Today is the day. Netflix's highly anticipated Breaking Bad movie, El Camino, is finally available to stream. Surrounding the release of the film, the streaming service shares a new video highlighting the relationship between Breaking Bad's leading characters, Jesse Pinkman (played by Aaron Paul) and Walter White (played by Bryan Cranston).

Titled "The Ballad of Jesse Pinkman," the visual takes us down memory lane as we see instances of Pinkman's ongoing frustration with his boss, Walter White. Using actual lines from the series, musician Nick Lutsko has formulated them into song. Press play above to check it out.

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie follows the story of Jesse Pinkman as he escapes captivity, as shown in the series finale of Breaking Bad. According to Aaron Paul, the film is about the struggle to survive.

You can watch El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie now on Netflix.

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