Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising


Action / Comedy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 62%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 50%
IMDb Rating 5.7 10 93382


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Rose Byrne as Kelly Radner
Seth Rogen as Mac Radner
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674.61 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 32 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Claudio Carvalho 2 / 10

Moronic and Unfunny

"Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising" is a moronic and unfunny comedy that seems to be written by a teenager (or a group of teenagers) with mental disabilities. It is impossible to laugh with the gross, stupid and incoherent sexist situations based on the same joke over and over again. There is no story and consequently no screenplay. The gay guys are only in the film to attract the gay communities and their subplot is awful. Chloë Grace Moretz has become well-known because of "Kick- Ass"; now she should find another agent since most of her films are turkeys. My vote is two.

Title (Brazil): "Vizinhos 2" ("Neighbors 2")

Reviewed by Gavin Purtell 6 / 10

Still a simple, fun comedy

'Bad Neighbours 2' (or 'Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising' in America) is a straightforward comedy sequel - all that's changed is the frat next door is replaced with a sorority (one of the funnier scenes involves how to spell "sorority"!). Mac (Rogen) & Kelly (Byrne) are back - as are the cute twins who play their daughter, now two years older - and still at it (literally in the opening scene). Shelby (Moretz) plays the leader of the new sorority moving in next door, but they do take some time to build her character, along with Beth (Clemons) and Nora (Feldstein) and make them non-stereotypical teenage girls - for the most part.

There's a fair bit that doesn't work: still heaps of pot, most of it unnecessary, with Rogen must have written into his contracts or he won't appear, the predictable ending, annoying party/crap music scene(s) and some swearing/jokes that don't hit the mark. However, the majority of jokes - and pranks - are funny and do work.

There's some feminism and pro-gay sentiment in there - and one great/terrible Jewish joke - but it's not sentimental or anything. Never going to blow minds or be a game-changer, but a decent way to spend 90min. And plenty of shirtless Efron or the ladies!

Reviewed by R4lfXD 8 / 10

Great comedy, if you're not afraid to laugh

I can't believe the amount of negative reviews here. It looks like the reviewers are far too bitter to recognize sarcasm.

Obviously, nearly everything in the movie is a parody, giving you great opportunity to have a laugh at current society, rather than taking things seriously and getting offended like most of these reviewers probably do in real life. You're watching a freaking comedy.

Only thing I can understand if you went to see this in a cinema. It surely isn't great cinema movie, because many of jokes are borderline and better to laugh at in safe enviroment rather than around alot of strangers. Thats one of the reasons that actually good comedies like this, that are pushing the boundaries of whats ok to laugh at in public don't belong to big cinemas in this day and age sadly. So if you saw this in the cinema and thought it's cringey, go watch it at home, alone or with someone you dont need to hide anything from, loosen your belt and have a fun.

Thats how I watched it. With no expectations reading no reviews prior, and even though I'm not biggest comedy supporter, I had A LOT of fun.

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