Neighbors 2, Sorority Rising

Neighbors 2, Sorority Rising

DVD - 2016
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reginator_22
Jan 25, 2018

Ok sequel to Neighbors!

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ValHu
Jun 18, 2017

Another failed sequel

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gurujr
May 30, 2017

One big fart joke that the average teen would laugh at.

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Bookworm39
Mar 21, 2017

What a waste of time. A lot of sexual talk which I think offends a lot of people. I think Zac Efron should try acting in more serious roles, He is too old to still be in College acting like a teenager.

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Jan 23, 2017

This movie is the sequel to Bad Neighbours. But this one is about a sorority who move in next door to Mac and Kelly again. As usual this time again there are loud parties going on that irritate the residents of the neighborhood, and the loud partying is kind of the reason why Mac and Kelly won’t be getting the sale of their home and so they turn to Teddy, their previous fraternity leader for help. Just so they can win this they have to go through so much pain because of it, and it kind of makes me mad because I don’t really like Chloe Grace Moretz and I just think that she shouldn’t have been in the movie in the beginning, other than that it was a funny movie. Adults and older audience would enjoy watching this movie, because it is a great movie. I rate this movie 4 out of 5. @movieslayer123 of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

Neighbors 2 is a hilarious movie about a young couple trying to sell their house. They believe they’ve sold their house until they’re told they must retain the potential buyers through an escrow period of thirty days. Unfortunately, a group of young girls move in next door and attempt to kick-start their own sorority, and the couple quickly realize that this could scare off the potential buyers. They attempt to compromise with the girls, but ultimately fail, and things eventually take a turn for the worse. The tension between the neighbours escalates into an all-out war between them. The movie seems to have feminism incorporated into it, and ironically, also some sexism. Overall, I found it quite funny and laughed various times. This is one of the few movies that have managed to actually make me laugh throughout.
Rating: 4/5
- @JuiceboxZ of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

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llenar52
Jan 21, 2017

This sequel was somewhat funny but, it was not good as the first one. Nothing spectacular. :{

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alissasil
Jan 12, 2017

This movie is horrible. Don't waste your time.

Franln Dec 14, 2016

Zac Efron is very good-looking and quite talented. The millennial sorority chicks are annoying. The first one was better.

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HandyFellow
Dec 05, 2016

Boring, predictable, one dimensional characters and long dry stretches of 'unfunny'. Even Seth Rogen's typical brand of 'stoner humor' falls flat when he tries to straddle the line between neurotic Millennial parent and his go-to bong water swill pratfalls or vomit/fart/body fluid shtick. It's no wonder after 'performing' in this crap-fest, Chloe Grace Moretz has decided to do some naval gazing and 'step back' from the film business for awhile. I feel the same way about any future Rogen projects.

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redrangerbrese
Nov 20, 2016

Selena Gomez played in Phi Lambda President of neighors 2 libaray topeka forget

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Ba_kuPlanet
Nov 15, 2016

Watch for mindless humor. When the Federal government makes cannabis legal, this may become your neighbor.

ArapahoeKati Nov 03, 2016

The first "Neighbors" was a fun ride and this one, though not quite as good, but honestly, I still enjoyed it immensely. I hope that Zac Efron does more comedy--he's really funny!

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lukasevansherman
Oct 07, 2016

The first thing you may be asking yourself is: Why? Sure, "Neighbors" was surprisingly funny (in a dumb way), but did it really need a sequel? No, but it was the kind of movie I needed on a Friday night after a long week of work. The original cast returns and the plot is almost identical, although it's a sorority (led by Chloe Grace Moretz) instead of a fraternity this time. Anyway, I turned off my brain and laughed enough. Nichols Stoller, who did the first film and "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" directs.


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