Scott Pilgrim Vs The World Movie Review: A Movie Of Epicness


What can I say about Scott Pilgrim?: BEST.MOVIE.EVER

Yes, this movie is that good. Any person who loves comic books and video games will find something to love about this movie.

Scott Pilgrim Vs The World is based on the comic book series, “Scott Pilgrim”. The premise is simple: It’s the story of a Canadian guy called Scott Pilgrim who plays bass in a band called “Sex Bob-Omb”. Scott lives with his gay roommate is dating a 17 year old high schooler named Knives Chau. (Scott is 22). Scott falls with a girl names Ramona Flowers who recently moved from New York and works for Amazon delivering packages. Scott starts dating her only to find out that she has 7 evil exes and must defeat them to continue dating Ramona.

This movie has great visuals and the music and sound are fantastic. The idea of having retro video game sound effects is awesome. Michael Cera is basically Michael Cera. I have to say that the role of Scott Pilgrim fits him perfectly. The cast is also great. Mary Winstead is smoking hot as Ramona Flowers.

There’s comedy and great dialogue between characters. The characters are all just great and blend well together.

I think my generation will find this movie entertaining. By my generation, I mean people who grew up with comic books and played video games.

I find it hard to dislike anything about this movie. The music is great, the visuals are a great fit for a comic book movie, the fight scenes are well done and the cast is also great.

Scott Pilgrim Vs The World is a great experience. Combining comedy, video games and comics never felt so great.

I find it hard to dislike anything about this movie. The music is great, the visuals are a great fit for a comic book movie, the fight scenes are well done and the cast is also great.

Scott Pilgrim Vs The World is a great experience. Combining comedy, video games and comics never felt so great.

[Thoughts From A Tech Guy]

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