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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.
Baby Driver writer and director Edgar Wright shares easter eggs from the movie and his favorite heists.
The first R-rated movie to be given permission to show footage from a Disney film (Monsters, Inc. (2001)). Pete Docter, the director of "Monsters, Inc.", is given a 'special thanks' credit as a result.
That's my baby.
Bats: Fuck your baby.
Just before dropping Baby off, Doc turns right on a red light without stopping, and while the crosswalk signal is displaying a "walk" sign. Although one could argue that he is a criminal and is comfortable breaking the law, a criminal mastermind who plans heists knows how not to get caught and would never break two traffic laws in full view of the public (and risk being pulled over).
At the end of the credits is the sound of a tape rewinding.
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