- 96 min
- Directed by: Nicholas Stoller
- Cast: Seth Rogen, Rose Byrne, Zac Efron
- UK release: 9 May 2014
Kelly (Byrne) and Mac (Rogen) are adjusting to life with a baby when a college fraternity moves in next door, led by buff, glassy-eyed Teddy (Efron). Although it lacks a satisfying structure, the gags come thick and fast, Rogen and Byrne are an appealing couple and for all the big laughs there's a surprising sweetness.
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Good performances and plenty of laughs make up for the occassional misstep
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Bad Neighbours -- International Trailer
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