El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie
A sequel, of sorts, to Breaking Bad following Jesse Pinkman after Thyssen e events captured in the finale of Breaking Bad. Jesse is now on the run, as a massive police k for him U is in operation. He has a plan to get out of Albuquerque, but he'll need heaps of cash to do it. Luckily, he knows where some may be stashed. ijj
Director: Vince Gilligan
Writer: Vince Gilligan, Vince Gilligan (based on "Breaking Bad" by)
Released: 11 Oct 2019
Movie Video Clips
You're really lucky
I was thinking about that thing you said...
You are on fire
Defective and shit
What's wrong with you
You know he's not gonna be happy
- Only you can decide what's best for you, Jesse. Not him, not me.
- So, what are you gonna do with all that money?
- Same thing I do with all the other money. How about you, teenage retiree? You'll be living the dream.
- Not sure I should stick around town. That's a start. Nothing really keeping me here.
- Where would you go? If you were me. - Doesn't matter. I'm not you. - Seriously, come on. Like, if you were my age. Just play along. Make some conversation.
- Yeah? Yeah, if I were your age, starting fresh, Alaska. It's the last frontier. Up there, you could be anything you want.
- Sorry, kid, that's the one thing you can never do.
- Dude, you suck. This thing's, like, defective and shit. Think you got Cheeto dust in the controller.
- It's a bad carpenter that blames his hammer, yo. Whatever. You're apexing too early. You're apexing too early. I'm apexing at the apex, bitch. Don't be telling me how to drive and shit. You cou
- I gotta get that car off the street.
- Come check out what's on TV. Man, what's wrong with you? I ain't watching no TV right now. It's the news.
- Is it true that a military grade firearm was altered and used to carry out this attack? To the best of my knowledge, it was an M60 machine gun, which, yes, that's strictly a military issue weapo
- ...was, in fact, held in captivity. What were the motives of his captors? Can't speculate on that at this time...
- Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! Jesse! - Who's there? - Hey! It's cool man, it's us! It's us. It's us, Jesse, you're safe. It's us.
- My stuff's gonna fit you like a T, yo. Not like if you had to borrow it from Sasquatch over here. Can't help it that I'm sized for love. Yeah, you go love all the giraffes you want, bitch. Me an
- Yeah, this here's barely worn. How's this working for you? Good?
- Right on. Get you some new clothes then.
- Shower will make you feel a whole lot better. Truth be told, you look like you're hurting for one. Church. No offense.
- Got you a clean towel, the one on the right. Well, kinda. And feel free to open up a new bar of Irish Spring, whatever. It's underneath, you know. 'Cause the old one might have, like, hairs on i
- Did they really keep you in a cage?
- - Whoa, dude. Why'd you... - Looking sharp, yo.
- Yeah, looking sharp. Feel like a new man? Yeah. Thanks. Want a little something, take the edge off?
- Why'd you, uh, turn off the TV?
- News that bad? There's just, uh... a whole lot of it. Yeah. I gotta get out of here.
- Where to? You got a plan? Maybe.
- Hey, uh, Skinny, you got a burner you can give me?
- Fully charged and clean as a whistle.
- First, I gotta get rid of that car.
- ...to the victims and his role in their brutal slayings remains unconfirmed by federal authorities. However, APD sources say the suspect is Jesse Bruce Pinkman, a local man who was a student of
- - Where's the victim? - It's in the back. Look, thank you so much for doing this, Joe. About the money, if we can maybe... It's on the house.
- Watch it, bitch! You gentlemen threw me plenty of business back in the day. I got no complaints in that department. "Magnets!" Yeah. That was a good one. So... Frankly, you know, I can tell you
- I had zero confidence that that would work. None whatsoever, but hey, live and learn. Joe, what are you doing? Writing myself a little insurance policy. You know, strictly precautionary. Belt an
- All right, mind at ease, think we're good. Whoa.
- Wait. Joe, what are you doing? Fleeing, and I suggest you do the same. LoJack. The company just activated it, just this minute. Talk about timing. - Just... - Look, Johnny Law is on his way, a
- Sorry. Who's got the keys to that car? Keys!
