So it turns out I think Anna Kendrick is amazing, and you should all go see Pitch Perfect. I also think you should check out this singer called Cari Quoyeser.
Hello hello hello, greetings from Las Vegas, my friends! Apologies as always for the delay between posts again, I’ve been on the move again, and as I’ve just mentioned, am now in Las Vegas. Now, if you’ve been reading PCP for awhile, you’ll know the level of obsession that I have with anything to do with the Titanic, and today I got to go see the Titanic Aritfact Exhibition at the Luxor, and it. was. incredible. (Yes, I cried. Only a little bit though!). If you’re interested in it, you can see a couple of sneaky pics I took from inside on my instagram.
Anyway, remember how I talked about Pitch Perfect and how it was basically going to be Bring It On but with singing? Well, I went and saw it the other day, and that’s exactly what it is. That being said, it’s awesome, because I love Bring It On and I loved Pitch Perfect. Rebel Wilson was AMAZING in it. I’m about to write something kinda spoiler-ish for a great quote from the film, so if you don’t want to read it, skip the quotation below.
Okay, so she’s this singer from Tasmania called ‘Fat Amy’ and she says something along the lines of: ‘One time, I performed in a musical production of Fiddler on the Roof, but all the Jews were played by Aboriginals. It was very Jewish.’ Ben and I laughed so hard, and so loud, that it was like, completely obnoxious.
Point is, go see it because it’s great.
Okay, so moving onto Anna Kendrick. I never really thought I liked her that much, but it turns out I think she’s kind of awesome, and it partially because I loved Pitch Perfect, and partially because this interview is awesome, and I think this cup thing she does is bad-ass (It’s not that, get your mind out of the gutter. You’re filthy.):
I also really love that she taught herself to do that, because I sure as fuck don’t have the patience for that kind of thing.
While we’re on the subject of singers, allow me to tell you about this girl called Cari Quoyeser.
For the one day we were in Austin, we happened to find the first ever Whole Foods store, which was massive, and when we sat down outside to drink our coffees, this chick with an awesome voice and her bad-ass bass player bandmate were performing for the crowd, and basically they blew us all away. I think she has an incredible voice, and I think you should check out her music here. Bonus points if you can tell me who her voice reminds me of, because I can’t put my finger on it.