I may have my own bias that prevents me from seeing the seriousness of what Spacey’s alleged to have done (I also haven’t sought out details), but I can separate that from a film, especially one where he only has a few minutres’ screentime.
Similarly, knowing that Tom Cruise is a creep in addition to being a cult ringleader doesn’t stop me watching and enjoying his films.
Maybe Baby Driver would be better on second viewing; I didn’t really notice the music being especially synchronised with what’s onscreen, but that might be because I was just following the dialogue and plot.
Wife’s issues were an unlikable protagonist (and actor she’s not fond of), underwritten female roles, bad acting from some corners (Bernthal!), and being a music driven film where all the songs bar one or two have male vocalists.
I felt that they were going for pretty much intentional, pulpy chiche characters so didn’t mind how hammy Bernthal, Foxx, and the female criminal were. The male dominated music I did notice but figured since it’s diegetic music, it’s down to the character so can excuse it.