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For more, read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures">Baby Driver: Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is a remorselessly entertainingBaby Driver: Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is a remorselessly entertaining, impeccably assembled action-musical in which cars and people defy the laws of physics and common sense. And unlike, say, a Fast and Furious flick, Wright’s movie delivers action that’s convincing and concrete — the cars seem real, even when the people don’t.

For more, read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures
For more, read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures">Baby Driver: Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is a remorselessly entertainingBaby Driver: Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is a remorselessly entertaining, impeccably assembled action-musical in which cars and people defy the laws of physics and common sense. And unlike, say, a Fast and Furious flick, Wright’s movie delivers action that’s convincing and concrete — the cars seem real, even when the people don’t.

For more, read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures
For more, read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures">Baby Driver: Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is a remorselessly entertainingBaby Driver: Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is a remorselessly entertaining, impeccably assembled action-musical in which cars and people defy the laws of physics and common sense. And unlike, say, a Fast and Furious flick, Wright’s movie delivers action that’s convincing and concrete — the cars seem real, even when the people don’t.

For more, read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures
For more, read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures">sayBaby Driver: Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is a remorselessly entertaining, impeccably assembled action-musical in which cars and people defy the laws of physics and common sense. And unlike, say, a Fast and Furious flick, Wright’s movie delivers action that’s convincing and concrete — the cars seem real, even when the people don’t.

For more, read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures
For more, read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures">Wright’s movie delivers action that’s convincing and concrete — the cars seem realBaby Driver: Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is a remorselessly entertaining, impeccably assembled action-musical in which cars and people defy the laws of physics and common sense. And unlike, say, a Fast and Furious flick, Wright’s movie delivers action that’s convincing and concrete — the cars seem real, even when the people don’t.

For more, read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures
For more, read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures">read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar PicturesBaby Driver: Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is a remorselessly entertaining, impeccably assembled action-musical in which cars and people defy the laws of physics and common sense. And unlike, say, a Fast and Furious flick, Wright’s movie delivers action that’s convincing and concrete — the cars seem real, even when the people don’t.

For more, read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures
For more, read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures">It Comes at Night: A red door isBaby Driver: Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is a remorselessly entertaining, impeccably assembled action-musical in which cars and people defy the laws of physics and common sense. And unlike, say, a Fast and Furious flick, Wright’s movie delivers action that’s convincing and concrete — the cars seem real, even when the people don’t.

For more, read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures
For more, read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures">a sign of protectionBaby Driver: Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is a remorselessly entertaining, impeccably assembled action-musical in which cars and people defy the laws of physics and common sense. And unlike, say, a Fast and Furious flick, Wright’s movie delivers action that’s convincing and concrete — the cars seem real, even when the people don’t.

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For more, read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures">the red door also comes with an undercurrent of horror. Having to slaughter animals at twilight for your paint kind of mutes the jubilance of surviving.Baby Driver: Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is a remorselessly entertaining, impeccably assembled action-musical in which cars and people defy the laws of physics and common sense. And unlike, say, a Fast and Furious flick, Wright’s movie delivers action that’s convincing and concrete — the cars seem real, even when the people don’t.

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For more, read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures">read our review of It Comes at Night.; Credit: Photo by Eric McNatt/Courtesy A24Baby Driver: Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is a remorselessly entertaining, impeccably assembled action-musical in which cars and people defy the laws of physics and common sense. And unlike, say, a Fast and Furious flick, Wright’s movie delivers action that’s convincing and concrete — the cars seem real, even when the people don’t.

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For more, read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures">Dawson City: Frozen Time: It’s a sign of hope that Bill MorrisonBaby Driver: Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is a remorselessly entertaining, impeccably assembled action-musical in which cars and people defy the laws of physics and common sense. And unlike, say, a Fast and Furious flick, Wright’s movie delivers action that’s convincing and concrete — the cars seem real, even when the people don’t.

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For more, read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures">is nearly a household nameBaby Driver: Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is a remorselessly entertaining, impeccably assembled action-musical in which cars and people defy the laws of physics and common sense. And unlike, say, a Fast and Furious flick, Wright’s movie delivers action that’s convincing and concrete — the cars seem real, even when the people don’t.

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For more, read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures">showcased in the Venice Bienniale andBaby Driver: Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is a remorselessly entertaining, impeccably assembled action-musical in which cars and people defy the laws of physics and common sense. And unlike, say, a Fast and Furious flick, Wright’s movie delivers action that’s convincing and concrete — the cars seem real, even when the people don’t.

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For more, read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures">released onto actual movie screens. Using only archival materialsBaby Driver: Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is a remorselessly entertaining, impeccably assembled action-musical in which cars and people defy the laws of physics and common sense. And unlike, say, a Fast and Furious flick, Wright’s movie delivers action that’s convincing and concrete — the cars seem real, even when the people don’t.

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Baby Driver: Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is a remorselessly entertaining, impeccably assembled action-musical in which cars and people defy the laws of physics and common sense. And unlike, say, a Fast and Furious flick, Wright’s movie delivers action that’s convincing and concrete — the cars seem real, even when the people don’t.

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For more, read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures">Margaret Byrne’s essential debut documentary. “We’re a quarter of a mile from the jailBaby Driver: Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is a remorselessly entertaining, impeccably assembled action-musical in which cars and people defy the laws of physics and common sense. And unlike, say, a Fast and Furious flick, Wright’s movie delivers action that’s convincing and concrete — the cars seem real, even when the people don’t.

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For more, read our review of Baby Driver.; Credit: Courtesy Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures">the executive director at a small North Carolina high school for teen boys in trouble. “I often tell the boysBaby Driver: Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is a remorselessly entertaining, impeccably assembled action-musical in which cars and people defy the laws of physics and common sense. And unlike, say, a Fast and Furious flick, Wright’s movie delivers action that’s convincing and concrete — the cars seem real, even when the people don’t.

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Watching movies for a living is a tough job, but somebody's got to do it, and our film critics are up to the task. While they see plenty of stellar movies, they see some not-so-great ones, too. They've weeded through them all to give you their picks for the best films of June 2017. If a few haven’t opened in a theater near you just yet, don’t fret: There’s always a chance you’ll be able to stream them on your small screen, or they may go into wider release in the coming months.