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Pitch Perfect 2

2015
110 Mins

The all-singing, all-bitching Bellas are back and aiming to end their college days as America's undefeated a cappella champs. Unfortunately, when Fat Amy (Rebel Wilson) suffers a wardrobe malfunction during a command performance, the Bellas are banned from the national circuit. Their only way back is to win the World Championships - which no American group has ever done. But as they face their greatest challenge, leader Beca (Anna Kendrick) doesn't appear to have her head in the game. Maintaining the upward beat of the original, Hunger Games star Elizabeth Banks makes her directorial debut with an infectious megamix of snappy showdowns, sisterly bonding and downright silliness. Encore!

Director: Elizabeth Banks

Starring: Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Hailee Steinfeld, Brittany Snow, Skylar Astin, John Michael Higgins, Elizabeth Banks

Genres: Comedy

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