Edgar Wright, the director of "Baby Driver" starred by Ansel Elgort, Lily James, Jamie Foxx, Kevin Spacey, Eiza Gonzales and Jon Hamm, has broken his current record as the most successful film to date garnering an opening revenue of $76 million. This does not include the revenues from those countries that are yet to show the film. Here are some of the reasons why the film is considered to be the "Summer film of the year":

It's action packed

As seen in the trailer itself, "Baby Driver" opens in a car chase scene. It's not the usual car chase as witnessed from the usual criminal versus police movies.

It's literally breath taking. Watchers could literally be gripping their chairs if you imagine you were in the same car driven by "Baby", as played by Ansel. In addition, it does not only cater car chase scenes but as well as serious gun fights and war with words. It's not the hand to hand combat type of movie one expects but it's great and realistic.

The music is on point

One thing that makes "Baby Driver" different and fresh from other action movies is that it contains beautiful songs and choreography. Yes, I am not kidding. Ansel really dances and you could even see that even some of the people on the film are in their own type of choreography. Every scene has a specific type of song and it makes the movie even more entertaining.

It's well-casted

As Ansel's character as "Baby" shifts from playful to serious, one cannot deny he was born to play the role. Lily James' singing with her angelic voice was also one of the best scenes in the movie. Ansel and Lily really had that "Bonnie and Clyde" aura without the killings. They were young and undoubtedly in love.

Jamie Foxx also played the role of the ultimate villain. Kevin Spacey, well, one cannot argue he can play any role. Eiza and Jon's character were the actual "Bonnie and Clyde" and they killed it.

It has a great plot

As most movies, everything is usually predictable based on the trailers. This movie isn't. I'm not gonna tell you some spoilers but what I am going to tell you is that it's not just about the adrenaline rush brought about the car chase scenes like the movie "Fast and the Furious".

It's realistic and to be honest touching. I know, it's weird to say that in an action movie but let me remind you that "Baby" is not a bad guy here. He could be just like any of us when we have no choice.

It teaches us some values

Unlike most movies now, action movies tend to give heists and criminals the cool vibe. Which is, to be honest, not right. This movie is not one of those. It teaches us that no matter what, the law is still the law. It teaches us the value of family, love, trust and honesty.

If you haven't watched "Baby Driver" yet, you better do so ASAP.