Review: Baby Driver

Nicholas Vargo

My name is Nicholas Vargo and I live in La Mesa, California, a suburb of San Diego. Even though the amount of movies I have seen might not show it completely, I am one of the biggest movie buffs out there - even though I know I still have many, many movies out there that I need to see. Still, my love of movies remain the backbone of my life. I have a BA in English from ASU and am currently looking for new work opportunities. Some of the other things I like to do in my spare time are playing Wii and even something as simple as organizing my movie collection. I hope to one day become a published film critic - if the job title is still available. You can find me on Flickchart as NicholasVargo, so feel free to add me as a friend if you like.

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2 Responses

  1. “Original”

    We’ve already seen this kind of movie.

    Guy gets work with a dangerous man. Guy falls in love, and wants out, but dangerous man warns that he’ll kill him if he does.

    Gee, where the hell have we seen /that/ before?

  2. I mildly agree with the comment above but it still feels original (for modern film) in it’s retro stylings, pacing and beautiful soundtrack interlinking perfectly within it’s storyline.

    Yes the overall plot has been done time and time again but the angle in which is was portrayed is unique.

    Great review and I absolutely loved this movie also!