Better Call Saul - Season 4, Episode 02: Breathe
After the tragic death of Chuck, Jimmy lives ones of his worst moments, Kim tries to do her best to get him out from that unfortunate sadness. On the other side, Hector makes a shocking confession during his collapse, the thing that makes Gus focuses more in the case. Season four of the thriller series Better Call Saul.
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Actors Of "Better Call Saul - Season 4"
Characters Of "Better Call Saul - Season 4"
Critics Of "Better Call Saul - Season 4"
New York Times
August 14, 2018 It was great to see Rhea Seehorn given some richer, chewier dialogue and the chance to emote.Read in Source
August 14, 2018 Never let it be said that Jimmy isn't a fantastic orator.Read in Source
August 14, 2018 Better Call Saul's slow pace is often praised, but as with last week's season opener this came across as sedated rather than slow burn, and the show could do with parcelling out some of its story a little quicker.Read in Source
Den of Geek
August 14, 2018 "Breathe" keeps the slow-burn place of last week's premiere but adds more menace; we can practically hear the blood of all of our principle player's boiling right underneath their skin.Read in Source
August 14, 2018 I get excited at even the suggestion of them reuniting because it might force Mike to spend more time in the uncharted territory that is the Jimmy McGill show, before "Saul" permanently goes over to his side.Read in Source
August 14, 2018 Words simply aren't up to the task. It's one of the realest moments of acting I've seen on television all year.Read in Source
August 14, 2018 One of the best parts of watching "Better Call Saul" is the way in which this show can surprise us with the way it uses the camera, from the most complicated tracking shots to a simple over-the-head look down.Read in Source
August 14, 2018 Interesting that Jimmy and Kim were watching White Heat, which has a famous scene where James Cagney's character freaks out when he learns his mother has died. We're still waiting for that kind of scene from Jimmy... but will we ever see it?Read in Source
August 14, 2018 "Breathe" was a sublime example of how an excellently-crafted, extended scene, featuring impeccable character beats, can easily outshine the grit and grime of TV's natural tendency to wow us with shocking violence.Read in Source
August 14, 2018 One of my favorite things about the way Bob Odenkirk plays Jimmy McGill is that at important moments there is a pause, and we get to see what's going on inside Jimmy.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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