This is literally me after getting pitch slapped tonight.

I’m still having mixed feelings about the movie in general, but anyone who ever denies Bechloe is clearly blind. The love is so blatantly obvious it’s not even funny. My bet friend kept making comments about it, along with several others in the theater (which was sold out by the way).

I still can’t stand Jesse, and not because I love Bechloe so much, more for the reason that they literally make NO sense. They totally don’t mesh and Beca literally kept calling him “dude” like he was her brother or something. So strange. Meanwhile, she’s calling Chloe “Chlo”, and my heart literally jumped at hearing it.

It felt like there was too much going on with all the story lines jammed in there, but I need to see it again before I make my final decision. We missed a lot because everyone was laughing so hard you couldn’t hear a lot of the jokes. I might be in the minority, but I really liked the music in the first one better because it seemed so much less forced and genuine. The finale was really great though.

Just my initial thoughts, which o don’t think you nerds even wanted to know, but there it is. If anyone wants to ask me anything, feel free to inbox. 👍🏻😘

  • can we talk about the Green Bay packers for a second
  • Am I racist if I laugh at this joke?
  • Who has the money to stay in college for 7 years?
  • Flula my bae
  • Can we just really question that the Canadian’s national clothing is a maple leaf vest?
  • how much did they pay Volkswagen?
  • Aubrey Is back! I know you’re secretly dating Becca’s bf.
  • Bechloe is on point
  • Pentatonix was robbed of a whole song
  • This movie is basically tumblr
  • Seriously though they just read pitch perfect fan fic and then made it happen
  • That movie was indeed perfect

For all those posting about rupaul’s drag race I would suggest watching Paris is Burning. I know it is a movie from 1990 and that might scare some of you 90’s babies but it really gives a good look into the past of drag culture. I feel like I see drag in a new light because of it. Now educate yourself and watch the movie. It’s on Netflix.

Thoughts on movie Pitch Perfect 2

Seen on May 19, 11:10AM

Released on May 15 (USA)

(Some) Cast

Anna Kendrick as Beca

Rebel Wilson as Fat Amy

Hailee Steinfeld as Emily

Brittany Snow as Chloe

Skylar Astin as Jesse

Adam DeVine as Bumper

Katey Sagal as Katherine

Anna Camp as Aubrey

Ben Platt as Benji

Alexis Knapp as Stacie

Hana Mae Lee as Lilly

Ester Dean as Cynthia Rose

Chrissie Fit as Flo

Birgitte Hjort Sorensen as Kommissar

Flula Borg as Pieter Kramer

Movie summary according to IMDb

After a humiliating command performance at Lincoln Center, the Barden Bellas enter an international competition that no American group has ever won in order to regain their status and right to perform.


The movie was entertaining, but there were a lot of repeats from the first movie. The plot of the movie felt very much like the first where even some of the characters and interactions were similar. It was not very creative or different, but maybe they aimed for a recipe that they knew would be somewhat successful. If you’ve seen 21st Jump Street and 22nd Jump Street, Pitch Perfect and Pitch Perfect 2 did the same thing in a way.

If rating

I’d probably give it a 7/10. It wasn’t that I disliked it, I actually thought the movie was pretty fun. Unfortunately, it almost felt like I should have just watched the first one. I also felt that the characters didn’t feel much different than in the first one. The movie as a whole could have gave more depth instead of going for a recipe they already tried out.

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Just because the trailer is bas doesn’t mean the movie is!

The actors do not carry a movie!

((Seriously, I can’t stand those ‘Pitch Perfect’ movies. It’s the quintessential ‘Tableau of Female Stereotypes in Cinema’.

‘Mad Max’ was fuckin’ great, don’t waste your money on watching ‘Ohoho! That fat girl sure is funny for thinking she should be allowed to reject the sexual advances of men who are interested in her!’


Please. Spend your money watching ladies taking their lives back into their own hands and overthrowing tyranny.))