History YMMV / PitchPerfect

8th Jun '18 11:21:55 PM Chocoholic1x1
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** The “No dating/having sex with a Treble Maker” rule Aubrey strictly enforced and the flack she gave Beca for spending frequent time with Jesse in the first film is this, given that Anna Camp (Aubrey) was the one dating, and eventually married, Skyler Astin (Jesse).
28th Apr '18 1:38:56 PM zoopyDoopy
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** Cheap Thrills has some pretty impressive vocal fireworks from Kendrick in Pitch Perfect 3.
23rd Apr '18 6:18:55 AM Phillibe
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**The Fandom has seemingly universally decided that Kommissar's real name is Luisa.
26th Mar '18 11:41:31 AM RicPot
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** Jesse, DoggedNiceGuy or a dude who fails to grasp the concept of boundaries, insinuating himself into situations that don't require his input and only ends up with Beca in the end because he's the DesignatedHero?

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** Jesse, DoggedNiceGuy or a dude who fails to grasp the concept of boundaries, insinuating himself into situations that don't require his input and only ends up with Beca in the end because he's the DesignatedHero?DesignatedLoveInterest?
20th Feb '18 2:47:08 PM RicPot
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* {{Sequelitis}}: The first film was very well received, the second had more detractors and the third even more. (On Rotten Tomatoes they have 80%, 65%, and 31%, respectively.)
19th Feb '18 12:03:04 PM TheLuckyCat
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*** This is not helped by linking him into Beca's character arc: her development is all about opening up to people rather than shutting them out. As Jesse points out, she pushes people away. However, this development could have been achieved better if Chloe/Aubrey had delivered that speech to Beca since they have no ulterior motives. A good deal of Jesse being mad with her feels like frustration that they haven't hooked up yet.

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*** This is not helped by linking him into Beca's character arc: her development is all about opening up to people rather than shutting them out. As Jesse points out, she pushes people away. However, this development could have been achieved better if Chloe/Aubrey had delivered that speech to Beca since they have no ulterior motives. A good deal of Jesse being mad with her feels like frustration that they haven't hooked up yet. Especially with that pissy little remark to Luke about how "you don't know ''Becky'' like I do", when really, neither does Jesse.


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** Jesse as well, especially in his first scene interacting with Beca when he tells her she'd be pretty ''if'' she took out her ear-spike and keeps insisting they know each other when all they did was glance at each other for five seconds from across the street, even though Beca is clearly uncomfortable with it.
10th Feb '18 7:05:56 AM zoopyDoopy
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*** This is not helped by linking him into Beca's character arc: her development is all about opening up to people rather than shutting them out. As Jesse points out, she pushes people away. However, this development could have been achieved better if Chloe/Aubrey had delivered that speech to Beca since they have no ulterior motives. A good deal of Jesse being mad with her feels like frustration that they haven't hooked up yet.
26th Jan '18 4:33:47 PM PerfumePreppy
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The sequel ends with the implication that, following graduation and the Worlds victory, the past Bellas have [[PassingTheTorch passed the baton for Emily to kickstart a new generation of Bellas]]... Then comes the third movie, which, rather than taking the logical next step and focusing the story on the formation of the new generation, decides to remain focused on Beca's generation after graduation, with [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter the new Bellas basically being reduced to background characters]], thus dampening the heartwarming "changing of the guard" feel of the previous movie's ending. Arguably justified, as Beca's generation is the one audiences are most familiar with.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The sequel ends with the implication that, following graduation and the Worlds victory, the past Bellas have [[PassingTheTorch passed the baton for Emily to kickstart a new generation of Bellas]]... Then comes the third movie, which, rather than taking the logical next step and focusing the story on the formation of the new generation, decides to remain focused on Beca's generation after graduation, with [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter the new Bellas basically being reduced to background characters]], thus dampening characters]]. This is arguably justified, as Beca's generation is the one audiences are most familiar with, but it still dampens the heartwarming "changing of the guard" feel of the previous movie's ending. Arguably justified, as Beca's generation is the one audiences are most familiar with.ending.
26th Jan '18 4:33:19 PM PerfumePreppy
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The sequel ends with the implication that, following graduation and the Worlds victory, the past Bellas have [[PassingTheTorch passed the baton for Emily to kickstart a new generation of Bellas]]... Then comes the third movie, which, rather than taking the logical next step and focusing the story on the formation of the new generation, decides to remain focused on Beca's generation after graduation, with [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter the new Bellas basically being reduced to background characters]], thus dampening the heartwarming "changing of the guard" feel of the previous movie's ending.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The sequel ends with the implication that, following graduation and the Worlds victory, the past Bellas have [[PassingTheTorch passed the baton for Emily to kickstart a new generation of Bellas]]... Then comes the third movie, which, rather than taking the logical next step and focusing the story on the formation of the new generation, decides to remain focused on Beca's generation after graduation, with [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter the new Bellas basically being reduced to background characters]], thus dampening the heartwarming "changing of the guard" feel of the previous movie's ending. Arguably justified, as Beca's generation is the one audiences are most familiar with.
26th Jan '18 4:31:13 PM PerfumePreppy
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The sequel ends with the implication that, following graduation and the Worlds victory, the past Bellas have [[PassingTheTorch passed the baton for Emily to kickstart a new generation of Bellas]]... Then comes the third movie, rather than taking the logical next step and focusing the story on the formation of the new generation, decides to remain focused on Beca's generation after graduation, with [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter the new Bellas basically being reduced to background characters]], thus dampening the heartwarming "changing of the guard" feel of the previous movie's ending.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The sequel ends with the implication that, following graduation and the Worlds victory, the past Bellas have [[PassingTheTorch passed the baton for Emily to kickstart a new generation of Bellas]]... Then comes the third movie, which, rather than taking the logical next step and focusing the story on the formation of the new generation, decides to remain focused on Beca's generation after graduation, with [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter the new Bellas basically being reduced to background characters]], thus dampening the heartwarming "changing of the guard" feel of the previous movie's ending.
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