Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Reviews
This film simply oozes charm and makes for a thoroughly entertaining watch. It's action is well choreographed and exciting, it's comedy is memorable and quoteable, it's central characters (namely Scott and Ramona) are endearing and oddly nuanced. Brilliant performances all around. The film has an incredibly unique style which stands out and only adds to its charm and aesthetics as a reference to its comic book roots, managing to be one of Edgar Wright's most visually exciting films of all (which is saying something).
...and the soundtrack? fuhgedaboudit!
It's really strange that this amazing movie is Edgar Wright's worst one!
Scott Pilgrim VS. The World
It not only takes guts to pull off such a petty and amusing concept to this extent but also skills on executing the tale, eerie world and portraying the amusing characters whilst connecting with the audience. Edgar Wright is in his A game and there won't be an inch of doubt after one leaves the room for he has got you right where he wants and that is on the edge of the seat. Although Michael Cera is hilarious the supporting cast like Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Anna Kendrick, Aubrey Plaza and some other cameos overpowers him on screen. Scott Pilgrim VS. The World is hilarious in its tone with witty writing that has smart comic sketches, rich funny details and amusing character that blends into a whole pack of entertainment.