BAD NEIGHBOURS

Directed by Nicholas Stoller

It’s refreshing to watch a Hollywood comedy that is willing to strive for originality. A very simple concept, but one that pushes the envelope without becoming outwardly unrealistic, Bad Neighbours was a good time at the movies. The filmmakers have put in that extra bit of effort to please the audience, and as a result, most of the scenes are lit quite beautifully. I never thought I’d say that about a Seth Rogen film.

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