This film in my opinion was either going to be a hit or miss, either you liked it or you don't.
Starting with the trailer, unfortunately, its not good, all the main funny parts of the film appear to be in the trailer, which means if you do go see the film you're just waiting for the small more amusing parts of the film... Not only this but you more or less know what the whole film is about leaving nothing new for the film to show you.
The film does not waist time with a long introduction to the film, but rather jump straight into the life of new young parents. We see Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne getting to grips with having a baby and trying to convince each other that they can still do all the things that they were able to do when they didn't have a baby. Their friends are consistently asking them to go out, naturally you can see were this part of the story is going. The Bad Neighbours with Zac Efron and Dave Franco live up to the young collage days, with hard partying and living the student life.
The comedy throughout the film at times felt forced, with very little character development.
I going to be honest, there is very little for me to review the film because like i mentioned that you may as well watch the multiple trailers and you have seen the film.
My advice would be to wait for this film to come out on Netflix or Sky, but please don't pay Cinema money to see this film, not really worth the effect.