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Saturday, December 22, 2012

This is 40 Review. Movie Has It's Moments

This is 40 Review
By: MattInRC

The funny but unnecessarily-long This is 40 has its moments, just not enough of them to recommend it.

For a film starring the director's wife and kids and consisting of the same creative team that made 40-Year-Old Virgin, one would think the rom-com This is 40 would have everything it needed to tell the funniest personal love story in recent memory. Set up not as a sequel but a spinoff, This is 40 picks up several years after the events of Knocked Up, following the couple Pete (Paul Rudd, I Love You, Man) and Debbie (Leslie Mann, Last Man Standing) as they deal with the doldrums of marriage and family. Slowly, the couple has grown distant towards each other, as Pete has started his own record label, while Debbie runs an independent clothing store. Meanwhile, their two girls (Apatow's real-life daughters) are connected to the digital world, content to answer Facebook posts rather than speak to each other. But underneath the sheen of a beautfiul home and successful careers, there's too many cracks to keep the foundation from failing: Debbie is a closet smoker, while Pete is hiding his record label's financial problems. It's the new American family, connected in every way but personal; something has to give and soon it does. Setting off a chain of funny but mostly uncomfortable scenes, family issues begin to creep into their relationship, courtesy of Pete's mooching father (Albert Brooks, Finding Nemo) and Debbie's attempts to reconnect with her biological father (John Lithgow, Third Rock from the Sun). As Pete's 40th birthday arrives, our couple must make a decision to either re-ignite their commitment to one another or walk away from everything.

This is 40 feels more like a sequel to John Cusack's classic High Fidelity than Knocked Up, filled with enjoyable albeit obscure music and trying desperately to say funny and intelligent things along the way. The trouble comes not from the hilarious but scattered gags or the awkward parental situations but in its 135-minute runtime, which sucks up any momentum with ineffective dissertations about the importance of family and love, and eating right. This is 40 could have competed with Ted for best comedy of the year. Unfortunately, the script by Writer/Producer/Director Judd Apatow (40 Year Old Virgin) lingers through too many scenes like a party guest who won't leave even after repeated cues from the host. Blame should also be placed on Editor Brent White (Anchorman), who should have taken greater care to balance what eventually becomes too much dramedy for its own good. Apatow is at his best when he encourages Rudd, Mann, and Bridesmaids co-star Melissa McCarthy to ad-lib, producing some terrific gut-busting humor. But as soon as we're done laughing, we're thrown back into the serious relationship angle as our couple considers divorce or deals with yet another manufactured difficulty. Charming.

Mann might be the funniest thing about 40, comfortable to bust out a snarky comment one minute then hit us with her dazzling smile the next. She doesn't have a lot of memorable films to her name, but 40 should give her the comedic street cred she deserves to secure better roles. For now, her presence dominates most scenes she's in, which is a welcomed surprise. The supporting cast is serviceable but ultimately fails to elicit anything beyond a mere chuckle. Even the appearance of career wrecker Megan Fox (Transformers) as a prostitute seems out of place, although her lingerie scene with Mann will keep the guys focused if only for a moment. Memo to Fox: if this what your career has become, it might be time to raise your child and call your career. We've seen so many examples this year of directors who take on too many duties - This is 40 does nothing but strengthen my belief that directors can doom their project before shooting commences. While it's not uncommon for people like Apatow to bring along staff from previous projects, it's clear that this particular mix, combined with an overly fattened script, clouded his judgement about what and where to cut. Too bad, because this film had so much potential.

In the end, This is 40 isn't terrible, but it's not memorable either. You'll laugh a lot, but also catch yourself hoping for a quicker finish than the film produces. It's this incompatibility which ultimately dooms things, making us hope that Pete and Debbie would either get laid more or just get a divorce. Audiences shouldn't have to make such choices; and while it's selfish for us to admit, it's par for the course for this self-serving film. This is 40 is rated R for nudity and more sexual situations than one can count. Skip the theater and wait for the rental.

