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There's nothing like an epic getaway chase to kick a movie into high gear, and the first five minutes of "Baby Driver" are pure movie magic. A driver named Baby (Ansel Elgort) sits coolly in a car – black Ray-Bans and earbud headphones in place and a jacket that's somewhere between Ferris Bueller and Han Solo.Baby sits back, cranks up "Bellbottoms" by the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion and air-guitars his way through the sequence while the others rob a bank and exit in a hurry.Baby's been doing the dirty work of driving Doc's villains ever since.The headphones and omnipresent soundtrack are there for a reason: Baby's got tinnitus and the music helps drown out the "hum in the drum," as Doc explains in his quick clipped paperback noir way.Elgort is charming as Baby, which is a tough part to get right.
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