Baby Driver

Poster for the movie "Baby Driver"

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Baby Driver

Poster for the movie "Baby Driver"
Release Date  28 June 2017 (1 h 53 min)
Directed by  Edgar Wright
Writer  Edgar Wright
Composer  Steven Price
Genres  Action, Crime
Country   United Kingdom

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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.

  • Revenue  $226,945,087
  • Budget  $34,000,000
  • Language  English


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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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Reviews ( 1 )

  • BN 06 / 10 / 2020

    This is a movie that may have flown under your radar when it first came out in 2017. While it had a respectful box office showing, it deserved more than it got. (This was compounded by the fact that it was released on DVD and Streaming about the same time Kevin Spacey was accused of inappropriate conduct, so it seemed to me that distributors stayed away from it.) Do yourself a favor and give this movie a shot; it is a hidden gem. The story line is not complex but it holds up well. And while probably not the greatest car chase scenes in movie history there are a few that will leave you tense and on the edge of your seat. The performance by Ansel Elgort is also very strong. But what sets this movie apart from nearly every other movie is the soundtrack. Proof of this is that it received two separate Oscar Nominations for “sound”. Nearly 99% of movies use the soundtrack in the background and is used in enhance what is on the screen. But in Baby Driver I dare to say that the soundtrack is actually a character within the movie. You’ll need to see the movie to fully appreciate what I mean by that but there are two reasons I say this. First, the main character “Baby” (yes, B-A-B-Y, Baby is his name) is constantly listening to music for a very real medical reason and this fact is a key factor in how the story is told. But more so, where almost every other sound track in movie history reaches it’s ebbs and flows around the action on the screen, the action on the screen follows the music instead. This may not sound so remarkable until you consider that 100% of the soundtrack in this movie are fairly popular songs played on the rock and roll radio over the past five decades rather than music composed specifically for this movie. Give the movie the view. You will be pleasantly surprised.

    DRS: Here is the first scene of the movie that illustrates what the reviewer is referring to.

    8 / 10

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