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Baby Driver

Baby Driver

All you need is one killer track.Jun. 28, 2017 UK113 Min.
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8.4 1,503 votes

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A talented, young getaway driver Baby relies on the beat of his personal soundtrack to be the best in the game. When he meets the girl of his dreams, Baby sees a chance to ditch his criminal life and make a clean getaway. But after being coerced into working for a crime boss, he must face the music when a doomed heist threatens his life, love and freedom.

Baby Driver
Baby Driver
Baby Driver
Baby Driver
Baby Driver
Original titleBaby Driver
IMDb Rating8.7 1,195 votes

(5) comments

  • trublu215March 19, 2017Reply

    The Most Surprising Film of SXSW 2017.

    Edgar Wright is known to deliver, if nothing at all, very entertaining
    films. Baby Driver is no exception. With an all star cast including
    Ansol Elgort, Jamie Foxx, Lilly James, Jon Hamm and Kevin Spacey, Baby
    Driver not only is an extremely well cast and choreographed film, it
    just might be the best film of Edgar Wright’s career. Telling the story
    of a young man named Baby, who is a professional getaway driver who
    needs music in order to complete his jobs, as he navigates through the
    criminal underworld. When he takes a risky job for a mysterious
    gangster (played by Kevin Spacey), he finds himself on the run after
    things go horribly wrong. With his girl by his side and his music in
    his hands, Baby must use his specific skillset to get out of the
    underworld.

    Before anyone says it, yes, this film plays like a less serious Drive.
    The storyline is not what is supposed to stand out here, the incredible
    direction under Edgar Wright and the great central performance from
    Ansol Elgort are definitely the stand outs here. Granted, I doubt that
    Elgort would have been able to deliver such a great performance without
    the amazing supporting cast that Wright wrangles up, but he ends up
    giving a great performance here as Baby. The rest of the cast is more
    or less there for name recognition only as none of them go above and
    beyond in their performance.

    Despite this, the cast are mere pawns in Edgar Wright’s brilliant film.
    The real stars of Baby Driver are the stunt teams. These car chases are
    finally something new. With the incredible automobile warfare that the
    Fast and Furious franchise has given us for decades, it was nice to see
    a film embrace a smaller scale of car chase. It is real, exhilarating
    and downright perfect for this film. Truthfully, the car chase
    sequences here are some of the best that I’ve seen since Refn’s Drive
    but that’s just me. Speaking of Drive, how could I forget Wright’s
    amazing choice of soundtrack. The soundtrack is about just as great as
    the stunt team’s work on this film. This is very much in the vein of
    Scott Pilgrim as far as soundtrack is concerned and is bound to be a
    hit come time for the film to premiere in its wide release.

    Overall, Edgar Wright delivers an action movie with a flawed perfection
    to it. The story is paper thin, the acting is passable (except for
    Ansol Elgort, who is terrific), but the action sequences and soundtrack
    are amazing. These two components are more than enough reasons to go
    see this film.

  • Adrian MuresanMay 2, 2017Reply

    The coolest movie in cool movies history.

    This is actually my first review on here. I had the chance to see this
    movie as an advanced screening at my university. I now feel obligated
    to let fellow movie afficionados know that this movie is simply
    freaking awesome. I love good music and cars (especially Subarus like
    the one from the trailer) and that alone was a good enough reason for
    me to go watch this movie. I was not disappointed.

    I find Edgar Wright’s movies entertaining. However, this movie was a
    step above that. Take La La Land, combine it with heist & Fast &
    Furious elements to it and you have Baby Driver. The casting was great.
    Jamie Foxx and Kevin Spacey have similar roles to the ones in Horrible
    Bosses, but that does not make it any less fun. The cinematography is
    exceptional and the plot is intriguing and unpredictable. The camera
    work in one of the opening scenes reminded me of Birdman, which is a
    Best Picture Academy Award winner, so this movie is definitely executed
    in a stylish manner, and has a great attention to detail. The
    soundtrack is picked to perfection and the dialogue is the wittiest,
    funniest one I have seen in a movie in a long time.

    I only see two cons for the movie. One: some of the action sequences
    did seem a little unbelievable, so if you want a completely realistic
    movie, you might want to trade some of that for the entertaining
    factor. Two: it was an advanced screening and the movie only comes out
    in 2 months… and I already want to watch it again. I rarely rate
    movies 10/10 but it was the most fun I’ve had in a theater and that
    certainly deserves my rating.

