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Feminism strikes back in Nicholas Stoller’s Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising. The story centers on three college freshmen who, repulsed by the rapey frat parties and Panhellenic restrictions on sororities from throwing parties, decide to start their own sorority, which happens to be next door to the house that a couple (Seth Rogen & Rose Byrne) are trying to sell. 189 more words

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"Neighbors 2": Thinkpieces Rising

The stars of Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising — Seth Rogen as the hapless dad Mac (Mac?) Radner, Rose Byrne as his equally hapless wife Kelly — disappear for about fifteen minutes during the first act. 1,176 more words


Summer Film Series: Neighbors 2 (and the Jungle Book)

Jungle Book Trailer

Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising Trailer

Watched in: Tinseltown Theaters

Production Company: Walt Disney Pictures (JB), Point Grey Pictures (N2)

Dir.: Jon Favreau (JB), Nicholas Stoller (N2) 430 more words

Summer '16 Film

Five Guys Do Feminism: Good Intentions Vs. Commercial Realities In 'Neighbors 2'

Rarely have good intentions and commercial limitations battled it out so transparently within the same movie as in Neighbors 2. This is a hell of an effort to do something meaningful with an inherently soulless vessel — the studio-mandated comedy sequel, where anything successful gets another chapter, whether it needs one or not. 1,416 more words


The Five-Year Engagement - Review

I’m pretty sure the apt title can describe the experience of watching The Five-Year Engagement because every excruciating minute just left me waiting for the end. 779 more words

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