The Blu-ray and DVD incorporate the “Line-O-Rama” special feature, which is becoming a standard add-on for comedies that get some juice from on-set improvisation. This is where all the next-best lines go to die instead of being swept off the proverbial cutting-room floor. There are some almost-winners in there, mainly from Wilson and Adam DeVine, who plays the leader of the competing Treblemakers, but a comedy as tight as “Pitch Perfect” takes all the best material from these exercises. It is easy to see why so much of “Line-O-Rama” stayed out of the final mix. “Pitch Perfect” is best enjoyed without knowing much about the process, because the final result helps this light comedy earn its title.
— George Lang