Pitch Perfect 3 review: It feels as if this party is over

There is a certain pleasure in one more reunion for Beca (Anna Kendrick), Amy (Rebel Wilson) and the gals but the latest instalment is sillier than ever.

The original team have all graduated and ventured into a world that isn’t as much fun as they thought.

Naturally, none of them can resist a call to revive the Bellas and they embark on a tour to entertain American troops stationed in picture-postcard locations in Europe.

There are hints of romance, moral dilemmas and a laboured subplot involving John Lithgrow hamming it up as Amy’s Australian dad.

The big musical numbers are still the highlight but even they have lost a little of their sparkle.

It feels as if this party is over and it is time to call it a day.