“El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie” may have sounded good in theory, but turns out it’s far more story than anybody needed or wanted.
When it comes to comedies, it’s never a good sign when the blooper reel at the end of the credits is the highlight of the film.
The film can’t shake a general hand-me-down atmosphere although Aniston and Sandler work well together as a comedy team.
A delightful, easy-to-like, crowd-pleasing rom-com that is perfectly fine to watch on a Saturday night on the couch.
We don’t need to see the kinder, gentler side of a deranged, savage serial killer.
The movie is so bad that the lack of laughs, especially from a talent-packed cast like this, is shocking.