“Neighbors” a Comedic Fun Film

Looking for something fun to do this summer? Check out the new comedy “Neighbors” in theaters now. This film is a perfect comedy to watch with your friends on a fun Friday night.

Seth Rogen, Zac Efron and Rose Byrne led the cast of “Neighbors”, a comedy about newlyweds who are forced to live next to a fraternity house after the birth of their newborn baby. An intense rivalry is created when Efron and Franco throw a huge rager that upsets the new born baby.

Concerned parents Rogen and Byrne feel the need to protect newborn baby and fight back towards the fraternity members. They begin playing harmless pranks which turn into the older couple trying to evict the fraternity brothers.

Rogen and Byrne make for an appealingly frazzled and conflicted couple in the movie. The older couple used to spend their time acting like the fraternity brothers. The neighbors go back and forth in trying to get the other person to move out of their home. The film is perfect for both young and older audiences.

This film shows an exaggerated version of college fraternity parties and the college lifestyle. It takes stereotypes of college fraternities and makes them into a punch line for a funny joke. If you are going in expecting a typical R rated comedy you are going in blind and that’s good for you.

This movie is made for mature audiences as it is rated R, but it very comical and light-hearted. Neighbors is directed by Nick Stoller who directed “Forgetting Sarah Marshall”, and “Get Him to the Greek”.