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Walter White, a struggling high school chemistry teacher, is diagnosed with advanced lung cancer. He turns to a life of crime, producing and selling methamphetamine accompanied by a former student, Jesse Pinkman, with the aim of securing his family's financial future before he dies.
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Walt clears snow off of his car and gets in holding a package of money. He looks around in the glove compartment and finds a screwdriver. He tries to start the car with it but ends up hurting his hand. Police lights shine behind his car and a flashlight shines around. He whispers to himself, "Just get me home, I'll do the rest." The police car passes and Walt lowers the overhead mirror. Keys to the car fall down and he starts the engine. Walt, having driven from New Hampshire, pulls over to get g... more

Granite State

The van that is driving Walt drives into the back of a vacuum sales store. The driver opens the garage and drives his van in. He opens the van door and tells the passenger that they can come out. Saul Goodman exits the van with his luggage. He is surprised to see that the store is actually a vacuum store and not just a front. The man takes Saul's photo for his new Nebraska driver's license and says he will have to hide out in the store for two or three days. The man warns Saul that he will have a bunk ma... more


Jesse finishes cooking meth with Walt in their trailer. Walt leaves the trailer in his underwear and calls Skyler to apologize for being late to dinner. He agrees to pick up pizza on his way home and they decide to name their baby Holly. In the present, there is a gunfight going on at the same location that Walt and Jesse originally cooked meth in the trailer. Hank has been shot in the leg and Gomez is dead. Jack stops Hank just as he manages to reach Gomez's shotgun. Todd points out that ... more



Breaking Bad: 'El Camino': Aaron Paul on Why Recreating a 'Breaking Bad' Scene Was the Movie's Toughest Moment News | TVBuzer

'El Camino': Aaron Paul on Why Recreating a 'Breaking Bad' Scene Was the Movie's Toughest Moment

Jesse Pinkman’s goodbye at the close of “Breaking Bad” was one that took a surprisingly short amount of time to capture. The final image of Aaron Paul’s character on the TV series showed Jesse, freed from a custom-made meth cartel cage and fleeing behind the wheel of a car in a flurry of cathartic screams. Paul told IndieWire that, despite the challenging emotions that flowed though that scene, the process of filming it six years ago was over far quicker than he’d anti... more

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'El Camino' Is an Ideal Epilogue to a Perfect Ending, Not Another Chapter of 'Breaking Bad'

Vince Gilligan didn’t want to change the ending of “Breaking Bad.” No one did. Not really. Even those who wanted to see more stories with Walter White and Jesse Pinkman had to respect how their stories wrapped up in the award-winning crime saga. Walter dies, as was his destiny. Jesse lives, as he deserved. Rare is it to find such a fitting yet fulfilling ending to a long-running, highly respected drama series, and rarer still for just about everyone to agree that the show nail... more

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'El Camino' Review: A Riveting Goodbye to 'Breaking Bad'

It’s easy to think of “Breaking Bad” first as an action crime drama. Any montage of the series’ most memorable moments would have explosions and car crashes and shootouts and stacks of money scaled high enough to take a nap on. But it’s just as accurate to think of the six-season AMC series as a tragic ballet. The tonal balance needed to present its main protagonist as both a desperate man and a monster, with a dexterity in writing that can deliver a three-word dagger&... more


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