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Dr Disrespect blasts Breaking Bad movie El Camino as "unneeded"

by Connor Bennett

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Twitch streaming star Dr Disrespect has blasted the new Breaking Bad movie, El Camino, as “slow and unneeded," after finally settling down to watch.

Breaking Bad concluded back in 2013, as the epic story about Walter White and Jesse Pinkman had millions from around the world tuning in on a weekly basis. For most fans, the series finished up in a pretty perfect manner – with all but one story, Jesse’s, having a true ending.

While other characters have had their backstories dissected, mainly through the Better Call Saul spin-off, fans had been left to theorize their own conclusions about Jesse – which, in a bid to put a bow on things, prompted El Camino. Plenty of fans have been positive in their response to the movie, but Dr Disrespect has been left pretty disappointed with it. 

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The Doc has never shied away from making his opinions known regardless of whether fans disagree or not.

After finishing up his watch through of the two-hour movie, The Doc, who is never one to shy away from airing his opinions, tweeted: “It was slow and unneeded. 5.9/10. The best TV series in history didn’t need this.”

Many fans responded with differing opinions, as plenty told the Two-Time that he was wrong in what he thought. 

So, he followed up with a further explanation. “It was.... Generic. Unneeded,” the streamer added. “Disappointed. They created something legendary and then watered it down with a side salad.”

Even though a number of fans still disagreed with his opinion, the Doc did receive a supportive response from Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek who simply responded with a “Yep.”

“Thank you Shroud, at least our friendship remains forever,” Dr Disrespect said – firm handshakes all round.

As it stands, El Camino has a pretty favorable fan rating on both the IMDB and Rotten Tomatoes websites, putting The Doc in a minority of disappointed viewers. 

With him taking his usual weekend break from Twitch, it wouldn’t be a shock to see him defending his position once he makes a return on Monday.