Girl power came to an end. Dunno if by the end am more Chloe, Becca or Patricia (or even Aubrey>what with her daddy issues). Becca including her girls in her song as she moves on with her personal career was badass Feminism. Chloe's tears r my tears too: she knows damn well they won't ever meet again. She's the ♡ of the group. Ruby Rose singin' Zombie broke my heart in half. Did they see O'Riordan's death comin'? </3
The now commonplace tragedy of a once fresh film concept is, with every sequel, quality has likely dipped so profoundly that only visible are the vague remnants of what was once was so original. "Pitch Perfect 3" cheapens the formula of its predecessors by turning the female ensemble into a plethora of shallow, catty stereotypes. Throw in DJ Khaled and little musical numbers and you have an egregious sellout sequel.
"Satan has finally left my body. Hi, I'm Esther." An improvement over 2 imo. Makes explicit the connection between corporate imperialism made manifest through cultural exports (like this movie) and establishing global military bases for the United States. Also made me lol