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Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

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Director: Edgar Wright

Cast: Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kieran Culkin


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Based on Bryan Lee O'Malley's Oni Press comic book of the same name, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World follows the eponymous slacker rocker on his colorful quest to defeat his dream girl's seven evil ex-boyfriends. Twenty-two-year-old Scott Pilgrim (Michael Cera) may not have a job, but rocking the bass for his band, Sex Bob-omb, is a


Based on Bryan Lee O'Malley's Oni Press comic book of the same name, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World follows the eponymous slacker rocker on his colorful quest to defeat his dream girl's seven evil ex-boyfriends. Twenty-two-year-old Scott Pilgrim (Michael Cera) may not have a job, but rocking the bass for his band, Sex Bob-omb, is a tough job unto itself. When Scott locks eyes with Ramona Flowers (Mary Elizabeth Winstead), he knows she's the girl he wants to grow old with. But Ramona has some serious baggage; her supercharged exes rue the thought of her being with another man, and they'll crush any guy who gives her a second glance. Now, in order to win Ramona's heart, Scott will do battle with everyone from vegan-powered rock gods to sinister skateboarders, never losing sight of his gorgeous goal as he pummels his way to victory. Shaun of the Dead's Edgar Wright directs the film from a script he penned with Michael Bacall. Superhero veterans Chris Evans and Brandon Routh co-star in the action comedy as two of the seven ex-boyfriends.

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An unrelenting torrent of affectionate but biting music-scene satire, old-school Nintendo references, and cartoony depictions of post-adolescent love, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World is a delight. It will probably have its greatest success with folks who've actually gone to overhyped basement shows or played Mortal Kombat, but it could still capture the heart of anyone who's had a relationship in their early twenties -- or at least who appreciates a movie with style. The story begins with the titular 23-year-old slacker hero (played by Michael Cera), who divides his time between playing bass guitar for a Toronto band called Sex Bob-omb and entertaining the G-rated adoration of a Chinese high-schooler named Knives Chau (Ellen Wong). Scott's relationship with the studious teenager is simple: she worships him. The fact that it would be inappropriate to so much as kiss her matters little to Scott in light of the fact that Knives heaps adulation on his every move. She's way too young to notice that his one-liners are stale, his band is mediocre, and his bandmates and friends are all completely on to his game. But Scott's world implodes when he meets the mysterious Ramona Flowers (Mary Elizabeth Winstead), an aloof delivery girl for Amazon.ca, who makes her rounds through the snowy streets on a pair of all-weather rollerblades. Ramona is unimpressed with Scott's half-hearted antics, and thus lays down the archetypal gauntlet for our romantic hero, challenging him to better himself, and thereby proving herself to be his soul mate. The only catch is that the gauntlet Ramona lays down is also a literal one. Because in the semi-fantastical (and very tongue-in-cheek) universe where the story takes place, crappy guitarists can wield amazing superpowers, and battles to the death can erupt at a local battle of the bands. And so we learn that Scott will himself have to engage his ninja skills and fight -- nay, defeat -- all of Ramona's seven evil exes if he wants to date her. Oh, and he'll have to grow up, learn to commit, put his heart on the line, and be a little bit less of a loser -- but that all goes without saying. Based on the beloved graphic novel by Bryan Lee O'Malley, the movie reverently lives up to the book's hyperactive mix of influences, paying constant tribute to anime, sitcoms, early-'90s video games, punk rock, hipster culture, and a host of other influences. The movement is frantic, even when there isn't an expertly choreographed fight sequence going on, and the barrage of dialogue, action, and imagery lifted frame for frame out of the comic could spell a headache for the faint of heart. But for the resilient, the movie is nothing less than a total blast from beginning to end.

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Release Date:
Original Release:
Universal Studios
Region Code:
[Wide Screen]
[Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
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Special Features

Deleted scenes; Scott Pilgrim Vs. the Bloopers; Feature commentaries with cast and crew

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Michael Cera Scott Pilgrim
Mary Elizabeth Winstead Ramona Flowers
Kieran Culkin Wallace Wells
Chris Evans Lucas Lee
Anna Kendrick Stacey Pilgrim
Brie Larson Envy Adams
Alison Pill Kim Pine
Aubrey Plaza Julie Powers
Brandon Routh Todd Ingram
Jason Schwartzman Gideon Graves
Johnny Simmons Young Neil
Mark Webber Stephen Stills
Mae Whitman Roxy Richter
Ellen Wong Knives Chau
Benjamin Lewis Other Scott
Satya Bhabha Matthew Patel
Erik Knudsen Crash
Abigail Chu Trasha
Maurie W. Kaufmann Joel
Chantelle Chung Tamara Chen
Nelson Franklin Comeau
Christine Watson Demon Hipster Chick
Craig Stickland Elevator Hipster
Joe Dinicol Elevator Hipster
John Patrick Amedori Lollipop Hipster
Kjartan Hewitt Jimmy
Emily Kassie Winnifred Hailey
Don McKellar Director
Jung Yul Kim Goon
Tennessee Thomas Lynette Guycott
Shota Saito Ken Katayanagi
Keita Saito Kyle Katayanagi
Kristina Pesic Sandra
Ingrid Haas Monique
Michael Lazarovitch Some Guy
Matt Watts Promoter
Celine Lepage Party Goer
Marlee Otto Party Goer
Will Seatle Bowes Party Goer
Bill Hader The Voice

Technical Credits
Edgar Wright Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Jonathon Amos Editor
Nigel Churcher Art Director
Angelo Colavecchia Camera Operator
Robin D. Cook Casting
J. Miles Dale Executive Producer
Jennifer Euston Casting,Co-producer
Walter Gasparovic Asst. Director
Eric Gitter Producer
Allison Jones Casting
Arthur Langevin Special Effects Supervisor
Jared LeBoff Executive Producer
Paul Machliss Editor
Michael Bacall Screenwriter
Tim Miller Special Effects Supervisor
Kathy Nelson Musical Direction/Supervision
Nigel Godrich Score Composer
Joe Nozemack Co-producer
Nira Park Producer
Marc E. Platt Producer
Bill Pope Cinematographer
Marcus Rowland Production Designer
Laura Jean Shannon Costumes/Costume Designer
Adam Siegel Executive Producer
Ronaldo Vasconcellos Executive Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
1. Chapter 1 [:01]
2. Chapter 2 [7:23]
3. Chapter 3 [5:49]
4. Chapter 4 [6:46]
5. Chapter 5 [5:59]
6. Chapter 6 [4:48]
7. Chapter 7 [8:02]
8. Chapter 8 [6:32]
9. Chapter 9 [4:52]
10. Chapter 10 [3:36]
11. Chapter 11 [2:05]
12. Chapter 12 [3:14]
13. Chapter 13 [3:54]
14. Chapter 14 [4:54]
15. Chapter 15 [6:18]
16. Chapter 16 [5:54]
17. Chapter 17 [7:27]
18. Chapter 18 [2:56]
19. Chapter 19 [8:29]
20. Chapter 20 [1:35]


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