Movie Review #346: Pitch Perfect

It’s simply fun flowing through the music

It’s isolated in its own world, but thanks to that there’s no unnecessary drama to worry about. Pitch Perfect only consists of great music, great performances, and fun all around. And that pretty much wraps up the whole thing. In terms of musicals, it stands on its own. It wasn’t corny and the gags were very funny without overdoing it. The characters themselves shine, particularly Anna Kendrick and the outrageous Rebel Wilson. It will be remembered mostly for its songs and jokes rather than its story, but with those great acapella tunes, it’s no wonder why people continue to praise the film months after its initial release.


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