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Pitch Perfect 2 [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray/DVD] [2015]

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    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    96% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1766 out of 1846)

    Special Features


    • Additional features:
    • An aca-love story: bumper and fat amy
    • Blu-Ray Exclusives:
    • Das sound machine finale breakdown
    • Deleted/extended/alternate scenes
    • Extended musical performances
    • Feature commentary with filmmakers
    • Gag reel
    • Green bay rap
    • Line-Aca-Rama
    • Never-before seen treblemakers performance
    • Snoop Dogg is in the house

    Synopsis


    Pitch Perfect 2
    In this sequel to Pitch Perfect, the collegiate a cappella group called the Barden Bellas enter into an international competition which they are told is impossible to win because they are Americans. The girls refuse to give up and vow to be the first Americans to take home the top prize. Directed by Elizabeth Banks and stars: Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson and Hailee Steinfeld. ~ Erin Demers, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Anna Kendrick
      Anna Kendrick - Beca
    • Rebel Wilson
      Rebel Wilson - Fat Amy
    • Brittany Snow
      Brittany Snow - Chloe
    • Hailee Steinfeld
      Hailee Steinfeld - Emily
    • Katey Sagal
      Katey Sagal - Katherine



    Customer rating

    Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars with 1846 reviews

    96%
    would recommend to a friend
    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      "Aca-wedersehen, b*tches!".. the gang is back and

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      kenn
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      "Pitch Perfect 2" (2015 release; 115 min.) opens with our beloved a cappella band the Bellas giving a performance at the Kennedy Center in the presence of President Obama, when Fat Amy encounters a 'costume malfunction' of epic proportions. As a result of this 'muffgate' incident, the Bellas are suspended but they manage to negotiate a loophole: win the a cappella world championships in Denmark, and they regain full standing. At this point we are 10 min. into the movie. Will the ladies be able to pull it off? To tell you more would spoil your viewing experience, you'll just have to see for yourself how it all plays out. Couple of comments: first, this sequel is the full length feature directing debut of actress-producer Elizabeth Banks (she also reprises her role as Gail, the TV commentator), and Banks does a very capable job as director. The movie is paced perfectly, and even better, remains faithful to the spirit of the first Pitch Perfect. Let's face it, if you loved the first movie, all you want to see is the return of the original gang (mostly Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson, I suppose), and find excuses for them to sing and interact. This time around, the big rival for the girls is a German band called Das Sound Machine, and I have to admit, DSM sounds and performs impressively. We are also introduced to a new member of the Bellas, Emily (played by Hailee Steinfeld, the young girl in True Grit is now a young woman). Beware: there are plenty of fairly (c)rude jokes and lines in the movie (such as: Emily's last name is Junk-Hardon, no, really) so that even thought this movie is rated PG-13, frankly I wouldn't recommend taking young kids to this. Some of the better lines come from the TC commentators (played by Elizabeth Banks and John Michael Higgins), but my favorite comes from Anna Kendrick's Beca character, when she hisses back to her DSM rivals "aca-wedersehen, b*tches!", ha! The music is aplenty in this, even more so than in the first Pitch Perfect, and that's just fine by me (they even find a way of brining "Cups" back again). Bottom line: despite the high expectations, Banks & Co. have managed to deliver exactly what the people wanted from this sequel, not a small feat. Not surprisingly, there is already talk of a Pitch perfect 3, with Rebel Wilson already signed on. For my money, if they can't find a way of keeping Anna Kendrick around, my interest in another sequel will nosedive. I saw the first Pitch Perfect knowing next to nothing about the movie, taking a flyer when it showed on its opening weekend. That screening was not all that well attended but I vividly remember how immensely I enjoyed that movie. Flash forward 3 years: I was really looking forward to seeing PP2. The early evening screening where I saw this at today (Sunday) was PACKED, and then some. The crowd absolutely ate it up, laughing at all the right times, and giving an applause when the house lights turned on. Many of them left as the movie's end titles started to run. A shame for them as they missed a very funny bonus extra which I won't spoil here. Just stick around when the end titles start running! Meanwhile, "Pitch Perfect 2" is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      So much to love

