Pitch Perfect

Pitch Perfect

Pitch Perfect

Comedy starring Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson that follows an all-girl a cappella group of college clichés out to 'pitch-slap' the competition. Beca (Kendrick) arrives at a new college and finds herself not right for any clique. However the leader of the singing group muscles her into their gang of mean girls, sweet girls and weird girls. When Beca pushes the group out of their comfort zone and into new mash-ups, they climb their way to the top of college a cappella.

This is the feature debut from director Jason Moore, director of the Broadway puppet hit, Avenue Q.

2012Rating: M, contains offensive language & sexual references112 minsUSA
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Pitch Perfect / Reviews

Variety

Variety

As spirited and irresistible as the college a cappella craze it celebrates, Pitch Perfect is a cheeky delight.

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Time Out

Time Out

This film could have done with a few more mouth beats and unlikely moments of extracurricular celebrity.

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Time Magazine

Time Magazine

A spirited, irreverent and hugely fun comedy.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

Only occasionally funny and not at all illuminating about the rich world of a cappella singing.

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Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

The Higgins performance owes more than a little to Fred Willard's unforgettable dog show commentary in "Best in Show," but it was clear that Willard was part of a telecast.

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

What helps offset the predictable in this very predictable movie is a series of show-stopping numbers, so props to the folks who oversaw music and choreography.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

An enjoyably snarky campus romp that's both wildly nerdy and somewhat sexy.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

The movie is far too aware of its influences, especially when it imitates Bring It On's silly "cheerocracy"-style slang with its own overextended series of aca-neologisms.

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