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Friday, December 21, 2012

Early Concept Art From The Avengers

It might've ended up as one of the biggest hits of the year, but director Joss Whedon and company had some big decisions to make during the development of The Avengers. How should the new characters look? What about the massive battle in downtown New York? Now, thanks to some early concept art, we know how Marvel's magnum opus evolved.

Several pieces of concept art generated by artist Andy Park have been released online, many of which were featured in the recent book The Art of Marvel's The Avengers, and they reveal some of the earliest designs for characters like Hawkeye and Agent Maria Hill. It's interesting to see the tweaks made to the classic comic looks compared to how it ended up on screen.

Some of the cooler pics are the designs for Thanos in space and the alien attack on Manhattan, both of which look fairly similar to what made it into the finished product.

Park has released dozens of images on his official website, which is well worth a look.

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Guardians Of the Galaxy Casting News. Zachary Levi In The Lead To Play Star-Lord

Just before Hollywood shuts down for the holidays, Marvel Studios has narrowed its shortlist of actors to star in James Gunn's "Guardians of the Galaxy," with Zachary Levi and Jim Sturgess still in contention to play team leader Peter Quill. Better known as Star-Lord, Quill is the son of a human mother and alien father. A charming troublemaker who serves as an interplanetary policeman, Quill leads a rag-tag group of superheroes (Drax the Destroyer, a raccoon named Rocket and a sword-wielding woman named Gamora) in an effort to protect the solar system from an evil alien race. The character isn't as well known as other Marvel superheroes such as Iron Man, Captain America or Thor, but Quill is still a plum role for thesps looking to boost their international profile.

Marvel reportedly made test deals with five potential leading men several weeks ago, though "Cloud Atlas" star Sturgess is the only one from that list to remain in contention. Levi was not featured on the initial group, though sources tell Variety that Marvel has a lot of faith in the "Chuck" star, who plays a supporting role in "Thor: The Dark World."

Levi stepped in to replace Joshua Dallas as Fandral, one of the Warriors Three, in the comicbook sequel, and Marvel is said to be impressed with his "Guardians" test and open to continuing their relationship. Marvel has had its eye on Levi for a while, as he had been in talks to play Fandral in the original "Thor" before NBC decided to order more episodes of "Chuck."

"Guardians of the Galaxy" is among the more humorous properties in Marvel's stable, and Levi has proved his comedy chops over the course of five seasons as the star of NBC's "Chuck."

Sturgess has much more experience as a leading man on the bigscreen with starring turns in Robert Luketic's "21," Peter Weir's "The Way Back" and in Julie Taymor's "Across the Universe." He also showed off his range playing multiple characters in WB's "Cloud Atlas" and has also already led a team of guardians, having voiced the lead role in Zack Snyder's animated pic "Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole."

While Levi and Sturgess remain frontrunners to play Star-Lord, sources caution that an unnamed third actor may be tested after the holidays. As for the other actors who reportedly inked test deals, none are hurting for work: Eddie Redmaybe is in negotiations to join Wachowski Starship's big-budget sci-fi pic "Jupiter Ascending," while Joel Edgerton recently signed on to play the villain opposite Natalie Portman and Michael Fassbender in Lynne Ramsay's "Jane Got a Gun."

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THE IMPOSSIBLE Review. Movie Does Event Justice


RAMA is back with another review.

The criticism around this movie is targeted on the fact that it’s about a tourist family, rich folks having vacation and their vacation suddenly goes awry and people think THE IMPOSSIBLE doesn't do enough to emphasize that the locals who serve these tourists were devastated by the natural tragedy too. I think it’s an unfair criticism and I’ll explain why..

Based on the true story of one family’s survival of the 2004 tsunami, THE IMPOSSIBLE stars Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor and is directed by J.A. Bayona (THE ORPHANAGE). Maria (Naomi Watts), Henry (Ewan McGregor) and their three sons begin their winter vacation in Thailand, looking forward to a few days in tropical paradise. But on the morning of December 26th, as the family relaxes around the pool after their Christmas festivities the night before, a terrifying roar rises up from the center of the earth. As Maria freezes in fear, a huge wall of black water races across the hotel grounds toward her.

