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Plot: 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. Runtime: 115 mins Release Date: 15 May 2015
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Pitch Perfect 2 is a 2015 American musical comedy film directed by Elizabeth Banks and written by Kay Cannon. It is a sequel to the 2012 film Pitch Perfect, which was loosely adapted from Mickey Rapkin's non- fiction book, titled Pitch Perfect: The Quest for Collegiate A Cappella Glory. The film centers on the fictional Barden University and The Bellas, an-all female a capella singing group. The film features an ensemble cast that includes Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Brittany Snow, Ester Dean, Hana Mae Lee, and Alexis Knapp. It was released on May 15, 2015 by Universal Pictures.Plot Of <more>
The Movie: Following an incident involving Fat Amy having a wardrobe malfunction at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Barden Bellas are suspended from the circuit of a capella performing. In order to regain their status, the Bellas enter the international competition—a colossal task since no American team has ever won.I loved these sexy women and this perfect number 1 movie.
Pitch perfect 2 is a hilarious comedy and musical movie with lovely women.amazing music and fantastic acting. It's been three years since the Barden Bellas Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson became the first all-female group to win a national title. All seems well until a botched Lincoln Center performance for the president leads to a scandal that strips them of their performing duties, causing internal tension and strife. With the world championships on the horizon in Copenhagen, Denmark, the women must get their act together for their one and only shot at redemption.Lesbians and feminists <more>
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 <more>
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.
They're back, Pitches! And they're still awesome!!! (by Ramascreen)
They're back, pitches! The Barden Bellas, the Treblemakers, even that Cups song is back, if you're a huge fan of the first film, like I am, then you're going to have a blast with PITCH PERFECT 2, because it's just as fun, just as exciting, just as hilarious and those covered songs and their renditions are just as catchy, you can't help but like this movie. And I didn't know Oscar nominee Hailee Steinfeld could rock a tune, but she'll definitely leave you impressed.I had my concerns at first, I thought that if the story would only be about the Bellas entering a <more>
world tournament and nothing more to it, then we would be in for a shallow unappealing sequel, but writer Kay Cannon and first time feature director Elizabeth Banks put the Bellas back in a place where they would have to relearn, regroup and find the sound again. What makes these "Pitch Perfect" movies loved by millions is that it's about this group of misfit girls working together as an underdog team. In this case, the goliath, the drago, if you will, is a German team called Das Sound Machine, they know their stuff, they seem to be perfect in both their physique and their choreography, and they're intimidating.The sequel does its best to explore some of the key characters a bit further this time around. It explores the somewhat awkward romances between Bumper and Fat Amy, and between Benji and Hailee Steinfeld's character, Emily. And the Bellas have to also come to terms with the harsh reality that they're now seniors, it's time to not be afraid to move on and give the baton to the next generation. Which is why I can see how this franchise could go on forever, and I don't think you and I would mind at all if Universal Pictures made PITCH PERFECT 23, for example. Even the Bellas' fearless leader, Beca Anna Kendrick is distracted because she's trying to balance her commitment to her team and her new intern gig and her dream of becoming a music producer.I gotta give mad respect to Elizabeth Banks for taking this on as her first feature directorial debut. She produced and championed the first "Pitch Perfect", she's one of the folks who fought to make the first film happen. And now, with this she's proved herself to be as talented a leader as she is an actress. PITCH PERFECT 2 really makes me look forward to many more great movies made by director Elizabeth Banks. And if you've come to theaters hoping to once again be laughing your ass off at whatever Rebel Wilson's Fat Amy does, o, you are in for a treat, my friend. One of the funniest women alive will not disappoint you. The things she says, she even gets to sing solo in this one, Rebel's got tricks up her sleeves, you will crack up, I guarantee it.One of the many things that I like about this movie is its theme of mentorship. It's a scary thought to turn the page and enter the next chapter of your life. The pressure is heavy. Whether it be being a freshman at the same college that your parent went to or finding yourself having to do a job you don't like just to get to that one job you really want. Sometimes we think we can handle everything on our own but fact of the matter is, we will have to ask someone for advice and then we'll have to turn that advice into action, finding the right mentor is important and being a mentor to someone is equally important. So I'm glad that PITCH PERFECT 2 is not just about throwing the Bellas in a world competition, although it is fun to see a cappella groups from other countries, and see their different ethnic costumes and the songs they cover as well. But that world competition in Copenhagen is just a small part of this film. I think you're going to like the big chunk of it, and just like how you've watched the first "Pitch Perfect" film a thousand times over, I know I have, you're going to do the same to PITCH PERFECT 2 Read more at Ramascreen.Com
It was so good! It was hilarious, I have never been in a cinema where the audience reacted like they did last night, the roar of laughter at times was louder then the film. At parts, well, one bit, the audience even clapped you'll know what I mean when you watch it . If they're is any skeptics out there, anyone that thinks they couldn't top the first or that Pitch Perfect couldn't get any better .... It just did!The songs are modern, with the odd 80's power ballads thrown in and the classic riff off half way through that includes everything from 90's hip- hop and club <more>
anthems. I immediately downloaded the soundtrack on Spotify when I got home and currently its playing in the background as I type away - with the odd body pop and head bang ; If I had to rate it, honestly I'd give it *****'s without hesitation.
