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After winning the World Championships, the Barden Bellas have gone their separate ways to each try and make it in the music business, with little success. When an opportunity to reunite presents itself, the group do so for one final time, heading on an overseas tour to Europe to support US troops. But the a cappella group find that they have new competition in the form of fresh talent who combine their free-form singing style with instruments, while frontwoman Becca must make a crucial career decision of her own. ‘Pitch Perfect 3’ is a fun film about friendship and creativity, serving as an emotional goodbye for the inspirational girl group.
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Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Pitch Perfect 3 and Molly's Game are also in cinemas, with Dunkirk, Logan Lucky and Everything, Everything out on DVD.
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