Note: This article contains spoilers for El Camino: A breaking bad movie.
We do not necessarily have to required it but Vince Gilligan really came with us El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie – The first reviews are almost perfect.
Immediately after the escape of Jesse Pinkman from the neo-Nazi complex – Walter White is officially dead and Jesse is now destitute – Aaron Paul's baggy-jeaned Crystal Meth-cook offers a graceful yet violent swan song.
It was a tough job for Gilligan to write and direct El Caminobut, judging by the critical response, he has managed to make a worthy contribution breaking Bad Universe.
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Below is a selection of the reviews from which you have been selected Rotted tomatoes – The film is currently closed 95% Rating at the time of writing.
"Did we really have to see what happened next to Aaron Paul's Jesse Pinkman? Surely it was enough to know that he had fled the white gang of the Supremacists, and we could only believe that Jesse would be fine.
"We should not have worried. El Camino: A breaking bad movie The question of whether it is necessary may not be entirely unanswered, but it is still a wonderful coda for the television series and a showcase for Aaron Paul's highest talent. "
"Like the original series (and further Saul), the action here is sometimes exciting, sometimes terrible and sometimes just funny. And in El CaminoThe best moments are all these things at the same time. (Among other things, it ruins an easy-to-listen radio forever.)
"If Vince Gilligan operates close to his powers and takes the time to fix one of the few things that did not work out well on the show, that's a damn fun gift."