I am a Sicilian Italian American who came here long ago . I was born in Corleone, Sicily. We came to this country because my father was going to be arrested because of accused Mafia Gang Vendetta. They thought he killed A political person which is very bad there. My father is just a working class citizen like other Americans he is not a gangster like Americans think. Not all Italians are gangsters. He does very well for himself, he owns his own company. My fathers name is Vincent Leone and my loving mother's name is Maria Leone. The reason my user name is Mcorleone1920 because I heard of this movie the Godfather and when I heard the characters were from Corleone, Sicily, I was so fascinated in it because it showed great italians. Also I have 4 other brothers and 2 sisters. Hahaha I love when you shitty people leave these Shitty comments on my profile, as if I give a Damn. You can think that all Italians are gangsters well think again, so if you want to leave shitty comments you all can die a horrible death by falling off a fucking tower and plummet to your death on a car as glass shards penetrate your bitch ass and you bleed everywhere. And then; I'm going to speak Italian for the rest so if you want to find out you better learn the fucking language. Any way and then, a Il coyote verrà e mangerà i suoi occhi maledetti fuori, e poi orsi la strapperanno lentamente i denti fuori da così Egli può soffrire una morte dolorosa in Inferno!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I love all types of rock genres like Classic rock, Hark rock, Rock n Roll and Etc. Billy Squire, The Beatles, Rolling Stones,
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Posted : 4 years ago on 16 November 2011 03:02
(A review of Breaking Bad
I think many, when looking at the main star of this show (Bryan Cranston) will have only really been familiar with him from Malcolm In The Middle. He played Hal, a simple Dad with simple values and an unbeatable love for his family. Who would have thought that he can take a character with the same basic love of his family and create something incredibly unique from that. In Breaking Bad, Bryan Cranston plays Chemistry professor Walter White who's married with a handicap son who suffers from Cerebral Palsy and a child on the way.
One day Walter is hit with the ultimate bombshell as he finds he has inoperable lung cancer and has little time left to live. Walter realises that he can't assure his families financial security for the little time he has left being a teacher. He hears about a raid on a crystal meth lab that seizes millions of dollars worth of drugs which he decides that he must be a part of that. He knows how to make the best crystal meth ever seen, but not how to get it on the streets which is why he must enlist the help of his former student and drug pusher Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul).
I honestly didn't have high hopes for this show as, although I'm a huge fan of Bryan Cranston for his work on Malcolm In The Middle, I struggled to believe he could pull off such a train wreck of a character. The family is a typical middle class American family struggling to take care of their disabled son trying to make him have as normal a life as possible. In a way I can relate to the situation as I'm disabled myself and know how much of a strain it can be on parents. Sure, it's not the same disability, but the family struggling through it is definitely displayed well and R.J. Mitte as Walter Jr. is an excellent fit. Although I'm betting he was only cast because he too has Cerebral Palsy, he still fits the bill and plays the character brilliantly.
Fantastic, fantastic show. I don't want to tell you much about the seasons events as it is quite short and risks spoiling certain events. I have to tell you that there are times in which this show doesn't hold back. It has no qualms about showing you the brutality of a broken man fighting against his own sense of morality, joining the drug world and even dealing with the fact that he killed a guy. Oh and obviously he's dying and is reminded of that from time to time but it's certainly gelled together brilliantly.
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