The latest (and last?) Pitch Perfect movie is an entertaining watch, but definitely not the best of the trilogy.
The music, as always, is on-point, with a great variety of songs, and they do most of them justice.
But they forced a riff-off into this movie, and while it did add musical instruments to the acapella, it was just lackluster and not at all fun. The first two included some great moments, like Anna Kendrick’s No Diggity in PP1 and the Green Bay Packers showing up for PP2, this one just had nothing…although I will give them the great timing on The Cranberries’ Zombie.
Stick with me, I know lots of Italian. Gellato margarita, ravioli. -Fat Amy
One thing that does help the movie was its list of special guests, such as John Lithgow, Guy Burnet, DJ Khaled, Ruby Rose, and of course the announcing duo of John Michael Higgins and Elizabeth Banks.
What I really want next from this franchises is a spin-off, starring Anna Kendrick and Hailee Steinfeld…and maybe Hana Mae Lee (Lilly).
I enjoyed it, but it’s not worth more than a 6.5 out of 10.