- Yo. Yo! What are you doing? We gotta get this thing outta here. Badger, give me the keys to your Fiero. Why?
- You take my car. I don't even like your car. Drives like a dick. Badger drives my T-bird 200, 300 miles away and ditches it. Think you'll be heading to Mexico? No, not Mexico. Right on, even be
- Yo. Kick in, bitch. I'm doing it. Jesus!
- Guys, I don't know what to say. Don't say nothing. Just go.
- Seat belt. Speed limit. You got about three hours to get this thing down south. I'll keep my mouth shut till then, but after that, they gonna be putting a APB out on this bitch. I'll get her th
- Take care of her, Jesse. She's a special lady. That right there is a clown car. No self-respecting outlaw would ever get caught dead in that thing. That's why it's perfect, yo. Deep cover.
- Oh, uh, the El Camino, let me see the keys.
- Just might keep you from getting spotted. Can't hurt, right?
- Dude... you're my hero and shit.
- Everything good? Yeah. - Good. - Great.
- Guy on KOB keeps calling for rain. What do you think?
- Guy said like forty percent chance yesterday. Sixty percent today. Maybe it was even fifty yesterday.
- But so far, I mean, I... Yeah, I see clouds, but I wouldn't call 'em rain clouds, just regular... regular cloud-clouds.
- Anyway, that's what they look like to me. Yeah, well, those guys aren't... always that accurate. Yeah, right.
- I'm not putting myself out there as any kind of expert or whatnot, but I do think it's gonna be... a beautiful afternoon.
- Yeah. Uncle Jack took everybody down to Elephant Butte, on account of he got this new Chaparral. It's pretty bad-ass, but I told him... I'm not really big into waterskiing, plus, somebody's...
- And I... I'd really like your help with something.
- So... I... I hate to be all like... But we gotta talk ground rules. Uh, if you tried to, you know, escape, I'm gonna have to visit the little boy. It'll basically be... out of my hands at that p
- Good. I appreciate it, Jesse.
- I'ma do a better job of keeping you clean from now on, okay? Promise.
- There's no water in it. There used to be water in it, but they took it out a couple years ago 'cause of... some insurance thing. Okay, so, it's not actually that heavy, but... try as I might,
- Okay, well, let's both go sideways for a while.
- I thought maybe I could just hang it from the ceiling here...
- and just drive right under and drop it in, but my... landlord didn't really like that idea.
- I found this thing on Craigslist. So...
- - Yeah. - So is that what you needed help with?
- The drug kingpin once known throughout the southwest as Heisenberg may yet claim a final victim. Texas authorities investigating the poisoning of a Houston woman are looking into her possible con
- ...have been moved indefinitely after the discovery of asbestos in 70 percent of the units. All residents have been temporarily relocated...
- Hey there, look what the cat dragged in. Did I hear voices? Were you talking to somebody? Nope, not that I know of. Hey there, Lou. What you up to? A little horticultural maintenance. This ficus
- Oh, man. That guy. He's not supposed to be home at this hour. We really lucked out that he didn't see you. He's just always lurking around, being nosy. I mean, he was in Vietnam, which I totall
- Yeah, it's... it's nice. Kinda... pastel. - But in a good way. - Yeah, right? I was thinking of Easter eggs, but... lately, I'm thinking I might like to try some new paint. This stuff is star
- What... What... Ah, shit! Okay, please don't, you know, make me feel worse than I already do.
- Who is this? Sonia, my cleaning lady. And honestly, I don't feel much like talking about it, so...
- You want to give me a hand, Jesse?
- Okay. Now, we just gotta wait for nosy Lou to go bowling. I think he leaves in like an hour. You want some soup?
- You want soup? I got chicken noodle, chicken and stars, cream of chicken. Bean with bacon. One left, Jesse.
- - What did she do to you? - What? Oh, she didn't do anything to me.
- Right there. That book, if you wanna know so bad.
- Uncle Jack taught me always keep my money close, so... I have these old World BookEncyclopedias, the whole entire set. A to Z. My grammy gave 'em to me when I was in middle school, but I figure
- So your cleaning lady was stealing your money? What? No.
- She was as honest as the day is long. Like, George Washington honest.
