End Credits: Bad Neighbours 2

Plus Robinson Crusoe

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After battling against Teddy (Zac Efron) and his frat bros in the first movie, Mac (Seth Rogen) must once again defend his quiet family home in Bad Neighbours 2. This time his new noisy neighbours come in the form of a rowdy sorority. Rebelling against the antiquated sexist rule that American university sororities can’t throw their own parties, Shelby (Chloë Grace Moretz) and her sisters prove they can party as hard as the boys – just as Mac is trying to sell his home. He enlists the help of his former rival Teddy for this movie, which is essentially just more of the same but gender-swapped. It’s not always a bad thing – it’s as fun and silly as the first movie and the expansion of the already strong cast helps.

Robinson Crusoe attempts to breathe fresh life into the classic shipwreck tale, told from the point of view of animals. But juvenile story telling and inconsistent animation – switching from slick Hollywood quality to that of a mid-2000s video game – places it firmly as kids movie rather than family entertainment.

Mark Wheeler

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