Starring: Seth Rogen, Zac Efron, Dave Franco, Rose Byrne, Chloe Grace Moretz, Ike Barinholtz, Selina Gomez, Hannibal Buress, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Some lady named after a brand of water? (Awkwafina?)Plot: A sorority moves in next door to our favourite couple from the first movie and things go awry.Length: 92 minutesReview: I would like to preface this entire review by saying I didn't see the first in the series. I didn't think it necessary and didn't really want to. I'm not super huge on Seth Rogen, I think he's fine, but have just seen him in a lot lately (which is my fault, I know).That being said, the movie starting off with two people having suuuuper awkward sex, ending in Rose Byrne throwing up on Seth Rogen almost made me shut it off, but I toughed through that... you guys guys. The people.I can only assume this movie hits all the same tropes as the first one because everything I'm watching in it seems like I'd seen it before. Rogen and Byrne are looking to sell their house, but a sorority moves in, so there are a lot of scenes where the "adults" are trying to get the children to leave or at least "be cool" and the teenage girls start to do things that when I thought about it weren't very copasetic. To the point of Seth Rogen saying that they're all breaking the law, at which point the girls start to physically accost him and physically assault him, then rip his clothes off. The immediate scene after one girl has broken into his car and passed out in it. I wanna say that they could easily call the police on these kids for any number of crimes and it's really weird that they instead are going about this whole "revenge" thing when they have a toddler and baby on the way.The whole premise of this movie being "forward thinking" for sororities to have parties isn't necessarily a bad thing, but I think it went super unnecessary and was pretty dumb to be honest.I also really love Zac Efron, I think he's a super good actor and I want to see him in a big movie. I think he would play a psycho really well. A villain to end all villains.the movie ends up being a "Zac Efron turns into National Lampoons Van Wilder" and that's a big upsetting that this is the way they finish it.There were some funny scenes, but all in all I think this movie is the cinematic epitome of the word "meh" sadly.