When their new next-door neighbors turn out to be a sorority even more debaucherous than the fraternity previously living there, Mac and Kelly team with their former enemy, Teddy, to bring the girls down.
Two hard-partying brothers place an online ad to find the perfect dates for their sister's Hawaiian wedding. Hoping for a wild getaway, the boys instead find themselves out-hustled by an uncontrollable duo.
Mac (Seth Rogen) and Kelly (Rose Byrne) are ready to make the final move into adulthood. But just as they thought they have reclaimed the neighborhood, they learn that their new neighbors are even more out of control than the last. To evict them, they will need help from their ex neighbor (Zac Efron).Written by
Although Selena Gomez is featured in the trailer, she only appears briefly in the film. See more »
When Shelby and Beth change the 'contact' cell phone numbers in Mac and Kelly's phones, the phone screens show different times despite happening simultaneously., When Beth changes the number on Mac's phone, the time is 8:05 p.m. Then when Shelby changes the number on Kelly's phone, the time is 10:30 a.m. See more »
Certain scenes that were in the movie are different on blu ray. Like there's a shot where the main three girls are sitting side-by-side while Chloe smokes a joint looking wide-eyed. That shot is in the movie, but it's part of a video they upload to get members interested... so you see it from the POV of someone watching a YouTube video. The scene where the girl goes through the windshield is in there, but oddly her flying past Seth Rogen in slow motion is not. It just cuts to him hitting the brakes and her flying past the car on to the ground. In the scene where Zac Efron says he's going to dance for the girls, the part where Ike (in clown make up) says "You want me to go up with you?" - that last part isn't in there. See more »
Written by Luke Calleja, Michael Mayeda, Lil Jon (as Jonathan Smith) and Tyga (as Michael Stevenson)
Performed by Lil Jon
Courtesy of Epic Records
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Truly Dreadfully Awful--92 Minutes of Your Life You Can't Get Back
This was one of those movies where you put your Iphone on it's darkest setting and examine the features you'll never use just to help pass time. The acting was fine, there was just a lack of anything resembling a story-line to breathe life into. It just limped along painfully to an unremarkable conclusion that can't get there soon enough. The actors did their part and there were maybe 3 or 4 amusing scenes. In between was a lot of painfully long spells that weren't funny and didn't serve to build a viable story line. I'm assuming that the teenage viewer was the target audience but my teens and their friends weren't entertained. The main plot was kind of a vague and anemic attempt at some type of hodgepodge of double standards for female college students fused with a generic anti-adult (past usual college age) rebelliousness. It all lacked the continuity of a plausible story by movie standards. Not only does this movie require a willing suspension of disbelief, it requires a total suspension of expectation. It just sucked. That's as elegant a review as the content deserves.
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