Review: Baby Driver

Baby-Driver
Not (as its title would suggest) a film about an infant chauffeur

Imagine a musical where nobody sings – sounds impossible, right? Well, I guess that means Edgar Wright has achieved the impossible, as his latest outing, Baby Driver, is exactly that.

In typically stylish fashion, the director has crafted a high-octane car chase flick built entirely around a killer soundtrack – a sing-along affair, just without the actual sing-along part.

The end result is a fresh, funny and kinetic romp of a film, that is unlike any blockbuster film you’ve seen in years.

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Review: Baby Driver

Review: The Wicked + The Divine – Volume 1: The Faust Act

The Wicked + The Divine
Meet Luci: Your new favourite character

Why make art? We’re only on this planet for such a fleeting instant, so why would anyone bother using that time to make something without any tangible value?

This is the question at the heart of The Wicked + The Divine, the critically acclaimed Image Comics series by Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie, Matt Wilson and Clayton Cowles, which serves as the pen and ink equivalent of a pop song about life and death.

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Review: The Wicked + The Divine – Volume 1: The Faust Act