El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie
In the wake of his dramatic escape from captivity, Jesse Pinkman must come to terms with his past in order to forge some kind of future.
ActorsStarring: Aaron Paul, Jesse Plemons, Charles Baker, Matt Jones, Scott MacArthur, Larry Hankin, Scott Shepherd, Tom Bower, Robert Forster, Jonathan Banks, Bryan Cranston, Krysten Ritter, Kevin Rankin, Tess Harper, Michael Bofshever, Marla Gibbs, Brendan Sexton III, Johnny Ortiz, Todd Terry, Julie Pearl, Gloria Sandoval, Carlos Sepulveda, Matthew Van Wettering, Chris Bylsma, David Mattey, Cody Renee Cameron
My opinion : The film features plenty of elevated performances from Aaron Paul and the cast including an ambitiously captivating look at Jesse Pinkman’s final form as a hardened tough guy with nothing to lose and the heart of a hunter who does not stop until he reaches his goal. But the film i troubling in the sense that there never feels like anything of particular interesting or engagement in the film except maybe in the ending. It feels much less like a film actually and ressembles closer to a 17th episode to the fifth season of Breaking Bad, the one to tie it all together and the one to end Jesse’s unmistakably long and daringly soul wrenching arc from a hood druggy and failed student onto a quick shot, feared man who is recognized as a hero by many. We are presented to; el camino.