Aaron Paul Breaks Down a Scene from Breaking Bad Movie | El Camino | Shot By Shot | Netflix

  • Published on: 18 October 2019
  • Aaron Paul takes us shot by shot through the desert scene with Todd, in El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie.

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    Aaron Paul Breaks Down a Scene from Breaking Bad Movie | El Camino | Shot By Shot| Netflix

    Fugitive Jesse Pinkman attempts to outrun his past. Written and directed by "Breaking Bad" creator Vince Gilligan, starring Aaron Paul.
  • Runtime : 4:51
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  • Young Nomad
    Young Nomad   1 weeks ago

    Bro that actor that played Todd is the bully from Like Mike 😂.... damn I'm old.

  • SadManHappyFace
    SadManHappyFace   1 weeks ago

    I thought it was because Jesse knew if he did anything Brock would be killed

  • Critias
    Critias   2 weeks ago

    Do the shooting one now

  • Gino Foogle
    Gino Foogle   3 weeks ago

    If i was jesse i would have shot todd faster than you can blink your eyes.. god what a piece of shit that todd is, stupid name too.. never liked him ever since he shot the kid in breaking bad..

    PAN VIPER   3 weeks ago

    Jessie killing Todd with all that anger makes it all fit now much better

  • Flick MyBic
    Flick MyBic   3 weeks ago

    This bitch has been all over my recommended feed this week. And I'm not mad at it!

  • Youtube Paul
    Youtube Paul   3 weeks ago

    Honestly i have never seen more useless arrows, circles and squares appear in a single video.

  • jamie fraser
    jamie fraser   3 weeks ago

    Wiw that el camino really sunk dowwn wen todd set on it with jesse. I thi k todd ate uncle jack

  • Kana Beats
    Kana Beats   3 weeks ago

    dang netflix really steppin their youtube game up

  • jon M
    jon M   3 weeks ago

    The Ramsay and reek of breaking bad

  • Fredrik Dokken
    Fredrik Dokken   3 weeks ago

    Get yourself someone who looks at you the same way Todd looks at Jesse

  • We M
    We M   3 weeks ago

    ... In a typical world...Todd: you have a word you wanna say?Jesse: Bitch.

  • K J
    K J   3 weeks ago

    They didn't have budget for Todd's weight loss?

  • Ed Hennell Cole
    Ed Hennell Cole   3 weeks ago

    The el Camino looks like a hearse with the back on from the side angle, wonder if that was purposeful 🤔

  • A B
    A B   3 weeks ago

    this movie has tarnished the legacy of breaking bad. It sucks

  • deloreanized
    deloreanized   3 weeks ago

    I've heard Aaron Paul is a super nice guy in real life, so I was surprised by his attitude in this video. Unless he's invoking Jesse, he comes as early 90's grunge star wannabe making an interview on a morning TV show in Des Moines. WTF?

  • Abdel Sayed
    Abdel Sayed   3 weeks ago

    I can’t believe jesse killed todd in the finale, he bought him pizza

  • ColinG1976
    ColinG1976   3 weeks ago

    He could have shot Todd in the face, buried the body next to the housekeeper, driven to Todd's apartment, taken all his money (from the encyclopedia), grabbed Brock and his grandmother, ditched the El Camino (and its LoJack), paid a hitman to execute Jack and his gang, and driven to Mexico (or found the Disappearer), but he was a broken man at that point and couldn't even think straight.

  • Pale Zombie
    Pale Zombie   3 weeks ago

    So Jesse lived in a cage being abused for 6 months...then had an opportunity to get away from Todd, but figures this could be the end of his life (as if his life isn’t already over)? I literally laughed out loud at how stupid this scene was.

  • Pale Zombie
    Pale Zombie   3 weeks ago

    It was absolutely ridiculous that Jesse would give him the gun back. What a terrible movie all around. Just put this show to rest...If Aaron Paul can’t get any roles in decent films then so be it. Now they’re doing this for CASH hence, Cranston would only be involved in a minor scene.

  • courtney parrish
    courtney parrish   3 weeks ago

    Honestly the movie was okay, would have been epic if Walt was alive at the end to give a second movie. They should have shown where everybody was doing also eventhouth it was about him.

  • A N
    A N   3 weeks ago

    Todd looked like Donald Trump in this movie

  • msanto
    msanto   3 weeks ago

    This is possibly the best scene. It competes with the Mexican standoff at the end.

  • Márton Szakadáth
    Márton Szakadáth   3 weeks ago

    You are a talented person. I hope we can see you in a good drama, not in some non-sense like need for speed etc. You worth better than that.

  • Müjde Dural
    Müjde Dural   3 weeks ago

    I've finished Breaking Bad 5 seasons and my only critique is this: Why this show doesn't have a good, catchy soundtrack such as The Narcos? A song that when we hear / listen we say "Hey this is BB's soundtrack.

  • Müjde Dural
    Müjde Dural   3 weeks ago

    If I were Jesse, I'd shot Todd without thinking a minute, did Jesse suffer from Stockholm syndrome? I got very angry this scene.

  • Repo ManND
    Repo ManND   3 weeks ago

    This is the scene I had the most trouble with. He strangled him with a chain on the last episode but he doesn’t take the chance to put one in his head in the middle of the desert??

  • AM
    AM   3 weeks ago

    Just another episode of breaking bad, and not one of the best.

  • dhopper598
    dhopper598   3 weeks ago

    i personally called jesse finding a gun in the car after he had said “glovebox.”but yes. vince did a fantastic job of really showcasing how psychotic todd is, in this movie. kills a housekeeper because she found his money. strangled her with his belt, and then takes it off her body and puts it back on his waist. eats food in the same room as her body. and then obviously this scene. you hate him with everything, which means jesse and vince did a great job at conveying that. really puts more emotion and meaning behind jesse strangling todd in the last episode of breaking bad.