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A sorority moves in next door to the home of Mac and Kelly Radner who have a young child. The Radner's enlist their former nemeses from the fraternity to help battle the raucous sisters.
ActorsStarring: Seth Rogen, Rose Byrne, Zac Efron, Chloë Grace Moretz, Kiersey Clemons, Dave Franco, Ike Barinholtz, Carla Gallo, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Beanie Feldstein, Clara Mamet, Awkwafina, Jerrod Carmichael, Lisa Kudrow, John Early, Selena Gomez, Hannibal Buress, Kelsey Grammer, Brian Huskey, Billy Eichner, Abbi Jacobson, Sam Richardson, Liz Cackowski, Elise Vargas, Zoey Vargas, Kyle Mooney, Ciara Bravo, Dennise Renae Larson, Jordanne Calvin, Taryn Jones, Tara Bowles
Critic Reviews About Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising
While a subtly clawed Chloë Grace Moretz proves a worthy new foil, it’s Zac Efron’s tragicomic anatomy of a dudebro that remains this series’ sharpest asset.
Credit Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising for leaning in closer to the characters and letting feelings show through the farce.
Stoller manages to justify his sequel but Sorority Rising’s parade of R-rated gags aren’t enough to hit the same highs (or longevity) as Neighbors.
Proudly crass and amiably dumb, Nicholas Stoller’s gag-crammed sequel essentially takes the bones of the 2014 original and gives them a gender flip.
This sequel is trapped in a comedy cul-de-sac, despite the best efforts of the charmingly hapless Zac Efron.
In the comedy-sequel tradition, Neighbors 2 replays the dynamic from the first movie, but more so.
Despite its socially aware jokes, this incredibly crass sequel isn’t quite as memorable as the original, but the cast is undeniably having a grand time with their tried and true weed and sex humor.
Sandie Angulo Chen
Common Sense Media
Women everywhere should wince and gasp at such a cinematic definition of feminine panache.
One-upmanship gets old fast, but evolved, of-the-moment comedy helps make a stale story fresh.
The gender may have changed but the stakes and laughs remain high in “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising.”
New York Daily News