Scott Pilgrim vs. the World User Reviews

Current Rating: 3.70

Current Rating: 3.70

based on 479 votes and 141 reviews

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  • 3 stars interesting concept..which worked well...a bit too long, but overall a fun movie.
  • 3 stars cool movie!!!!!
  • 3 stars I gave it three stars mostly for was definitely interesting but not the type of film for us over 50 folks. It was choppy...needed some finesse.
  • 1 stars This movie suits the teenagers. As an adult, it's an extremely bad movie.
  • 4 stars i enjoyed this movie alot...loved the graphics & the whole video game aspects they put in the movie. very funny & entertaining
  • 3 stars Good movie with creative direction and storyline. The characters were great, but the performance by Cera lacked any value. Enjoyable and fun.
  • 3 stars While a bit dull at times, the movie was very original in its execution and direction. Very good work by the director. The acting was also very good - not so much by Cera, but the supporting roles were great. A good film.
  • 3 stars Pretty good movie. Michael Cera gives his typical performance. I enjoyed the performances from teh supporting cast, such as Calkin, Pill, Schwartzman. Creative take on a comic-novel. A decent flick.
  • 5 stars A very entertaining movie. Its quirky, fun and very humorous. A movie video game. Underneath was a subtle intention made to the niche market that breaking hearts is not so cut and dry. I highly recommend this movie to escape and enjoy the movie for its ultimate purpose. To ENTERTAIN.
  • 5 stars Definitely does the graphic novels justice.

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

Genre:  Comedy | Running Time:  112 min.
Release date:  August 13, 2010 | On DVD/VOD:  November 9, 2010

Current rating: Rating: 3.70
based on 479 votes and 141 reviews
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Cast: Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kieran Culkin, Chris Evans, Anna Kendrick, Brie Larson, Alison Pill, Brandon Routh, Jason Schwartzman, Johnny Simmons, Mark Webber, Mae Whitman, Ellen Wong