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879 Ratings


Directed by Nicholas Stoller
United States, 2014


A couple with a newborn baby face unexpected difficulties after they are forced to live next to a fraternity house.

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Neighbors Directed by Nicholas Stoller
The packed audience I saw it with roared at every intimation of ooey-gooey homoeroticism, one of which seemed to fly at us about every thirty seconds. Disguised as a takedown of bros-before-hos frat life, Neighbors is just another reaffirmation of that mentality’s depressing centrality in our culture.
January 09, 2015
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Whenever Mac and Kelly join the frat brothers in their wild bacchanals, Stoller goes to town stylistically, letting these scenes play out with fever-dream abandon. You sense the young couple’s regret that these days are behind them; every party feels like the Final Party. The energy drops, though, whenever Neighbors resorts to typical patched-together improv scenes, cutting back and forth between two actors riffing on each other.
May 08, 2014
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[The] barely intergenerational beefing would be all too meta for this roster of Apatow-adjacent players and filmmakers were the movie not so doggedly magnanimous, at least so far as its profuse male characters are concerned. Not for nothing do two characters spend the majority of an entire scene spitballing variations on the maxim, “bros before hoes.”
May 07, 2014
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