Baby Driver is Edgar Wright’s latest love letter to the overused tropes of cinema. Now that he’s explored zombies, cop spoofs, and alien invasions, the British director and writer turns his masterful eye toward car chases, bank heists, and even musicals.
Part of the Marvel storytelling rulebook is to take a certain character and spin their weaknesses into massive strengths. Their powers are always paradoxes of who they are, from Iron Man’s sarcasm/mad genius angle to Thor’s power/humility character arc. So if you like how Marvel has crafted these iconic characters so far,
The World’s End is the unofficial third entry in a trilogy of (seemingly) unrelated genre-parody movies done by Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. Shaun of the Dead gave us a movie that pokes fun at zombie movies, Hot Fuzz obliterated buddy cop movie clichés and we now have The World’s End, which attempts