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Baby Driver

Baby Driver

30 Jun, 2017
1 hrs 53 mins
8,840 votes
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After being coerced into working for a crime boss, a young getaway driver finds himself taking part in a heist doomed to fail.
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Verdict: An extremely stylish musical action-thriller. Baby Driver made by any other director would be just another last-job-in-the-criminal-world movie, but when it's written and directed by Edgar Wright, you know it is going to deliver much more than that. Edgar Wright has made a mark in Hollywood for showing the capability of movies to express uniquely []... ...Read full review
Simon & Garfunkel never saw this coming. In 1969, Paul Simon stepped away from his characteristically intricate storytelling to write a song called Baby Driver, about an elusive young man out to sow his oats at dizzying speed. It`s catchy and has a delicious hook, but, from this point on, it should primarily be remembered as the song that gave Edgar Wright`s new film a perfect name. ...Read full review
In 2011 a resident of Oakland, Michigan, caused a sensation by bringing a lawsuit against Nicolas Winding Refns film Drive for not having enough actual pedal-to-the-metal driving in it. That same person could hardly do the same to Edgar Wright, director of this outrageously enjoyable petrolhead heist caper, unless it would be for not showing a supercool adult chauffeur atop a Pamper-wearing infant with a steering wheel between its tiny shoulder blades roaring up the M25. ...Read full review
The fact that the DNA of Edgar Wrights new film has been lying dormant in the lyrics of a Simon & Garfunkel B-side for almost half a century just makes it even more of a delight. I was born one dark grey morn with music coming in my ears, the songwriting duo crooned on 1969s Baby Driver: They call me Baby Driver, and once upon a pair of wheels, I hit the road and Im gone. ...Read full review
A getaway driver with a monk-like work ethic, a waitress with a heart of gold who wants him to stick to the straight and narrow, a scheming older man played by an actor famous for playing a scheming older man on TV; this isnt Nicolas Winding Refns Drive although, in some bizarre universe, it could be. This is Edgar Wrights Baby Driver, and its the best action movie since Mad Max: Fury Road, and also, in a fun twist, the best musical since La La Land. ...Read full review