I'm glad you named Breaking Bad, it's my absolute number 1 favorite TV Show (sorry Sherlock).
Dialogue is absolutely important, I agree with that, and some directors can do dialogues brilliantly, like Quentin Tarantino (and others) but I also agree with "Show don't tell", meaning of course to rather show what a character feels or thinks through expressing it nonverbal, than to let them tell us. But that all depends on the movie and what the movie is about etc.
Also dialogue is part of storytelling, in my opinion..
That's interesting, didn't know you had 'a tiny bit OCD'. And yes of course personal relation is very important. Everyone has a different taste in movies, everyone has opinions and that's good, and everyone relates to different movies differently.
No we're probably not, some of the movies you've listed are on my list too so.. (:
You yourself said dialogue was important, so writing too much is not a possibility here ^^