‘Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin’ review: The a cappella adventures continue with Adam Devine’s man-child Bumper

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The original “Pitch Perfect” movie came out 10 years ago, full of winking bombast about competing collegiate a cappella groups with their love of pop music and an eye on The Big Show — aka their quest for glory, to borrow from the title of the nonfiction book upon which the movie was based. There were other influences, of course. A show like “Glee” walked so a movie like “Pitch Perfect” could run. And run it did, with two sequels to follow. That brings us to the Peacock TV series continuation created by Megan Amram and Elizabeth Banks: “Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin.” Bumper, if you will rec…

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