Pitch Perfect 2 is just so enjoyable. When I was watching it, it just made me smile and it gave me an energy of some sort. The cast are just having so much fun in each of their roles, but I particularly enjoyed Hailee Steinfeld as Emily and Ben Platt as Benji. The music is just so amazing, with my particular favourites being the riff off and the finale. I actually thought Elizabeth Banks did a pretty good job as a first time director. I really hope that there will be a Pitch Perfect 3, especially as this is predicted to get a $70 million opening at the time of writing this. *Spoiler* I really <more>
A-ca-believe they did it again. (by miscalainaeous)
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 <more>
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.
Same old Tune, but hey, what's not to like in a song that puts you in a LSS mode? (by prospectus_capricornium)
Pitch Perfect 2, strikes as a mere encore of a sold out performance. The effort is focused on reprising its previous success, rather than delivering something new, fresh, and original. Such retread tends to bore audience, but it works out well in favor of this film.The story picks up three years after the events in the first installment. Bellas have already won three national titles, and now they're singing with the American president in the audience. This should should propel the group toward a bigger success, only it never happens. Because in the end, when a major wardrobe malfunction <more>
involving Fat Amy suddenly cleaves into the occasion, their career meets an abrupt shut off. Gravely humiliated, their only shot at redemption, rests on winning the world championships. This pits them against the brutally talented and ruthlessly mean German Group, Das Sound Machine. This load is more than enough for them to bear, but to make it even worse, Beca Kendrick is pulled away from the group by competing priorities, most striking is when an internship for a record label comes into view.The sequel's efforts to make everything simple is evident as it fixes its spotlight on the same spots that made the first film both fun and moving. Pitch Perfect 2 is both mean and sweet as the first outing, and here, both attributes again are well-mixed and given with equal level of importance. From time to time, it throws double-meaning jokes, which may be mostly offensive, but it also places the emotional weight of the narrative on the other side of the bar, to keep the balance, and to make everything with brow-arching tendency, tolerable. The script is also smart to allow key characters to shine. Most notably, the sequel sheds more light on the franchise's probably goofiest character, Fat Amy, allowing her deliver a big part of the comic efforts of the movie. Strong supports like the mean commentators, Gail and John, can't be dismissed too, and those in German group, with their often display of ruthlessness and authority, that would rather send you to laughing, than shrugging. Where it's most emotional, Beca Kendrick , is at its center. Anna Kendrick's character keeps the group altogether, and while she is torn between rival commitments and her personal issues, she once again manages to keep Bellas' morale intact. This doesn't make the movie more emotionally complex than it should be, but it's also good to get bits of drama and inspiration, when all you feel is exploding to endless laughter and brittle chuckles.At some points, there is a sense of wanting for everything to be stronger. There are efforts to tell more with expositions that come into view here and there, but I'll be honest to tell that seldom do these subplots feel necessary, or properly presented. In the end, what makes this sequel equally a stand out, is a convincing power of women empowerment. Amidst of all its efforts to entertain and ignite bursts of laughter, there's a message here, and it imparts a thing or two about equality.There's still a lot to negatively comment about PITCH PERFECT 2, I mean I get it, we all get it. Nothing is perfect, and certainly, this sequel is without flaw. PITCH PERFECT 2 may be singing the same tunes, but what is not to like in a song that puts you in an LSS mode? What sense does babbling about its shortcoming make, when we'll all end up humming the same songs they've sung in the movie, anyway?
Anchorman/High School Musical Lovechild? (by Plezsno)
If Anchorman spawned a lovechild with High School Musical, it would abound with sophomoric one-liners between energetic musical numbers. And thusly, Pitch Perfect 2 feels like it was belched from that very birth canal. As the plot develops, it becomes more and more formulaic. Deeply meaningful, though, is not what this film wants to be when it grows up. Along side some jokes that would make 3rd graders giggle intensely, the Anchorman-esque humor takes shots at cultural and racial biases. This style of humor may give some of the more hoity-toity among us a reason to snub the film. I,on the <more>
other hand, laughed so hard I did some crop dusting of my own. My apologies to those sitting near me. When the plot or jokes stall, energetic High School Musical-esque song mash-ups flourish while some scenes are hilariously forced.Yes, indeed, this movie is not for those searching for the meaning of life in the B-roll. Instead, it is the opportunity to be enveloped in entertainment purely for the sake of a good laugh at a stupid joke.