Three sentence movie reviews: Neighbors


I only got this movie because the preview for Neighbors 2 both attracted and repelled me in a way that was interesting.  And this movie is chock full of uncomfortable situations which beget uncomfortable laughter.  There was much flapping of hands, saying “oh-no!” and looking away, but goodness gracious did I laugh.

Cost: free from library
Where watched: at home with Matt.  After the second-worst work day of my life.*

*I accidentally installed ransom-ware which killed off my computer, took down the server and rendered everyone in the company unable to work for the afternoon.  Everyone was very nice about it and the backup server was restored the next day, but it was still pretty terrible.

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4 thoughts on “Three sentence movie reviews: Neighbors”

  1. I am glad you were able to laugh at anything. Sometimes, that is what is needed the most. Although I also found it uncomfortable to watch.

  2. Nope. No thanks. So glad it gave you and escape and a chance to laugh after that horrible, no good, terrible, bad day.

  3. Are people as mean to each other as they seemed to be in the preview? If so, I will likely never see it. However, I’m glad that it provided you with a much-needed escape.

    1. The Neighbor relationship is fractious. The relationship of the couple is not. But yes, the neighbors are not nice to each other.

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