Picking up a few years after the last movie, Mac (Seth Rogen), Kelly (Rose Byrne) and their infant daughter have just sold their house, but what they didn't realise was that the buyers have a 30 day inspection trial period to make sure they like it. They have 30 days to make sure nothing goes wrong, but soon a sorority house moves in next door, led by the party loving Shelby (Chloë Grace Moretz). Once again, it's neighbour vs. neighbour, but things become too much for Mac and Kelly, and so they enlist the help of former neighbour, Teddy (Zac Efron), who agrees to help them take down the sorority.
This film, without a doubt, has an excellent cast. Seth Rogen is a man I love to pieces, and I will watch anything with Rose Byrne in it. Zac Efron I feel as though has a lot of potential, and when he's in good films, such as the first Bad Neighbours, he's great. The problem is, he's in too many bad movies, and Bad Neighbours 2 isn't going to be added to the list of his good films. As for Chloë Grace Moretz, she can go from starring in a masterpiece to a piece of shit real fast, and while I'll give this credit for being better than The Fifth Wave, she once again stars in a movie that wastes her acting potential.
To sum up, Bad Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising has moments of comedy gold, mixed in between the cast's likability and director's energetic approach, but it can't save this film from being remarkably average, rehashing the entire plot of the first film but with weaker jokes.