Neighbors. Booze, bongs and boys. Zac Efron and Seth Rogan star in this May comedy. They start out as good friends, but that didn’t last long at all. They were at war before you could have another drink. This movie kept everyone on their toes. You never knew where, or what the next prank was going to be. Neighbors was a complete 360 for Zac Efron’s imagine. He has come a long way since High School Musical.
Mac and Kelly Radnar (Seth Rogan and Rose Bryne) are a happy little family with their new born until a fraternity moves in next door. This is when everything changes. Teddy Sanders (Zac Efron) is the president of the fraternity with the help of his VP Pete (Dave Franco). Mac and Kelly think they can just smooth things over with these guys by sharing a joint. It was a nice sentiment until they decided to call the cops on the fraternity one night.
This means war. Basically, this whole film was a constant battle as to who is going to over take the other neighbor. Mac and Kelly made a great team. They wouldn’t settle until their baby, and themselves, could actually sleep through the night. It was a classic movie structure. They came, they played nice, they had a battle, and made up. The classic win, win situation for everyone. Teddy realized that he should have studied more, and continued to take night classes while working at Abercrombie and Fitch. Mac and Kelly were able to keep their family intact. It was a happily ever after