Scott Pilgrim (Michael Cera), besides being the bass player in an average garage band called Sex Bob-omb, doesn’t have a lot going for him, he has no job, isn’t very popular and doesn’t have a girlfriend. But his life changes dramatically when he meets Ramona Flowers and becomes her boyfriend. Life seems great; he finally has a girlfriend who he really cares about but now must tackle a dangerous mission in order to keep her. He must defeat all of Ramona’s evil ex boyfriends who are coming to kill him!
Highly original action comedy from critically acclaimed director Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz). (Matt Fairfield)
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Check out Scott Pilgrim's epic fight against his girlfriend's seven evil ex-boyfriends. There's no high school drama here, well, not much anyway... just Scott trying to conquer Ramona despite the fight her ex-boyfriends bring to him. Based on the comics with the same name, Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World stays faithful to its roots. It's amazing how it kept the cult to 80's video games, humour and odd speechs which at first sight would seem hard to adapt to the big screen, but it actually works really well. If you like comics and video games, this is a movie you must see. It even features a killer Final Fantasy bass solo by Pilgrim!