- But she found it, and I can't have anybody finding it. She brought it straight in here to show me. She actually thought I didn't know it was there. I just... I wonder what the heck she was look
- M for Mexico maybe? I don't know. It's weird. Where are we gonna... take her?
- Someplace pretty. She deserves that.
- Hey, do me a favor and put that away, would ya? Just straight down the hall all the way in the back, there's a whole shelf of 'em.
- Thanks. Sure you don't want any soup?
- How you like my bedroom? Pretty bitchin', huh?
- I guess I better come up with a new hiding place for my money.
- They got these things called banks.
- Actually, I think I know the perfect spot. It might take a little engineering, but... Man, it would be right here and nobody would ever find it.
- "Nothing beats cash on hand," that's what Uncle Jack says.
- - ...an average kid. - Yeah. I mean, he liked to draw. He was good at that. When was the last time you saw him? Uh... A year. Maybe more. I mean... it was way before all of this. Is there anyt
- Please... come forward. Too many people have...
- For your sake, for everybody's sake, son, turn yourself in.
- Hey, grab another pack, would ya? There should be one in the glove box.
- Jesse, I'll... I'll take that.
- On the way home, I was gonna get us some pizza.
- A couple large pies. Maybe a six-pack of beer?
- 'Cause... 'cause you earned it today. You definitely did.
- What kind of pizza do you like, Jesse?
- Pepperoni. Pepperoni. Sure. Classic. I like that too.
- Should be a heck of a sunset.
- You know what Uncle Jack says, "Life is what you make it."
- Oh, hey. You folks are back, huh? Wow. When you search a place, you really search it. Sir, what can we do for you? I'm Louis Schanzer. I live across the hall, down in unit 11. I talked to your
- Okay. I'll start here, you start in the back. Let's meet in the middle.
- Neil, they've tossed the shit out of this place. What's left to find? Shut up and look.
- Yeah, no crazy in this house. Perfectly normal.
- I'm no cop killer. You be cool... and I will be cool. Understand?
- Call your partner in here. Casual, very casual. Do it.
- Yeah. Come in here, would ya?
- You find something? Yeah, pretty much.
- What's waiting for me back there, Casey? Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! - Put your gun down! - Okay, relax, relax. Put your gun down and show me your hands! Everybody relax. He says he's not looking
- So let's just... let's figure this out, all right? Let's... We're gonna figure this out. What are you doing here, Pinkman? There's something I need. As soon as I get it, I am gone. You let me ou
- Tell him, Casey, tell him how many. A good six, last I counted. Six my ass, I counted eight of 'em down there. Patrol car on all four corners, more up the street. They hear shooting, what do yo
- There's only one choice here, buddy. And you know what it is.
- Come on. Nobody wants to hurt you.
- On the ground. Guns down. On your stomach.
- Jesus Christ! Are you kidding me? Are you kidding me? - What now? - Stay on him.
- Hey! What are you doing? Shut up. Hey, how about some handcuffs, yo.
- Shut the fuck up. His legs! Get his legs.
- Find me something to gag him with.
- That's what you're here for, right? You picked up a couple of windbreakers at the Army & Navy store, came strolling in, all clever and shit. Well, I know where it is. And I guaran-fucking-tee yo
- Detectives? Louis Schanzer, unit 11. I got somethin' that might be helpful. Hello?
- Uh, sorry about that, sir. We're... dusting for fingerprints, you know? It's a delicate process. I thought your CSI boys do that. Didn't they get 'em all yesterday? Yeah, well, you know, sometime
- Oh, it's no trouble. I got time.
- Show me the money, I let you go.
- Hey. What do you say, huh? Seems pretty fair to me.
- Oh, shit! - Holy shit! - Keep your voice down. God, there's gotta be... there's gotta be a million here. Yeah.
- - Taking my half. - Wow. Yeah? A little man with big dreams? Yeah? Hey, if I were you, I'd walk the hell outta here right now.
- I'll shoot you, you son of a bitch.
- I will shoot you. Then do it already.
- If I don't get this money, I am dead anyway. All right? If you pull that trigger, then you are gonna have to kill that loudmouth down the hall and every other witness in the place. Then you will
- Three-way split. And you got your third.
