BABY DRIVER [Movie Review]

After being coerced into working for a crime boss, a young getaway driver finds himself taking part in a heist doomed to fail.

The film’s story is great we see so many details during filming that there was no need to go back to scenes from the past. Although if we see twice that we go to the past to know the reason why Baby has a cassette that is titled, Mom.

Baby’s growth was spectacular, there was a lot of development towards the protagonist. From start to finish we see how he changes his way of thinking and his way of being for the best of his life and the girl he loves.

The casting of Baby Driver was phenomenal, you must have wanted to take this filming to another level. The cast took this filming to where it is because at all times I was aware of every detail of the filming.

The camera shots were one of the things that I loved the most about Baby Driver, the action shots that capture the action and expressions of the actors at all times. Also, the shots of serious moments were good. Edgar Wright deserves the triumph of this film.

There were a few moments in the filming that could be done better in terms of the script. There were lines of some scenes that were not the best for the mood of the moment.

Baby Driver phenomenal filming. It draws attention from the beginning to the end but the plot of the filming was great there was no need to travel to the past to explain why the characters are the way they are.

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