By Hannah Woodhead
The final film in Kay Cannon’s trilogy about a group of singing friends is more awk-apella than a cappella.
By Cormac O'Brien
The further acapella antics from the Barden Bellas in this Elizabeth Banks-directed comedy sequel.
By David Jenkins
A glossy, super lightweight comedy on collegiate a capella tournaments is saved by a few stunning moments.
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