the last words of this, as the sound cuts in on a conversation between cyberpunks, “mindscrew- we’d be able to have sex through our minds”
-Why do you fight like this? Why?
You have no one! Nothing to fight for!
-What do you mean?
-I can see it. You have no home, no family! No one you love!
-But... But... What difference does that make?
Is it wrong to fight when you've nothing to fight for?
-It isn't natural.
-Then why do you fight?
-I fight for the one who saved me.
-Is... is that all?
-It's a truth that people live for!
wright's high concept action-heist musical about a getaway driver named baby. the music part is the key here, moreso than the driving, as wright defines baby's entire world through his relationship with music. it's a daring feat that works for the most part, but undermines some of the action with its steadfast commitment to the concept.
jamie foxx makes the movie work, spacey almost undermines the whole thing completely. foxx brings a potential for violence at any turn that baby's…