrated anyway and not every good


The appeal is lost on me, true.
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#40gecko_man2Posted 10/8/2013 10:06:16 AM
DaedalusEx posted...
CrayolaNinja posted...
bryan cranston can do anything he wants


Except convince Vince Gilligan to write a better finale.


The finalie was great. It was very fitting and it made a lot of sense in terms of character choices. I wouldnt have it end any other way personally.
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