‘Pitch Perfect’ Trailer: ‘Glee’ a College Years?
What do we get when we take “Twilight” star Anna Kendrick, supplement a lurch of “Glee,” brew in some 90′s cocktail song and set it all in front of a bludgeon-you-over-the-head conflict of a sexes? Apparently, we get “Pitch Perfect.”
The trailer is out for a arriving low-pitched comedy, that is receiving some hum given it’s flattering most “Glee: The Movie – The College Years.” It even has a stage in that a impression discovers that another impression can sing in a shower, that is what happened in “Glee.”
The tract is this: Anna Kendrick plays a new college tyro who is pulled onto a all-female a capella group, that takes partial in an annual competition. Of course, they’re sum underdogs, though Kendrick is there to learn them some things about being irritable and unique.
Parts of a trailer are a bit confusing. Why does Kendick protest about nothing of a choir’s songs being from this decade, afterwards lift out Blackstreet’s “No Diggity” in a large moment? That song’s from a 90′s, girl. Yeah, I’m not happy about it either.
Other pieces are a small cringe-worthy. There’s a flattering extended conflict of a sexes going, with a clearly one-dimensional bad man and some flattering lowered stakes. If we schooled anything from “Glee,” it’s that articulate about Regionals doesn’t always cut it in terms of creation your characters’ goals large enough.