Pitch Perfect review – Watch Pitch Perfect 123movies online free

Watch Pitch Perfect 123movies online free – Well, I didn’t plan to watch this movie, just trying to kill the time. start to watch, there is something different and i just knew that i am gonna like this movie. well, i was wrong actually, i don’t like this movie, but i love it. it is extremely fun, hilarious, entertaining. Love to see Anna Kendrick, i love her in this movie. but who watch this movie would be agreed with me that the scene stealer is Fat Amy. she is aca-awesome. “at least it’s not herpes! or do you have that as well?” i love that line… very funny… also “before or after 2” always laughing to see that scene… would be great if they make more mash-up song… and show how talented Becca is…

Pitch Perfect review – Watch Pitch Perfect 123movies online free

Pitch Perfect review by penwah2 – Watch out – you’re going to like it whether you want to or not!

We two 50+ grandmas went to see this film on the spur of the moment because we enjoy musical movies. We were probably the oldest people in the audience which ranged down to younger teens but everyone, regardless of age, was laughing and having a grand time. Much less schmaltzy and self-serious than Glee, but wonderful vocals and dancing and personality. You can’t help but fall in love with the hilariously quirky characters, especially Rebel Wilson as the irrepressible Fat Amy, Elizabeth Banks as Gail, the sexually frustrated female announcer, and Hanna Mae Lee as Lilly, the wackadoo who releases the most shocking comments in a voice that barely exceeds a murmur. Fun, feel-good and highly entertaining.


Pitch Perfect review by somf – It has been years since I have seen a movie that I had such low expectations for…

That I loved so much. I scored free tickets to a Denver Screening awhile back and was just going to have my wife and 13 year old daughter go , but I watched the trailer and really thought Anna Kendrick was terrific in 50/50 and very good in Up in the Air so I thought, what the heck, I’m going too. Was I glad that I did. I laughed like crazy and loved the a capella singing. This film is really raunchy and just skirts around an R rating several times, but it is just so fun.

I am pretty confident that it is going to be the surprise box office hit of the fall and it is so much better than the films that it is bound to be compared to like Mean Girls, Bring it On, and even Bridesmaids.

Speaking of Bridesmaids Rebel Wilson almost steals the show with every scene that she is involved with being hilarious, and in a lesser movie her scenes most certainly would be worth paying the price of admission alone, but there are so many other talents involved. Elizabeth Banks has never been funnier. Skylar Astin as the love interest is also terrific though he needs to change his name, because for me the name Skylar brings only one thing to mind and she is married to Walter White.

This is no Oscar Winner, I am certain that I will see a dozen or so better movies this year, but none will having me laughing and smiling as much.

Pitch Perfect review by taylordemskiAca-mazing. Truly enjoyed Pitch Perfect.

I absolutely loved this movie. Saw an advanced screening and the entire theater was laughing and clapping throughout the movie! Refreshing to see a comedy and musical combo. A lot like Glee (minus the cheesy factor) mixed with witty comedy like in Bridesmaids and other modern popular comedies. Great casting! Any college girl is bound to love it. This is a movie even my mom would enjoy. It held my interest throughout and i think it was well produced. My boyfriend even enjoyed the comedy aspect of it! A great girls night out movie choice or even a date night movie. I feel like overall everybody loved it, I definitely did. I hope this movie earns the recognition it deserves. Its going to be a hit among young audiences like myself!

Pitch Perfect review by Kgmarra – Musical done right

This new comedic musical is right on pitch. Anna Kendrick plays Beca, a student at Barden University whose dream is to move to LA and become a DJ. Beca is uninterested in college, to say the least. Her father is a professor at her school and he advises her to join clubs to get more involved. Beca starts to work at the school radio station along with her admirer, Jesse (Skylar Astin).

When Beca’s voice is heard by Chloe (Brittany Snow), one of the main girls of The Barden Bellas a capella group, Beca is recruited into this singing group. Jesse ends up joining the rival all-boys a capella group called The Treble Makers.

Beca soon realizes that The Bellas need some new music in order to improve their reputation and make it to the finals. However, the leader of the group, Aubrey (Anna Camp), is quite headstrong and refuses to change their music. The tension between these girls and The Treble Makers continues to grow and everything begins to unfold.

Walking into this movie with very low expectations, I definitely was pleasantly surprised. It is a musical done right. There is no breaking out into song; the only time people sing is during competitions. In fact, the music is terrific and I can’t wait to download the entire soundtrack.

I was expecting slapstick comedy, especially with Rebel Wilson in the cast, but “Pitch Perfect” rests at the borderline. Speaking of Rebel, this movie would be nothing without her. Hilarious lines mixed with her perfect comedic timing equals a workout for your abs. It comes very close to stupidity but it doesn’t quite cross the line.

