Review: Pitch Perfect 3, 2017, dir. Trish Sie

The Pitch Perfect series is, for the most part, delightful; it’s a cliché to say that the first movie in a trilogy is the best, but Pitch Perfect really is better than Pitch Perfect 2, which mostly entertains with more bumps in the road plus a handful of unnecessary detours. So I’m not surprised that Pitch Perfect 3 turned out worse than Pitch Perfect and Pitch Perfect 2. I’m just surprised it turned out this much worse, because boy, it’s terrible. 

I counted the ways in which it is terrible for Paste Magazine, so I’d recommend you go on over there for continued kvetching. 

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