R | | Action, Crime, Music
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.
15 July 2017 | Jack Hawkins (Hawkensian)
5 | Little more than a mix tape with dull characters and clichés attached to it
I read an early tweet that described Baby Driver as 'a mix-tape with a film attached to it' and that proved ...
Doc's car, the Mercedes Benz S550, had to have its computer systems modified for the chase scenes since the car is engineered to correct itself when it goes out of control.
So when was the last time you hit the road just for fun?
Deborah: I'm jealous. Sometimes all I want to do is head west on 20 in a car I can't afford with a plan I don't have - just me, my music, and the road.
Baby: I'd like that, too.
Murder, in most cases, is not a federal crime. So while Baby might not be charged by a federal court, he would face charges under Georgia law for any deaths that occurred during the commission of felony crimes. This would mean the death penalty for him given the numbers and severity of the crimes involved. He would never get out of prison and he probably would be executed.
At the end of the credits is the sound of a tape rewinding.
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