Baby Driver

Continuity mistake: The car at the arresting scene was boosted by Baby a couple scenes earlier. When he gets arrested, he suddenly has a key of the car and turns off the engine. How did he acquire the key of that boosted car?

Continuity mistake: During the shooting between Bats, Darling and Buddy with the guy in the white suit and the "cops" Darling gets shot in the right arm then she keeps shooting and moves back, but in the next shot she is at the front again.

oswal13

Continuity mistake: We see a close-up of Buddy being shot in the leg, with blood, but in the very next shot, there's no blood, or hole in his pants.

MikeH

Continuity mistake: In the scene towards the end where Baby is pushing Buddy's car off a multistory parking lot, after he says "Fuck you, Buddy" he uses a stick shift. However the truck he's using is a 1989 Chevrolet Blazer K-5, which does not incorporate a stick shift, only a column shift. As evidenced by the next scene when Debora uses a column shift to put the truck into reverse. The trucks are the same in each scene, also evidenced by the bullet holes in the windscreen in both scene.

Continuity mistake: The shot of Baby's car being crushed begins with the proper Ford Taurus, but the car being crushed later is actually the 3rd generation Infiniti G35. (00:33:22)

Continuity mistake: During the shooting between Bats, Darling and Buddy with the guy in the white suit and the "cops" Darling gets shot in the right arm then she keeps shooting and moves back, but in the next shot she is at the front again.

oswal13

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Baby: You and I are a team.
Doc: Don't feed me any more lines from 'Monsters, Inc.' It pisses me off.

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Trivia: During the second heist, all of the crew are wearing Austin powers masks. Kevin Spacey who co-starred in this had a cameo appearance in the third Austin Powers film, playing himself.

Gavin Jackson

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Answer: Baby had spent years being coerced into a life of crime, something which he was never happy with, and by that point had gotten tired of continuously running from his problems. He surrendered because he knew he had done a lot of terrible things and realised it was time to pay the price for it, as well as that he did not want Deborah to go through the same life of crime that he has gone through.

Casual Person

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