Bad Neighbours 2

Bad Neighbours 2

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Bad Neighbours 2

Seth Rogen, Rose Byrne, Zac Efron and director Nicholas Stoller return in this sequel to the hilarious 2014 original. Here, the Radners have new neighbours - a sorority sisterhood of hyped up, drug taking, party-throwing college girls (led by Chloë Grace Moretz). 

Now that Mac (Rogen) and Kelly (Byrne) have a second baby on the way, they are ready to make the final move into adulthood: the suburbs. But just as they thought they'd reclaimed the neighborhood and were safe to sell, the new sorority move in. To get rid of them, they enlist their besties (Ike Barinholtz and Carla Gallo) and the only person they know who may able to relate to young people: Teddy (Efron).

2016Rating: R16, Sex scenes,violence,drug use and offensive language92 minsUSA
Comedy
84%
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Reviews & comments

Variety

Variety

press

Has a knowingly conflicted engagement with millennial-generation feminism that freshens its outlook even as it unevenly rejigs many of its predecessor's gags.

0
Total Film

Total Film

press

Exists mainly to hit comic g-spots: a mission often fulfilled, but sometimes so fumbled its under-dressed plot looks more exposed than Zac Efron’s pendulous ball-sack.

3.0
0
Time Out

Time Out

press

Just funny enough to not feel like a retread.

3.0
0
The Telegraph

The Telegraph

press

Like most comedy sequels, it’s also content to dig out the same old punchbowl and dilute the dregs.

2.0
0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

Has some decent material and amiable bad taste, heavily diluted with gallons of very ordinary sequel product: more of the same.

2.0
0
Little White Lies

Little White Lies

press

A film that's alive with ideas - funny, refreshing, compassionate.

4.0
0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

In their awkward attempt to shoehorn these kids into the first pic's formula, Stoller and his writing collaborators care far less about creating believable characters than getting to the next laugh.

0

The first film actually had some laughs but this has few and far between. Much better comedy out there.

2.0
0

This movie is good... but Chef is much better.

4.0
0

I haven't seen Bad Neighbours, so wasn't expecting much. Turns out it was pretty good for a no brains required evening of laughs. Having seen #2, I even recorded Bad Neighbours when it played on TV recently. Zac is easy on the eye. Sorry, sexist I now. Watch it for a few laughs.

3.0
0

Really enjoyed this film series and thought this movie was really funny. Predictable but cast was great and Seth Rogan is always a good laugh!

4.0
0

PROs: Seth Rogan, continual comedy throughout. CONs: Jokes that were a tad too gross- various disgusting bodily fluids, which was unnecessary!

3.0
0

Bad Neighbours 2 So not the best film ever, but not the worst either. Kinda of like ’This is the End’, ‘Revenge of the Nerds’, ‘The House Bunny’, and ‘Frat House’. So funny in parts, but just no that funny, more awkward funny. Has the hot chikc form 'Kick Ass’ and the old guy from ‘Green Hornet’, plus an old Zac Efron. Ha ha. Genre : Comedy 2/5 : Sorry but...

2.0
0

A good night out, funny film, and now I know that a dildo is for kids to play with . . . duh, silly me!

3.0
0

...but good for an inappropriate laugh or two.

2.0
0

I went expecting nothing, hell, I was surprised there was a second Bad Neighbours. But despite some clanger jokes that shouldn't have made the cut, a slightly annoying character played by the usually easier to watch Chloe Moritz and some really annoying minion people, it made me laugh and walk out of the theater happy on an otherwise scummy Monday. Seth...

3.0
0

I had read some reviews that this was a let down so didn't have high expectations. To be fair there were a lot of real laugh out loud moments but really just a bit of the same as the first without the originality

3.0
0
Variety

Variety

press

Has a knowingly conflicted engagement with millennial-generation feminism that freshens its outlook even as it unevenly rejigs many of its predecessor's gags.

0
Total Film

Total Film

press

Exists mainly to hit comic g-spots: a mission often fulfilled, but sometimes so fumbled its under-dressed plot looks more exposed than Zac Efron’s pendulous ball-sack.

3.0
0
Time Out

Time Out

press

Just funny enough to not feel like a retread.

3.0
0
The Telegraph

The Telegraph

press

Like most comedy sequels, it’s also content to dig out the same old punchbowl and dilute the dregs.

2.0
0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

Has some decent material and amiable bad taste, heavily diluted with gallons of very ordinary sequel product: more of the same.

2.0
0
Little White Lies

Little White Lies

press

A film that's alive with ideas - funny, refreshing, compassionate.

4.0
0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

In their awkward attempt to shoehorn these kids into the first pic's formula, Stoller and his writing collaborators care far less about creating believable characters than getting to the next laugh.

0

The first film actually had some laughs but this has few and far between. Much better comedy out there.

2.0
0

This movie is good... but Chef is much better.

4.0
0

I haven't seen Bad Neighbours, so wasn't expecting much. Turns out it was pretty good for a no brains required evening of laughs. Having seen #2, I even recorded Bad Neighbours when it played on TV recently. Zac is easy on the eye. Sorry, sexist I now. Watch it for a few laughs.

3.0
0

Really enjoyed this film series and thought this movie was really funny. Predictable but cast was great and Seth Rogan is always a good laugh!

4.0
0

PROs: Seth Rogan, continual comedy throughout. CONs: Jokes that were a tad too gross- various disgusting bodily fluids, which was unnecessary!

3.0
0

Bad Neighbours 2 So not the best film ever, but not the worst either. Kinda of like ’This is the End’, ‘Revenge of the Nerds’, ‘The House Bunny’, and ‘Frat House’. So funny in parts, but just no that funny, more awkward funny. Has the hot chikc form 'Kick Ass’ and the old guy from ‘Green Hornet’, plus an old Zac Efron. Ha ha. Genre : Comedy 2/5 : Sorry...

2.0
0

A good night out, funny film, and now I know that a dildo is for kids to play with . . . duh, silly me!

3.0
0

...but good for an inappropriate laugh or two.

2.0
0

I went expecting nothing, hell, I was surprised there was a second Bad Neighbours. But despite some clanger jokes that shouldn't have made the cut, a slightly annoying character played by the usually easier to watch Chloe Moritz and some really annoying minion people, it made me laugh and walk out of the theater happy on an otherwise scummy Monday. Seth...

3.0
0

I had read some reviews that this was a let down so didn't have high expectations. To be fair there were a lot of real laugh out loud moments but really just a bit of the same as the first without the originality

3.0
0