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Plot: The Bellas are back, and they are better than ever. After being humiliated in front of none other than the President of the United States of America, the Bellas are taken out of the Aca-Circuit. In order to clear their name, and regain their status, the Bellas take on a seemingly impossible task: winning an international competition no American team has ever won. In order to accomplish this monumental task, they need to strengthen the bonds of friendship and sisterhood and blow away the competition with their amazing aca-magic! With all new friends and old rivals tagging along for the trip, the Bellas can hopefully accomplish their dreams.
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‘Pitch Perfect 2’ was not as good as first. The musical numbers were not as memorable as the first. It simply wasn’t as funny as the first. Anna Kendrick showed that she was a good singer though but the film lacked any real story.
Clunky sequel coasts on the cast’s chemistry and some fun musical numbers. But definitely a step down from the effortless original.
A-ca-believe they did it again.
The original Pitch Perfect was like a unicorn. A fall release with a target audience of Gleeks. It didn’t seem to have the legs to get anywhere, but those who saw it understood and spread the word. No one believed in it, yet it became an instant classic. I saw Pitch Perfect no less than 5 times in theaters (but I did work in a movie theater, so I did not pay 5 times to see it). I fell in love with the movie, and so did everyone I dragged along with me to see it.
And now we are in the day and age where any slightly successful movie gets more money thrown at it to make a slightly less entertaining sequel (that was never in the cards to begin with). When the sequel to Pitch Perfect 2 was announced, I was on the fence. PP was wrapped up in a neat tiny little box, and it didn’t need anything else to come along and ruin it.
Then it got worse. They announced at some point that the Green Bay Packers were going to be in it. I went on a tirade. OK, maybe I wasn’t throwing things and kicking puppies, but I was very vocal online and to my family about how they ruined any potential this movie had by putting the worst football team in the history of the world in this movie, with Clay Matthews being at the forefront of the group. (I tell everyone who will listen that if I had $10,000, I would pay someone much stronger than me to punch him in the face, while I sneak behind him and cut off his hair).
So all of my excitement for this sequel went from a somewhat decent flame to a dying ember. The movie was coming out during a summer of blockbusters that had me so excited I felt like I could vomit (seriously, before Avengers: Age of Ultron started I thought I could vomit while sitting there waiting for trailers to start because I was so excited).
But PP2 stayed on my mind, and last week I got the opportunity to sign up for a advance screening, and last night I got into that advance screening. Outside the theater they were giving away PP2 branded cups (ha) if you took a selfie with the poster and shared it. So obviously I did that. (cut to the next time someone is in my apartment, sees that cup, and i immediately start my horrible rendition of cups). PP2 has the same formula as the first one. This time the Bellas are a bit more successful, but they hit a snag at the beginning and have to rebuild their team. Beca is the leader of the group, but she is also worried about her future (cue future distance and drama in the group). The Bellas can’t audition new members (and with their current ban from Collegiate Acapella), the group filled with graduating seniors (and super, super, super seniors) looks doomed.
The movie gets off to a slow start plot-wise. But that doesn’t stop the jokes from coming hard and fast. I found myself laughing at almost every line in the movie. There isn’t a single one that doesn’t have a little hint of a zinger.
Elizabeth Bank’s full-length film directorial debut proves that she knows comedy (as if we didn’t already know that) and that the cast knows how to deliver that comedy. We have all of our favorites back and each story line does not disappoint. The few new additions are pretty great too.
Hailee Steinfeld as Bella legacy Emily proves that if they want to continue the franchise, they have some pretty good fresh meat in her.
And much like the first movie, the best lines and overall awesomeness comes from Rebel Wilson as the aca-amazing Fat Amy. She does not disappoint, and though some people may feel that Rebel plays the same character in everything she does, I really don’t care because she makes me laugh. Every. Damn. Time.
This movie is full of surprises. And the damn Green Bay Packers made me laugh harder than I thought possible (but for good measure, in-between each laugh I did say ‘F*** you, Clay Matthews). Also to note, I live in Chicago, saw the screening in Chicago, and I was not the only person who booed when the Packers were introduced.
I feel like if I were to go into anymore detail, I would spoil some of the best bits of the movie for you, so let me sum it up in this final little bit: PP2 is a good time. You need to be a fan of the first one, don’t go in thinking that maybe you will like this even if you didn’t like PP. You are wrong, you will hate it. But those of you that love or even mildly liked the first one will get a kick out of this. I laughed so hard at one point (that involved Fat Amy and Bumper (Adam Devine)) that I was unable to breath. It was brilliant.
Better than the original? Debatable. Worth seeing in theaters? 100% yes.
More painful than funny and the music is just mediocre
This follow up isn’t as good as the original as they compete with a rather unfunny German group all the way to Copenhagen. It’s nice to see the cast again especially Brittany Snow and Anna Kendrick and they look quite good. There are some funny one liners here and there like about Hayden Christensen and Germany & America. But generally the humor isn’t funny mostly painful especially new addition Hailee’s lines. Rebel Wilson isn’t even as funny as usual.
The music isn’t great, every time a nice song comes along it’s just a couple of seconds. There just isn’t enough good music for a musical. The original songs are just forgettable and derivative. Not even as good as a mediocre Glee episode.
Can’t understand how this could be the highest grossing comedy musical of all time. It’s far from one of the best musicals of all time.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 55 min (115 min)
Genre Comedy, Music
Director Elizabeth Banks
Writer Kay Cannon, Mickey Rapkin
Actors Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Hailee Steinfeld
Country United States
Awards 9 wins & 17 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital, Datasat, SDDS, DTS (DTS: X)
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arri Alexa Plus, Panavision Primo and PCZ Lenses
Film Length N/A
Negative Format SxS Pro
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), ProRes 4:4:4 (2K) (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (spherical) (Kodak Vision 2383), D-Cinema