- - Yep? - Don't react, just listen. I got the money. You gotta keep him talking for the next five minutes. Since I got the Brita, I find the tea tastes noticeably better. Not a problem.
- You got balls, I'll give you that. Can I get my gun back? Fuck you. Go buy one.
- I was wondering when you were gonna remember me.
- I want you to have a great day now. Thank you, thanks for your help. I'll be back with my Kirby. Excellent. Drive carefully.
- If there's any questions I can answer, just let me know.
- I'd appreciate it if you wouldn't do that. I'm open for business.
- Um, I'm looking for a... Hoover Max. Pressure Max, Max Pressure. Hoover, or maybe it's a Pro Max. Got like a... like a filter. Hoover products are right over there on the wall behind you. Look,
- fourteen, sixteen, eighteen,
- twenty-four, twenty-five. There you go. $125,000. Come on, man, you know why I'm here. I can't say I do, no. Yeah, you do. You're the guy. Yeah, you do. You're the guy.
- Look, I am 96 percent sure that you are the guy, so why don't you just, like, admit it?
- Look, all right, no wire. Okay? No wire. And no gun. Okay? And nobody knows I'm here. I just need... just need your services. The day at the pickup spot, you pulled up in a minivan, a red Toyo
- All right. You got rules. All right.
- I get that, and I apologize, seriously. I didn't go with you that day, and I am sorry. Look, you will never know how sorry, but I am here now. All right? And I have cash. So, please? Okay? Ple
- - You owe me for that first pickup. - Yes! You're the gu... - Wait, what? - This...
- would require an additional 125.
- All right. Fair is fair. A deal's a deal. All right. Look... Four...
- ten, fourteen, eighteen... twenty...
- Twenty-three. By my arithmetic, you're $10,000 shy.
- What are you doing? I'm gathering your belongings. No, no no. No, no. Stop. I'm not gonna try to collect what you owe me. I don't think it would end well for either one of us. This is not an in
- So that's it? That's it. Now, please leave. You are going to jack me up over a measly $1,800?
- I've got to reopen. The longer you stick around here, the more you jeopardize yourself. No, hey...
- Have you been watching the news? I have. Very much so. So you hear what they've been saying about me. - Yeah? - Yeah. Look, these people, they have kept me in a concrete hole. Look, I don't ev
- You said it yourself, a deal's a deal.
- I am staying right here until you help me.
- Hi, yes. There's a young man in my store, and he refuses to leave. Hey, stop. I... - Yeah, he might be armed. - Stop it. Uh, not overtly. But, yes, I'm beginning to feel threatened. - Are yo
- You are so full of crap. You didn't call anybody just now. You faked it. And you wanna know how I know? You got as much to lose as I do. More. Way more. When your "cops" get here and they bust
- Oh, and you, uh, wanna know what else is bullshit? You know, like, word to the wise: next time to try to pull this shit on someone, you don't just hang up on a 9-1-1 call. They won't let you. B
- Wow, you gotta love that response time.
- Officers, thank you very much for getting here so fast. - He obviously heard my call and... - Is he still here? No, he's not, he's gone. I, uh... Uh, he was spooked by my phone call and he heade
- Best Quality Vacuum, how may I help you? A deal's a deal? Your word is your bond?
- It is. I'll get you your money.
- Hello? Hey, Mom. Jesse? It's Jesse.
- Give me... Give me the phone. Jesse, is that you? Hey, Dad. Yeah, it's me.
- How the both of you doing? We've been better. Yeah. How's Jake? Can I say hi to him? Jake's on a band trip to London, thank God... Jesse, where are you? I heard you saying that I should turn m
- Do you think you guys could come get me maybe?
- - We're on our way. - Hey. And, uh... it's probably too late to say this... I don't know if it'll mean much to you...
- And whatever happened with me...
- it's on me. Okay? Nobody else.
- We're heading northbound on 12th, about to turn left on Lomas. - Be sure to stay on the house. - Will do.
- Yeah. Yeah. And then after that, it's the first turn off Broadway.
