In 2010, director Edgar Wright released his first American film, Scott Pilgrim vs the World, about a Canadian millennial who finds himself in mortal danger when he has to defeat the seven evil exes of his new girlfriend. Praised for it's fever-pitch presentation, off-kilter characters and 90s nostalgia, the film is both a cult classic and considered a highlight of Wright's career. But does the film deserve the limelight or does it run out of lives (and continues)? MovieDude Eric, Kent, and Chris find out.

 

"District Four" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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