Finally free from torture and slavery at the hands of Tod's uncle Jack, and from Mr. White, Jesse must escape demons from his past. He's on the run from a police manhunt, with his only hope of escape being Saul Goodman's hoover guy, Ed Galbraith. A man who for the right price, can give you a new identity and a fresh start. Jesse is racing against the clock, with help from his crew, avoiding capture to get enough money together to buy a 'new dust filter for his Hoover MaxExtract PressurePro model', a new life.Written by
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You know he's not gonna be happy.
No. I suspect he won't. 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 'bout you, teenage retiree? You'll be livin' the dream.
Not sure I should stick around town.
That's a start.
Nothin' really keepin' me here. Where would you go? If you were me?
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Written by Solomon Olds (as Solomon Jerome Olds), Jacob Olds (as Jacob Jackson Olds) and Joshua Olds (as Robert Joshua Olds)
Performed by Family Force 5
Courtesy of Maverick Recording Company
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More of the same
For me this wat a bit of a flat movie. It is more of the same of breaking bad. Nice acting, nice scenes, some twists and humour. But I had no special feeling. Yes we know now what happend to Jesse, but did I really need to know? So the urgency to see this movie is not there for me. It is nice to know but nothing more.
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