Pitch Perfect 2 IMDB: Review Pitch Perfect 2 movie

Pitch Perfect 2 IMDB: Review Pitch Perfect 2 movie

Pitch Perfect 2 IMDB 10/10

After a humiliating command performance at Lincoln Center, the Barden Bellas enter an international competition that no American group has ever won in order to regain their status and right to perform.

Pitch Perfect comes back with a sequel, directed by Elizabeth Banks. Everyone is familiar with these characters by now and we all wanted to see what could happen to them after the first movie. So the good things in this acapella world aside, now we are witnessing those characters growing older and becoming real people. This film allows us to spend more time on characters that people love, to tell more of their stories and to see where these women be at three years later. While in the first one it was more about coming together, bonding and being freshmen; this film mainly deals with the notion of graduation as their in majority in their last year of college, companionship they have in college that will last forever as Bellas will always be Bellas, moving on, breaking apart, leaving the nest, staring life right in the face and going their separate ways. However they find themselves right back where they started: as underdogs of acapella. There are a lot going on this time, plot- and character -wise. Some endearing elements were taken back from the first film such as the romance between Beca and Jesse, that keep all the component in harmony as they are settled characters. Indeed they are a nice balance to the melodramatic aspect of the movie, grounded to the real stakes of this world. Yet once again Fat Amy, starring Rebel Wilson, is very charismatic. She embodies a confident woman that never thinks about her size at all. Proving that your body type doesn’t determine your fate in life. Giving her a real love story with Bumper is such a good idea as she really deserves it and both actors have a great chemistry together. John Michael Higgins’ character smoothly delivers his misogynic lines such as “Let’s hear it from the girls too ugly to be cheerleaders!”, and casual racism throughout the movie is even funnier this time around!

Moreover, new girls fit right into the dynamic of the group. They’re all the same characters but pushed a little bit further, they’re a little bit bigger, crazier and global. Hailee Steinfeld’s character represents what Pitch Perfect has become which is that kind of bonding enthusiasm and likability. People will identify with the movie for different reasons but ultimately for the joy and happiness it spreads. Obviously men are not the targeted demographic of this movie – or basically people who don’t watch Glee. Nonetheless, if you just enjoy music this film will get points with you. Musically, the songbook is far hipper with a younger song selection. Executive music producers J.Jordan and J.Michels have ensured that every performances are note-perfect and soundtrack album ready; which I have to admit rather detracts any sense of realism: it’s not humanly possible to sing so in-sync spontaneously. Plus, jokes are all amazing, not one falls flat. You clearly know where the movie goes from the beginning but this film is not here for an Oscar, it’s just here to be fun and show some good acapella. Finally, Banks has crafted a sequel that’s edgier, sexier and best of all more female centered than the first one. Showing that women can be as funny as men, even funnier. So get over it, picthes!

Overall Pitch Perfect 2 proved once again that acapella is not lame at all, with a nerdy and inspirational movie and with much more sophisticated layered music.

Pitch Perfect 2 IMDB: Misunderstood and actually brilliant!

Let me lay my cards out there straightaway. I’m a 31 year old bloke, married with two kids, who loves films and music. I’m also an officer in the military.

And I love this film. – Watch Pitch Perfect 2 online free

I Ioved the first film, and this one builds on it. But you have to appreciate that the film is based around college. For anyone that’s actually been to college they should have experienced parties/people/incidents replicated in this film. I don’t really understand why people show so much disdain for the ‘childish’ humour!

That aside…

Hats off to Elizabeth Banks for her directorial debut, you’d never know there was any change from the first film. And her inserts with John Michael Higgins are excellent, if you take them at face value for exactly what they are intended to be; humour! And pretty sexist, misogynistic humour!

Anna Kendrick is, as always, stunning (yes, the wife knows!) and simply brilliant. Shows just how much of an actress she is having improvised almost half her lines and proves once again that she can actually sing (albeit that the singing is not on set and pre-recorded).

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The rest of the cast is brilliant and it’s nice to see a little more of Esther Dean actually singing/rapping rather than her usual producing.

Hailee Steinfeld has stepped in seamlessly. I don’t think we saw enough of Rebel Wilson though, reckon there’ll be a few deleted scenes that didn’t make it.

Good to see a lot of humour applied to the Ashley/Jessica situation (unless you know the film you won’t get this).

The final song was actually very good. Maybe not as unexpected as the first film but brilliant with an original start and an excellent surprise at the end that I think added a very personal and moving touch.

It will be a shame if the franchise is over

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