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Plot: When their new next-door neighbors turn out to be a sorority even more debaucherous than the fraternity previously living there, Mac and Kelly team with their former enemy, Teddy, to bring the girls down. Runtime: 92 mins Release Date: 20 May 2016
Don't listen to the hick haters. (by iandaviddavies)
This film is actually hilarious, if you liked the first film or 'this is the end' and 'pineapple express' etc you will love this, the actors are good and are enjoying themselves . A lot of hater reviews who seem to have a problem with their 'values' being impinged upon, screw them and have a good laugh watching this film. Really 10 lines IMDb? Why? Brevity is the soul of wit. If anything it encourages people to fluff out there reviews with nonsense to make sure they get over the 10 line quota. The girl from Kickass does a really good job in this film, she is funny and <more>
believable, her friends are actually hilarious and nail there roles down. Comedy films arn't easy and when they are right they are right and this film is right, I loved it and so did my wife, my sister also liked it, I'm not sure if my brother in law did as I haven't asked him yet. 10 lines... Jesus.
Review: I enjoyed this movie because it shows you brotherhood doesn't stop at sexuality. The direction is really good and the screenplay is smart. The casting and acting are both really good. All in all I would give this five out of a possible five stars.
Awesome movie❤ (by kazimaheer)
Just screw the people who really giving bad reviews.👎 The cast crew was amazing especially zac efron and seth rogen were brilliant. The storyline is a little bit different from the bad neighbors.If you have enjoyed the first one then definitely you should watch this to have some good laughs.
"Neighbors 2" Surpasses Its Predecessor!!! (by zardoz-13)
"Forgetting Sarah Marshall" director Nicholas Stoller has defied probability and made a sequel, "Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising," that surpasses its above-average predecessor. Nevertheless, the second "Neighbors" movie serves up some rather risqué humor. Seth Rogen delivers the best example. When he introduces a Semitic couple to an American couple, Rogen points out that the pregnant Hebrew woman has "a Jew in the oven." This qualifies as the most controversial line in an otherwise empowering comedy of errors. The lead couple's young daughter forms <more>
an attachment to her mother's vibrator and goes everywhere with it. The parents are as imbecilic as the Greeks. At one point, the sorority launches an artillery barrage of bloody tampons at the house inhabited by the thirtysomething married couple. A couple of days ago before I saw "Neighbors 2," I watched "Neighbors" on DVD for the first time. I split my sides laughing at all its subversive shenanigans. The "Neighbors" movies revived memories of "National Lampoon's Animal House." Fans of the first "Neighbors" should relish the sequel, but the producers have broadened the demographics with the sequel to empower women. Furthermore, Stoller's riotous sequel succeeds because he has made few changes to the surefire farcical formula that coined "Neighbors" $270 million globally back in 2014. Some things, however, have changed in "Neighbors 2," but most of the original cast return for cameos, including Officer Watkins Hannibal Buress the traffic cop. Aside from the "Neighbors'" alums, Selena Gomez and Kelsey Grammar appear in bit cameos. Gomez plays a sorority president, while Grammar is the father of the heroine. Like the original movie, the plot is simple, shallow, and swiftly paced, but with a better ending. Although all six scenarists are guys, they have made the women appear more sympathetic than slutty. The estrogen-driven plot positions these female-friendly characters in the forefront of the action, something that "Neighbors" never had. Basically, the loutish Delta Psi fraternity constituted the bad guys in "Neighbors," while the Kappa Nu girls appear far less antagonistic. Shelby Chloe Grace Moretz of "Carrie" , Beth Kiersey Clemons of "Dope" , and Nora Beanie Feldstein of "Fan Girl" are college freshmen. They attend a sorority rush party. Audacious Shelby fires up a joint. Phi Lambda President Madison Selena Gomez of "Spring Breakers" reprimands our heroine and stipulates that their sorority tolerates neither alcohol nor drugs. Worse, Shelby learns the Greek sisters aren't allowed to throw parties. The trio make tracks and form their own off-campus sorority so they can party as they please. Predictably, since it is the sequel, they buy the house that the Delta Psi brothers once occupied, much to Mac and Kelly's chagrin.Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne encore as the foolish, parenting-impaired, married couple. Miraculously, Mac Radner Seth Rogen of "Knocked Up" and his wife Kelly Rose Byrne of "Bridesmaids" , survived the escapades of the Delta Psi fraternity. They have a second child on the way, and they plan to leave the neighborhood. Just when everything appears promising for the sale of their house, the Kappa Nu sorority shows up. Mac and Kelly have sold their starter home to an interracial couple with an infant child. However, the Radners' real estate agent, Wendy Liz Cackowski of "The Watch" , reminds them that the buyers have a 30-day escrow period to ponder their purchase. When Mac and Kelly discover that Shelby and company have bought the house next door, they cringe at the prospect of what will occur if the new buyers drop by at a bad time. Worse, they encounter an old adversary.Adonis-chiseled Teddy Sanders Zac Efron returns along with some of his former Delta Psi Beta brothers, but things have changed with them, too. You may recall from watching "Neighbors" that Teddy Sanders was the Delta Psi president and his closest friend Pete Dave Franco of "Superbad" was vice-president. After the debacle in "Neighbors," Pete graduated and got a good job, while poor Teddy became a bare-chested model for Abercrombie & Fitch. Unfortunately, Abercrombie & Fitch has decided they no longer need a shirtless model. Not long afterward, Teddy learns that Pete plans to marry, but Pete isn't going to wed a woman. Instead, he decides to marry another ex-frat, Darren John Early , and they ask Teddy to vacate the premises! Teddy goes to the place of last refuge--the house next door to the Radners. He happens to be around when shady Kappa Nu real estate agent Oliver Studebaker Billy Eichner of "What Happens in Vegas" sells Shelby and her friends the house. These gals don't have a clue about how to finance the house, much less recruit sorority members, but Teddy has all the answers. Moreover, Teddy sees this as a way to pay back the Radners. When Mac and Kelly meet him again with Shelby and company, they know that their dreams are swirling the drain. If you remember anything about "Neighbors," you may recall it opened with Mac and Kelly getting intimate in a chair. Mac got flustered because their infant daughter Stella was eyeballed them innocently during the sex act. Similarly, "Neighbors 2" begins with Mac and Kelly at it again, but Kelly has a bout of morning sickness and barfs on Mac. Remember, "Neighbors" and "Neighbors 2" qualify as lowest common denominator comedies that thrive on offensive, gross-out gags galore. Not-surprisingly, Zac Efron has a difficult time wearing his shirt. Stoller and his writers exploit Teddy's bare-chested antics to propel the plot forward, especially during a zany marijuana heist scene. As improbable as the "Neighbors" movies are, I find the premise credible. One of my close friends experienced a similar predicament. They went through what the thirtysomething married couple dealt with in "Neighbors" after a bawdy college fraternity brought the house next door and complicated their lives. Apart from its outrageous humor, "Neighbors 2" not only serves to empower women, but it also refuses to ridicule gays. Anybody who loved the original "Neighbors" will laugh their butts off at the randy sequel.
The first had some laughs. This one has more. The timing is better in the editing. It's more crisp, snappy, and I didn't feel at times like there should be crickets chirping like I did in the other with comedy that just didn't work. Jokes that slightly worked not many here didn't go on painfully for too long like a bad SNL skit. While the sorority characters aren't developed as well as the fraternity characters in the first, and that harms it slightly, it does well enough integrating them into a new, larger character base. The writing is smarter. The jokes are funnier. <more>
You need to see the first to fully appreciate this one, but you are in for a treat in the sequel. Trust me. If this level of raunchiness is not usually your thing and you can get through the first, this one will be a breeze. Yes, it's not for kids or the puritanical, obviously.
As hilarious as the first, if not even more so (by jtindahouse)
I recently wrote a review of Zac Efron's film 'Dirty Grandpa', where I criticised him for not having the acting chops or comedic talent to carry a film. I stand by my statement, but every time a 'Bad Neighbors' film comes out I have to reconsider my opinion, because he's very good in this series. In fact every one is. It's almost an anomaly, but everyone who appears in these films, whether it be a cameo or a starring role, seem to be very funny and just hit the mark perfectly. Credit for that has to go to director Nicholas Stoller. Stoller has a stellar sorry <more>
record in his five directing appearances to date. He's starting to mark himself as a real powerhouse of the comedy genre and I can't wait to see what he comes out with next.The film just works. As with many comedy sequels it has an almost identical premise to the original, simply swapping boys for girls in this case. In the past, films have been criticised for this 'Home Alone' and 'The Hangover' come to mind but I see no problem with it. It's the characters we come to see as opposed to action/thrillers where we are there for the story and as long as things get resolved in a unique way to the original, I know I'm still going to be having a good time. And I certainly did in this case. I can't think of a singly dud scene where the humour didn't work. Seth Rogen is as brilliant as always, but because as previously mentioned everyone is such fine form, he almost just blends into the mix, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. I really enjoyed this one and will have no issue whatsoever if they decide to return for a third venture although that may indeed be pushing the premise a touch far .
