Baby Driver stars Ansel Elgort, the dying heartthrob of The Fault in Our Stars, as Baby, a driver for a crime boss nicknamed Doc (Kevin Spacey). Doc's forte is bank robbery using a different set of criminals on each with only Baby as a regular member of his crew, always the driver. Among the criminals Doc utilizes are Bats (Jamie Foxx) and Buddy (Jon Hamm). Baby's life is changed forever when he meets and falls in love with Debora (Lily James from Cinderella) and attempts to leave his criminal days behind him. Here's my review of Baby Driver...
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Transformers The Last Knight picks up the story of Mark Wahlberg as Cade Yarger as he's attempting to defend the remaining Autobots from a worldwide Army charged with capturing or destroying all Transformers. Meanwhile Optimus Prime has gone home to what remains of Cybertron intent on confronting his creator, a move that leads to Prime going from ally to enemy of humanity.
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Cars 3 features the voice of Owen Wilson back in the role of Nascar racer Lightning McQueen. This time Lightning has become the older statesmen of racing that Paul Newman was as Doc Hudson in the original Cars. With younger Cars passing him up it looks like Lightning's career might be at an end. Then he meets Cruz Ramirez (Cristela Alonso) and the two go on a journey together that is the bulk of the story. Here's my review of Cars 3.
The Mummy stars Tom Cruise as Nick, an adventurer, soldier, archaeologist, thief and all around charming rogue. Nick finds trouble when he and his colleagues, including New Girl star Jake Johnson, uncover an ancient Mummy's tomb that bestows a deathly curse on Nick. Can Nick beat back the ancient evil of the Mummy known as Ahminek (Sophia Boutella)? That's the story of "The Mummy." Here's my review. Click Here