An Overview Of The Movie Pitch Perfect

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Directed by Jason Moore and screenplay written by Kay Cannon, Pitch Perfect is one of the funniest films to watch and the nations’ number one cappella comedy. There was a special screening of the film, which aired on September 25, 2012, at LSU Student Union Theater, which turned out to be a great success. Approximately, half of the students that stood in line got in to see the movie as it sold out. Since there were more students waiting to see the movie, a second show aired right after the first show ended. This hilarious film made over thirteen million dollars, which is phenomenal. The production budget of Pitch Perfect cost about seventeen million dollars. This film gives an in site and a better understanding of college life. This film gives examples of confidence, courage, and lasting friendships college students endure. Students are able to gain the knowledge and strength to be able to go out and achieve more after college. Master college like teachers, parents and alumni graduates say it is best to join the activities and clubs that are available. When being active it gives students the ability to make friends and display their talents. These talented people would use their vocals and make beats to enter in competitions, with hopes of being the best group. They are really just a group of people who sing a bunch of title songs.
This hilarious film is about a girl name Beca, which is a freshman, who goes off to college at Barden University because her father wants her to have a good education and an experience of college life. Of course, like most teenagers, that was not what she wanted to do. Her thought was to move to Los Angles and work at a record label company, and eventually she would become successful of what she desired which was music. “Confidence comes not from always being right but from not fearing to be wrong.” To spite her feelings she done what her father asked of her instead. Upon their agreement, Beca was to go at least a year and if she did not feel the need to continue college, her father would support her move to Los Angeles. Beca eventually became confident enough to put herself out there by getting a job at the radio station. She made a friend where she work, which was a student at the college, named Jesse. Beca personality was rather gothic like who was very outspoken. She was the type who would give an opinion about something even when she is not asked. Most Universities participate in sports and academics but at Barden University, they have a trademark in the movie as cappella group singing. Every year they would sing the same song, “I saw the sign.” Beca started to try to fit in at college so she tried out for the Barden Bellas.
“The key to change...is to let go of fear.” One would need to be courageous to be able to sing in front of group of people, especially when you are auditioning for a spot in the group, but not Beca. She tried out and got accepted in the group with no problem at all. It was as if she had a...

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