Regardless of your movie tastes, if you like to laugh you should watch this Blu-ray extra

By Keith Staskiewicz
Updated January 04, 2013 at 05:00 AM EST
  • Movie

Even if Smash makes you want to smash your TV and Glee actually fills you with rage, there’s still a decent chance you’ll like Pitch Perfect (2012, 1 hr., 52 mins., PG-13), a raucous comedy set in the world of college a cappella. And an even better chance you’ll love the disc’s Line-o-Rama, a collection of outtakes and unused bits of in-character improv. Unsurprisingly, it’s dominated by Australian comedian Rebel Wilson as Fat Amy, the movie’s funniest character. Whether she’s talking smack (”I heard they call you Bumper Sticker because even up close you’re not funny”) or trying to be inspirational to her troupemates (”I’d do anything for you guys. Except for running, jogging, or climbing stairs.”), Wilson’s got all the best lines. Especially in the Blu-ray’s ”Aca-Inappropriate Line-o-Rama,” in which she helpfully explains how she eats a sausage roll. Hint: It’s not with a fork.

Pitch Perfect

  • Movie
  • PG-13
  • 105 minutes
  • Jason Moore