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scott pBy Warren Peece

MTN Movie Reviews - The MTN guys asked me to write a movie review.

"Hey, Warren, why don't you write a movie review?"

"Why?" I replied.

"'Cuz triathletes watch movies, especially in the wintertime when they spend so much time on their trainers," the MTN guy explained.

"Okay," I said.

After a pregnant moment, I asked MTN guy if my review had to be intelligent and well thought-out.

"Does my review have to be intelligent and well thought-out?"

"We'd prefer that it wasn't."

"Cool!"

Last weekend I rented "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World." I watched it. I thought it was really, really good. It's a comic booky / action-fantasy / video game gone awry type of deal. It stars Michael Cera, who was great as the dweeby impregnator "Pauly Bleeker" in the SUPER COOL movie "Juno."

I like Michael Cera. He has a real interesting nerdy appeal and can play the guitar good. He was very good in his role as Scott Pilgrim, a 22-year-old Canadian musician with a really bad haircut. During the movie he acquires two girlfriends, one of which is a 17-year-old Asian High School student named "Knives." Cool name, huh. The other is older, maybe 25. Her name is Ramona. She is darkly enigmatic, a good roller-blader and changes her hair color a lot.

She's also very hot!

To win the heart of Ramona, Scott must defeat her "7 Evil Exes." The fight scenes are awesome.

I like Banana Nut Bread Clif Bars a lot. And on a scale of one-to-five Banana Nut Bread Clif Bars, I give "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World" four Banana Nut Bread Clif Bars.

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ED. Did you enjoy "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World"? Or not so much? Let us know what you think? Or send us a review of a movie you've seen recently, as long as it's not too intelligent or well thought-out, that is.

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