Overall Rank: 1204
Average Rating: 2.9/4
# of Ratings: 127
Theatrical Release Date: 10/05/2012
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 12/18/2012
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Jason Moore
Actors: Elizabeth Banks, Anna Kendrick, Alexis Knapp, Rebel Wilson, Brittany Snow, Christopher Mintz-Plasse
Plot: Two a cappella groups vie for supremacy, sparking an all-out war but a rebellious girl looking to escape her unhappy school life may tip the scales when she decides to join in. -- Chris Kavan
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Gabe - wrote on 05/19/2016
It's not the world beating movie that some think it it, but it's fun and does have some good musical numbers. I'm not a Rebel Wilson fan, but she's very good as her sarcastic funny self. The film doesn't reveal anything new about this genre, it doesn't really do anything special, it's just a good, well put together film. And, let's be honest, the best part of this film is Elizabeth Banks (Gail) and John Michael Higgins (John) commentary.
Indyfreak - wrote on 07/23/2014
People are going nutz over this movie. Yea it's got good musical numbers and some great jokes but there's such a mean-spiritedness behind it that it leaves a bad taste in your mouth.
Matthew Brady - wrote on 03/18/2014
Okay this movie is not perfect but it's fun as hell when they started singing. Two a cappella groups vie for supremacy, sparking an all-out war but a rebellious girl looking to escape her unhappy school life may tip the scales when she decides to join in. I mean the actors and the crew who sing in the movie really can sing in really life.
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MovieAddict - wrote on 08/30/2013
"I sometimes have a feeling I can do crystal meth, but then I think, mmm... better not."
Beca (Anna Kendrick), a freshman at the fictional Barden University is an aspiring DJ who wants more than anything to be a music producer but her dad makes her go to college first. Whilst there she decides to join the school's all-female vocal ensemble Barden Bellas, led by the authoritarian Aubrey (Anna Camp) who's hell-bent on taking the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella. Problem is everyone is tired of Aubrey’s old-school ways and never- ending performances of Ace of Bass' "The Sign."It's clear that the Bellas need to come up with a new routine if they want to win it all.
The Bellas' arch rival is the all-boys group, the Treblemakers who are the favorite to win the …
Rod - wrote on 04/14/2013
An aspiring disc jockey, Beca, enters school with music on her mind. But she never thought of joining an a cappella group until she finds herself in an all-female one.
Fine. The voices are all cute and really entertaining, but we have to admit that this movie did not offer something BIG (except fat amy, lol, btw I love her!). Plus, isn't it obvious that the "a cappella" songs are somewhat mixed with some accompaniment, especially the last performance.
ANNNA KENDRICK. I was really surprised although I heard she is really talented, I just never thought she could sing. I knew her as the girl from twilight but obviously, she as "Beca" is WAY BETTER ACTRESS than the one who played "Bella".
I did not expect for a good turn out of the story, how it would end. BUT MAN, IF I WAS …
Lee - wrote on 01/05/2013
If you like the tv show 'Glee' by all means watch this....Cause that's exactly what it is..loads of singing with a bit of drama included. Twilight star Anna Kendrick portrays Beca The film revolves around the Bellas, an all-female a cappella group from Barden University. Reeling from a humiliating loss at the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella highlighted by Aubrey vomiting about 19 gallons, the group struggles to find new members the next year.
Beca (Anna Kendrick), a Barden freshman, has no desire to go to college, but is forced to attend by her father, a professor at the university. Wishing to instead move to Los Angeles to pursue a career in music production, she takes up an internship at the school radio station, where she meets fellow freshman Jesse (Skylar …
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