Scott Pilgrim Vs the World

Movie • 2010 • Action  Report
Does a cat die?
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Are there bugs?
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Does an animal die?
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tial
Kind of? In the movie version of the twin fight, their instruments summons a dragon made of particles that’s killed, although it’s moreso something akin to a light effect rather than a real dragon. Overall YMMV. This doesn’t happen in the novel version.
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tial
Knives stalks Scott several times after he breaks up with her in both film and novel.
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tial
“The Glow” from the novels is basically gaslighting being very literally weaponised. This is replaced in the film with a mind control chip.
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tial
In the film, Gideon punches Ramona in the face and kicks her down a staircase during the final fight. In the Novel, he stabs her through the chest with a sword and leaves her bleeding on the floor, although it should be noted that in the Novel version, Ramona was not dating him at this point (not since before the series started), whereas in the film version she is.
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hajimehaywire
no but since there’s no category for this, knives is 16 while scott is 22
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fs
There is one conversational reference to drugs, very vaguely.
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fs
The film suggests that Scott has a bad relationship with alcohol (as a coping strategy), and we see him get drunk once.
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WillPilgrim
Mentally, Scott is tortured by the seven exes
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Jjjjjj
The fight scenes are like a video game so there’s very little (if any) gore. The reactions are very comedic and characters die by exploding into coins
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csbyron1
Swords
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fs
Though during a fight scene someone says that someone's teeth will get kicked in.
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ProfessorProcyon
Wanna say there's at least one part where someone is kicked in the crotch. While not quite the same thing, there is also a prominent scene where someone is punched in the boob.
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FishMan
Technically. No gore only coins.
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tial
In the Novels, Scott has an arm cut off by Roxy in a dream sequence. In another dream sequence, his arms and legs are eaten by nightmarish versions of his exes. Despite how it sounds, Neither scenes are that graphic and have zero blood, and Scott wakes up from both dreams perfectly fine. No instances happen in the movie.
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csbyron1
Scott is briefly choked by the vegan
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fs
[Spoiler] The second evil ex is defeated when he is goaded into skateboarding down a long icy flight of stairs. The sequence shows that he is going very fast and from a great distance we see him explode into coins (like in an arcade game) when he reaches the bottom.
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TacosChezi
He’s played by Brandon Routh actually, and that’s not mutilation of eyes
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Does a kid die?
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ProfessorProcyon
Very briefly in one scene.
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tial
Kim in the novels
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tial
One of the major plot elements. Scott, Ramona, Envy and Todd are all guilty of this.
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fs
[Spoiler] Toward the end of the film, Ramona reveals to Scott that she is being controlled by her most recent ex via a chip in the back of her head.
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tial
Not the movie, a couple in the books.
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JenniferMathews
At one point Scott says that he feels like he’s going to throw up, but he never does.
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ProfessorProcyon
In the movie, there's a scene where someone has a wet stain on his pants with a caption saying "Pee?" pointing to it. It's not very plot-relevant.
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moriartyparty
But there is a joke about bread making you fat. That may be triggering.
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fs
Though a couple of times (once in the first scene, and once toward the very end) a character mimes putting a gun to their head and pulling the trigger.
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tial
It’s implied twice in the novels that Kim is insecure about her looks and has an inferiority complex, but this isn’t gone into detail and it’s not brought up at all in the movie.
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RainWolfheart
Scott hits his head against a post in one scene. There's not much force and the intent isn't to self-harm but it might be triggering.
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csbyron1
Very fast cuts during fight scenes
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Does a baby cry?
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ProfessorProcyon
There are also a few flashy moments in some action sequences.
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overturezzzmedia
Very meta film
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ProfessorProcyon
"Nega" stands for "negative" in this context, not the n-word.
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tial
R*****d is used once. Used significantly more times in the novels, mainly by Kim
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fs
One instance of the r-word, and a few (mostly written) instances of "lame"
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a bisexual girl “dies” but in this movie when people die they respawn having learned their lesson
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Maktopus
There are no slurs. There are gay jokes, but they aren't homophobic.
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fs
Debatable, but certainly none directly. [Spoilers] The final antagonist is played by a part-Jewish actor, and is in the film a major figure in the music industry and in orchestrating the plot against Scott. So while there are no directly antisemitic tropes I can see how this implication could be upsetting.
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fs
[Spoilers] No one is (intentionally) misgendered. There are a few moments early on where Scott references Ramona's "ex-boyfriends" and she quickly corrects him to the gender-neutral "exes", because one of her exes is a lesbian woman but Scott does not know that context. Also, there's a transphobic one-liner in the final fight scene where someone says "let's both be girls" before kneeing a man in the crotch.
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tial
Both Novel and Film: Knives makes several fat jokes and repeatedly calls Ramona a “Fatass” after finding out she was dating Scott, despite her not being even remotely overweight at all. There’s also a Throwaway joke about bread making you fat.
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fs
No, but [spoiler] the first evil ex is a non-Black person of color, who explodes into coins when defeated (as in an arcade game).
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violetbooklover
Yes an adult man has a relationship with a teenager— although they do not have sex this is still pedophilia
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ProfessorProcyon
No explicit sexual content in the movie, but there is a scene where a couple is seen in bed and a few innuendos throughout.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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csbyron1
Ramona dated two twins, they wonder if it was at the same time
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capnbrowncoat
There is plenty of physical and comedic violence, but no guns are used.
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csbyron1
regular explosions in a video-game way
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tial
In the movie there’s only a few mild cuts. In the novels, The final fight with Gideon is far more bloody than the movie version and all prior fights in the novels. Scott is slashed with a sword several times, causing large blood sprays. Scott and Ramona are both stabbed through the chest with a sword with a big blood spray shooting from their chest, though both survive. Additionally in a bonus story, Kim daydreams herself stabbing her roommate death and leaving her in a pool of blood. No gore in either the film or book.
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