BABY DRIVER
2017, TriStar Pictures, 112 min, UK/USA, Dir: Edgar Wright

The breakout hit of the year, Edgar Wright’s BABY DRIVER is the heist film we’ve long dreamed of. Effortlessly paying homage to its revered predecessors while magnificently catapulting the genre forward,

BABY DRIVER is a true stick of cinematic dynamite, unlike anything we’ve seen before. BABY DRIVER tells the story of the best getaway driver in the business, the always cool, music encyclopedia, Baby. After being coerced into working for a notorious crime boss, Baby is partnered with a rogue’s gallery of professional criminals as they embark on a doomed heist. In order to survive, Baby must draw on every driving skill at his disposal - and his ever-present iPod.

With a cast to die for, BABY DRIVER is a technical marvel that is crisply shot and masterfully edited; it also contains one of the greatest soundtracks committed to film. The result is a pulsating revelation and a reminder how brilliant cinema can be when it’s so effortlessly executed – BABY DRIVER is an exhilarating joyride from start to finish.


THE WORLD’S END
2013, Focus Features, 109 min, UK, Dir: Edgar Wright

Director Edgar Wright finishes what he started with SHAUN OF THE DEAD and HOT FUZZ, reuniting with stars and co-writers Simon Pegg and Nick Frost to tell the hilarious tale of a group of friends who begin on a leisurely pub crawl that soon becomes a fast, funny adventure. Expertly choreographed action set pieces alternate with surprisingly heartfelt reflections on friendship and aging in this satisfying conclusion to Wright’s “Three Flavours Cornetto” trilogy.


HOT FUZZ
2007, Focus Features, 121 min, UK / France / USA, Dir: Edgar Wright

In the action-packed comedy from the makers of the hit SHAUN OF THE DEAD, Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg) is the finest cop London has to offer - he’s so good, he makes everyone else look bad. As a result, Angel’s superiors send him to a seemingly crime-free village where his talents won’t be quite so embarrassing. There he is partnered with overeager officer Danny Butterman (Nick Frost), whose dreams of exciting gunfights and high-octane car chases become reality after some grisly incidents rock the village. With Jim Broadbent, Timothy Dalton and Edward Woodward.


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