Pitch Perfect 2

Pitch Perfect 2

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Pitch Perfect 2

The all-girl A cappella college comedy is back, starring Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson once again. After a humiliating performance, The Bellas take their talents to an international competition that no American team has ever won. Elizabeth Banks, who co-produced the first film and co-stars in this sequel, makes her directorial feature debut.

2015Rating: M, Sexual references115 minsUSA
ComedyMusicBlockbuster
90%
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Reviews & comments

Variety

Variety

press

Banks makes a credible directing debut with a riotous, even more female-driven sequel to the 2012 hit.

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Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

press

As this overlong, lacklustre sequel demonstrates, a souffle can only rise once.

2.0
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Screen Daily

Screen Daily

press

As with Pitch Perfect, the actresses are the film's real charm, alongside those show-stopper a capella sequences, choreographed again by Aakomon Jones.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Reprising the kind of musical performances, campus hijinks, stinging humor and sassy sisterhood put in place by its eminently likeable predecessor... remixes the elements and comes up with something even slicker and sharper.

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FilmInk

FilmInk

press

Sticks pretty close to the formula of its predecessor, but it's saved by its sly humour, with digs flying thick and fast.

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i liked it but not as clean as the first it came off very Hollywood. Anna Camp who played Aubrey was great in the first in this she was just horrible same with bumper.

3.0
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My expectations weren't high - having not seen the first one and knowing sequels are usually not as good as their predecessor. But this was funny, engaging and unexpected in a good way.

4.0
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Loved it! It was as good as the first movie and believe it or not they outdo the final performance that they gave in the first Pitch Perfect which I thought would be near impossible. Becka wasn't as prickly as she was in the first movie which is a relief though she does remain a little self centered. The rest of the cast does a great job. It is quite unPC...

4.0
0

Great sequel and a lot of laugh out loud moments that both sexes will enjoy. The riff-off is awesome and Das Sound Machine are annoyingly brilliant. Can't wait to watch it again!

4.0
0

A very plain sequel. Even the songs are not much attractive as the first installment

3.0
0

I loved this movie, it was the perfect way to end the week with plenty of laughs. Light-hearted and fun, I'd recommend it if you're not looking for anything too serious!

4.0
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How is this 4 stars?! It was seriously, seriously a huge mission to sit through this. I loved the first, but this was a monstrousity. I really wanted to like it, Elizabeth Banks is directing, Anna Kendrick was so cool in the last one, the first was like Bridesmaids/first-season Glee (i.e. great) but this was a hodge-podge of storylines and no genuine...

2.0
0

Same girls with new songs and drama to boot. If you enjoyed the original you will enjoy this lots of laughs and great songs. Family fun for everyone

3.0
0

The original Pitch Perfect was released in 2012 and became something of a hit. With an all-female cast guiding an audience through the world of A cappella, they came with an unrelenting force of humour and wit, mixed with a huge soundtrack of popular songs mashed-up with the magical skill of percussion and bass created by the human voice-box. So it's 3...

4.0
0
Variety

Variety

press

Banks makes a credible directing debut with a riotous, even more female-driven sequel to the 2012 hit.

0
Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

press

As this overlong, lacklustre sequel demonstrates, a souffle can only rise once.

2.0
0
Screen Daily

Screen Daily

press

As with Pitch Perfect, the actresses are the film's real charm, alongside those show-stopper a capella sequences, choreographed again by Aakomon Jones.

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Reprising the kind of musical performances, campus hijinks, stinging humor and sassy sisterhood put in place by its eminently likeable predecessor... remixes the elements and comes up with something even slicker and sharper.

0
FilmInk

FilmInk

press

Sticks pretty close to the formula of its predecessor, but it's saved by its sly humour, with digs flying thick and fast.

0

i liked it but not as clean as the first it came off very Hollywood. Anna Camp who played Aubrey was great in the first in this she was just horrible same with bumper.

3.0
0

My expectations weren't high - having not seen the first one and knowing sequels are usually not as good as their predecessor. But this was funny, engaging and unexpected in a good way.

4.0
0

Loved it! It was as good as the first movie and believe it or not they outdo the final performance that they gave in the first Pitch Perfect which I thought would be near impossible. Becka wasn't as prickly as she was in the first movie which is a relief though she does remain a little self centered. The rest of the cast does a great job. It is quite unPC...

4.0
0

Great sequel and a lot of laugh out loud moments that both sexes will enjoy. The riff-off is awesome and Das Sound Machine are annoyingly brilliant. Can't wait to watch it again!

4.0
0

A very plain sequel. Even the songs are not much attractive as the first installment

3.0
0

I loved this movie, it was the perfect way to end the week with plenty of laughs. Light-hearted and fun, I'd recommend it if you're not looking for anything too serious!

4.0
0

How is this 4 stars?! It was seriously, seriously a huge mission to sit through this. I loved the first, but this was a monstrousity. I really wanted to like it, Elizabeth Banks is directing, Anna Kendrick was so cool in the last one, the first was like Bridesmaids/first-season Glee (i.e. great) but this was a hodge-podge of storylines and no genuine...

2.0
0

Same girls with new songs and drama to boot. If you enjoyed the original you will enjoy this lots of laughs and great songs. Family fun for everyone

3.0
0

The original Pitch Perfect was released in 2012 and became something of a hit. With an all-female cast guiding an audience through the world of A cappella, they came with an unrelenting force of humour and wit, mixed with a huge soundtrack of popular songs mashed-up with the magical skill of percussion and bass created by the human voice-box. So it's 3...

4.0
0