22nd June 2017 – Short review of Baby Driver

So Tuesday night was the unlimited screening of Baby Driver. written & directed by Edgar Wright its the story of baby, a guy with tinnitus who listens to music all of the time to drown out the noise, he is  forced to work for a crime boss as a getaway driver.

It’s the first time I have seen Ansel Elgort (Baby) but I liked the character he portrayed, it was the right balance of someone doing something wrong but obviously not happy with what was happening. You could see the change from a normal heist to one where people were hurt and because of the subtle changes in character it was clear he was being forced to do this before it was made clear. Great acting I thought from the entire cast.

I liked the trailer and thought there was a good chance I would like it, but when we actually watched it I was drawn in. Lots of music in this one so if you like that then it is for you, its a slight variation form the standard action flick.

It was a brilliant film and well worth a trip to the cinema.

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