It's been six years since the series finale. I wanted to gosh darn it know what was happening six years after he escaped and not the one week after he escaped. Is that too much to ask for a movie?
Vince Giligan already told us this back after the series finale interviews that Jesse's escape represented hope and wanted hope to live on.
I did not watch the trailer for this movie because I didn't want anything given away or spoiled for me. I was excited about it. We finally learn what happened to Jesse Pinkman. Yay!
And to top it off, the movie title El Camino, which is a car, only appears for around 5 minutes exact except for flashbacks which you can confirm on your own. I thought this car would play an essential role in him doing his everyday job or helping him in running from the law. It's no part of a plot device. Jesse just leaves the car at his friend's home and gets away in another car. 5 minutes total.
So as a Breaking Bad episode I would give it 10/10. As a movie 6/10. I've been reading other reviews and basically all of them are saying it felt like two episode of Breaking Bad than an actual movie. Well two episodes of BB is still better than the last two episodes of GOT (Game of Thrones).