We always knew Edgar Wright was working at an advanced level. With the first two films in his "Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy" (Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz), he proved that while we were all living in an 8-bit world, he was delivering entertainment at a 64-bit execution. Even "Spaced", a show that sadly not everyone has partaken in, showed how progressive his directing skills were. So it comes as no surprise that his latest film, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, takes the game of film making and reinvents it once again. After having the term "game changer" thrust about like it's growing on trees, it is refreshing to finally see something this cool, this different, this awesome in the actual sense of the word.