Scott Pilgrim vs the World

"It's a razzle-dazzle compendium of quick-draw humor, superhero stunts and gamer references wrapped around a teen dream love story, starring -- who else? -- Michael Cera, the first genuine nerd superstar." - Detroit News

“For years now, people have been complaining that movies are turning into video games and comic books. English director Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz), takes the approach that movies have been far too reticent. His 2010 film, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, is as vibrant as a cluttered wall of graffiti, jumpy enough to risk retina damage.

“This busy, fizzy visual concoction, in the occasional quiet moment, can be recognized as taking place in the city of Toronto, the locale of a series of a half-dozen cultishly-revered graphic novels by Bryan Lee O'Malley. O'Malley's stories depict the life of an underachieving, part-time bass player, who must defeat his girlfriend's seven 'evil exes' to win her heart.

“As for the 'fantastic daydreams of personal triumphs' - they begin after Scott meets the magnetic, purple-haired Ramona Flowers (Mary Elizabeth Winstead), who roller-skates through his dream into his life. She's a preternaturally confident delivery girl who changes her hair colour to a bright new shade every week and a half and comes with weighty baggage: To date her, Scott must transform from wallflower to whupass master.” - The Globe and Mail


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