- No, then you're gonna go ahead and look for... Nah, man, don't go by junkyards. There's like 50 junkyards. The rebar place is what... Yeah, the re...
- That's the one. Turn there. Yeah. Straight down on the right. Look for the sign.
- They're here! Woo hoo! All right!
- Yeah. Woo! - Keep your mouth shut. - All right. - All right. - Oh, shit. - Oh, shit. - That's a big, big boy. This guy's bigger than your mom, Sean. Who's Kandy? Yeah, that's me. - The car'
- All right. Done. Bullshit you're done. You've been here 20 minutes, what'd you do? Added a fishplate up here, one in the middle, one down at the end. Added a what? A fishplate. What, like a..
- Tried to rabbit on us once already. I'm thinking he's gonna figure out a way to break this thing. You kidding me? Him? Yeah, it's just I kinda feel it flexing a little bit. A bit right here, loo
- Yeah, see? Right there. Yeah, a little bit. Yeah, I don't see jack shit flexing. That's four-inch channel iron up there. You could hang an F150 from it and shove it back and forth like a beach b
- Oh, yeah? Wanna put your money where your mouth is?
- Fifty bucks says he breaks this thing right here, right now. Fifty, plus, then you gotta put up more of those... What'd you call 'em, gussets? No charge. Throw in some fishplates too, while you
- Now! Go, go, go! Come on! Faster! Hit it hard! All right, all right. Other way, other way. Hey, what are you slowing down for? Hit it!
- All right, come on, get up. I got 50 bucks riding on you. I gotta eat this month. Kenny, if he breaks his leg, he's not gonna be able to cook. What, are you the fucking HR department? Jesus, Tod
- All right. Okay. Now, I believe in you. You're gonna John Henry this bitch, yeah? Now go. Go, go, go! Let's go! Go, go, go, go! Yeah! Woo! All right, other way. Faster! Hit it hard! Yeah, ba
- Yeah! Todd, who is this guy anyway? What'd he do? Uh... It's... It's kind of a long story. Yeah. He's a rat.
- - Whoa, whoa, whoa. Hey, hey! - Okay, guys. - We dancing or what? - You paid till three and it's five past. Hell, I'll go another hour. Come on, we all will. Where you going? Huh? - Come on.
- Hey, Wanda! Wanda! Would you stop? You're crazy. Ya Opie-lookin' self.
- - We'll see you next week. - In your dreams, buddy.
- Just wanna go home, get in my bed, cuddle with my dog. I am exhausted. I'm never coming back to this dump place again. My feet hurt. Wake up, Clarence, let's go. Look at my fucking shoes. I kno
- I said, "My son, cocaine wasn't even invented when Brigham Young was born. It's okay, you can have some." Come on, come to papa. There we go. - You'll never get that back. - There he goes. - Bl
- What's up? I need more money. Oh, yeah? That three-way split didn't quite cover it for me. I'd appreciate you helping me out. Well, what's he talking about? Three-way split? You mean there was
- Now, how exactly do you plan on pulling this off? I mean, being that there's five of us and one of you.
- I'm not here to rob you. Oh, you're not? Then how's this work?
- All I need is $1,800. I'm asking as a... a favor. Oh, what, like charity? Seems to me this silly son of a bitch already forked over, big time. Casey, seriously, shut up. $1,800, huh? Why not a
- What is that? Let me see that thing. Show me.
- Oh, my God, is that a .22? You brought a .22? Jesus! Where'd you get that thing? I think it was my grandfather's. Oh, well, it's adorable. I know we got empty beer cans around here if you wanna
- Eighteen hundred. I'm gone forever. Simple as that. Neil, I swear to God, if you give this piece of shit one more dollar...
- My third is in a duffel bag in the top drawer of that file cabinet.
- In my car. Parked up the street. What do you say...
- Winner takes all. - Like the Wild West? - Yeah. Like the Wild West. What? Come on.
- Jesus! Neil? - Come on, man, I didn't mean this... - Casey. Shut the fuck up.
- - I'm not gonna get in another... - No, wait, you go... Oh! Shoot!
- Hey, don't shoot. All right. Get over here. - Please. - All right, get up!
- All right. Give me your license.
- - Driver's license, do it! - Yes.
