Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad, El Camino

Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad

TV Review: ‘El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie’

TV review: Aaron Paul in 'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie'


TV review: Aaron Paul in ' 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…

scarified by his captors in ways facial hair had hidden and memory may have elided. And a larger part is time — six years older than he was at show’s end, when he was playing someone just barely out of his teens, Paul at 40 holds the screen in a new way now.

That journey is told with flair, if not always much wit or irony: Jesse has been through the darkest parts of “Breaking Bad,” and thus the show’s occasional levity has no place in his narrative now. There’s a momentum to his story — it has

of Jesse’s quest feels surprising in its lack of surprise.) Vince Gilligan, the show’s creator and the film’s director and writer, makes use of a presumably robust budget and of the fact that “El Camino” will be exhibited on some big screens with some genuinely gorgeous shot making.

about what it means to make moral slips far less seismic than making and dealing meth, and what sort of person chooses to avoid redemption. The show has waned in interest

— Walt and Jesse together again and, better yet, in happier times, via a late-in-film flashback in which Walt advises Jesse that a remarkable future lies ahead of him. Jesse could go to college or, Walt says, practically teach a college course, so expert is he in business now.

of what came before, not just in the story but within the soul of a man whom we remember, from years ago, as young in every particular. “El Camino” makes choices that limit its success and that don’t serve the legacy of “Breaking Bad.” But its arrival at a place of wholeness after two hours of painful anxiety suggest that, though the path Gilligan and company took was at times a dubious one, “El Camino” can’t, finally, be said to have lost its way.

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Oh my goodness such a great movie Aaron Paul he’s so awesome hoping we will get more movies following up this movie fans don’t want to say goodbye to Breaking Bad Meh, I thought it was kinda boring. Too boring netflix $nflx... I am not finishing it... I got to Jessie waking up in the AM when his buddies go to watch the news when it is still dark outside and I was like.. damn, not even continuity within a few seconds makes any sense... lol

DPD_ Now I have sads. DPD_ Overrated. Overhyped. 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. This review is all over the place. As though they’re having 100 thoughts in one sentence.

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

‘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!

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

Watch Aaron Paul Recap Breaking Bad in Less Than 3 MinutesThe new movie, which serves as a sequel to the hit AMC series, is set to premiere on Netflix on Sunday.

Watch Aaron Paul Recap ‘Breaking Bad’ in Under Three Minutes on ‘Kimmel’Watch Aaron Paul recap all of ' Breaking Bad ' in under three minutes on Kimmel Kojima_Hideo Ghaziola Kojima_Hideo Did Kojima just RT Jimmy Kimmel lmao gpl_03 HappyMadison77

Aaron Paul's 2-minute 'Breaking Bad' recap is the only one you need Aaron Paul 's 2-minute ' Breaking Bad ' recap is the only one you need before ' El Camino ' Clip is 4 minutes. dopemindbamn Can’t wait to watch El Camino, also always liked how Breaking Bad showed how Science can be cool.

Breaking Bad Timeline Explained: From Saul to 'Felina'Need a BreakingBad recap before ElCamino? Check out our comprehensive timeline, from 'Better Call Saul' to 'Felina.'

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