El Camino adds no redemption to Breaking Bad, but ups the insight into Jesse Pinkman

The VergeWriter-director Vince Gilligan brings an underlying confidence to nearly every moment of El Camino, the Breaking Bad sequel movie he made for Netflix. The carefully choreographed cinematography, Aaron Paul's raw and committed performance, Gilligan's ...

October 12th 2019


'El Camino' Review: A Riveting Goodbye to 'Breaking Bad'

IndieWireMany of those elements can also be found in “El Camino,” the new Netflix film — and feature-length epilogue for the series — that follows Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), starting mere seconds after audiences last saw him in the “Breaking Bad” finale. Loosed ...

October 11th 2019


'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie' Review: Fan Service Firing on All Cylinders

Rolling Stone(This review contains no real spoilers for El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie. A more detailed and spoiler-filled take on the film is coming tomorrow morning at 9.) Writing the adventures of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman required at least as much ...

October 11th 2019


Review: 'El Camino,' a 'Breaking Bad' Sequel, Is Suspenseful and Superfluous

The New York TimesSpoilers for “El Camino: A 'Breaking Bad' Movie” follow. Early in “El Camino,” Old Joe (Larry Hankin), a junkyard proprietor, visits Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) to relieve him of the stolen pickup-car that gives this sequel its title. This job's on the house, he tells ...

October 11th 2019