Comedy   United States of America

In "Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising," Mac and Kelly Radner are trying to sell their house, but their plans are derailed when a sorority, Kappa Nu, moves in next door. The sorority, led by Shelby and her friends, is looking to create a safe space for women to party and have fun without the restrictions of the traditional fraternity system. However, their wild antics and disruptive behavior drive the Radners crazy, especially as they are trying to impress potential buyers.

Desperate to get the sorority to quiet down, Mac and Kelly turn to their former enemy, Teddy Sanders, the former president of the Delta Psi Beta fraternity, for help. Teddy, feeling lost and purposeless after leaving college, agrees to help the Radners take down Kappa Nu.

As the Radners and Teddy try to come up with a plan to get rid of the sorority, they face various challenges and setbacks. At the same time, Kappa Nu is confronted with its own struggles, including dealing with the pressures of college life and trying to maintain their independence.

Throughout the movie, there are themes of friendship, growing up, and the idea of finding one's place in the world. The Radners and Teddy ultimately realize that they have more in common with Kappa Nu than they originally thought, and they come together to find a solution that works for everyone. In the end, the Radners manage to sell their house and move on, while Kappa Nu finds a way to coexist with their neighbors and still have a good time.
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