Zac Efron and Seth Rogen are back for the slapstick sequel, Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising. This time a sorority is moving next door to Mac and Kelly. The tricks get better and the parties get more outrageous. But before you pay these guys a visit, we’re looking at other bad neighbours from movies and TV shows.
Dennis Mitchell – Dennis the Menace
The (not-so) sweet little boy next door that drove Mr. Wilson up the wall. Dennis always had a trick or two up his sleeve and his fondness for his old neighbour just spelt trouble. He often tried to be good, but it always backfired…right into Mr. Wilson’s face.
Mrs. Connelly – Duplex
Ben Stiller and Drew Barrymore had to survive the shenanigans of their old and rather eccentric tenant. Her outrageously annoying habits got so bad, the couple eventually devised several plots to kill her, with hilarious results.
Robert Turner – Disturbia
Shia Lebouf had the neighbour from hell in this captivating thriller. It doesn’t get scarier than having a cold-blooded murderer living next door. This movie will make you think twice before making small talk with the folks in your neighbourhood.
Steve Urkel – Family Matters
In the history of TV, there could not have been a more troublesome neighbour than Steve Urkel. He was known to keep the Winslows on their feet with disaster after disaster.
Sheldon Cooper – The Big Bang Theory
Before he shacked up with Amy, Sheldon was Penny’s neighbour. He often bothered her with his mindboggling questions, sarcastic behaviour and complete pettiness. We would also be rather iritated if he persistently came knocking at our doors at the wrong time.
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