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The Baby driver is an action thriller movie, written and directed by Edgar Wright. The movie pumps up the audience till climax. The background music which is the backbone of the story, has never failed to impress anyone watching the film.
Though it is 113 minutes, feels like a fast running film with high beats for its music and car chase sequences. Plot Ansel Elgort playing the role baby who works as a getaway driver has tinnitus and plays music all the time on his iPod to overcome it.
He has a strange habit of recording conversations which he later uses as remixes and songs. He takes care of his deaf and dumb foster father Joseph. He works for a crew of robbers created by Doc, a mastermind, to pay off his debt which he incurred by stealing Doc’s car.
With baby’s stunning driving skill, he uses him as his driver for every robbery task done by them. Darling, Buddy, Bats are other crew members with him. When his debt is about to end, he falls in love with waitress Debora and starts dating her.
With all the dues cleared, Will Baby be out of danger and endorse his girlfriend? Action, music, love and the road! Grab the energy drink and get along with the thrilling drives! Analysis The love for music and chasing scenes had perfect sync, can never be so accurate. The Baby role was flawless and crisp with minimum dialogues, action and stylized romance.
The screenplay was quite good, and no moment you would feel bored with our ears busy with the beats. A new combo with music, crime and a getaway driver will be the best entertainment for your weekend. Star Performances Ansel Elgort (Baby) and Lily James (Deborah) on-screen romance glorify the love blooming with two buds and striving to get along.
Kevin Spacey in every angle plays a perfect role as a Doc. The other bold characters such as Darling played by Eiza Gonzalez and Buddy role by Jon Hamm gives a sensible touch of getting into a maze crime and trying to run away.
Jamie Foxx as Bats is a brazen character who starts off with the main sequential scenes. Lily James’s love for baby and emotions flow over till the end. What’s there?
• The new concept for car chase with music beats is stunning.
• Screenplay sets off the track with quite good speed, and the film is darting with iPod and the Baby running to overcome plenty of obstacles.
• The characters have been very natural, and the music through the lens of action thriller is enjoyable.
• With no philosophy of crimes and sympathy behind the scenes, it stands unique for box office hit. What’s not there?
• Lily James role could have been a bit more intensive.
• The climax looks clumsy and predictable.
• Docs role was carried away in the second half. Could have been even stronger with few more scenes with his background. Verdict If you love music with a thriller, this movie would be appealing for the best entertainer.
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