Written October 07, 2012
I was afraid this might be a case where they show all the funniest parts in the previews. While that may be true tor "Fat Amy" for the most part, there are so many other characters, and stories, that make this movie worth a trip to the theater.
Written October 02, 2012
Every time Rebel Wilson opens her mouth, something hilarious comes out! This movie is like Glee goes to college and gets mashed up with Bridesmaids. I would also call it "Bridesmaids Lite"
Great Ensemble cast, okay writing/editing. Great to see with girlfriends or on a date. Best for females ages 15-30.
Written October 05, 2012
In two words: total cheesefest. However, I mean that in a very complimentary way. I literally laughed out loud multiple times throughout this pitchin' aca-movie. The acting is about what you expect for an acapella version of "Stick It" or "John Tucker Must Die" but that's not bad, it's not going to win you any awards. The plot was a bit wanting and could've actually been a legitimate film with a bit more tweaking, but you still won't leave the theater asking for your money back. It is an absolute delight with jokes galore and music to the max. Anna Kendrick continues earning notches in her belt with me, I still love Brittany Snow (especially since she has been in high school now for about ten years) and the Dane Cook look-alike boyfriend of Beca did a good job also. However, this movie belongs to the supporting cast and namely Rebel Wilson as Fat Amy, Adam DeVine as Bumper and Hana Mae Lee as Lilly. Then there's Elizabeth Banks and John Michael Higgins. See it. Enjoy it. Repeat.
Written October 08, 2012
Hilarious movie... about a Capella singing group. I thought it would be like a 'Step Up' movie, and expected more of such sequences. But,this one leaned more towards the 'American Pie' genre, with some lewd humor. Bottom-line, cute and funny movie.
Written October 17, 2012
I could not stop laughing at this movies one liners. The acting was shaky at some parts, but the movie was so funny I almost had to step out.