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High School Musical
heart-throb Zac Efron continues to dirty up his image (after
That Awkward Moment
) by playing Teddy, the neighbour from hell, in this outrageous comedy. It's business as usual for co-star Seth Rogen (
) playing new dad, Mac, who needs to let go of his youth. But it's difficult, as Teddy heads a college fraternity and hosts loud parties with neon lights and naked girls. Apart from keeping the baby up, it's a rude awakening for Mac and his missus (Rose Byrne), who discover they're just not cool any more. So, after initial failed efforts to be down with the kids, the couple begin a campaign of lowdown dirty tricks in an attempt to shut the frat house down. The friction between Rogen and Efron is bitterly amusing, especially because Efron remains a likeable guy, and Byrne is amusingly crazy, too. Director Nicholas Stoller (
Get Him to the Greek
) pushes too hard against the boundaries of taste and logic, though. Instead, the big laughs more often come when he just stands back and lets the actors bounce off each other.
Premiere. A couple living in suburbia and adjusting to new parenthood are determined to prove they can still be cool when a household of students moves in next door. However, when their raucous neighbours' wild parties disrupt their lives, they decide to fight back, leading to a vicious cycle of one-upmanship. Comedy, starring Seth Rogen, Zac Efron and Rose Byrne.
Cast & Crew
Dean Carol Gladstone
Swearing, sex scenes, nudity, drug abuse.
DVD and Blu-ray
2 May 2014
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