Film Review: Pitch Perfect 3
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An energetic and heart-warming wave goodbye from the Bellas; Pitch Perfect 3 cranks up the volume and screams ‘girl power’ in this somewhat extravagant finale. The final instalment of the franchise sees the Bellas reunite one last time as they perform for the military and their families on a USO tour. With familiar and fresh faces combined, the Bellas embark on an explosive and eventful journey armed with more music than ever. This film is an emotional end for any Pitch Perfect fan. Filled with references to its two predecessors, Pitch Perfect 3 knows its audience and plays to its strengths but also ensures it doesn’t exclude first time watchers. An entertaining mix of over-the-top and subtle comedy keeps the laughs alive and gives the film the inclusive feel it needs to ensure no viewer is left behind. This, paired with a combination of modern music and contemporary comedy, makes the film an engaging and relevant family affair that will get everyone singing along to the likes of Britney Spears and Sia. As with any film of this type, the soundtrack and pop-culture references may put an expiry date on the film’s relatability, but it’ll at least act as a fun time capsule in years to come.
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