“Pitch Perfect” is cute, silly, and fun. If you’re looking for some laughs, take a watch. I give it a 7 out of 10.

Pitch Perfect review by rivertam26Something Special

I didn’t want to like it. Despite what you may think I don’t want to like movies like this . I hate myself for it. But there’s such an overwhelming charm when things are executed just right and I just can’t help it. Pitch Perfect centers on Becca played the emerging star Anna Kendrick (in a role which will solidify her status if it its as big as it deserves ) a freshman at college. Her father is a professor and she’s angsty and rebellious. After a brief set up we enter the unknown world of acapella singing, Which is singing with no instruments. Apparently a huge thing at this college and we meet different groups there well 2 mostly the troublemakers an all male group that always slays the competition and the Bellas who churn out the same old fashioned nonsense and are recovering from a year that didn’t end well to say the least. After some persuasion Becca joins the Bellas looking to add some of her much needed zest to liven up the competition.I’m sure you can guess what happens and it’s no lie that the film is formulaic in that way. However, the approach to the material is what differentiates it. It’s handled with an original, saucy, smart originality. it doesn’t downplay it’s focus but instead celebrates it in all it’s corny glory. The film takes a little getting used to but about half way through i was so sold on all the wonderful characters and the films undeniable charm. Filled with exciting musical numbers and solid performances from Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson as Fat Amy, the adorable Skylar Kenstin as Beccas love interest and so many others Pitch perfect is something truly special. Not to say t’s flawless it’s a little amateur in spots and Brittany Snow’s character feels a little confusing. But it’s easy to overlook the small stuff when the film is so entertaining.

Pitch Perfect review by Donald Lang – Cool and funny movie.

About a few months ago, a friend of mine introduced this to me. I kinda thought it was a movie about drama, but I watched it to find out. It was hilarious, the quotes the characters say and their actions. It was an excellent movie for me, and it was one of the best movies I have ever seen, but it wasn’t the best. I would have gave it a 10 if it wasn’t for the ending (hint: post-performance), but it’s a 9. It was still a funny movie that is full of entertainment. Also watched it with a few friends that have not heard of this.

Highly recommended for comedy lovers and fans of A Capella. Loved this film, and for some reason I cannot stop watching it. I also loved the music and the voices of the Bellas and the Treblemakers. I watched it about eleven times. Love it.

Pitch Perfect review by Peter van Drimmelen – New Cult Classic

This is a movie when you are sick and take look at your DVD’s you will pick out and watch to feel better. It is in the range of Sister Act and High School Musical, movies you definitely watch more than once. Anna Kendrick carries the movie with ease and leaves enough room for the rest to blossom. The singing is pretty good, Brittney Snow an Anna stand out for me. The “Just the way you are” clip is on youtube and will give you a good impression. Off course there’s a girl meets boy story in it, there should be. A nice guy is hitting on here and she let’s him in one bit at a time. Simple and well written imho. The final performance you have to watch and listen more than once to understand all the detail and appreciate the arrangement. There’s only one disturbing thing in the movie and that’s way to much puke, way over the top. But not one movie is perfect 😉 If you like feel good movies with singing, you will enjoy this movie!

Pitch Perfect review by Kevinmorice – Acamazing!!

I wasn’t quite dragged to this but nor was I rushing to sit in a cinema full of 500 teenage girls to watch a Glee rip-off.

It didn’t take any dragging to get me back in the second time. This movie is being so undersold. It should be bigger than the Hangover.

This is what Glee should have been. The music is awesome. The dancing is awesome. The script is awesome. The performances are awesome. Some of the set piece performance scenes had people in the audiences spontaneously clapping.

Anna Kendrick is amazing!! She is angsty and grumpy when she needs to be without ever losing out on being sexy and alluring and smart.

Rebel Wilson is hilarious! She takes set-up gags and lines that deserve a snort of derision and makes you fall off your seat with her delivery.

Elizabeth Banks (with more than a little help from John Michael Higgins) almost steals her own movie out from underneath them all despite having less lines than Arnie in the Terminator.

And the supporting cast are fantastic. Even where they are trying to play stereotypes they take enough of the edge off them to make them lovable in their own right.

The musical director and the script writers for this absolute gem deserve to be picking up armloads of awards. The script synopsis is basic, nothing clever at all, you know the ending from the start. But that doesn’t matter, the journey to that ending is simply fantastic.

And it is worth going twice. Some of the jokes are well hidden. Tucked in behind others so you are still laughing at the first and you miss the follow-up. Some are even hidden in plain sight but you are too busy watching something more obvious. The rape whistle gag (in the trailer so not a spoiler, sneaks back in near the end but in such a hectic scene you can easily miss it).

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