Scott Pilgrim vs. the World is what happens when you take a mumbling hipster flick and toss it into a blender along with video games and indie rock culture. Directed by Edgar Wright, the movie is based on the graphic novel series by Bryan Lee O’Malley. It’s a frenzied, energetic ride, but it peters out early and falls into repetitive patterns that don’t keep the flow going.
As news spread of the opening-weekend grosses for Scott Pilgrim vs. the World — $10.5 million (U.S.), good for fifth place in ticket sales — the … Continue reading Scott Pilgrim vs. the movie bean counters
Review in a Hurry: A fun, frenetic, video-game-flavored comedy that racks up the bonus points through a snappy script, savvy casting and smart use of pop references that only occasionally go too…
Universal Pictures has only three weeks left to establish “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” in the public’s preoccupied consciousness. The studio made… Continue reading COMIC-CON 2010: 'Scott Pilgrim' versus San Diego