The reason that it is not fair to judge the movie that way is because there are different ways, different perspective of approaching this and this happens to tell it in a tourist family point of view, and that specific area in Thailand happens to be a tourist site and a resort. And the fact that not just the events were true, the family is also based on a real family, what they went through actually happened, all that adds to the realism that this film has done marvelously.

The tsunami scenes look ten times more realistic and more affecting than the CG tsunami in Clint Eastwood’s Hereafter. I’m glad the producer and director Juan Antonio Bayona went with designing a huge water tank and putting their actors to the test, and because of that, the actors’ performances also come off more genuine.

You can’t help but applaud the special effects and practical effects team that went above and beyond to recreate a grueling environment, throwing debris all over the place, the whole thing looks like it could’ve been filmed the day after the actual Tsunami occurred in Dec. 2004, it was that convincing. As far as the locals go, the script doesn’t forget about them, it doesn’t neglect them or turn them into some kind of second class element, the Thai people in this film are portrayed as heroes, saviors, they put themselves out on the line to rescue everyone, if any, this film actually gives great reputation to an already friendly nation.

Other films would probably choose to shoot the production in different locations like Hawaii as a stand in for Thailand but that’s not the case with THE IMPOSSIBLE, they wanted the actual ground zero to be just as much part of the film, I’m sure most of the Thai people featured in the film were live witnesses when the tragedy happened back in 2004 and they have strong connection. There’s not much dialogue in this film and things get quite brutal and graphic. Screenwriter Sergio Sanchez once told me that the description was actually more brutal on the pages than the final print on the screen, but it’s necessary that the film doesn’t shy away from the devastation.

Perhaps that’s my only reservation, that at times I wonder if the film is just trying to see how much more brutal it can get or how much it can push or show, which leads me to also wonder if the award buzz around Naomi Watts’ is well-deserved or perhaps those praises should be directed more towards the makeup folks who did a grand job of making her look battered, bloodied, and bruised.

Having said that, I do commend Watts for carrying the film, for enduring such physically demanding work and that should definitely count for something. She’s always been an actress who’s good at or is not afraid of tackling emotionally heavy, dark roles and you can see as Maria, Watts faces this head on. I think Tom Holland and Ewan McGregor deserve just as much credit because their roles just show the true colors of their abilities as actors.

I think THE IMPOSSIBLE could work better without some of its moments that are there obviously designed solely to make you cry, and it could work better if there’s more solid dialogue perhaps in the interactions between Holland and the people that he helps in the hospital. But THE IMPOSSIBLE has done the true story and the true tragic event justice, that is until the next Tsunami drama from a different point of view comes along.

GRADE: 4 out of 5

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Win Tickets to An Advance Screening For GANGSTER SQUAD In Sacramento

In Theaters January 11, 2013

Win your tickets to see an advance screening for GANGSTER SQUAD! The screening is on January 7, 2013 at 7:30 PM at Century Stadium 14 in Sacramento.

GANGSTER SQUAD is an upcoming crime film directed by Ruben Fleischer, from a screenplay written by Will Beall, starring Josh Brolin, Ryan Gosling, Nick Nolte, Emma Stone, Frank Grillo, Michael Papajohn, and Sean Penn.

It is the story of LAPD Detectives who are attempting to keep Los Angeles free of gangsters during the 1940s and '50s.11A chronicle of the LAPD's fight to keep East Coast Mafia types out of Los Angeles in the 1940s and 50s as six police officers and detectives must protect the law by breaking it by taking on Mickey Cohen and his gang.


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New Trailer For The Great Gatsby

The new trailer for Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby has splashed down in a riot of style and a little more substance on how his 3D interpretation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel will play out.

The focus this time is firmly on Leonardo DiCaprio's mysterious millionaire, Jay Gatsby. Soundtracked again by Kanye and Jay-Z's 'No Church In The Wild', we see him speeding his banana yellow Duisenberg through New York, Tobey Maguire's wide-eyed Nick Carraway in tow, shaking hands, scratching backs and pulling off shady deals that keep him in shirts, champagne and spectacular parties.

