Pitch Perfect (Sing-Along)

Pitch Perfect (Sing-Along)
Pitch Perfect (Sing-Along)

Year

2012

Duration

107 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Musicals, Romance

Language

English

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Synopsis

When Beca arrives at Barden University, she plans to keep a low profile, wary of the culture of casual nastiness and ultra-competitiveness. However, when she accidentally lets slip she can sing, she is recruited by the Bellas - an a capella singing group. Through her involvement in their efforts to beat their male counterparts in the campus music competition, Beca finds friendship, respect and self-confidence. She helps the group members to not only freshen up their repertoire, but also find new ways to stamp their own individual identities on the performance. Musical comedy with humour, drama and plenty of girl power! This DVD is a Sing-Along edition featuring on-screen lyrics.

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12 Classification

Contains moderate language and frequent moderate sex references.

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