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Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
25 May 2012
Excerpt: After his girlfriend dumped him and became succesful with her own band, Scott Pilgrim tries to cope with his loss and starts dating Knives Chau, a five year younger high school girls. However, one night he dream about a girl and can’t seem to forget about her.
Excerpt: Amazing. Just the other day I was watching my favorite Charlie Chaplin movie, “Modern Times”, which was considered a technical leap forward (if you can believe it) for films. Conversely, I just finished watching “Scott Pilgrim vs.
Excerpt: Scott Pilgrim moves a little too quickly, endangering an audience not quite ready for how the film is willing to go into sheer insanity. Scott (Michael Cera) begins brawling with Matthew (Satya Bhabha) at a concert, literally after Matthew crashes through the roof and begins an entire song and dance...
Summary: With 'Scott Pilgrim vs. The World' Edgar Wright crafts a film so boldly aware of itself that it can't be ignored. Watching 'Scott Pilgrim' is a movie experience unlike any other. This film can be enjoyed by gamers, comic book lovers, and movie enthusiast alike.
Excerpt: After the success of Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, director Edgar Wright suddenly found himself being tipped as one of Hollywood�s hot new talents. Being linked with numerous projects and countless scripts it seems the British director was spoilt for choice.
Excerpt: Scott Pilgrim vs the World is a disorganized mess. It’s an overly ambitious, poorly thought out, complete and utter failure made by and populated with talented people who should have known better.
Excerpt: Based on a series of graphic novels by Bryan Lee O’Malley, Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World is a manga-doodle that draws from the wellspring of popular culture, viewing youthful infatuation through a filter of indie rock, action comics, and a selection of classic arcade and Nintendo games.
Conclusion: It’s heartfelt, hilarious and a highly satisfying adaptation of the book. You don’t have to be a geek to adore it; you just have to remember being young. But one word of caution: Hollywood, don’t try to make a hundred of these. It won’t work.