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Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising Movie Quotes

Updated June 14, 2019 82 votes 35 voters 3.3k views

Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising movie quotes bring another story about a normal family whose lives are interrupted when a sorority moves into the house next door. The comedy sequel was written by Andrew J. Cohen, Brendan O'Brien, Nicholas Stoller, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. Nicholas Stoller also directed Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, which opened in theaters on May 20, 2016.

In Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, Mac (Seth Rogen) and Kelly (Rose Byrne) have just recovered from the fraternity that formerly lived next door, are expecting their second child and have just received an offer on their home. They need just 30 days to complete the escrow process to close on the sale.

So when a sorority, led by Shelby (Chloë Grace Moretz), moves in next door, Mac and Kelly know they're in trouble. Mac and Kelly call up old foe turned friend Teddy (Zac Efron) for help in dealing with the sorority sisters. But they'll have to use some new tricks this time if they want peace for 30 days as to not scare off the house buyers.

Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising joined theaters already showing other great May 2016 films like The Angry Birds Movie, The Lobster, Money Monster, Captain America: Civil War, and A Bigger Splash.
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    Using Their Sexuality as a Weapon

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    Teddy: Those girls are out of control.
    Mac: They are using their sexuality as a weapon!
    Mac: Someone help me!
    Kelly: Get out of here, you animals!
    Mac: This isn't working! You're only making them sexier! Stop it! Stop it.

    The sorority girls realize that they can use their sexuality for their benefit. So when Kelly tries to battle them with a garden hose, the wet bodies in bikinis are like kryptonite to Mac.
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    I Killed a Girl

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    Nora: Where am I?
    Mac: Oh no! I killed a girl!
    Nora: I'm on pain killers, bitch. Kappa Nu!

    Driving down a neighborhood street, Mac finds a startling surprise in his back seat. On the bright side, at least he didn't kill the girl when she flew through his windshield.
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    We Don't Throw Parties Here

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    Madison: Welcome to Phi Lambda!
    Sorority Girls: Yay!
    Madison: Um, hi, what are you doing? We don't hit joints in here.
    Shelby: Your parties must suck.
    Madison: No, we don't throw parties here. In the United States, sororities are not allowed to throw parties in their own houses, only frats can.
    Shelby: This is a sexist, restrictive system. We're going to start a sorority that can party the way we want to.
    Nora: What's the name of our sorority?
    Beth: Kappa?
    Shelby: Kappa Nu!

    While Shelby showed up to Phi Lambda in search of a party atmosphere, Madison explains that they simply don't do that there. So Shelby does the next best thing, forms her own sorority, though it's not initially clear why her new sorority doesn't have to follow the same rules.
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    We're Never Going to Sell Our House

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    Kelly: We're never going to sell our house with a sorority next door. What are we going to do?
    Mac: Maybe it's not that bad. Girls are usually quiet. They don't really take hard drugs and they're much smarter.

    Knowing they need 30 days of escrow to finish selling their house, Mac and Kelly freak out when a sorority moves in next door. Mac thinks they shouldn't worry, that girls behave better than men, but he's sorely mistaken.
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