Baby Driver


Action / Crime / Music / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 93%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 88%
IMDb Rating 7.7 10 310697


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Lily James as Debora
Jon Bernthal as Griff
Jon Hamm as Buddy
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831.29 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 52 min
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1hr 52 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by arnelvin 7 / 10

Still a nice watch...

Cinematography is gorgeous, nothing much to say. Sound tracks were nice, although most were forgettable. Characters were forgettable and just horribly underwritten but I guess it also goes as a strength since the movie isn't really all about character but rather style. Best actor in the movie definitely goes to Jamie Foxx. Kevin Spacey was horrible. Plot was overly simplistic but at the very least, effective. Plot twists were pretty much predictable. I can say it's an Edgar Wright film done right, but not done at the very best. Still a very nice watch.

Reviewed by classicsoncall 7 / 10

"He's a good kid and a devil behind the wheel."

With all the hype that attended the original release of this film, I guess I expected something better. The film's not terrible by any means but there's not a whole lot of story to it and the actor portraying Baby Driver (Ansel Elgort) seemed out of his element in the picture. Come to think of it, I'd be rather resentful if people wanted to call me 'Baby' as a nickname, it has a pejorative feel to it as opposed to someone casually saying 'Hey, Baby'. Which is probably why all the thugs hired by Doc (Kevin Spacey) took an immediate dislike to the kid; he looked too young to be the kind of experienced getaway driver that the film called for. But the action driving sequences were well staged, even though there probably should have been more of them given the fast car genre this picture falls into. Also, if I had my way, I wouldn't have led off the picture with the best stunts. There was one maneuver that looked outrageous that I'd find hard trying to describe, but if you've seen the picture you can probably narrow it down. I think I would also have opted for a single, intricately plotted heist at the center of the story, but since it wasn't my call, you have to take what you get.

Reviewed by mkouta 2 / 10

Can't speak for the second half of the film, 'cos I didn't bother to see it.

After paying a somewhat immodest sum to rent this movie online, and with hopes high from the apparent lustrous ratings all round (I should've dug a bit deeper), I was promptly slapped in the face with a brain-dead car action scene featuring a sort of unrealistic car stunt choreography that made me grimmace and think to myself, really? But give it a chance, I mentally respond to myself. It must have good ratings for some reason; maybe the plot will be gripping, or there are some interesting characters or themes. Nope. Not a single redeeming quality. The initially tantalising backstory unfolded into a flippant and uninspired gimmick. The love affair was a cliche in the strongest terms. The portrayal of the protagonist's hearing impairment did more to remind me of the miserable Daredevil (2003) than it did to add depth to his character. And the villain, oh the villain. Usually, a generic good villain character may exhibit some combination of eccentricity, wit, menace or charm. Baby Driver's antagonist exhibited only his prosaic arsenal of expletives. I even confess to watching Kevin Spacey's banal performance with an air of satisfaction in light of the recent press accusations. And then the stake in the heart, the plot twist. For the avoidal of spoilers I will only say that if I did state the plot twist, all it would spoil is anyone's chance of watching the darn film. I can't say anything about the latter half of the movie, because at that point I decided that it wasn't worth staying up for, which is the only time I've ever walked out on film I payed to watch.

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