Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium.

from Breaking Bad (Ft. Peter Gould) – Granite State on Rap Genius

Meaning

Fantasy comedy-drama about a 243-year-old magical store owner (Dustin Hoffman), about to retire, who forms an employee (Natalie Portman) that’ll take care of the store in the end.

A metaphor about cancer-stricken Walter and formerly incompetent Jesse Pinkman.

We weren’t allowed to show the cover, of course, because that’s a Fox property. At a certain point, in the way the scene was written, we had a whole series of movie titles, and Bryan and I realized that it was just so much funnier with one. I love the way he delivers that. When we were in the writer’s room, whenever that title came up it, for some reason, it always brought smiles to our faces. Not to say anything bad about the movie which, frankly, I haven’t seen, but it’s just… you can imagine that that would be Walter White’s least favorite movie to watch.
Peter Gould

Spoiler
In the end Magorium dies…possible foreshadowing?

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