'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie' has released and this is how Twitter is reacting to the movie. 'El Camino' is the much awaited sequel of Netflix’s Breaking Bad. It is a closure of the Breaking Bad franchise.
Vince Gilligan, writer-director of Breaking Bad, after the show's finale, decided to give fans a closure by all the answering all the questions about the series.
Fans waited long enough for the movie. Lets go through the reactions and find out if Gilligan was able to tie up the loose ends. Here are some reactions after watching the movie:
For me, Jesse Pinkman was the best character on Breaking Bad. Someone who was good, deep down, or maybe who yearned so much to be the good person that was in there but from whom his choices made it so hard to reach..and who Walter made impossible to reach. Loved #ElCaminoMovie— Jon Miller (@hawkeyenation) October 11, 2019
El Camino is a long episode of Breaking Bad. A bit slow in parts. But nevertheless worthy of being a Breaking bad episode. And that's a huge compliment. #ElCaminoMovie— Gabbbar (@GabbbarSingh) October 12, 2019
I went into #ElCaminoMovie with the most ridiculous of high expectations, and leave it feeling like all of them were exceeded. It somehow managed to do the impossible of making the perfect ending of breaking bad even better. pic.twitter.com/WmaL8UdyJh— Maffew (@MaffewPlaysGame) October 11, 2019
#ElCaminoMovie Review: The story of Jesse Pinkman didn't feel like a movie but more like that final episode, the true goodbye to such an iconic character. We all want Jesse to find peace and this was that last hoorah for Aaron Paul with the character. This movie was fan service.— Krashy, The Content Creator (@Krashy) October 11, 2019
Just finished #ElCaminoMovie only complaint, sever lack of the word “bitch”. 9/10.— michael. (@hypernyght) October 12, 2019
Robert Forster the actor who recreated his role as Ed in 'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie' has passed away. Ed is the last characted he portrayed.