Neighbors 2 provides temporary entertainment


Lauren Boettcher

Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising follows the Radners struggle to get Kappa Nu out of the neighborhood.

Lauren Boettcher, RubicOnline editor

The Neighbors cast is back, or at least some of them, in the sequel that came out May 20th. And it brought the same upbeat, dirty, hilarious vibe that the first movie did.

In Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising the Radner’s are just closing the sale on their house, and preparing to move and prepare for the birth of their second child. But before they can close the deal, a sorority:Kappa Nu. In order to expel the sorority and sell their house, they call in Teddy Sanders, the head of the Fraternity that used to inhabit the house. Chaos ensues.

The movie was funny, much like the original film was, but it wasn’t anything special. The plot was predictable, and while it was funny, it lakes memorability. 4/10 stars.