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Neighbors (8-Mar-2014)

Director: Nicholas Stoller

Writers: Andrew J. Cohen; Brendan O'Brien

Keywords: Comedy, Fraternity

A straight-laced couple with a newborn child run into an awkward spot of trouble when frat boys move into a house next door.

ABSTRACT
Kelly and Mac Radner are a typical by-the-book young couple looking on towards a peaceful life with their newborn child in a quiet neighborhood when frat boys Teddy and Pete unceremoniously move in next door. Initially seeking peace and a tenuous friendship with their new neighbors in spite of their obvious differences, Kelly and Mac end up going to war instead, playing bizarre pranks on Teddy and Pete and receiving equally arcane responses after a bid to get the police involved backfires on the couple.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ike Barinholtz
Actor
18-Feb-1977   MADtv
Hannibal Buress
Comic
4-Feb-1983   Stand-up comic, onetime SNL writer
Rose Byrne
Actor
24-Jul-1979   The Goddess of 1967
Adam DeVine
Comic
7-Nov-1983   Adam on Workaholics
Zac Efron
Actor
18-Oct-1987   High School Musical
Dave Franco
Actor
12-Jun-1985   Cole Aaronson on Scrubs
Jake Johnson
Actor
20-May-1979   Nick on New Girl
Lisa Kudrow
Actor
30-Jul-1963   Friends
Jason Mantzoukas
Actor
c. 1972   Rafi on The League
Christopher Mintz-Plasse
Actor
20-Jun-1989   Superbad
Seth Rogen
Actor
15-Apr-1982   Knocked Up
Andy Samberg
Actor
18-Aug-1978   SNL, The Lonely Island
Akiva Schaffer
Film Director
1-Dec-1977   The Lonely Island
Jorma Taccone
Comic
19-Mar-1977   The Lonely Island

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