Family vs. frat
Kelly (Rose Byrne) and Mac (Seth Rogen), a couple with a new born baby, face a number of difficulties when a college fraternity, well known for its partying, moves in next door. Led by Teddy Sanders (Zac Efron), the two groups soon clash and a feud begins.
This is a bawdy and explicit comedy full of gross-out moments and a lot of vulgarity, but it is very funny. The stars work together wonderfully – they play off each other very well – each character is as strong as the others and you could happily root for any of them to win the battle. Sure, the humour is stupid, and the conflict reaches an over-the-top level very quickly, but this film doesn’t make any claims to be sophisticated. It’s good fun, it’s laugh-out-loud funny and it’s perfect for the child inside you who still laughs at dirty jokes – this is great entertainment.
Screenings of this film:
|2014/2015 Autumn Term – (digital)|