Baby Driver movie review: Watch it out in theaters

Baby Driver movie review: Watch it out in theaters
Written by Pallavi Parmar

Baby Driver movie is a story of a young talented getaway driver named Baby who relies on the personal boat of his preferred soundtrack to become a best in the world crime. It is an American action film written and directed by Edgar Wright which finally hit the theatre screens with an ultimate response from the audience. The music heightens the focus of Baby and reflexes to an extreme level. A child killed both of his parents in a car accident and left with a permanent tinnitus which blocks out using music. He is a kind of psycho who records hi conversations in a small tape recorder and then remixes it into songs using audio equipment. Baby Driver features Ansel Elgort, Kevin Spacey, Lily James, Jon Bernthal, Eiza González, Jon Hamm and Jamie Foxx.

It starts with a life of a young driver Baby who is reluctantly coerced to work for a veteran kingpin to start a new journey or new life. He recommended as a driver by a doc who is a mastermind organiser of bank robberies and other high earning thefts. He lives with his deaf foster-father Joseph. Baby and Doc agrees that Baby’s debt will be paid off after his next job when he successfully pulling off a bank robbery with crew members Griff, Buddy, and Buddy’s wife Darling. during his job period, baby met waitress Debora at a dinner and both became good friends. Then baby adapt doing a new job of an armoured car robbery with Bats, No-Nose, and JD which goes wrong when a citizen attempts to intervene and stop them.

The whole story basically revolves around the crime scenes of Baby and the life of a baby. In the end, Baby sentenced to 25 years in prison with a parole hearing after five. Until that period Debora sends him postcards in prison and is waiting for him outside for his release. Overall it is a good story with suspense, conspiracy, thriller and action.

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Pallavi Parmar

Journalism is my profession, Blogging and Writing are my passion, Travelling is my love, Food is my life and Feminist by nature.