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Jesse Pinkman rides one last time in Vince Gilligan's feature film sequel to 'Breaking Bad.' Here's how it plays out.
But Gilligan did not leave it at that. Instead, he wrote and directed a two-hour feature called
While Gilligan's original vision for Jesse's ending was open to interpretation, the man who first dreamed Heisenberg into existence made it clear in his script he saw a brighter road ahead for Mr. White's star pupil. Would the outcome of
The answer to those questions — the final fate of Jesse Pinkman — now stands revealed, thanks to
Jesse spends the rest of the afternoon visiting vacuum retailers, hoping to find the clean-up guy Saul (Bob Odenkirk) once told him about, so he can buy his way to freedom. Eventually, Jesse finds the right man: Ed Galbraith, played once again by "Granite State" actor Robert Forster. Ed won't take Jesse until he has enough money to pay for the time he ditched the opportunity to escape in season five's "Confessions," as well as the new disappearing costs. Jesse is $1,800 short of the expense, sending him back out into the world to get the right amount of cash.
In the end, Jesse takes Jane's advice, and chooses his final destination: Alaska, the last frontier, the place he said he wanted to escape to all the way back in "Confessions." (The first scene ofRead more: Hollywood Reporter
'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie': TV ReviewVince Gilligan and Aaron Paul jump back into the aftermath of 'Breaking Bad' for a two-hour movie that's fun and often thrilling, but never feels necessary. Nope. Only one-fecta unicorn with 3 legs. Horribly boring and unsatisfying Was absolutely a bore fest. Storyline was terrible
Aaron Paul Recaps 'Breaking Bad' in Two and a Half Minutes, Talks 'El Camino' on 'Kimmel'The actor quickly summed up five seasons of the AMC series, highlighting moments like 'Walt getting naked in a grocery store' and Paul's Pinkman saying 'bitch' plenty of times. aaronpaul_8 abramkadabramm bimmmmm mkpiccard FYI
‘El Camino’: What to Remember 6 Years After ‘Breaking Bad’“El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie” comes to Netflix on Friday. Here’s a refresher on where “Breaking Bad” left Jesse Pinkman and the rest of the show's characters — alive, dead or somewhere in between. If you can’t recite from memory where every main and most secondary characters of Breaking Bad are at the end of season 5, you’re fucking casual. (£_¥€¥€£¥8000))) Vince, don’t fail us now!
‘Breaking Bad’ Movie Review: ‘El Camino’s A Flat Tire That Covers No New GroundSPOILER ALERT: This story contains details of El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, which debuted today on Netflix. So, tread lightly. As the title makes clear, Breaking Bad is back today on Netflix an… I dont think you were watching the same movie everyone else was...... Let it be a flat rim we'd still watch it 😂😂 It's not supposed to. It's an epilogue.
TV Review: ‘El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie’SPOILER ALERT: The following review contains spoilers for “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie.” “El Camino,” which begins moments after the events depicted in the 2013 finale of “Breaking Bad,” is sta… don't know if you guys heard, but the TV show ended and this is now a FILM and what y'all have published is a movie review This review is all over the place. As though they’re having 100 thoughts in one sentence. Decent film, it picked up at an appropriate place for the diehard Breaking Bad fans. Jesse's journey and metamorphosis was a difficult one full of torture, betrayal, and heartache.
Review: ‘El Camino,’ a ‘Breaking Bad’ Sequel, Is Suspenseful and SuperfluousReview: 'El Camino' is 'a well-crafted postscript that entertainingly extends the 'Breaking Bad' cinematic universe by 2 hours without really adding to it,' writes poniewozik. Spoilers ahead. poniewozik poniewozik 'a well-crafted postscript that entertainingly extends the 'Breaking Bad' cinematic universe by 2 hours' -- that's good enough for me! I love BreakingBad and BetterCallSaul! poniewozik It was f-cking great, bitch.