It's definitely turning out to be the year of exhilirating cinema, with 'Kick Ass' and 'Inception' and now 'Scott Pilgrim' proving to be the saviours of originality and imagination when all seems lost in quagmire of remakes, rehashes and sequels. Damn this film is exciting, bubbling over with homage and reverance to all the things that I grew up on and lived for. Mario, Sonic, Mortal Kombat, Seinfeld and Flash Gordon are just some of the clever references that enhances the joy of this film, hell Scott Pilgrim even wears my favourite shoes (Adidas Superstars) of all time. Michael Cera is perfect in this role as the love-struck hero who has to fight for his dream-girl and defeat her seven evil ex's as if they were video game bosses. Foes are turned into coins upon defeat, there is even an awesome Bass guitar battle against a psychic vegan. I could babble all day, but I will sum up by saying that Edgar Wright is a voice of a generation, and his films are works of pure genius. Whilst not everyone will revel in it's nostalgia, and some will simply not get the point, I will adore this film over and over again.