Arts & Entertainment

Bad Neighbours

Unmistakable gasps of coitus onscreen can only mean one thing – it’s all downhill from here.

In a film that could be one of the most hysterical of Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s creations, Mack (Rogen) and his wife Kelly’s (Rose Byrne) mundane family life is transformed into a battlefield when a partying all-American fraternity move in next door.

From dildo fights to breast milk skits and the infinite peace offerings of marijuana from Mack to frat-leader Teddy (the ab-tastic Zac Efron), this film leaves no potential comedic avenue untouched.

Though the ending felt a little rushed and weak, the bulk of the film is crude, vulgar but so hilariously Rogen. (CD)

***1/2

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