I always thought that Jesse was small at the end of the year Bad. Not the last episode – it sent him in the right tone, as far as it went – but the last season as a whole. The humanity of Jesse eventually became more important than the wreck that was Walter White, but the show didn't care about our interest in the one flawed character that still deserved sympathy. (At least, as far as I remember seeing this in 2013.)
El Camino is something of an attempt to resolve that. It is a totally unnecessary but very nice return to BadThe world. It is hardly a film in the traditional sense; and even if you remember Bad pretty good, you can (like I did) look up things afterwards. But it's worth watching for every fan.
I still feel a bit like Jesse was getting small again El Camino leaving the character in about the same place we last saw him. The film seems to be more interested in a journey back through our memories of the show than really helping Jesse move forward. That being said, El CaminoThe best moment is one in which we get to see the full range of Jesse & # 39; s character, where Aaron Paul returns perfectly in an earlier incarnation of his role in a flashback. Maybe it's not the attention he deserved, but it's still a fun trip for fans.
View 11 trailers of this week below.
One day you play Iron Man, the next day you play a doctor who talks to animals who must always look messy and slightly sweaty and only talk in a sexy, reassuring whisper. What is happening here? This thing comes out on January 17.
Kerry Washington and Steven Pasquale bring their performances from the stage to the screen for this adaptation of the piece American son, which was opened on Broadway almost a year ago. The film seems to be really interested in keeping the piece exactly that way: a piece that gives the actors the space to do their thing, with the camera nice and close. It is coming out on November 1.
Lady and the Tramp
Talking about dog movies is currently very popular (I'm sorry!) And yet Disney is sending live action Lady and the Tramp remake (which is much more live action than Disney & # 39; s full CGI "live action" Lion King remake) directly to streaming. But I think that's a good way to help subscribers to Disney + on the first day. The film will premiere on November 12.
The man without gravity
This feels like a movie from ten years ago: two unapologically, and possibly even charming enough to get it done. Maybe I just buy because everything is in Italian, but I go to Netflix here. The film appears on November 1.
The laundry service
It seems that every person involved in this movie has just been crazy all the time … and maybe that's why it's great. The film, by Steven Soderbergh and starring Meryl Streep, was released on Friday.
Somewhere, the director behind the Austin Powers Trilogy is now making this film about sexual harassment at Fox. It's a huge, serious story to unpack, and although this movie has some big stars, I'm not entirely convinced by the trailer that this kind of playful tone is exactly what the story needs. The film appears in December.
Okay, check it out. There is a talking cat that drives a bus that brings Kat Dennings to purgatory, or something similar, as well as literal Instagram agents who control unintended likes. I need to know at least a little more. The show comes out on November 15.
I am completely absorbed by this trailer: the sound, the color, the shapes of people's faces. Even just the first 45 seconds – it switches from strangely hilarious to dark in a flash, and balances those feelings the rest of the time. The film, which won the Cannes director's prize, follows two young women in Leningrad in the immediate aftermath of the Second World War. It is coming to the US in limited release on January 29.
The imaginative story
Jeez, I wonder how the documentary team behind the scenes got access to this one? As much of a Disney puff pastry as this is likely, The imaginative story still takes viewers to parts of Disney & # 39; s parks that most people don't get to see – and I'm sure that for many people it's worth watching. It will be released on November 12 on Disney +.
Fortunately, Stephen King has enough material to support non-stop adjustments for the coming decades. The newest is The maverick, a series of 10 episodes about an inexplicable murder. It starts on January 12 at HBO.
Netflix has released a full-length trailer this week Wedding story, the latest film from Frances Ha director Noah Baumbach. The film tells the story of a relationship through a divorce procedure, something that I have not seen before and that can cause a very emotional film. It comes to theaters on November 6 and hits Netflix exactly one month later.