- Original title
- Running time
- 115 min.
- United Kingdom
Patrick R. Walker,
Co-production United Kingdom-United States; Big Talk Productions / Media Rights Capital (MRC) / Working Title Films / TriStar Pictures / Double Negative
Thriller. Action. Comedy | Crime. Heist Film. Car Movies
- Synopsis / Plot
- A young getaway driver named Baby (Ansel Elgort) had an accident when he was a kid and it left him with an eardrum that constantly hums. To down it out, he plays music constantly. He works as a driver for a powerful crime boss named Doc (Kevin Spacey) and finally tells him that after one more job, he's done. Doc is not impressed. He tells Baby that after one more job, they're straight, but not done. He threatens to hurt everyone Baby loves if he tries to leave. Baby, who has fallen in love with a beautiful waitress named Deborah (Lily James), doesn't want anything to happen to her. He decides to go on the run and take Deborah with him.
: Academy Awards: Nominated for Best Editing, Sound Mixing & Sound Editing
: Golden Globes: Nominated for Best Actor in a Comedy (Ansel Elgort)
: BAFTA Awards: Best Film Editing. 2 Nominations
: National Board of Review (NBR): Top Films
: Critics Choice Awards: Best Editing (ex aequo)
: Satellite Awards: Nominated for Best Editing
: Screen Actors Guild (SAG): Nominated for Best Stunt Ensemble
2017: Chicago Film Critics Awards: Best Editing
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