It may have been heralded as one of the best TV series of all time but it seems as though not everyone was too impressed with the Breaking Bad finale.

In fact, Britney Spears and Oliver Stone (who thought they'd ever put those two names together in a sentence) have both expressed their disappointment with final episode 'Felina' this week.

SPOILER ALERT: If you're planning to watch Breaking Bad and/or don't want to know what happened in the final episode, we strongly suggest you look away now.

First up, Oliver Stone. Entertainment Weekly reports that the Platoon director was promoting his documentary series, The Untold History of the United State,s when he apparently revealed he had major issues with the finale and one scene in particular.

"There's too much violence in our movies - and it's all unreal to me," Stone said. "I don't know if you saw the denouement [of Breaking Bad], I happen to not watch the series very much, but I happened to tune in and I saw the most ridiculous 15 minutes of a movie - it would be laughed off the screen."

The scene which Stone is referring to is that all imporant climactic few minutes when Walter White parks the car outside the white supremacist club, opens the boot using a key-chain remote, and unleashes hell with a machine gun that slaughters the whole lot of 'em.

"Nobody could park his car right then and there and could have a machine gun that could go off perfectly and kill all of the bad guys!" the director argued. "It would be a joke. It's only in the movies that you find this kind of fantasy violence. And that's infected the American culture; you young people believe all of this s**t. Batman and Superman, you've lost your minds, and you don‘t even know it! At least respect violence. I'm not saying don't show violence, but show it with authenticity... If people think that bringing a machine gun to your last meeting is a solution to a television series that's very popular, I think they're insane. Something's wrong. It's not the world we know."

Former pop princess Britney Spears also admitted that she wasn't thrilled with the show's ending. "I love the show" Spears told New York radio station Z100, "I didn't like it (the finale) at all. I didn't think he (Walter White) should have died... Maybe they'll do another episode where the ambulance comes and revives him."

And it seems as though Walter himself, Bryan Cranston, got wind of what Ms Spears had been saying, because he took to Twitter yesterday to send her a response. Unfortunately, he didn't spell her Twitter handle correctly, but we're sure the message will get through.