Watch this video essay that demonstrates how tracking shots take audiences into and through a film along with the characters.
Genuine locations were the place to be at the movies this year.
Baby might need some new iPods to hold all the new music coming in a sequel.
These are the people you want driving your Uber. For as chatty as drivers in the real world are, they’re a quiet crew in cinema. Baby Driver and Drive certainly weren’t the first of their kind to dra…
Taking a look at every time a director has used Barry White's Never, Never Gonna Give Ya Up in film history.
Edgar Wright's latest film isn't getting enough credit for its strong storytelling.
What has been seen cannot be unseen: the summer blockbuster Oedipal Complex and why Freud would have enjoyed Baby Driver more than you.
We're halfway through the year, and we're already making the American box office charts great again.
No movies about babies, a few movies about drivers, two movies involving Val Kilmer, and at least one movie involving tinnitus.
Every great car chase is a combination of several filmmaking elements. In honor of 'Baby Driver,' we explore.