The movie has a pretty clever twist, for a routine and very unnecessary sequel. (by Hellmant)
'NEIGHBORS 2: SORORITY ROW': Four Stars Out of Five Sequel to the 2014 hit comedy flick 'NEIGHBORS', once again directed by Nicholas Stollar. Seth Rogen, Zac Efron and Rose Byrne all return, to their starring roles; and they're joined this time by Chloe Grace Moretz in the new antagonistic neighbor role . The twist, of this sequel, is that married couple Mac and Kelly Rogen and Byrne now have to deal with a rowdy sorority, living next door to them, instead of a fraternity. It was written by Andrew J. Cohen and Brendan O'Brien who also co-wrote the original ; as <more>
well as Stoller, Rogen and Evan Goldberg. Ike Barinholtz, Carla Gallo and Dave Franco as well as others also reprise their roles from the first film. It's received good reviews from critics, but it hasn't done nearly as well at the Box Office as the original movie . I enjoyed it, but it's definitely not as good as the first one or most other Seth Rogen movies .Mac and Kelly Rogen and Byrne are now expecting their second child, and planning to relocate to a new house they just purchased . There's another couple that's also planning to buy their current home, but Mac and Kelly have to wait out 30 days of escrow, to make sure the sale is completed. To complicate things, immensely, a sorority has just moved into the old fraternity house next door to them. They're led by the rebellious Shelby Moretz ; who's trying to fight sexism there, by running the first sorority house that's allowed to party. Mac and Kelly's old nemesis, Teddy Sanders Efron , joins the sorority girls; as their mentor.The movie has a pretty clever twist, for a routine and very unnecessary sequel; but it still feels like just a redo of the original. There are a few new witty jokes, and some fresh comic scenarios, and there's also a little bit extra character development. The performances are decent, as well, and the female nemesis storyline definitely deserves some credit; but a lot of the movie also just feels like a rerun with a lot more forced humor, than the original . It's still a lot better than most other comedy flicks out there though.Watch our movie review show 'MOVIE TALK' at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v nuGIEoCGrtw
If you liked the original, you'll enjoy this ! (by milosprole9)
"Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising" is a hilarious comedy sequel and it has lots of funny moments! It's really a decent comedy film to watch and it will give you an enjoyable time. Seth Rogen, Rose Byrne and Zac Efron are brilliant! Chloë Grace Moretz was absolutely awesome in it! It isn't her the best role, but she did an amazing job for this film. If you wonder about Selena Gomez and want to watch it because of her, she had no a big parts in it. She's was good, but nothing all that special.I don't know why so many people hated this movie, even the original.. Sure, <more>
it's not a masterpiece of comedy, but it's definitely one of the best comedy sequels I've seen. Definitely worth to watch if you are a fan of the first! 9.5/10
Slightly inferior, yet hilarious sequel full of gut-busting laughs (by Screen_Blitz)
Every once in a blue moon comes a sequel that not only succeeds but manages to surpass its predecessor fair and square. Even less frequently is there a sequel to a comedy that surpasses or even lives up to par of the original, think of in terms of '22 Jump Street'. This comedy directed by Nicholas Stoller reunites the cast of Seth Rogen, Rose Byrne, Zac Efron, and Dave Franco along with some new cast members in a sequel to the 2014 hit comedy 'Neighbors', a film that demonstrated Rogen at arguably his best in years. In this film, we meet again with Mac played by Seth Rogen <more>
and Kelly played by Rose Byrne who were last seen taking on the Delta Psi fraternity next door. Two years later, Mac and Kelly are fixing to have their second child and decide they must move somewhere nicer. But before they can sell their house, they can put on escrow for thirty days and must keep the house nice and maintained by the end of the period. Meanwhile, college freshman Shelby played by Chloe Grace Moretz rushes to join a sorority but is disappointed by the rule outlawing sororities from party, deeming it as sexist. Shelby and her two new friends decide to raise their own sorority. They rent out a house which just so happens to be the same house next door of Mac and Kelly. With Shelby and the sorority partying like animals and threatening Mac and Kelly's chance of selling the house, they acquire the help of Teddy played by Zac Efron who is forced to move out of his house when his fraternity brother Pete played by Dave Franco gets engaged, to face off against the sorority. And this proves to be an even tougher battle than their dispute with the previous fraternity.The first film was astoundingly funny and to this day, stands as one of the best comedies starring the ever-hilarious Seth Rogen. This one, thought slightly inferior to the first film, succeeds at not only delivering loads of laughter and fun but conveys a smart conservative message about sexism. This all kicks off to Chloe Grace Moretz's character discovering the shocking truth that only fraternities are allowed to throw parties while sororities are prohibited from doing so. Furthermore, her and her friends grow disgusted by girls always being called "hoes" for humor. Their idea is to raise a sorority where girls are treated equally and not bound to a sexist law that dictates girls from partying. From there, viewers are offered a plot with a thoughtful , self-aware direction and at the same, giving plenty of vulgar, yet hilarious humor. While the level of vulgarity is slightly tamer than in the first film, there is plenty of raunchy R-rated humor and four-letter words can go around. Now are also some jokes that simply don't land as well as some dialogue that unexpectedly falls flat. But when the jokes land, they are funny. Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne are funny as eve, the same can be addressed for Zac Efron who's made a fine comeback following some mediocre comedies in recent years. Chloe Grace Moretz is also given her time to shine in what is probably her major raunchy role since 'Kick-Ass' and its sequel. In the end, the cast doesn't fail to satisfy.Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising doesn't quite surpass its original but it certainly stands at the par of the first film and surprises us with some good laughs and a cohesive direction. Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg to take an unnecessary idea and turn into something decent. This film has a fair chance of pleasing those who enjoyed the first film but disgusting others who do not sit well with raunchy humor and profanity.