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What critics thought about 'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie'

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Because AMC's crown jewel Breaking Bad wrapped up quite neatly in 2013, it was a surprise to many that El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie was slated to release on Netflix a full six years later. Of course, any apprehension die-hard fans might've felt were likely quelled some by the return of creator and director Vince Gilligan and fan favorite Aaron Paul as Jesse.


That said, a made-for-streaming movie that acts as a latter-day epilogue to what many call one of the greatest television shows of all time is a premise that's almost a perfect set up for a hit-or-miss scenario. 


In her review, Mashable's Angie Han explained that "the best reason to watch El Camino is that it's simply fun to be back in this world again" and that the film lacks essential elements when it comes to the broader narrative arc of the Breaking Bad universe.  Read more...

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