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Pitch Perfect 3

  • 2017
  • PG-13
  • 93min
  • 31%
  • 5.8 / 10

Pitch Perfect 3 follows the members of an acapella group, the Barden Bellas, as they begin life after college. Each of them is in her own separate careers. No one is particularly happy with the direction their lives are going on, so after a reunion, they decide to officially get back together to join a USO tour that Aubrey's father invites them to. They end up going on a journey all over Europe that tests their friendships but hopefully, in the end, they all will find their true places in the world.

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Elizabeth Banks, who stars as Gail, the color commentator in all three of the Pitch Perfect movies, also directed Pitch Perfect 2 and was chosen to direct the third installment but backed out citing parental responsibilities. The actor, producer, and director were interviewed by Entertainment Weekly saying, 'the new schedule butts up against my parental responsibilities in a way I'm not really comfortable with.' Trish Sie, most known for directing Step Up: All In and also directing music videos for the alternative rock band OK Go, took over directing duties. Banks still had a heavy hand in developing and producing the film.

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Pitch Perfect 3 is a musical comedy film starring Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, and Brittany Snow. Directed by Trish Sie and co-written by Mike White and Kay Cannon, it is the third installment of the Pitch Perfect franchise and had an estimated budget of $45 million. It was released in the US on December 22, 2017. It grossed $185 million worldwide. While reviews were mixed, the movie became the second-highest-grossing musical comedy movie of all time, falling behind its predecessor Pitch Perfect 2. All three movies in the franchise have made a total of over $400 million worldwide. Other notable stars in the movie are Anna Camp, Hailee Steinfeld, Elizabeth Banks, and John Lithgow.