Pitch Perfect 3


Action / Comedy / Music

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 28%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 43%
IMDb Rating 5.8 10 63568

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March 07, 2018 at 10:16 AM


Top cast

Kelley Jakle as Jessica
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785.12 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 33 min
P/S 6 / 59
1.48 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 33 min
P/S 4 / 64

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by phd_travel 2 / 10

Meaningless story - this one better be the last

The story has hardly and substance whatsoever. The appealing cast can't help by singing snipets of hit songs. All they seem to do is put on different outfits and sing a few bars of hit songs. John Lithgow with his fake Aussie accent is so ludicrous. Brittney Snow's romance with Matt Lanter's soldier character could have been developed more.

Don't bother. This better be the last of them.

Reviewed by MartinHafer 2 / 10

Beyond just jumping the shark!

I am not the sort of person who you'd expect to watch any of the "Pitch Perfect" films. However, my daughter begged me to try and I actually did enjoy 1 and 2. They were fun and non-demanding films....a nice change of pace from the often serious foreign films I often watch. So, it's not surprising that this 50-something guy decided to see the third movie in the franchise.

My biggest feeling while seeing "Pitch Perfect 3" was that they've 'jumped the shark'. If you aren't familiar with the phrase, it's a reference to the TV show "Happy Days" and refers to when it (and other shows or franchises) have peaked and they are desperately trying to keep your attention by doing awful things with the characters, such as introducing Cousin Oliver on "The Brady Bunch" or having Fonzie jump a pool full of sharks in his motorcycle. Instead of the semi-believable plots like there were in 1 and 2, the writers had obviously run out of ideas and were grasping at straws here. After all, what else would explain Amy having a super-villain father who kidnaps the A Capella group?? And, this is made worse with plot elements like bee attacks, more crude language and a strong emphasis on making the group sort of like hiphop stars!

Overall, this is a very badly written and even embarrassing film...one that seems cynical and has little regard to the fans who embraced and enjoyed the series.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 4 / 10

European PP

The girls are struggling to do life after the Bellas. Gail (Elizabeth Banks) and John (John Michael Higgins) are making their documentary on the Bellas. Beca (Anna Kendrick) quits her music producing job. Emily (Hailee Steinfeld) invites the girls to a performance but she's actually leading the new Bellas and the girls are simply audience. Desperate to sing together again, Aubrey (Anna Camp) uses her estranged father's military connection to get into the USO. They travel to Europe where they are in competition to be the opening act of DJ Khaled. Calamity (Ruby Rose) leads their main competitors. Fat Amy (Rebel Wilson) is pursued by her estranged Fergus (John Lithgow).

At least, the gang is back and that's half the battle. Their group chemistry is the heart and soul of this franchise. Beca and Fat Amy have a great back and forth relationship. However, Fat Amy's ridiculous story is not funny and her gimmick gets less fun especially without Beca. This is a collapsing franchise. Like others before it, this one goes over to Europe to speed up the decline. The writing is clunky and a throwback to bad sequel writing. It's weak and cliche in a bad way. Trying to be an action camp is probably a wrong move. It might work as a Bond spoof if it dives in head first. This simply doesn't work other than the girls' group relationships.

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