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Baby Driver, Movie, 2017 IMDB

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dsl SX

2017-03-25 15:39

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Any connection??

mannofnope PH

2017-04-11 16:06

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Die cast BRZ/86/FR-S
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hachirokutrueno US

2017-06-23 00:40

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Subaru USA's been promoting this movie on their Facebook page. I'm kinda starting to wonder if they're actually sponsoring the movie.

aolju ES

2017-06-26 14:38

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hachirokutrueno wrote Subaru USA's been promoting this movie on their Facebook page. I'm kinda starting to wonder if they're actually sponsoring the movie.

With a 2006 car? I dubt that. They would use new models to promote them.

mike962 DE

2017-06-28 22:05

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a huge hype for this movie, critics and youtube reviewers LOVE IT

dsl SX

2017-06-28 22:25

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mannofnope wrote Die cast BRZ/86/FR-S
[Image: screenshot336.jpg]

Possibly an Ebbro 2011 Tokyo show model if 1:43 - there's a few blue ones (also J-Collection etc), but that's the only one I can find in matching shade of blue and wheel format. Subaru may have commissioned some promo models from Ebbro (or someone else).

rtsbusman1997 US

2017-06-28 22:39

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aolju wrote
With a 2006 car? I dubt that. They would use new models to promote them.


Depends. You could towards a implication of quality and cool factor with a older model car (i'm sure it's been done before)

Baube QC

2017-06-28 22:42

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i think so.. they promote the fact that a Subaru is used but sponsoring the movie would probably gives a brand new WRX some camera time...

Lateef NO

2017-06-28 22:44

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dsl wrote Any connection??

I was actually thinking about: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_RJUpQ6ltWk

heuntar UK

2017-07-14 01:05

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Can anyone tell me what Baby's own car was--the old '70s one he collected Deborah in on their first date?

aolju ES

2017-07-15 21:04

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heuntar wrote Can anyone tell me what Baby's own car was--the old '70s one he collected Deborah in on their first date?

I'm not really an expert on 70's American cars, so don't take this as a 100% sure statement, but I would say it was a Lincoln Continental.

And I thought the movie was really fun, with really good car chases and amazing editing to the music. My main complaint would be that the romantic subplot often dragged the pacing of the film. But if you're a car chase fan or someone who appreciates the cinematic qualities in a movie, I totally recommend it.

-- Last edit: 2017-07-15 21:08:12

Exiv96 BE

2017-07-17 10:52

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mannofnope wrote Die cast BRZ/86/FR-S
[Image: screenshot336.jpg]

dsl wrote
Possibly an Ebbro 2011 Tokyo show model if 1:43 - there's a few blue ones (also J-Collection etc), but that's the only one I can find in matching shade of blue and wheel format. Subaru may have commissioned some promo models from Ebbro (or someone else).


The scale model has the Toyota/Scion front end. And the door lines are quite visible, suggesting this is one of those "4,5 inch" toy models. Possibly from Welly or Uni-Fortune/RMZ City. However, both of them have their headlights and rear lights molded as clear parts. Here, the headlights are black and the rear lights part red, part body-color blue, as if the model had been repainted.

burnoutgt24 CA

2017-07-20 01:50

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Was he slow?

aolju ES

2017-07-20 11:15

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burnoutgt24 wrote Was he slow?

...no

burnoutgt24 CA

2017-07-21 01:19

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aolju wrote
...no

He's a good kid, and devil behind the wheel.

uberstriker US

2017-08-04 03:32

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Here's an interview with one of the mechanics from "Baby Driver." The Subaru is a 2007 btw (and they used 5 different Subarus for the opening scene).

the Infiniti G20 that Baby jumps in front of is a 1994 (owned by the car mechanic in the interview).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1vDsU4TcNGI

opal TH

2017-09-20 12:20

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carcrazedalex586 ZA

2017-09-20 12:47

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The blurry cars are:


-Nissan Sentra
-1994 Honda Accord

CougarTim US

2017-09-23 22:57

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bv.10 Volkswagen Jetta
bv3.5 Nissan Sentra [B17]
bv6.2 Honda Accord
bv9.1 2009+ Pontiac Vibe
bv10.1 Nissan Maxima [A33]
bv17 Acura Integra
bv19.1 Fiat 500
bv21 bv48 bv49 Mazda Protege5
bv28 Ford Escape, GMC Sonoma/Jimmy, Nissan Pathfinder
bv30 Mini Cooper, Audi Q5, Honda Element
bv32 Ford Aerostar
bv37 Acura TL, Volkswagen Tiguan
bv43 Mitsubishi Galant
bv44 Honda Odyssey
bv46 Nissan 350Z

Corkeyandpals US

2018-03-07 08:44

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Aircraft at: http://impdb.org/index.php?title=Baby_Driver

leonhouston AF

2018-03-27 00:44

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The car Baby delivers pizza in is a 1982 Toyota Cressida

https://i.imgur.com/AKnk73H.png

http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2012/12/junkyard-find-1982-toyota-cressida/

Just not a lot of good pictures of it

opal TH

2018-05-03 22:45

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Add deleted scenes.

ALMF-3512 CN

2018-07-17 12:28

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original cut of the final faceoff is way better than the cinema version

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