Edgar Wright, director of Hot Fuzz and Shaun of the Dead, returns with a full-throttle caper that is equal parts car chase thriller, tender love story, and toe-tapping, singalong musical.Read more
Baby (Ansel Elgort) is a talented getaway driver working for a band of thieves masterminded by the shady Doc (Kevin Spacey). Due to the permanent hearing damage that he has had since a car crash in childhood that killed his parents, Baby listens to music to drown out the constant ringing in his ears, and it’s his pumping personal soundtrack that contributes to his status as the best driver in the game.
But when Baby meets the woman of his dreams in waitress Deborah (Lily James), he begins to contemplate a clean break from crime, especially as a new heist on the horizon threatens to overturn his life, love and freedom.
Co-starring Jon Hamm and Jamie Foxx, BABY DRIVER is a gleefully excessive ride that aims more than anything for its audience have a rip-roaring good time at the cinema, with a dream soundtrack to match