Baby Driver Opening Scene (2017) | Movieclips Coming Soon

[“Bellbottoms” by Jon Spencer Blues Explosion begins to play] [singing along] OHHH! Oh… Oh! Oh! OH! Ahhh! Oh! Oh! Oh! Baby… Ohhh! To catch the whole… New York City… Ha… … Explosion. [Distant Police Siren] [coming from bank] Put your hands in the air! [muffled screams and yells from the bank] Thank you very much Ladies and Gentlemen right now I got to tell ya ’bout The Fabulous… Most groovy… Bellbottoms! Bellbottoms! Woah! Woah! Woah! Woah, woah, WOAH! Well aint’ yall’ cute… That’s my Baby

100 thoughts on “Baby Driver Opening Scene (2017) | Movieclips Coming Soon

  1. To be honest I don't drive as fast and that insane as baby but what i know is my mom does not like it when I drive her around something about me driving crazy.

  2. Imagine crossover among baby driver, dominic toreto in Fast furious, jason statam in the transporter into one film like need for speed

  3. being from Atlanta it was very distracting to see a lot of the scenes go down the same road or use the parking lots as highway turns. but still a fun movie to watch. even though they left their fingerprints and her long hair all over the car they left wide open .

  4. 0:00 Being invited to a Mario Kart party.
    0:21 Friend suspicious of my skill
    0:24 Those 2 other kids waiting for the race to start
    0:36 Getting their snacks
    0:54 Me alone in the front room with my remote
    2:26 Countdown starting
    2:35 Race starts
    rest of Baby driving montage is just everyday Mario Kart for me
    4:56 Kid at the end of the race

    Pretty much true story. We were playing single player so everyone had a chance to show their skill individually on one panel. Needless to say, I won. ;3
    Mario Kart is my real talent.

  5. This opening scene is better than all the "Fast and Furious" movies combined.

  6. 5:23
    Baby Driver leaves prints on driver door upon exiting.
    “That’s my baby”

  7. Its a shame that we never got see something as awesome as this in the movie again. Understand the movie is about a characters world being thrown out of control but this is the only time we ever really got to see Baby doing what he does best, what he's truly known for, ever in the movie again. The second car chase was about how the new criminal disrupted his rhythm and didn't let him do his job as effectively, but the next really interesting chase is on foot at the end of the movie. Dunno just kind of disappointing that there wasn't another greater car chase or a series of car chases seeing the character at his peak.

  8. I just pretend the evidence filled car is just blown up off screen. As meticulous as they were about this plan I HAVE to assume that cuz they blow cars up in your average hood street movie with lower level criminals. Usually everyone has a clean up crew and one of the cops or a few are probably corrupt & in on it

  9. This film always reads to me as a little love letter to The Blues Brothers film. Considering it is one of Wright's favorite films and my own I might be reading into it but hey.

  10. *me in video games be like*:
    me irl*: which one is stop? *hits accelerator

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  15. I always thought you would be virtually impossible to catch if you have a crew with like 10 of the same car and you just mix up on the highway with the hot one then get off at different exits.

  16. I remember fishtailing my car when I was a kid not knowing that I was probably drifting before anybody else was drifting

  17. I hate that they can catch them all because of baby drivers fingerprints

  18. What if he drove normally? Would anyone know that they were the ones who robbed the bank?

  19. When they exited the red Subaru in the parking garage, why didn't they close the doors?

  20. Okay, so if you look carefully at the car at 2:40 you can see that the car has a standard Impreza badge, but for the rest of the clip it has a subaru logo badge, so what does this tell us? Well, the car was either crashed or it blew a head gasket, its a subaru so we can rule out crashing because they handle so well, its also a subaru so they probably blew a head gasket. Movie. Ruined.

  21. What are you doing guys?
    The Punisher is in your Car. Let him deal with the Cops.

    O! I forgot he does not kill cops.

  22. synching at 3:46 of the song and those spikes/tyre bursting is just marvelous 😍

  23. One thing I noticed was that Bernthal is the only one in the car who talks and I think that is such a symbolic gesture to his character, he seems to be the renegade and loud mouth, and in a scene where no one is speaking, I love how he's the only one who says something "whoa whoa whoa"

  24. Sort of makes me wonder, what if Edgar Wright directed John wick? I mean the director for it right now is doing a great job but oh lord Edgar is just on a whole other level. Same fight choreography or course, but with Edgar’s magic “sync everything with everything and make every camera change very natural and attractive” ability

  25. This scene is much better with the Deja Vu song.

    It's like the song was made for this scene or the scene was made for the song.

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