getting progressively younger since 2003
Demotivational poster / demotivator description: Photography of an young actor MIchael Cera. He was playing Scott Pilgrim in Scott Pilgrim vs. The World movie. He is getting younger as Benjamin Button (Brad Pitt) from The Curious Case of Benjamin Button movie. In Poland there is also an Benjamin Button variation - he is called Krzysztof Ibisz (Christopher Ibisz) - he is an TV presenter. But he is not as interesting as Scott Pilgrim - so see Scott Pilgrim demotivational poster ;)
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Some Scott Pilgrim vs. The World fun facts and inside jokes gathered from the Internet (continuation):
5. Scott's sister Stacey is rated in another way: "T for Teen." It's reference to ESRB games rating system. The ESRB was established in 1994 to rate games in an effort to better inform parents about a video game's content and basically keep stuff like Mortal Kombat out of kids' hands. According to the ESRBs official website, "T for Teen" reflects a game that contains "violence, suggestive themes, crude humor, minimal blood, simulated gambling, and/or infrequent use of strong language." Stacey falls under a couple of those categories. Btw - notice how violence is for kids an naked breast is not ;)
6. Wallace refers to Scott's evil ex, Envy Adams, as "she who will not be named," a reference to Voldemort in the Harry Potter series. Well I would say it can be also reference to The Lord of the Rings J. R. R. Tolkiens book (main evil character - Sauron - but I can be wrong) or H. P. Lovercaft works (Cthulhu and company).
7. Natalie Adams (aka Envy) is lead singer of the popular (by Canadian standards, anyway - no offense, Canadians ;) ) band Clash at Demonhead. Gamers who grew up in gaming's heyday (the '80s) may recall the name. Clash at Demonhead was an action-platforming game whose most memorable feature was its awful box art.
8. When Scott relieves himself in one scene to escape social discomfort, a "pee bar" pops up in the corner of the bathroom and drains as Scott drains. The Sims games include various meters to measure your character's wants and needs, with bladder emptying chief among them. However, the general concept of a bar representing any number of things (from health to magic power) in a video game is timeless. Similar concept was used in for example "Theme Hospital" by Bullfrog.