Baby Driver is actually a lot darker and more cynical than audiences may think going into it. After an unfortunately long four-year-break in between films too – which featured him having his now infamous falling out with Marvel Studios over the creative direction of Ant-Man – Baby Driver marks Edgar Wright’s long-awaited return to the big screen. A musical twist on the standard heist movie formula, which sets every single scene and moment in the film to a specific song, the film is quickly shaping up to be both Wright’s most ambitious movie to date, and one of the can’t-miss titles of this year‘s already unbelievably-packed summer movie season.
Starring Ansel Elgort, the film …
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