DVD - 2014
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New parents Mac and Kelly are living the American Dream, complete with a baby girl and a new home in the suburbs. Still, they want to believe that they are still cool, so when they discover that their new next-door neighbors are dozens of fraternity brothers-led by charismatic Teddy-they try to play along. But when the parties grow increasingly more epic, both sides begin to fend for their turf. The sabotage escalates into extreme one-upmanship, beginning an epic Greek war for the ages.
Publisher: Universal City, CA : Universal Studios Home Entertainment, [2014]
Branch Call Number: DVD NEI
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (97 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in


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Jun 12, 2019

This movie is like a partying movie and it all starts when a fraternity moves into a nice and calm suburban neighborhood. Every night they party and have huge ragers which really seems to bother Mac and Kelly and their daughter Stella. So then they think of a plan to get rid of them and do everything possible so that they get caught so there isn’t any more disturbances. I really liked this movie, Seth Rogen is a really funny actor all together so having him to this movie added a special type of atmosphere and character. I like how it puts a funny twist on how some quiet neighbourhood with a fraternity on it may feel and want to react. Overall the movie was really solid and I enjoyed it wholeheartedly. I would rate this movie 4.5 out of 5.
@movieslayer123 of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

Oct 10, 2018

A very funny low-brow comedy. Probably Rogen's best film.

Jan 25, 2018


Jun 05, 2017

Frat boy mentality means lots of crudity, so much so that the movie become boring. Not much plot; as it escalates, you can figure out what will happen.

Apr 10, 2017

frikkin' hilarious!!!

Nov 25, 2016

I haven't seen the sequel yet, but this movie was actually better than I expected. For some mindless and juvenile entertainment, it was good and fairly funny. I think the movies Nicholas Stoller directed previously (Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Get Him to the Greek and The Five-Year Engagement) were way too long. I appreciated that the runtime for Neighbors is closer to 90 minutes than 2 hours. If you have disliked Seth Rogen's other movies, you probably won't like this one either.

Nov 25, 2016

Horrible crap! Typical Seth Rogen crap worst actor ever!

ArapahoeKati Nov 03, 2016

I'm not a huge comedy fan, but "Neighbors" had me guffawing quite often. Great dynamics and chemistry between all the characters.

britprincess1ajax Aug 04, 2016

A fun revenge film, I was rooting for Mac and Kelly to take out the devious frat brothers next door, which is just what the trailers promised me. I got what I expected and enjoyed it, so I'd recommend it.

Jun 16, 2016

Super funny movie!!! I loved it!!!
I watched this with my friends and we hasd a great time.

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okkalina Jan 28, 2015

okkalina thinks this title is suitable for 17 years and over

lyriq477 Dec 26, 2014

lyriq477 thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over

Nov 10, 2014

mkrempel thinks this title is suitable for 20 years and over


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Jun 06, 2017

Other: Keeping in mind this is meant as a comedy, the parents leave the home twice to party with the frat next door, leaving their baby alone because they have a remote baby monitor with them. This would be considered child endangerment.

Jun 06, 2017

Sexual Content: So broadly sketched as to be boring.


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Jan 25, 2018

Teddy Sanders: We're throwing a Robert De Niro party.

Pete: You call the cops, you violate the circle of trust, Focker.

Mac Radner: Who are you?

Garf: I'm Sam Jackson from Jackie Brown.

Scoonie: [pause] Hoah!

Garf: Hooah!

Kelly Radner: That's actually Al Pacino.

Garf: The Path of the righteous man.

Mac Radner: That's the wrong Sam Jackson speech.


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