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As I long time fan of Kevin Smith. This is easily the worst film he's ever created (including cop out and red state) this premise is insane but it's kevin so let's roll with it. The acting is pretty spot on, either cause kevin has always been a good actors director and possibly just from the talent of the cast. On a technical level the film is above average, beautiful cinematography and well thought out locations and other basic filmmaking techniques shine here. But the characters aren't that fun to watch the monster reveal is laughable and everything just feels too cringe and deranged to get a chance to enjoy anything. I regret watching this and hope to never have to again
El Camino A Breaking Bad Movie doesn't really add much to the overall story from the hit series. Honestly this feels like a decent victory lap for the series. From cameos fans I'm sure wanted to moments between characters that were nice to see. A fine watch that stays true to the tv show. If you loved the ending of the series then you don't need to see this, but if you have the time it's a decent watch