  • CabletheMovieBroMay 17, 2017Reply

    One Killer Track

    Edgar Wright’s newest film captures everything you can possibly love
    about going to the movies. It’s filled with wonderful characters, great
    car chases, enough style for a dozen cool flicks, and yes, a soundtrack
    that is better than sex. While using a familiar story template (the
    Driver & Drive), Wright completely makes it his own, infusing it with
    his love for music and his film geekiness. Wright has a perfect
    filmography at this point and definitely deserves to be ranked as one
    of the finest directors of the past 20 years. This may be his best
    movie yet.

    The cast is note perfect, the only downside is that Jon Bernthal’s role
    is almost more of a cameo (considering the top billing). Ansel Elgort
    is wonderful as Baby, bringing an instant likability and purity to the
    character. The supporting cast is equally great with Jon Hamm, Jamie
    Foxx, and Eiza Gonzalez as the standouts. The scenes between all three
    of them contain the most electricity and tension.

    The car chases are brilliantly shot, eschewing the dull over-the-top
    silliness of the Fast & Furious franchise for something much more
    grounded and much more exciting. The lack of special effects keeps up
    the tension with actual stunt driving, continuing the good trend of
    recent actions films going back to doing things for real, showing an
    understanding of the genre.

    Usually, I try to not let myself get too hyped about a new film coming
    out, but this is the exception. I can’t remember the last time I had
    this much pure fun at the movies and all of you need to see it. I was
    lucky enough to get into an advanced screening and I almost regret it:
    waiting two months before I can see it again is unbearable torture.

  • SmashandNastyMay 23, 2017Reply

    Fast Cars, with less fast cars and more plot

    It’s Fast Cars, with less fast cars and more plot; the movie cares more
    about the soundtrack than it does the cars on screen and more about the
    plot than it does stringing together driving sequences. The film is an
    absolute trip from start to finish, with all the action and sometimes
    over-the-top violence you might expect, toned down considerably by the
    character-driven plot. Elgort is a truly delightful male lead who —with
    a touch of charm, innocence— brought the humor needed to temper the
    less-than-savory company he keeps.

    The supporting cast is also no disappointment. Jon Hamm (Buddy) found
    the perfect follow up film to Mad Men playing an angry criminal,
    head-over- heels in love with his wife, Darling (Eiza González). Jamie
    Foxx embodies bat-sh** crazy as Bats and Spacey plays a very familiar
    type of criminal mastermind (he’s basically a chubbier version of Frank
    Underwood). Jon Bernthal (Griff) is more of a cameo than an actual cast
    supporting cast member, which is surprising and a bit disappointing.

    Silly name aside, if you like any of the cast members, heist movies,
    good music, fast cars, quick plot turns or Edgar Wright’s brand of
    action this is certainly a film worth seeing.

    Featuring: Brogan Hall as Samm, reminding us all that it is, in fact,
    the #YearOfTheChildActor and notable allusions to some of the greatest
    films of all time: Monsters Inc. and Little Rascals.

  • Andrew MarksMay 24, 2017Reply

    Perfect blend of action, comedy, and a great soundtrack!

    The film stars Ansel Elgort as the titular character in deep with some
    undesirables from the criminal underworld. To pay them back, he must
    use his driving skills to help with a number of heists. During all
    this, he becomes smitten with a waitress (Lily James) who makes him
    feel like he’s more than just a criminal. He then decides to try and
    escape his life of crime, but he soon realizes that it’s much easier
    said than done.

    I must say, Edgar Wright did a fantastic job with this film. All the
    music fit so well in their respective scenes, combined with the great
    acting all around to make one of the most entertaining films I’ve seen
    in a long time.

    Jon Hamm, Jamie Foxx, Kevin Spacey, and Eiza González did their parts
    well and portrayed convincing mentally unstable killers. This is the
    first time Wright has worked with this much star power, specifically
    American star power. The actors played well off of each other,
    especially in scenes involving comedy where they nailed the punchlines.

    The music was good, not all of it recognizable by the average viewer,
    but effective nonetheless. Supposedly Edgar Wright based the whole
    movie idea around the Baby Driver song by Simon & Garfunkel, which is
    an accomplishment all on it’s own.

    Baby Driver was paced well, was never boring, and made me want sit back
    down in my seat and watch it over again.

    I wanted to keep this review kind of short, but I did want to give you
    enough information to hopefully convince you to go out and see this
    film if you get the chance.

    My suggestion: Do yourself a favor, go enjoy a night out at the movies
    and go see Baby Driver!

    Seen at a advance screening in Roseville, Minnesota.

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