- I got kids. Like I give a shit.
- All right. Sean, Kyle, Colin. I know where you live. You tell the cops about me, and I am coming for every goddamn one of you. - You understand? - Yeah.
- Yeah? Well... do you miss me?
- I don't know. How you... How are you gonna convince me?
- - Ah. - Thank you. Leave the pitcher, would ya? - Sorry, can't really do that. - W... wait.
- Wow. - It's like I'm here with Sinatra. - I know, right?
- Certainly went big with the pineapple. Only an asshole doesn't like pineapple. Guessing you don't? I can take it or leave it. Pineapple's good for you. It's got bromide. Bromelain. But, close.
- Actually, it's not close at all. Are you gonna eat? You should really eat something. No, I'm eating. I'll eat. Gotta eat, gotta hydrate. Get those electrolytes you were talking about. - Your so
- Hey. - He's all right. - I'm fine, thank you. - You all right? - I'm fine. Good. - Sit down. - All right.
- How long will it take to sell this batch?
- - Six months. - Jeez... Easy. Maybe more. There's no one that you can think of who might... buy the entire amount? Uh, someone with a spare $1.3 million lying around? No. Can't say that I do.
- Your family is gonna get every dime they got coming to them, Mr. White. No matter how long it takes.
- - Hydrate. Seriously. - Yeah.
- What about you, Jesse? Hm? - Huh? - After this. What then?
- Nothing? What about college? No, what is stopping you from going to college? Um... - Nothing, I guess. - Yeah, nothing at all. - Say you went to college. - Uh-huh... What would you study, you
- Sports Medicine. Yeah. That's... Yeah, sure. That's... - Yeah. - ...could... Or... Business. Hm? Business and Marketing. You could practically teach that class. - Well, yeah. - I mean, you'd
- Of course, yeah, right. Right, right, right. Yo, you were standing right on stage when they handed it to me. I know, it just slipped my mind. I totally graduated high school, dick. - Which is no
- You know, look, forget it. I... I don't have a larger point. - I'm just making conversation. - Yeah.
- You're really lucky, you know that?
- You didn't have to wait your whole life to do something special.
- This is Alaska. This is Alaska.
- Forty miles in that direction gets you to Haines.
- Yeah. Figured you could use some of that.
- 06/10/84. - Mother's maiden name. - Stackhouse. Where was she born? Kadena Air Force Base, Okinawa, Japan. Father's date of birth. 02/07/51. Your father's second to the last job.
- Claims adjuster, Dairyland Insurance, Appleton, Wisconsin. What's your social security number? 141-18-6941. Backward.
- All right. Daylight's burning, you know where you're going. Anything else?
- I'm going to Mexico City in about a month. I'll mail it from there. Anyone else you wanna say goodbye to?
- Not many of us get a chance to start fresh. Good luck, Mr. Driscoll.
- I was thinking about that thing you said about the universe. Going where the universe takes you? Right on. I think it's a cool philosophy.
- I was being metaphorical. It's a terrible philosophy.
- I've gone where the universe takes me my whole life.
Jesse - Aaron Paul
Mike - Jonathan Banks
Badger - Matt Jones
Skinny Pete - Charles Baker
SAC Ramey - Todd Terry
ADA Ericsen - Julie Pearl
TV News Anchor - Gregory Steven Soliz
Old Joe - Larry Hankin
Todd - Jesse Plemons
Lou - Tom Bower
Sonia - Gloria Sandoval
Mrs. Pinkman - Tess Harper
Mr. Pinkman - Michael Bofshever
Reporter - Danielle Todesco
Neil - Scott MacArthur
Casey - Scott Shepherd
Jean - Marla Gibbs
Ed - Robert Forster
Senior Officer - Simon Drobik
Officer - Carlos Sepulveda
Kyle - Brendan Sexton III
Colin - Matthew Van Wettering
Sean - Chris Bylsma
Clarence - David Mattey
Candy - Cody Renee Cameron
Wanda - Alison Law
April - Gabriela Alicia Ortega
Kenny - Kevin Rankin
Walt - Bryan Cranston
Busboy - Johnny Ortiz
Jane - Krysten Ritter