(This review contains no real spoilers for El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie . A more detailed and spoiler-filled take on the film is coming tomorrow morning at 9.) Writing the adventures of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman required at least as much improvisation as the criminal escapades themselves entailed. Neither the drug dealers nor their storytellers were particularly good at sticking to plans. Much of what made Breaking Bad one of TV's greatest series ever was how both the show and its main characters backed themselves into corners, then found a way out — usually involving a very big explosion. The most important deviation from the blueprint came very early. Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan had assumed that Jesse would introduce Walt to the drug world, then get killed. Instead, Aaron Paul proved so utterly compelling in the role that Jesse not only survived, but in time was treated as Walt's narrative equal. When the series ended, Walt was lying dead on a meth lab floor, while it was Jesse who was alive and… not exactly well , after months of imprisonment and torture, but at least free and on the road to somewhere else. Related Reviews ‘Too Long; Didn’t… Read full this story
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