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New trailer released today.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1JLUn2DFW4w



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Chip away the stone
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^^^ Nice. I hope it's a moving as the that trailer makes it out to be.
 
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Get on the fifty!
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I'm getting nervous since it's being hyped so much. Hopefully it's what it needs to be.



Pickin' stones and pullin' teats is a hard way to make a living. But, sure as God's got sandals, it beats fightin' dudes with treasure trails.

We've been tricked, we've been backstabbed, and we've been quite possibly, bamboozled.
 
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I like "A Breaking Bad Movie"

Perhaps hinting that there could be others?


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Who is he burrying? Holy crap there seemed to be a lot in that trailer and yet I do not have that "I have seen the movie" feeling I get after most trailers these days.

I didn't realize it would pick up from the last scene in BB. I am pretty pumped about it now. That was a great trailer.



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Well, so far it looks a lot more interesting to me than Better Call Saul. I only got a few episodes into that one before I just ran out of steam. I’ll definitely be watching on October 11th.
 
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Who is he burrying? Holy crap there seemed to be a lot in that trailer and yet I do not have that "I have seen the movie" feeling I get after most trailers these days.

I didn't realize it would pick up from the last scene in BB. I am pretty pumped about it now. That was a great trailer.


Probably burying Walt, who was shot in the last BB episode.
 
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Maybe he is digging up the money? Since the police closed in on the compound I doubt he has Walt's body.
 
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Just watched it, very good. A lot of cameos and flashbacks. Jesse even gets some revenge. Jesse Plemons as Todd was great, incredible actor, in my opinion. Wrapped up Jesses story well.
 
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Can’t wait! I’m still binging the last few episodes to catch up before I decide to watch the movie.


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Loved it. Great performances.
 
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I thought the movie was very good but the ending could have been a little better; however how could you ever top the ending of Breaking Bad?

All things considered, I thought the movie was good but it leaves me wanting more Eek
 
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They didn't alter or ruin anything great about the series, which is all I could ask for.



Pickin' stones and pullin' teats is a hard way to make a living. But, sure as God's got sandals, it beats fightin' dudes with treasure trails.

We've been tricked, we've been backstabbed, and we've been quite possibly, bamboozled.
 
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Not Today
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Just finished it. Very well done.


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I thought the movie was very good but the ending could have been a little better; however how could you ever top the ending of Breaking Bad?

All things considered, I thought the movie was good but it leaves me wanting more Eek


The ending could've been a lot better...….but I have a feeling it's leaving the door open for another movie. That being said......might be best to watch Breaking Bad over again before seeing it, as a lot of scattered flash backs. I thought it was very good, but not great like BB was.
 
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I enjoyed it, but I'm BB junkie so maybe a bit biased. The ending was fine with me. I kinda like it when there's things still ahead for the protagonist as he drives off into the unknown.

You really need to have watched BB in order to fully appreciate this movie. So many connections to the BB past would leave someone without BB knowledge not understanding the plot line. I'm sure that was the intent.



Men fight for liberty and win it with hard knocks. Their children, brought up easy, let it slip away again, poor fools. And their grandchildren are once more slaves.

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The ending could've been a lot better...….but I have a feeling it's leaving the door open for another movie. That being said......might be best to watch Breaking Bad over again before seeing it, as a lot of scattered flash backs. I thought it was very good, but not great like BB was.


I was wondering about that too (leaving the door open for more.)

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You really need to have watched BB in order to fully appreciate this movie. So many connections to the BB past would leave someone without BB knowledge not understanding the plot line. I'm sure that was the intent.


Yeah, I don't know why someone who didn't watch the series would watch El Camino.
 
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I enjoyed it. Nothing wrong with the ending IMO. No need to wrap everything up with a nice bow on it.
 
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I enjoyed it. Nothing wrong with the ending IMO. No need to wrap everything up with a nice bow on it.


Yeah, does Jesse pull into a dinner and meet up with a love interest that pulls his heart strings as Jane did? and live happily ever after or does he find a dealer and go back to using. Or does he meet a dealer and they hook up to "cook". Pick the one that suites you. I'm going with starts cooking again.



Men fight for liberty and win it with hard knocks. Their children, brought up easy, let it slip away again, poor fools. And their grandchildren are once more slaves.

-D.H. Lawrence
 
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***SPOILERS***



It seemed to be the end of Jesse's story. There was closure, he'd faced some devils, came out alive and is now a different man who finally accepts he has control of his life. A sequel would destroy that. Not saying Jesse hasn't shown a lot of weakness with potential for more, I'd like to believe that's over for him.




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