Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

Indie Sleaze Nights
  • Man with a guitarMan with a guitar
  • Four people talking over drinksFour people talking over drinks

Showings

Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema Fri, May 20 9:00 PM
Film Info
Runtime:112
Copyright:2010
Country Listing:USA
United Kingdom
Canada
Japan
Rating:PG
Cast/Crew Info
Director(s):Edgar Wright

Description

With its colourful local settings, a soundtrack from Toronto indie legends like Metric and Broken Social Scene, and Brampton-born Michael Cera in the title role, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World may be the most Toronto movie ever made—and the ultimate record of the indie sleaze scene of the early 2000s. As local garage band slacker Scott (Cera) fights the seven exes of the girl of his dreams, Ramona Flowers, he encounters a rogues’ gallery of early aught’s beta men—vegan rockers, infamous skateboarders and a sneering record executive played by Jason Schwartzman—and visits beloved local haunts like Lee's Palace, Casa Loma and the Pizza Pizza right across the street from our theatre. Director Edgar Wright (Hot Fuzz, Shaun of the Dead) serves up a “true original” (Entertainment Weekly), powered up by wit, action, groundbreaking visuals—and the perfect opener to our new Indie Sleaze series. Game on!

Promotional Partners: The Beguiling Books & Art, Sonic Boom, Tonality Records and Toronto Comic Arts Festival

Tickets: $15 (Members from $10)


Indie Sleaze Nights: Nostalgic for the days of trucker hats and skinny jeans? Still got your Strokes CDs and a janky polaroid camera? Hot Docs Cinema has you covered at its new Indie Sleaze night – a monthly evening of movies, music and capital v "VIBEZ", tuned to all things aughts.

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