Sometimes, I make an essay that's just for me. This Scott Pilgrim vs. The World appreciation was one of those times.
No one was begging me for my updated take on the film, but while I was doing some research for an upcoming video I'm working on (with the help of Edgar Wright), I felt compelled to revisit Scott Pilgrim and some of its themes. In truth, I also used the essay as a way for me to get a handle on some things going on in my own life. I'm glad it's resonated with so many other people.
In the past couple of months, I've made a bunch of different videos that have received varying amounts of attention through different means. I'm hoping to publish a future blog post that sums up some of these findings, so look forward to that.
David ChenMonday, December 16, 20139:34 PM
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