Pitch Perfect 2 is a 2015 … sequel to the 2012 film Pitch Perfect, which was loosely adapted from Mickey Rapkin’s non-fiction book, titled Pitch Perfect: The Quest for Collegiate A Cappella Glory. …
On Rotten Tomatoes, the film received a rating of 66%, based on 154 reviews, with an average rating of 6/10. The site’s critical consensus reads, “Pitch Perfect 2 sings in sweet comedic harmony, even if it doesn’t hit quite as many high notes as its predecessor.” …
A sequel, Pitch Perfect 3 is set to be released on July 21, 2017.
Yep. It’s not near as good as the charming original.
Still … I’d say Perfect is worth watching.
Keegan-Michael Key was great. As always.
And John Michael Higgins as the sexist pig a capella competition commentator is a joy to watch.
“This is what happens when you send girls to College.” :)
Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.
Fat Amy was disappointing, I thought. But nonstop cameo appearances keep you trying to remember the names of comic actors.
Flo: There’s only one thing to do: Fake your own death and flee the country.
Kommissar: I’m sorry, I don’t speak loser.
Fat Amy: There’s gonna be a whole lot of haters out there, people asking, “Hey, why is the most talented one in the group Australian?” But hey, I’m fat, so that’s close enough.
The Onion nails this one. :-)
Our so-called friends :-) dumped us at the Powell River ferry landing 5 hours before our departure.
What to do?
Another ferry for Texada Island was just leaving. Why not joy ride over and back in our spare hours?
The only ferry lands in Blubber Bay. In 1970 there were 35 families here. Meg and Jennifer Tilly once lived here before fleeing to Victoria. The day we arrived there was one guy in a gift shop. And a few squatters.
The whale flensing station is closed. The quarry looked closed.
Despite having no active employees, some Union members are still seemingly drawing disability insurance.
The highlight of Blubber Bay was sitting on some rocks. Watching dogs fight over sticks.
Late Show with David Letterman debuted on August 30, 1993 …
I was an early fan.
Click PLAY or watch his Velcro Suit on YouTube.
Ron Shewchuk and I liked how he revered the trivial. And trivialized the famous.
Jessica Winter was a bigger fan:
His subversive comedy transformed the entertainment landscape—and made me who I am today.
But it’s been decades since I’ve been able to muster enough interest to watch more than a Top 10 list.
I’ll certainly be following the Late Show with Stephen Colbert starting September 8, 2015. But I’m assuming my interest will dwindle quickly. Unscripted celebrity interviews are like torture.