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      alstickle
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      This movie has such an amazingly low price for so many laughs. It's just as good as the first and while the songs aren't necessarily as well mashed up as the were in the first Pitch Perfect, there's still a lot of sing-along worthy moments and a truly great story told. The first movie focused on Beca coming into the A Capella world and this one focuses on the rough patch at the end of a journey just before the proverbial torch is passed. Elizabeth Banks is not only back in her role as media personality Gail, but also as the director. The difference in directors for the two movies isn't jarring at all and Banks fits into roll exceedingly well. The movie is wonderful, but so are the many special features that come with the Blu-ray disk. Some of the features include a commentary on the film in which you can hear Banks talk about the movie in depth and what it took to accomplish all that was done in this film. There's also a blooper reel and some other fun stuff from behind the scenes. If the movie isn't enough reason for you to want to buy it on Blu-ray and/or DVD then the special features should be.

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Tongue-in-cheek, still funny

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      Caffeineator
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      Like the first movie, this one kind of lovingly pokes fun at a cappella singing, but is more about the quirks of the singers themselves. When they take themselves too seriously on the screen, that makes for some of the funniest moments. As with other competition-based movie sequels, this one involves stepping up to the next level to vie against a bigger talent pool (the whole world, apparently). This makes for some entertaining interactions with the German team, Das Sound Machine, and of course must entail using someone's previously-discouraged talent to help the team later on. But it's still a fun movie to watch, and many of them are really very talented singers (Anna Kendrick, you little scrapper, you).

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    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Solid but unspectacular sequel.

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      Becker
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      If you liked Pitch Perfect, you should enjoy this sequel. Elizabeth Banks succeeds in her directorial debut. She also keeps the story pretty focused which has good and bad points. Anna Kendrick's side story is less compelling in this film, but it also keeps the film more about music than any romances. This is about the girls. The early Battle Royale was a highlight. Luckily, unlike the original's multiple vomit scenes, this film's gross out moment is off camera. While I was entertained, I somehow felt like, "That was it?" when it ended. Hence only three stars. Four stars for the large amount of entertaining special features.

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Sequel

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      Camilio
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      Pitch Perfect is one of my favorite movies... like ever! So of course I was excited for the sequel, and still excited when they said they are making a third one. Love that there is a digital copy so I can watch anywhere. Though I did enjoy this sequel, I felt that I didn't know a lot of the music, which was a comment Anna Kendrick aka Beca Mitchell made in an interview. Could have gone without the creepy/disturbing Fat Amy and Bumber story line. There was a couple new characters that were too odd to explain (the Hispanic chick). Did love that the who group got together, and was able to beat Das Sound Machine! Bringing all the former members of Barden Bellas together. Can you say SISTERHOOD?!

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Perfect Pitch 2 is good fun

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      BobbyG
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      As with any sequel it rarely lives up to the original. It is the same for Perfect Pitch 2 as the story is not as believable as the first one. But it is still funny and the music is exceptional. Is it as good as the first? No but it is close. I was disappointed that the Treble Makers did not have a bigger impact to the story. They were pretty much an after thought to the story which is too bad considering they were the primary antagonist in the first. But you will have fun and laugh and in the end that is what a movie like this is really all about. A great escape from reality for a few hours, a couple jokes you will want to remember and a few tunes you will be humming to yourself after.

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      A Fine Sequel

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      friedgold99
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      If you liked to the first film, then you will probably like this film as well. This sequel pretty much hits the same story and character beats as the first film with the only new wrinkle being Anna Kendrick's character's prospects away from the Bellas. Hailee Steinfeld fills in as the newbie trying to find her place. Brittany Snow takes over as the driving force behind the Bellas. Most of the other Bellas are featured much less than the first film. The music continues to be a highlight of the film with the German group's compositions being quite elaborate and spectacular. All in all, this film will satisfy fans of the first film, but do little to change the minds of critics.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Decent Sequel

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      NCOH8
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      Pitch Perfect was a true underdog story back in 2012. The unexpected hit comedy hit during the peak of the Glee phenomenon, but was largely promoted by online campaigns and word-of-mouth, inspiring not only a best-selling soundtrack but a wave of sing-a-long screenings. It's a fun, spirited college romp in the mold of Bring ItOn; the outsiders must come together to win when everyone says they can't. So what's left to do for the eagerly-anticipated sequel? Not much, apparently. While funny at times and those crazy Barden Bellas still cool to hang out with, Pitch Perfect 2 is like a perfectly decent cover version of its predecessor.

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