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I believe that all the casts did in fact sing all the songs in the movie. Some are even professional acapellas. From People's Choice Everyone in the films who plays a singing part had to sing a full song for their audition. Any time protagonist Beca, played by Anna Kendrick, was singing alone, she was singing live on set. Kelley Jackle, Adam ...
According to this article from Post Magazine, there were no instruments, but there were guitar, bass, and drum vocalizations, plus a beatbox. With the vocalization technique, apparently you are singing through an instrument, so it is still your voice rather than the instrument that is causing the sound (think Peter Frampton and his talk box). Kevin ...
Jesse's song used the word "it" in its lyrics. Beca's rap riffed off this word. However, her song began with the word "it's" and was therefore deemed invalid on a technicality.
From here: Aubrey Posen is a main character in the first Pitch Perfect film. She was the uptight and traditionalist co-leader of the Bellas. She is constantly critical and insists that The Bellas use the same set list the Bellas have been using for years. She is notorious for vomiting whenever she is under pressure. She is now a graduate of Barden ...
If you're talking about the scene that starts around 1:06:30 (on my copy, anyway) when she's running into the campus radio station and the station manager offers her a slot in the lineup, it looks like it's a remix of Bulletproof by LaRoux and Release Me by Agnes:
The lyrics for song being sung by the Bellas: 'Cause I may be bad, but I'm perfectly good at it Sex in the air, I don't care, I love the smell of it ... and by the Trebles: Sex, baby. Let's talk about you and me. So it looks kosher to me as the guy riffed off the next word, sex, which was just about to be sung.
This is an overdramatized and irrational generalization that is often made by persons who assume that they have a right to be in someone's life when that person interests them. There is no justification for what he says, and in the context of our society's history this could be seen as a male-/ego-centric trope of the asserted assumption of the necessity of ...
Firstly, Beca wanted to go to Los Angeles and become a music producer but her father refuses it and forces her to become a student at Barden University in Georgia. If you've observed Beca's character keenly, in the beginning she's a recluse and doesn't want to make any friends. On the other hand, Jesse likes Beca and wants to make her a socially acceptable ...
After listening to the soundtrack for this movie, I firmly believe now that this may have been a directorial mistake. In the soundtrack, the Treble's steal the song at the appropriate time. However, as stated, in the movie, it's about 4 or 5 words too late.
Beca sang "it's going down," and not it from "it feels like the first time," therefore causing them to lose the competition.
Jesse sang "it feels like the first time" and Beca's song started off with "it's going down...", deeming it invalid.
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