Scott Pilgrim Vs the World

Movie • 2010 • Action  Report
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Does a cat die?
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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Though during a fight scene someone says that someone's teeth will get kicked in.
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The protagonist experiences anxiety attacks which manifest visually in the magical realism of the film.
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Are there bugs?
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tial
In the book, Knives makes several towards Ramona after finding out she was dating Scott, despite her not being fat at all. There’s also one or two other ones in the movie too but less than the books.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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FishMan
Technically. No gore only coins.
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Does a kid die?
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amber.wernham
Their main characteristic is being bisexual, but her death is nothing to do with this.
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tial
A few people in the books, particularly Wallace and Kim. Knives also drinks and gets drunk once despite being underage.
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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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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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[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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There is one conversational reference to drugs, very vaguely.
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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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[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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[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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In the first third of the movie there are a few throwaway jokes about stalking.
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tial
Not the movie, a couple in the books.
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One instance of the r-word, and a few (mostly written) instances of "lame"
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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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In the final fight scene, the main antagonist gets a cut on the head that shows up red (but not oozing or dripping). Besides that, defeated villains throughout the film explode into coins (like in an arcade game), and so while there is a lot of fighting there is otherwise no blood.
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Not directly, but Scott fixates/ruminates on his shaggy hair throughout the movie (for reasons attached to his "big breakup").
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capnbrowncoat
There is plenty of physical and comedic violence, but no guns are used.
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tial
R**ard is used once. Used even more times in the novels, especially by Kim
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