Seth Rogen, Zac Efron and Rose Byrne join forces with director Nicholas Stoller in Neighbors, a comedy about a young couple frustrated to be mature when, after the birth of their child, moves next to the house where he has his headquarters a fraternity students.
Apparently, young parents Mac (Rogen) and Kelly Radner (Byrne) live the American dream and completed an adorable girl a nice house in the suburbs. But both want to believe they still have something left in their souls cool. The next phase in their life proves to be a challenge for some revelers who embodied her face to turn realities inevitable entry into a new phase of their lives, the maturation.
When Mac and Kelly discovers that their new neighbors are members of Delta Psi Beta fraternity led by charismatic Teddy Sanders (Efron) tries to reconcile with the situation and deal in decent limits. But when I see frat parties are becoming more frequent and louder, the two realize that they need to make much greater efforts to defend peace. Start so epic war that leads to permanent sabotage and increasingly inventive. Each tried to throw him out the other in the neighborhood, and the young couple should take care, in addition to not lose and minds in the battle between generations.