‘Pitch Perfect” is a lively, likable movie. I’m not saying that out of a fear of sounding like a curmudgeonly granny who has to Google “peach slapped” to know what it means — but there’s always that risk.
The same description could be applied to “High School Musical,” TV series “Glee” and others. In fact, anything falls into this category that makes cinematic square footage out of teenagers and cleavage or cleavage and teenagers breaking into song and dance at the slightest provocation. All I’m saying is that one must proceed with caution with vehicles like these (not to mention covering up the embarrassment of having to look up “peach slapped”).