Better Call Saul – Season 6
Reviews and ratings: 96 %
Description Better Call Saul – Season 6
Crime / Drama. USA 2022. Better Call Saul remains as masterfully in control as Jimmy McGill keeps insisting he is in this final season, where years of simmering storytelling come to a scintillating boil.
- Emotional and captivating story telling
- but “It’s all good man”
- Not just a lazy spin-off
BETTER CALL SAUL: SEASON 6 USER REVIEWS
This season of Better Call Saul received a 95 % positive user reviews.
Better Call Saul: Season 6 Review
As public defender Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) completes his transformation into dodgy lawyer-for-hire Saul, his wife Kim (Rhea Seehorn) hatches a plan to ruin former colleague Howard (Patrick Fabian). Meanwhile poor Nacho (Michael Mando) takes the blame for the raid on Lalo (Tony Dalton), who pretends to be dead so he can plot his revenge on Gus (Giancarlo Esposito). After all these criminal shenanigans come to a head, we flash forward to 2010, when Jimmy/Saul is now Gene Takavic, living a seemingly quiet life in Omaha. But not for long… Read full review…
Better Call Saul Season 6 Review – Quietly devastating, disarmingly charming; a love story for the ages
Season six, had, like all the other seasons of the show, exemplary acting performances on display. Rhea Seehorn, Bob Odenkirk and Jonathan Banks led the charge. The former two, especially, should deservedly take it all in the upcoming awards season. These are unprecedented moments in their professional lives that will never be matched. They truly gave a season where every dollar was worth it. Season six of Better Call Saul is television history. It belongs to an elite echelon of works that will carry a generational legacy with them to posterity. Better Call Saul is television royalty of the highest kind. Goodbye, Better Call Saul. Read full review…
‘Better Call Saul’ Season 6 review: A fitting finale that honours the legacy of ‘Breaking Bad’
Unlike Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul has never been about big explosions or setpieces. There’s a laid-back approach that allows for deeper drama and invested performances. The six seasons have gone through their own journey, with the series beginning as a fun, humorous legal drama before morphing into an emotionally rich exploration of its many characters. This is the gold-standard for spin-off content, and why for the web series format as well, and do not be surprised at all if the jury is split on whether this is even better than its source material, Breaking Bad. If I had to summarise the final season for those wondering if Season 6 lives up to the previous ones, I’d simply say, “It’s all good man.” Read full review…
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