Sure, all of the critics are raving about Edgar Wright's new action comedy Baby Driver. But how good is it, really? Today, we have collected some real fan reactions from folks around the country who got to attend a special screening of the movie starring Ansel Elgort and Lily James. And guess what, they actually love it. Probably more than a few of the paid critics out there. Not only that, but you can get in on all the action and fun yourself with the new Stardust app.
Tired of reading the same old movie reactions from critics who don't really have your best interests in mind? Ever wish you could send your own reaction videos to everyone on the Internet instantaneously after seeing the latest releases? Do you just want to brag about seeing the hottest blockbuster during a secret screening? Or are you dying to flame the popular opinion with your own wicked hot take on the matter? Well, then have we got an app for you. As it puts you in the driver's seat, no pun intended. Allowing you to upload and share all of your own personal reactions to every TV show and movie coming your way in the future.
Today, thanks to our friends at Stardust, we have an exclusive look at this cool new app, which truly turns you into the critic. And sometimes, your opinion is the only one that matters. As you can see in the collected videos below, these aren't just fun to watch, but they're extremely exciting and fun to make. Yes, Donnie, now the world can start and stop at your convenience! And it's all just a click away.
Stardust is a mobile community of film & TV fanatics sharing video reactions to movies and shows. It is more than just a social network. It's an app that is dedicated to movie & TV talk amongst true fans. Trust us, there are no "certified" critics here. No ads. No cat gifs. Just real reactions from real people. Having real fun. And you can get in on all of that fun here.
Earlier in the week, Sony Pictures held a special screening of Edgar Wright's Baby Driver. And we're sharing some of those reactions here. We have a cool compilation video as well as the full individual reactions from people just like you or me. They aren't paid actors. And the app isn't getting any kick back from Baby Driver. It's just the first exciting release this summer that coincides with the launch of the Stardust app.
In Baby Driver, talented getaway driver Baby (Ansel Elgort) relies on the beat of his personal soundtrack to be the best in the game. After meeting the woman (Lily James) of his dreams, he sees a chance to ditch his shady lifestyle and make a clean break. Coerced into working for a crime boss (Kevin Spacey), Baby must face the music as a doomed heist threatens his life, love and freedom. As you can see, most of the people using the new Stardust app love Baby Driver. But even if you hate it, download the app and tell the world it's just not your cup of motor oil. Let your voice be heard. Get the Stardust app today, and tell movie fans what you think. Become your own critic. It's fun. And easy.