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BY JackWallace superstar
Edgar Wright's Scott Pilgrim vs. The World is one of the most entertaining movies ever. Perfectly paced, dazzling visuals, amazing fight choreography. Great editing and l adore the soundtrack. If you don't like this movie, there's something wrong with you. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World is flawless. Grade: A+
BY 100WordReviews superstar
The movie layout was very enjoyable but maybe not somthing my older relatives/ family member would enjoy. However unlike all the other "trolls" bagging on the movie its filming is very close to what the comic was actually like not to mention the arcade game!
We thought there was nothing good about this film. A waste of money! Have loved the other movies Michael Cera has been in but this was awful. We left after an hour. Only the second movie I have ever walked out of and my daughter's first and we go to a lot of movies! It was so bad that I had to write this comment!
Flicks provides an excellent review which convinced me I'd enjoy the movie. Although I'm almost 50, and probably not in the target demographic, it is the most enjoyable movie I've seen for many years.
I would see it again simply because there is so much to take in. I definitely missed many of the pop-ups and probably many of the cultural references. But I did get the 'Arrested Development' references - that was where Michael Cera first came to comedy fame.
BY steveisatree superstar
one person said in the movie as Scott entered the Chaos Theater. I must concur.
It also needs to be in two films, I mean who can beat seven evil exes in two hours??? We may need to get the vegan police on this matter.
But all in all it is a fantastic, lovable, visually neat film!
Epic is the only word to describe this movie. Cera does a excellent performance as usual. Game references galore, effects and music where all top notch. Edgar Wright showed off his unique style as he did with Hot Fuzz and Shawn of the Dead. A must see for any action/comedy lover.
BY JBCollins lister
I really enjoyed it. It had a solid cast and a brilliant director responsible for Spaced as well as Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, easily holds up against his earlier works. Its flashy, colourful and exciting. Worth seeing at the cinema, I plan to see it more than once.