Original Large Theatrical Movie Poster Art Cinema Film 2010 Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010)

Michael Cera – from Juno (2007) fame – leads the cast in this fabulously fun and sweet movie about rock bands, video games, teenage angst, and good versus evil.

Not to be taken at all seriously, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World is a mix of comedy, romance and daft fantasy action scenes. It is a joyous experience which will have you smiling from beginning to end.

Film director Edgar Wright now has two cult classics to his name: this one and Shaun of the Dead (2004).

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You can find more information on this Canadian-British movie on Wikipedia and IMDb.

As always, we recommend you don’t ruin any surprises by reading spoilers or watching trailers.

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Title: Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

Language: English

Direction: Edgar Wright

Screenplay: Edgar Wright, Michael Bacall

Based on: Scott Pilgrim; the 2004-2010 graphic stories series by Bryan Lee O’Malley

Cinematography: Bill Pope

Editing: Jonathan Amos, Paul Machliss

Score: Nigel Godrich

Stars: Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Anna Kendrick, Kieran Culkin, Chris Evans, Alison Pill, Brandon Routh, Jason Schwartzman

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Full Acting Cast and Roles

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32 Comments

  1. Abbi

    I was unsure about this film until about 3/4 of the way through and then suddenly it all kind of clicked into place. So much fun!

    1. Shimky

      Maybe it was the initial shock to all the bizarre fantasy weirdness, Gavin? Give it another go – now that you know what to expect, you may just fall in love with it!

  2. aliciasunday

    Thanks for the recommendation, always on the lookout for 12 and PG films for the kids that aren’t animated with the exception of Studio Ghibli films and we’ve seen all those many times over. My favourite film at the moment, by the way, is ‘Restless’.

      1. marcus dilano

        Thank you :-). We appreciate the compliment. I am glad I came across your site because I absolutely love movies. For the last decade, movies have been a big part of my life. I don’t really enjoy television programming these days so I end up watching about 3-5 movies a week. Looking forward to reading more of your post’s.

  3. Consumed by Film

    I didn’t enjoy this when i first watched it, but i think i’m in the minority. It’s been a few years so maybe i ought to rekindle my Pilgrim viewing status and see if i just completely missed the boat. Nice, snappy review!

    Adam.

  4. Matthew Ryan

    Ah, just reminds me that I still haven’t seen this… it sounds like a fun experience though, everyone in my family loved it. Thanks for the tip!

  5. CMrok93

    I’ve seen it three times now and have yet to ever get bored, or not find anything new or cool about it. Shame it didn’t do well at the box-office, but I guess that’s what makes it such a novelty to begin with. Good review.

    1. Shimky

      Hi Dan. Some numbers for you:

      Production Budget: $60,000,000 ($85 million before tax rebates)

      Worldwide Box Office: $48,089,760 ($31,6 million domestic; $16,5 million international)

      Domestic DVD Sales: $16,138,903 (Unfortunately, I can’t find a figure for international sales)

      So, in the end, they did make a profit from the cult following. Probably quite a few million.

      What’s really funny – unrelated to these figures – is that last night I went for dinner with an old friend and he told me that he went to school and lived opposite director Edgar Wright. It’s a small world!

  6. allendemir

    I feel like this movie has taken on Goldeneye status, because I hear people talk about the video game more than the movie. Which is kind of sad, considering it’s not available to download anymore.

    1. Shimky

      Really? That’s interesting. I didn’t even know there was a video game -although it makes complete sense now, thinking about the graphics in the movie.

      It’s a brilliant film, isn’t it! I must watch it again soon.

      I just saw Mary Elizabeth Winstead in “Faults” (2014) – and I loved it!

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