Pitch Perfect 2
- 1h 55m
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Beca (Anna Kendrick), Fat Amy (Rebel Wilson) and the Barden Bellas are back to pitch slap the world! After a scandal threatens to derail their last year at Barden, the three-time defending champs worry that they've lost their harmony for good. With one chance left at redeeming their legacy, they must they must face off against the toughest competition on the planet: German supergroup Das Sound Machine and fight for their right to win at the World Championships of A Cappella. It will take the power of sisterhood to find their voice and see what it takes to be the world's top pitches!
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Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Pitch Perfect 2 sings in sweet comedic harmony, even if it doesn't hit quite as many high notes as its predecessor.
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Common Sense Says
Fun but uneven sequel doesn't hit original's high notes.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Pitch Perfect 2 is the sequel to 2012's word-of-mouth a capella hit Pitch Perfect. Many of the stars from the first movie -- including Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Brittany Snow, Anna Camp, Skylar Astin, and Adam Devine -- reprise their roles in this installment, which is equally teen-friendly, albeit with a bit of edge. As in the original, there are jokes at the expense of the overweight, though the main overweight character also embraces her appearance. Commentator characters also make blatantly racist and sexist comments, but they're intended to be seen as over the top. Expect frequent innuendo and sexual humor (an incident in which a character's pants split during a performance is referred to as "Muffgate," and there's making out, a pillow fight scene with young women in skimpy PJs, etc.), as well as characters who swear a blue streak ("s--t," "d--k," etc.), drink, and get into verbal fights. But they're also grappling with big questions about career, friendship, and love, all of which will resonate with teens.
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- Release Date:May 15, 2015
- Languages:English, Spanish
- Audio Format:5.1
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