El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie


Action / Drama

IMDb Rating 8.4 10 81,896


Downloaded 272,296 times
November 2, 2019



Aaron Paul as Floyd
Krysten Ritter as Model
1.92 GB
23.976 fps
122 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by amazingkick 9 / 10 / 10

People are expecting too much

Everyone thought that El Camino would be better or equal to Breaking Bad; but the thing is you can't surpass perfection. Breaking Bad is undoubtedly the best or at least one of the best TV series of all time. Just because it isn't better than BrBa doesn't mean it sucks. This film is Jesse's Felina. Wonderful cinematography, great acting, great directing by Gilligan and fan favorite characters return. It however has slow pacing but all in all is a solid film.

Reviewed by sebastianmitton 10 / 10 / 10

A farewell to Jesse Pinkman

El Camino was to Jesse, what Felina was to Walt. I was fine with how Breaking Bad ended, and was fine with how they left Jesse's character driving off into the night. But over the last few episodes of Breaking Bad, the show focused more on Walt and very little on his off sider. El Camino was the farewell to Mr Pinkman that we didn't quite get from Breaking Bad. Before the movie came out I had asked the question " is this going to be a story worth telling?" My answer? Yes, El Camino was a story worth being told.

Reviewed by aaryanb-63444 10 / 10 / 10

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie Review (Spoiler Free) .

El Camino was not only an amazing sequel to the series finale of Breaking Bad, but an amazing movie itself. The movie is set immediately after the events of Breaking Band's finale, showcasing Jesse Pinkman in his car, driving away. It brings back the familiar faces of characters like Mike, Badger, Skinny Pete, etc. It was full of suspense, having viewers on edge about what would happen to Jesse throughout the course of the film. The cinematography in this movie was amazing, there were so many beautiful shots that could be used as a wallpaper, both as a Breaking Bad fan or in general. It was slightly comedic, but very dark. The movie is filled with flashbacks and Jesse's memories of the Neo Nazis he was forced to work for, even showcasing his good/peaceful side that shows he doesn't want violence to be his first option, yet, he needs it to be one after everything he had been through. I was originally going to watch it in theaters, but I couldn't help myself, being a huge Breaking Bad fan myself. I believe you'd love this film, if you haven't watched breaking bad, then go watch it. The show had amazing writing, acting, directing, etc. This movie is less like long Breaking Bad episode, and more like a tribute to a character who needed more closure, it closes Jesse's story well. Vince Gilligan did well in creating a continuation to a series that ended amazingly. Again, a 10/10 from me. Tried to keep it as spoiler free as possible lmao.

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