When Scott Pilgrim (Michael Cera) asks out Ramona V. Flowers (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) he doesn't realize he has also picked a fight with her seven exes. Now the wimpy, wannabe rocker will have to use his might to show the strength of his love for the pink-haired girl.
Why Is Scott Pilgrim vs. The World Rated PG-13?
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World is rated PG-13 for stylized violence, sexual content, language and drug references.
Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Scott Pilgrim vs. The World... Violence: The script includes numerous depictions of stylized violence in which characters are kicked, hit, slapped and thrown down stairs or through walls. A man is hit in the head with a cymbal. One character disintegrates and another explodes after they are defeated. A female is punched in her breast. Girls engage in fights with each other. Weapons are used on occasion. A character is run through with a sword.
Sexual Content: A girl is seen in her underwear. Young adults begin to undress and kiss passionately. Other characters engage in implied homosexual sex. Men kiss. Multiple men are shown in bed together. Sexual activity, both heterosexual and homosexual, is frequently discussed. Crude terms for male anatomy, scatological jokes and sexual innuendo are repeatedly used.
Language: The script includes a handful of racial slurs and mild profanities, nearly two-dozen crude expletives, a slang term to describe sex, brief scatological slang and two crude hand gestures. Brief religious jokes are made.
Alcohol/Drug Use: Characters drink at social gatherings and are drunk on occasion. Two background characters smoke in one scene.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Details on home video releases of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World...
On November 9. 2010, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World releases to DVD and Blu-ray. Both formats offer the following bonus materials:
- Deleted and alternate scenes with commentary from director/producer/ co-writer Edgar Wright
-Scott Pilgrim vs. The Bloopers
-Feature Commentary with director/producer/co-writer Edgar Wright, co-writer Michael Bacall and Author Bryan Lee O’Malley
-Technical Commentary with director/producer/co-writer Edgar Wright and director of photography Bill Pope
-Cast commentary with Michael Cera, Jason Schwartzman, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Ellen Wong and Brandon Routh
-Cast commentary with Anna Kendrick, Aubrey Plaza, Kieran Culkin and Mark Webber
-Behind the scenes photo galleries including Edgar Wright’s photo blog
-Production photos, art galleries and marketing concepts
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World on Blu-ray (Blu-ray DVD Combo Pack) also includes:
- Insider Documentaries: Making of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
-Music Featurette: You Too Can Be Sex Bob-Omb
- Alternate Footage
-The Music of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: Four music videos from DJ Osymyso.
- Sound Work
- Trailers & TV Spots from the theatrical release of the film
- Adult Swim: Scott Pilgrim vs. The Animation
- Scott Pilgrim vs. The Censors: TV safe version
- Behind-the-Scenes Production Blogs
- Free Bonus Movie for a Limited Time Only: Blu-ray Combo Pack consumers will have access to stream action hits Tremors or Pitch Black via BD-Live, Smartphone or computer
- Blu-ray Features: U-Control, Storyboard Picture-in-Picture, Pocket BLU App, Advanced Remote Control, Virtual Keyboard, BD-Live and My Scenes
- Digital Copy of the film