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Edgar Wright is a filmmaker whose oeuvre reflects his identity as a true cinephile – he's foremost a fan. Each of his films is a tribute to a specific genre, and all manage to transcend homage. His breakout film, "Shaun of the Dead," isn't just a send-up of zombie movie tropes, it's one of the best in the canon, and the same could be said for buddy cop action movie "Hot Fuzz." Graphic novel adaptation "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World" proved Wright could break new ground and innovate stylistically, but his latest film, "Baby Driver," which he wrote and directed, is firmly in the zone of loving tribute, this time taking on the heist film.