10 ‘Pitch Perfect’ lines we’re still quoting today

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Some of you might have avoided Pitch Perfect when it was first released, dismissing it as a cynical attempt to tap into Glee’s popularity. But if you did that, then not only were you horrendously wrong with your assumption, but you also missed out on one of the funniest comedies of recent years. You’re just lucky that it grossed $113 million, and now we’re set to be privy to a sequel

Hopefully by this point you’ve admitted the error of your ways and you’re more than aware of Pitch Perfect‘s wit and uplifting aura, which resulted in it being a cinematic delight that all the family can enjoy in unison. The main reason for this success deserves to be laid at the door of Kay Cannon, the writer of Pitch Perfect who — having honed her craft on the likes of 30 Rock and New Girl — was able to adjust her voice for cinematic confines with ease Read more…

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