There's more of Meyer Wolfsheim, a shadowy figure inspired by real-life Jewish gangster Arnold Rothstein, played here by Bollywood great Amitabh Bachchan. And then there's Daisy Buchanan (Carey Mulligan) herself, Gatz's long lost love and his tragic flaw.

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First Image From "The World's End"

To mark the end of principal photography and, we like to think, as a Christmas present to fans, Simon Pegg has tweeted the first official still from The World's End, his reunion with director Edgar Wright and Nick Frost. It's the story of an apocalyptic pub crawl (aren't they all?) and so seems singularly suited for today when, er, no apocalypse has actually occurred despite predictions.

The film sees Pegg play a slacker who reunites a group of friends to finish the pub crawl they abandoned years ago. Unfortunately, they're interrupted by some sort of large-scale event marking the end of days. Which is even more of a downer than an ill-timed chunder in your evening plans.

This still shows Pegg's slightly Goth look, which couldn't be more of a contrast to Hot Fuzz's clean-cut Nick Angel. He's surrounded by the rest of the gang - Nick Frost, Martin Freeman, Eddie Marsan and Paddy Considine. We are, naturally, looking forward to seeing this final instalment of the Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy.

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Merry Christmas From "Carrie"

Thanks to Sony for the Christmas Card. Thought I would share it with you all.

Carrie is an upcoming 2013 American supernatural horror film. It is the third film adaptation of Stephen King's 1974 novel of the same name, and a remake of Brian De Palma's 1976 film of the same name, although it will more closely follow the novel. It stars Chloƫ Grace Moretz as Carrie White, and Julianne Moore as her mother, Margaret White. The film is scheduled to be released on March 15, 2013

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Let Fury Have The Hour DVD Review By: MattInRC

Let Fury Have The Hour DVD Review
By: MattInRC

Let Fury Have the Hour is self-congratulatory and one-sided, existing more to waste our time than to educate us.

Antonino D'Ambrosio's Let Fury Have the Hour tries to fashion itself as a moving documentary against right-wing politics by featuring musicians and artists who've thrived during the conservative movement of the past 30 years. Instead, the film does more to expose his overly-liberal views, cheapening the final product and making us wonder if he realizes just how poorly put-together his film looks and feels. Featuring acts like Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine) and rapper Chuck D, as well as variety of lesser known social activists, there's nothing new or inventive about Fury. It's filled with random (and manipulated) stock footage, looking no better than an MSNBC true-crime documentary that employs the same tired resources.

If D'Ambrosio's message is that governments try to sway people by fear or intimidation, we get it; but we don't need this confusing production, missing any sort of clear delivery, to remind us of something we already knew. If governments are somehow the center of people's problems - D'Ambrosio suggests - then punk rock, skateboarding, and street art are the keys to bringing it down. I can only guess this is what he desires audiences to take away, because anything else would have been too difficult to mine from it. Just like the counter-culture of the 60's, we always seem to be in a period where artists demand our attention to the larger issues facing the world, to see things differently and then act upon what we see. I get that music and art in general are perfect conduits towards this lofty goal, but I also argue that far better vehicles exist than Fury to gain sufficient inspiration. By the end of this 85-minute act of self-service, you're not entirely sure what you've seen, but you know you don't like it, not because it challenges but that it simply bores.

Thomas Jefferson once said, "All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent." Given current political and societal trends, I would agree; but embarking upon an effort to change the world by using Let Fury Have the Hour as inspiration is not the place to start. Regardless if one supports this cause, you'll be frustrated by its lack of clarity. Skip this one.

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Final Poster For SIDE EFFECTS

Open Road Films has just released the new poster for Steven Soderbergh's final theatrical film, SIDE EFFECTS. With the holidays right around the corner, get your readers excited for the February 8th psychological thriller, starring Rooney Mara, Channing Tatum, Jude Law and Catherine Zeta-Jones. Check out the SIDE EFFECTS final poster above.

