Such a Police Academy analogy works for this film. The constant push to retread familiar ground is only met by the constant need to cram cameos at every moment of the film. The movie succeeds when it leans into its established characters and works on the Bellas’ relationship. Far too often, the film feels like girl power, joke, musical number, joke, Bumper mugging, Rebel Wilson being fat, girl power and music.[/text_block_nav][text_block_nav title=”Conclusion”]The film isn’t a successful narrative ala the first one. It is a tried and true fast food formula crafted for a dwindling theatrical audience that would rather pirate the film than support it. But, the opening weekend worked because everybody went out with their girls to go see it. I had a rather mean rant here about Anna Kendrick’s resting bitch face pose that she chose for the marketing of the film. Ultimately, I can’t be bothered to care any further about this film.[/text_block_nav]
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