- 1 hr 36 min
Neighbors is a 2014 American comedy film directed by Nicholas Stoller and starring Seth Rogen, Rose Byrne, and Zac Efron. The story follows couple Mac (Rogen) and Kelly (Byrne) Radner, who are dealing with the struggles of parenthood and homeownership as they navigate their way through the early stages of adulthood. They are living in a peaceful suburban neighborhood, but their lives are disrupted when a fraternity house moves in next door, led by party animal Teddy Sanders (Efron). Initially, Mac and Kelly try to befriend the fraternity members by attending their parties and trying to fit in with their lifestyles. However, as the partying and loud music continue night after night, Mac and Kelly soon become fed up with the noise and disturbance. They try to reason with Teddy and his crew, but their efforts are met with defiance and stubbornness. As tensions rise between the two households, both Mac and Teddy engage in a series of comedic pranks and retaliation attempts in an effort to one-up each other. Kelly, who is initially supportive of her husband's efforts to take down the fraternity, soon realizes that she misses the carefree lifestyle that the frat boys represent and begins to bond with some of the members. As the situation escalates, both sides must confront the reality of their actions and the consequences they have on each other's lives. In the end, the rivalry between the Radners and the fraternity members comes to a head with an epic confrontation that forces both sides to re-evaluate their priorities and make some difficult decisions. Overall, Neighbors is a hilarious yet poignant comedy that explores the complexities of adult life, parenthood, and the value of community. The film combines sharp wit and physical humor with heartfelt moments of reflection, making it a must-see for fans of both Seth Rogen and Zac Efron. Whether you're a recent college graduate, a new parent, or simply looking for a good laugh, Neighbors is sure to deliver the amusement and entertainment you're looking for.