Anna Kendrick, center, in a scene from "Pitch Perfect 3."
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Sorry, Pitches, but it's a good thing "Pitch Perfect 3" is billed as the farewell tour for this musical franchise. It hasn't jumped the shark, exactly, but it does send its singing Bellas jumping off an exploding yacht – because that's what a cappella competitions are about!Many of the funny lines feel forced and the whole film seems like it's trying too hard.The performances dazzle (director Trish Sie is a veteran of music videos), Anna Kendrick has a gorgeous voice and Rebel Wilson soars, her character Fat Amy no longer just the butt of every obvious joke about body size.The Bellas graduated from college in "Pitch Perfect 2," so there are no more a cappella competitions for them.
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