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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 ...

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