SIDE EFFECTS is a provocative thriller about Emily and Martin (Rooney Mara and Channing Tatum), a successful New York couple whose world unravels when a new drug prescribed by Emily's psychiatrist (Jude Law) – intended to treat anxiety – has unexpected side effects.

CAST: JUDE LAW (Sherlock Holmes, Contagion, upcoming The Last Voyage of Demeter), ROONEY MARA (The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, The Social Network, upcoming Lawless), CATHERINE ZETA-JONES (Chicago, Ocean’s Twelve, upcoming Playing the Field) and CHANNING TATUM (Magic Mike, G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, upcoming G.I. Joe: Retaliation).

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Thursday, December 20, 2012

This Is The End Trailer Starring Rogen, Franco, Hill, McBride Robinson & Baruchel

According to the Mayan calendar, the world is supposed to end on Dec. 21. If that happens, audiences won't get to see "This Is The End," which is too bad since it looks really, really funny.

Watch the very R-rated "This Is The End" trailer below, with a special introduction from Rogen and Franco.

Some backstory: Previously called "Jay & Seth Vs. The Apocalypse" and "The End of the World," "This Is The End" started as a short film starring Seth Rogen and Jay Baruchel as versions of themselves dealing with the end of time. "This Is The End" expands on that premise, making Rogen, Baruchel, Jonah Hill, Craig Robinson, James Franco and Danny McBride survivors of the apocalypse, which strikes during a Hollywood party at Franco's place. (Sorry, Michael Cera and Jason Segel, both mentioned as fatalities in the clip.) More deaths likely follow, and judging from the very R-rated trailer above, they will be violent. Here's co-star Baruchel speaking to io9 back in January of 2010:

The one thing that I can say -- that was my pitch, my idea, that I think we'll end up doing, because it would be foolish not to -- I want a recurring joke, because it takes place in Los Angeles, and there's a lot of famous people in Los Angeles, I want a bunch of cameos, but I just want them to be corpses. I want them to be like, "Oh god there's Will Smith's dead body in the corner!" And it would actually be him. So that's my recurring joke for the movie: I want there to be a lot of dead famous people in it. 

If celebrity carnage isn't what you find funny, "This Is The End" also features meta jokes about Rogen's acting and Franco's sexuality.

The film was co-written and co-directed by Rogen and Evan Goldberg, his partner on "Superbad."

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Anchorman 2 Has A Release Date

Paramount has announced the wide release date for the sequel to the 2004 Will Ferrell-starring comedy: December 20, 2013. Anchorman: The Legend Continues brings back Ferrell, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd and David Koechner and was announced in March.

Paramount took over from DreamWorks, which did the first film, after DreamWorks departed the studio. Anchorman 2 will be produced under Judd Apatow’s banner with Ferrell’s and Adam McKay’s Gary Sanchez Productions.

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New Iron Man 3 Image. Tony Is Beat Up

If there's one thing the world can take from Iron Man 3's trailers and stills so far, it's that our man Tony Stark doesn't have the best time of it after the events of The Avengers.

He may have got the girl now, but the top of Stark tower is in ruins and now his Californian pile has been totally Lethal Weapon 2-ed by Ben Kingsley's The Mandarin. Then there are the shots of everyone's favorite genius billionaire playboy philanthropist in a seriously duffed up suit.

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A guessing man would presume this is after Tony's been blasted into the water and before he takes off his armour and carries it on a sled through the snow. But that's what a guessing man would say.

Non guessing men (or women, for that matter) will have to wait until further details come to light.

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CRAWLSPACE Opens Everywhere January 4, 2013

IFC MIDNIGHT Presents CRAWLSPACE A film by Justin Dix. Starring Amber Clayton, Ditch Davey, Eddie Baroo, Peta Sergeant, Fletcher Humphrys and Nicholas Bell.

CRAWLSPACE will be available in select theaters, on IFC Midnight Cable VOD & Digital Outlets (SundanceNOW, iTunes, Amazon Streaming, XBOX Zune, Playstation Unlimited) on Friday, January 4, 2013.

