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7 Things You Might Not Have Noticed In Scott Pilgrim

Thursday, September 16, 2010 was a bit of a sad day for me. After thirty-five days of release and a continually underwhelming box office draw, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World had its final showing at my local multiplex. Its release-date siblings, The Expendables and Eat, Pray, Love will continue to play there four times a […]

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Review: Scott Pilgrim the Video Game Soundtrack

Game soundtracks typically thrive on the nostalgia of having grown up playing a game where all of the atmosphere and musical cues where communicated through the beeps and boops.  The best video of these game soundtracks are seminal works, demonstrating the ability for musicians to accomplish more and more within such a confined medium.  When […]

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Ensemble, Pilgrim, Love: A Box Office Showdown

Since the release of Inception one month ago, Hollywood has debuted a steady stream of mediocre films and outright flops.  That all changes this weekend, when three of this summer’s most highly anticipated movies premiere on one day:  Scott Pilgrim vs. The World; The Expendables; and Eat, Pray, Love.  Here’s my “guys’ guide” explaining why […]

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Time to Catch Up For Scott Pilgrim Versus the World

Scott Pilgrim, the comics of which you may remember from our summer reading list, just had its second trailer released, and it looks fantastic! Over the weekend, the official Scott Pilgrim facebook page announced that upon reaching 100,000 “likes”, the second official trailer would be posted.  Early this morning, that number was reached, and the […]

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Summer Reading List: Upcoming Film & TV Adapted from Books

It may seem cliché, but there is a world of truth in the statement that nine times out of ten, the book is better than the movie, and the TV show, and even the video game (let’s pretend you didn’t happen, Dante’s Inferno). With that knowledge in hand, don’t you owe it to yourself to read […]

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