Starring Seth Rogen, Zac Efron, Rose Byrne
There comes a point in your life where the party stops. I’ll steal a line from 21 Jump Street, where you just want to “Put on a Snuggie, light a candle and get weird”. Maybe the weird part no so much, but where you slide into a life where watching Pawn Stars and going to bed at 10pm sounds pretty fricking amazing. It’s that weird shift where one day, going out means getting tore up from the floor up and the next, its two beers and you’re good to go. Sometimes that’s a hard transition, especially when you get that look from people who are pegging you as the old dude at the party. A look you used to give yourself. That the heart of Neighbors, a movie about growing up or fighting it.