19. 'Pitch Perfect'

Anna Kendrick's charm counts for a lot, but the actress is no match for a mean-spirited movie that promotes condescension rather than inclusion. The characters in "Pitch Perfect" almost never connect to the music and are never developed outside of their one identifiable trait (the hot one, the fat one, etc.). A simultaneous rip-off of "Bring It On" and "Drumline," "Pitch Perfect" is, to follow the film's style of joke-writing, an aca-tastrophe. <br><br><a target="_blank" href="http://www.redeyechicago.com/entertainment/movies/redeye-movie-review-pitch-perfect-20120926,0,6584656.column"><b>Click here for our full review</b></a>

( September 27, 2012 )

Anna Kendrick's charm counts for a lot, but the actress is no match for a mean-spirited movie that promotes condescension rather than inclusion. The characters in "Pitch Perfect" almost never connect to the music and are never developed outside of their one identifiable trait (the hot one, the fat one, etc.). A simultaneous rip-off of "Bring It On" and "Drumline," "Pitch Perfect" is, to follow the film's style of joke-writing, an aca-tastrophe.

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