A couple with a newborn baby face unexpected difficulties after they are forced to live next to a fraternity house.

Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Mac Radner: Seth Rogen
  • Teddy Sanders: Zac Efron
  • Kelly Radner: Rose Byrne
  • Scoonie Schofield: Christopher Mintz-Plasse
  • Pete Regazolli: Dave Franco
  • Jimmy Blevins: Ike Barinholtz
  • Paula Faldt: Carla Gallo
  • Assjuice: Craig Roberts
  • Garf: Jerrod Carmichael
  • Carol Gladstone: Lisa Kudrow
  • Stella Radner: Elise Vargas
  • Stella Radner: Zoey Vargas
  • Bill Wazowkowski: Brian Huskey
  • Brooke Shy: Halston Sage
  • Whitney: Ali Cobrin
  • Brittany: Kira Sternbach
  • Thumbsucker: Steven Michael Eich
  • Toga #1: Andy Samberg
  • Toga #2: Akiva Schaffer
  • Toga #3: Jorma Taccone
  • Beer Pong Guy #1: Adam DeVine
  • Beer Pong Guy #2: Blake Anderson
  • Beer Pong Guy #3: Anders Holm
  • Beer Pong Guy #4: Kyle Newacheck
  • Sebastian Cremmington: Jake Johnson
  • Officer Watkins: Hannibal Buress
  • Wendy the Realtor: Liz Cackowski
  • Dr. Theodorakis: Jason Mantzoukas
  • The Babysitter: Jesse Heiman
  • Rep: Randall Park
  • Prostitute: Natasha Leggero
  • Gay Couple (uncredited): Casey Ford Alexander
  • Birthday Party Jumper (uncredited): Michael Angeloe
  • Rival Frat Guy #1 (uncredited): Fahim Anwar
  • Sorority Girl (uncredited): Melanie Avalon
  • Alecia (uncredited): Chasty Ballesteros
  • Sorority Girl (uncredited): Marianne Bourg
  • Sorority Girl (uncredited): Erika Del Toro
  • Sorority Girl (uncredited): Alanna Dergan
  • Pledge (uncredited): Robert Dunne
  • Sorority Girl (uncredited): Elsi Eng
  • Sorority Girl (uncredited): Ayesha Fraser
  • Sorority Girl (uncredited): Danika Galindo
  • Rival Frat Guy #2 (uncredited): Ori Kalmus
  • Prostitute (uncredited): Maria Olsen
  • Homeless Man (uncredited): Gary Sievers
  • JJ (uncredited): Stephen Todt
  • Sorority Girl (uncredited): Cassandra Starr
  • Sorority Girl (uncredited): Valeria Sweet
  • Sorority Girl (uncredited): Bridgetta Tomarchio

Film Crew:

  • Casting: Francine Maisler
  • Original Music Composer: Michael Andrews
  • Casting: Kathy Driscoll
  • Makeup Department Head: Peter Robb-King
  • Producer: Seth Rogen
  • Stunt Coordinator: Jeffrey J. Dashnaw
  • Costume Design: Leesa Evans
  • Executive Producer: Joseph Drake
  • Executive Producer: Nathan Kahane
  • Director: Nicholas Stoller
  • Producer: Evan Goldberg
  • Co-Producer: Nicole Brown
  • Director of Photography: Brandon Trost
  • Co-Producer: Matthew F. Leonetti Jr.
  • Production Design: Julie Berghoff
  • Writer: Brendan O’Brien
  • Executive Producer: Brian Bell
  • Editor: Zene Baker
  • Producer: James Weaver
  • Dialogue Editor: Hugo Weng
  • Writer: Andrew J. Cohen
  • Steadicam Operator: B. J. McDonnell
  • Special Effects Coordinator: Ron Trost
  • Set Decoration: Sophie Neudorfer
  • Hair Department Head: Joy Zapata
  • Boom Operator: Tom Hartig
  • Art Direction: Gary Warshaw
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Tom Ozanich
  • Script Supervisor: Brenda Lopez
  • Property Master: Sean Mannion
  • Production Supervisor: Michelle Brattson
  • Sound Effects Editor: Bruce Tanis
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Michael Babcock
  • Sound Effects Editor: Jeff Sawyer
  • Music Supervisor: Manish Raval
  • Music Supervisor: Tom Wolfe
  • Still Photographer: Glen Wilson
  • Casting: Melissa Kostenbauder
  • Art Department Coordinator: Crystal Hopkins
  • First Assistant Editor: Dylan Quirt
  • Additional Camera: James Markham Hall Jr.
  • Set Production Assistant: Sam Schweikert
  • Sound Mixer: Steve Nelson

Movie Reviews:

  • Reno: ‘Family drama’ meets ‘Teen party’. An awesome concept that was wasted with the bad casting. I never enjoyed Zac Efron’s presence in any movie. I consider him one of the worst, according to my taste in actors and their performances. And again this movie crashed down because of him, otherwise somehow it could have been an enjoyable flick, especially with the stars like Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne in it.

    These two guys tried to lift it up, but the other side of the story failed. The two unmatched set of the cast that did not pay off as one as what the audience wanted, the fun. So it is kind of mixed feeling to me about the movie like half enjoyed. The end wide opens for a sequel, if there’s one I hope the couple would retain their place, but the rest needs a fresh start, especially not Zac again please.


  • John Chard: All aboard the familiar express that’s bound for averageville.

    A strange one this, the groundswell opinion on internet forums by film fans of various ages is one of contempt, whilst on the professional critical front reviews are more favourable, certainly on the plus side. Bad Neighbours is neither a 1/10 or a 7 – 8 – 9/10 movie, it’s sits somewhere in the middle at averageville station still awaiting the signal for go.

    Trying to pitch together frat comedy and middle aged comedy worries is a dangerous idea, more so when the entire film comes off as a sketch show. Too many gags fall flat on their face here, the makers straining too hard to make something viable for a cross generational audience to laugh at. It mostly feels like ad nauseum, like we have been here before, seen it before and worn the tight fitting t-shirt.

    Rose Byrne and Seth Rogen deserve better than this, yet they are the only ones keeping the picture watchable, where even as they are forced to fumble around with weak willed gross – cum – sex comedy sketches (improvised or otherwise), there’s a pull from them that at least gives off a grounded reality vibe. There’s also a couple of comedy gold moments, of which do not need to be spoilt here.

    So it’s not a total loss per se, but its comedy longevity is sure to be brief. 5/10

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