Okay Hollywood, we need to have a chat. We need to talk about your need to make comedy sequels that need not exist, because the ones that do generally suck. Case in point: Neighbors 2. To fill in those who don’t know, the Neighbors franchise follows new parents Mac(Seth Rogen) and Kelly(Rose Byrne) in their fight for supremacy, and a good nights sleep, against the Greek life housed next door. The first film they faced down Teddy(Zac Efron) and the Delta Psi Beta fraternity, and in the second they faced down Shelby(Chloe Grace Moretz) and the Kappa Nu sorority, after the … Continue reading Neighbors 2:Sorority Rising
The summer movie season means explosions and raunchy comedies for the audiences crowding the theatres. “Neighbors” is the first of the comedies to hit this season, and with one of the comedy favorites of today, Seth Rogen, it is looking to make a solid haul at the box office.
The latest in the apocalypse themed movies, “This Is the End” stars Seth Rogen, James Franco, Danny McBride, Jay Baruchel, Jonah Hill and Craig Robinson as themselves facing the apocalypse and all the craziness that happens with it.
In recent years, Hollywood has left the classic comedy plotlines to gather dust, in a rush to discover new avenues of entertaining audiences. In some cases, the old needs to be brushed off to remind people of true comedy and meaningful plots.
One of the most recent movies to play the road trip theme is “Due Date.” That movie, with Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis, has the audiences rolling with every ridiculous turn in the pair’s trip.
“The Guilt Trip” does not.