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Neighbors 2 movie reviewNeighbors 2 sees Zac Efron, Seth Rogen, Chloe Grace Moretz, Rose Byrne reprising their roles from the 2014 film. Neighbors 2 also reprises the same kind of dynamic and routine as the first film, with the usual or more of the crass humor from the first film.

If you’re a fan of the foul-mouthed, sexually alluded humor you get from Rogen and the gang, you should love this “film.” But if you were looking for some kind of comedic platform to pass the time with, this may not be for you.

The film has enough T & A scenes for the teen boys and just enough topless Efron to keep the girls happy. But the best way to possibly watch this film is by using that 30-second jump button on your DVR! This way you can skip the attempts of the film to make some kind of story plot out of otherwise dull moments in the film begging to be skipped.

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If they were trying to make Rose Byrne look like a pasty, dull, adult wife, they did a GOOD job at it. It was weird to see Moretz in her college girl role. I’ve only seen her in her action flicks.

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Kung Fu Panda 2 continues the fun we came to appreciate in the first movie, but now, we have a developed, trained Po (Jack Black), who embodies the essence of Kung Fu. It’s fun and if you’re pondering if you should do the 2D or 3D experience, I’d suggest the 3D version. I’ll tell you why below.

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KUNG FU PANDA 2

KUNG FU PANDA 2 - Jack Black as Po

Jack Black as Po

Kung Fu Panda 2, produced by DreamWorks Animation and distributed by Paramount Pictures, stars the voice power of Jack Black as our last surviving Kung Fu hero Panda named Po. Black is joined by the other voices of Angelina Jolie as Tigress, Dustin Hoffman (Shifu), Gary Oldman (Shen), Jackie Chan (Monkey), Seth Rogen (Mantis), Lucy Liu (Viper), David Cross (Crane), Dennis Haysbert (Master Ox), Jean-Claude Van Damme (Master Croc) and lots more.

I previously questioned in one of my “weekly new movies at the box office” article if a new director, Jennifer Yuh, could pull it off, but being an animated feature, I didn’t know how to compare. Yuh did just fine if you ask me!

The first 2008 film had caught my attention when it hit HBO channel and I caught it on the ‘On Demand’ section… a few times. It was a fun little movie that embodies struggling against self-doubt and embracing what you are meant to do or who you really are. And it never got old, regardless of how many times I watched it.

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