Scott Pilgrim Vs The World

Scott Pilgrim Vs The World
Scott Pilgrim Vs The World

Year

2010

Duration

107 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Coming of Age

Language

English

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Synopsis

This comic book-based film tells the story of Toronto-based wet blanket and aspiring musician Scott. He's found the girl of his dreams, if only he can handle her romantic past. Refreshingly, this past takes the form of seven evil exes who Scott must defeat in a series of Street Fighter-esque battles. Full of rock music, Nintendo-homaging graphics and hilarious supporting performances, Scott Pilgrim is a full-on assault on the senses. Get ready to have a new favourite movie.

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This film contains moderate violence, sex references and bleeped strong language.

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