History Film / ScottPilgrimvsTheWorld

5th Jan '18 10:34:02 PM Creaturemaster
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** PuzzleBoss / HopelessBossFight: Todd Ingram

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** PuzzleBoss / HopelessBossFight: SequentialBoss: Todd Ingram



** FinalBoss: Gideon Gordon Graves

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** FinalBoss: FinalBoss / HopelessBossFight: Gideon Gordon Graves
5th Jan '18 10:24:19 PM Creaturemaster
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** WarmUpBoss / SquishyWizard: Matthew Patel

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** WarmUpBoss / SquishyWizard: FlunkyBoss: Matthew Patel
5th Jan '18 10:22:14 PM Creaturemaster
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** WarmUpBoss: Matthew Patel
** WakeUpCallBoss: Lucas Lee
** PuzzleBoss: Todd Ingram

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** WarmUpBoss: WarmUpBoss / SquishyWizard: Matthew Patel
** WakeUpCallBoss: WakeUpCallBoss / WolfpackBoss: Lucas Lee
** PuzzleBoss: PuzzleBoss / HopelessBossFight: Todd Ingram
11th Dec '17 9:30:36 PM wingedcatgirl
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'''Scott''': ''[beat]'' Lesbians?

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'''Scott''': ''[beat]'' Lesbians?Lesbian'''''s'''''?
11th Nov '17 6:58:54 PM Gouken20xx
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** Ramona's bag vanishes without much fanfare in the movie, Ramona just not having it in the final confrontation with Gideon Graves, and his control over her is through an implant. [[spoiler: In the original story, Scott finds a Subspace portal into Ramona's mind inside the bag, and discovers a mental Ramona who is in bondage and enslaved by a super-Gideon.]] As a result, Ramona does almost nothing during the final confrontation with Gideon except fight Knives in the first attempt, and get kicked round like a rag-doll in the second.


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*** A major example of this is that, in the original book, '2-Player Mode' was Scott and Ramona, In the movie, It's Scott and ''Knives'', [[spoiler: because, in the movie, Scott never released Ramona from Gideon's control.]]
1st Nov '17 11:27:20 PM SethLaFrance
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* BondOneLiner:
--->'''Kim''': There goes our deal.\\
'''Stephen''': We're still getting paid, right?\\
'''Kim''': There goes our deal.\\
8th Oct '17 9:39:37 AM nombretomado
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* CanadaEh: The most Canadianest movie in ''years''. (Well, [[BonCopBadCop a few years.]]) The film, with American audiences in mind, lampshades the fact that the story takes place "In the faraway land of Toronto, Canada." Something the book does not.

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* CanadaEh: The most Canadianest movie in ''years''. (Well, [[BonCopBadCop [[Film/BonCopBadCop a few years.]]) The film, with American audiences in mind, lampshades the fact that the story takes place "In the faraway land of Toronto, Canada." Something the book does not.
17th Sep '17 12:33:18 AM ThatGuyYouKnowThatGuy
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* SheatheYourSword: [[spoiler: Nega-Scott]], though it happens off-screen. It's foreshadowed that Scott should have no chance against him, but according to Scott, this trope happened, they talked, and made plans to go out for breakfast in a few days.

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* SheatheYourSword: [[spoiler: Nega-Scott]], though it happens off-screen. It's foreshadowed that Scott should have no chance against him, but according to Scott, this trope happened, they talked, and made plans to go out for breakfast brunch in a few days.
7th Sep '17 10:53:15 PM Assassin-sensei
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* ProfaneLastWords: [[spoiler:Gideon's]] last words after being defeated by Scott:
-->'''[[spoiler:Gideon]]''': You...''dick''.
18th Aug '17 10:01:54 AM FordPrefect
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The film, like its source material, is about a twenty-something UsefulNotes/{{Toronto}} slacker named Scott Pilgrim who meets an American named Ramona Flowers, and must defeat her seven evil exes in order to date her. In a universe that acts like a real-life version of ''VideoGame/RiverCityRansom'' where there are [[{{Combos}} combo meters]], {{written sound effect}}s spelled out in midair, [[ScoringPoints points]], and [[VideoGameLives extra lives]].

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The film, like its source material, is about a twenty-something UsefulNotes/{{Toronto}} slacker named Scott Pilgrim who meets an American named Ramona Flowers, and must defeat her seven evil exes in order to date her. In her... in a universe that acts like a real-life version of ''VideoGame/RiverCityRansom'' ''VideoGame/RiverCityRansom'', where there are [[{{Combos}} combo meters]], {{written sound effect}}s spelled out in midair, [[ScoringPoints points]], and [[VideoGameLives extra lives]].



While the critics and audiences loved the film, it's extremely niche humor and style made it a difficult sell and it didn't recoup it's budget. However, it fared far better in the home market.

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While the critics and audiences loved the film, it's its extremely niche humor and style made it a difficult sell and it didn't recoup it's its budget. However, it fared far better in the home market.
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