The BRWC Review: Pitch Perfect 3

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And they are back, all the pitches are here, no I mean Bellas of course. Trilogies are hard to pull off, there’s always a weak link but Pitch Perfect 3 is certainly not it. Pitch Perfect 3 is full of feel good vibes, feisty females and toe tapping fantastic songs!

The story so far is following a split, the Bellas reunite and enter a singing competition. The winner of which is to be picked by DJ Khaled to perform in France. However, there’s a sting in the tale now this acapella group  are up against groups that use instruments, yes way!

Meanwhile, fat Amy is tracked down by her criminal father, who we soon learn is not looking for a relationship with her, but for the money she unknowingly has in an offshore account. She soon learns of this and cuts ties with her father, but it’s too late because he’s already kidnapped the other Bellas and holds them captive on his yacht. I guess there could be worse places to be holed up! To add to the drama, I mean could it get any more dramatic, DJ Khaled tells Becca she’s his solo winner. Yes, you read right, solo. What will she do, ditch the other pitches and go to France or say one for all and all for one, wait that’s a different film?

It doesn’t matter if you haven’t seen the other Pitch Perfect films, you’ll quickly pick up the story. The brilliance of this franchise is that they don’t take themselves too seriously, pick good songs and have fun on the screen. The final song of this installment will leave you feeling uplifted but sad that this particular singer is no longer with us!

Pitch Perfect 3

Pitch Perfect 3

The film is entertaining and provides light relief if you are feeling all bah humbug!  Pitch Perfect 3 opens in cinemas across the UK today, Wednesday 20 December.

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