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Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (movie)

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  • 'Smashed': Drama's watered down in this lesson about the drinking life ★★ 1/2

    'Smashed': Drama's watered down in this lesson about the drinking life ★★ 1/2
    The director's statement issued with “Smashed” reads, in part: "Being drunk can be really fun. It's just all the other things that come with being drunk that can be a downer (wrecking cars, lives, etc.) ... so many films that deal with substance abuse follow a familiar 'scared straight' path, depicting characters so damaged that they're not relatable, leaving the audience with nothing to do but gawk at their otherness.
  • 'The Thing': Mary Elizabeth Winstead on 'stalking' Kurt Russell

    Mary Elizabeth Winstead talks to the Los Angeles Times on the red carpet at the premiere of "The Thing." Eric Christian Olsen also attended the premiere of "The Thing."

    Edgar Wright gets retro with 'Scott Pilgrim,' a hero for the AOL crowd

    Todd Martens of the Pop & Hiss blog continues his guest-writer pilgrimage on Hero Complex... "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" is advertised as "an epic of epic epicness." But it also could be considered a date movie with dated datedness....

    Jason Schwartzman on Lollapalooza community: 'It's like the Care Bears movie'

    Anna Kendrick (left) and Jason Schwartzman (right) promote "Scott Pilgrim vs the World" at a downtown hotel in Chicago. (Nancy Stone, Chicago Tribune / August 9, 2010) Jason Schwartzman came to Chicago on Sunday to promote his new film, "Scott Pilgrim vs....

    Mary Elizabeth Winstead– the face that inspired Scott Pilgrim, and seven evil exes

    She has the face (beautiful, unsmiling) and the hairdo (magenta to blue) that launched a thousand fights. OK, brawls — cartoonish, video-gamey, comic- book brawls. And truthfully, there are only seven brawls, the “seven evil exes” whom Sco