Deep in the heart of the unforgiving Australian desert lies Pine Gap, a top-secret government facility operated by the United States military. When the base comes under attack from unknown forces, an elite team is sent in to extract the military scientists. They encounter a beautiful young woman with no memory of how she came to be in the base, and find it overrun by disturbed patients from the base’s medical sector.

But as the squad delves deeper it becomes clear that there is something far more sinister – and far more dangerous – going on at Pine Gap. A taut thriller that recalls the best classic sci-fi action films, Crawlspace is the feature debut of Justin Dix – an award winning special effects supervisor who has worked with George Lucas and Roger Donaldson.

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First Image From PARANOIA Starring Hemsworth, Ford & Oldman

On behalf of Relativity Media, we are excited to share with you a brand new image from Liam Hemsworth's upcoming high stakes thriller, PARANOIA. One costly mistake lands an ordinary man in the center of a dangerous corporate game that is ultimately life threatening.

Also starring Gary Oldman, Harrison Ford, Lucas Till, and Amber Heard, PARANOIA opens in theaters everywhere October 4th, 2013.

In this high-stakes thriller, Adam Cassidy (Liam Hemsworth) is a regular guy trying to get ahead in his entry-level job at Wyatt Corporation. But after one costly mistake, Adam’s ruthless CEO, Nicholas Wyatt (Gary Oldman), forces him to spy on corporate rival, Jock Goddard (Harrison Ford), Wyatt’s old mentor. Adam soon finds himself occupying the corner office and living the life of his dreams. However, behind the scenes, he is simply a pawn in Wyatt’s corporate game and realizes he must ultimately find a way out from under his boss who will stop at nothing, even murder, to win a multi-billion dollar advantage

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TEXAS CHAINSAW 3D Gallery & Screening Information

On Tuesday, VICE launched the Gallery of Horrors: Original Art & Video Inspired by TEXAS CHAINSAW 3D. An incredible range of renowned artists were chosen to create posters and videos inspired-by TEXAS CHAINSAW 3D, the latest installment in one of the most celebrated horror franchises of all time.

Today, in celebration of #ChainsawThursdays, Tumblr and Vice have partnered to bring the Gallery of Horrors to fans online AND at the theater. Tumblr is presenting ten special events on Thursday, January 3, 2013 at 10pm where audiences will receive an exclusive limited edition screen print from the Gallery of Horrors, custom 3D glasses from RealD, and introductions to the film from select members of the film’s cast. Check out the exclusive new poster featuring art from the Gallery of Horrors on the Lionsgate official Tumblr blog #Lionsgate.

Advance screening locations and talent appearances will be announced daily on #Lionsgate, over the next ten days. Check out the first location now live! The Lionsgate Tumblr page, which is a community built to showcase and reward the incredible artistic community on Tumblr, is encouraging fans to tag their own inspired art for TEXAS CHAINSAW 3D with #TerrifyTumblr. The best of the best will be featured on the Lionsgate community and the top ten creators chosen by Lionsgate will win screen prints of their own work.

TEXAS CHAINSAW 3D opens nationwide January 4, 2013!!

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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

PITCH PERFECT Blu-Ray Giveaway

Tis the season of giving. Universal Pictures Home Entertainment has provide me with not one copy but 5 copies of PITCH PERFECT(Special Blu-Ray/DVD combo pack) to giveaway.

This has to be my surprise movie of the year.  It is on my 2012 Must see movie list for sure.

Based on Mickey Rapkin's non-fiction novel "PITCH PERFECT." Rapkin, senior editor at GQ magazine, spent a season covering competitive collegiate a cappella. He followed the groups from Tufts University, the University of Oregon and the University of Virginia, writing about the singing, groupies, partying and rivalries. The story follows an all-girls a cappella group who rebuilds so they can make their way to the championship and take on the boys.

The film stars Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Brittany Snow, Anna Camp, Christopher Mintz-Plasse and Elizabeth Banks.

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