Mac and Kelly Radner are a young couple, living in a home with their infant daughter Stella. Everything is fine in their suburban neighborhood until a college fraternity moves into the house next door. While Mac and Kelly try to blend in with the college students, including fraternity President Teddy Sanders and his co-horts Pete and Scoonie, the couple soon tires of the late night partying and noise from next door. That’s when things take a nasty turn between the Radners and the fraternity brothers. With the never ending shenanigans from next door, the couple enlists the help of their friends, Jimmy and Paula, in helping to get the fraternity shut down once and for all. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “Neighbors”.

∙ Delta Psi is having their first fraternity meeting at the house. When Pete mentions that the Delta Psi fraternity is responsible for “the most epic party moments in history”, it cuts to the others guys cheering and Scoonie can be seen sitting forward in the green chair and clapping with his hands in front of him. The scene then cuts to Teddy when he starts saying “Gentlemen…” and Scoonie is shown sitting back in the chair with his left hand at his face.

∙ The fraternity trashes Mac and Kelly’s front yard. Mac and Kelly are picking up the trash in their yard while Stella is playing on a blanket. When Mac says “in a few years, we’ll have a third person to help us do this”, the view from behind Stella shows her stuffed animal is lying face down on the right side of the blanket. The scene cuts to a close-up of Stella and the stuffed animal is now on its back.

“Neighbors” (2014) stars Seth Rogen, Rose Bryne, Elise Vargas, Zoey Vargas, Zac Efron, Dave Franco, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Ike Barinholtz and Carla Gallo. It runs 97 minutes and is rated R for pervasive language, strong crude and sexual content, graphic nudity, and drug use throughout.

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