I read on IMDB that it was addressed to Brock, the little boy. Probably a goodbye letter or somethingI enjoyed it. Not sure what the time lapse was between Breaking Bad and the filming of the “movie” but it must be significant because the characters have certainly aged.
It was interesting to watch the character of Todd Alquist specifically, played by Jesse Plemons of Friday Night Lights, who looked like he aged 10 years and put on 50 lbs. Either way he played a very interesting, original and convincing psychopath.
I really liked that scene with Jesse and Walter. It was pure camp and nostalgia but it brought you back to good or their version of it and I thought that was powerful.
My favorite character by far was Robert Forster from Jackie Brown, always the adult in the room. Perhaps I flaked but what was the deal with the letter Jesse gave him to read at the end?
I see, that is just the type of sentimentality that can be your undoing in the end.I read on IMDB that it was addressed to Brock, the little boy. Probably a goodbye letter or something