Follow TV Tropes

Following

History Film / Neighbors

Go To



Do you mean:

* ''Film/{{Neighbors 1920}}''
* ''Film/{{Neighbors 1981}}''
* ''Film/{{Neighbors 2014}}''

to:

Do '''Neighbors''' may refer to

* ''Film/{{Neighbors|1920}}'', a 1920 SilentMovie starring Creator/BusterKeaton and Creator/VirginiaFox.
* ''Film/{{Neighbors|1981}}'', a 1981 DarkComedy starring Creator/JohnBelushi, Creator/DanAykroyd, and Creator/CathyMoriarty.
* ''Film/{{Neighbors|2014}}'', a 2014 comedy starring Creator/SethRogen, Creator/RoseByrne, and Creator/ZacEfron.

If an internal wick brought
you mean:

* ''Film/{{Neighbors 1920}}''
* ''Film/{{Neighbors 1981}}''
* ''Film/{{Neighbors 2014}}''
here, please correct it to the appropriate above.

Added DiffLines:

* ''Film/{{Neighbors 2014}}''


[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Neighbors_8296.jpg]]

->''The Flower of Love could find no more romantic spot in which to blossom than in this poet's Dream Garden.''
-->-- '''opening title'''

In this 1920 two-reeler, BusterKeaton and Creator/VirginiaFox are a lower-class Theatre/{{Romeo and Juliet}} who live in neighboring tenements.

This film can be seen in its entirety at [[http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=4322925262873614394# Google Video]].

Not to be confused with the 1981 BlackComedy feature of the same name, which starred DanAykroyd and JohnBelushi.
----
!! "Neighbors" provides examples of:
* AmusingInjuries
* ArtisticLicensePhysics
* BananaPeel
* BanisterSlide
* BedsheetGhost
* BringIt
* ChaseScene
* DraggedByTheCollar
* DynamicEntry
* DysfunctionalFamily: "Her father's abused her long enough; Now I want to marry her and take her home to ''my'' father."
* EverythingsCuterWithKittens
* FeudingFamilies
* GirlNextDoor: Or at least in the building across the alley.
* HeavySleeper
* HumanLadder
* ImprovisedWeapon: Specifically, a {{broomstick quarterstaff}}.
* ImprovisedZipline: The wash line that stretches between the two buildings.
* LeetLingo: An OlderThanTelevision example -- Buster replies to a note that says "I love you" by scrawling "2" at the end and returning it.
* LiteralAssKicking
* MistakenMessage
* ParentalMarriageVeto
* SarcasmMode: The opening intertitle (see above) is followed by an iris open to a bare dirt lot bisected by a wooden fence.
* SeparatedByTheWall
* {{Slapstick}}
* UnwillingSuspension: Buster is briefly pinned to a clothesline by his shoes.
* WallCrawl
* WatchOutForThatTree

to:

[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Neighbors_8296.jpg]]

->''The Flower of Love could find no more romantic spot in which to blossom than in this poet's Dream Garden.''
-->-- '''opening title'''

In this 1920 two-reeler, BusterKeaton and Creator/VirginiaFox are a lower-class Theatre/{{Romeo and Juliet}} who live in neighboring tenements.

This film can be seen in its entirety at [[http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=4322925262873614394# Google Video]].

Not to be confused with the 1981 BlackComedy feature of the same name, which starred DanAykroyd and JohnBelushi.
----
!! "Neighbors" provides examples of:
Do you mean:

* AmusingInjuries
''Film/{{Neighbors 1920}}''
* ArtisticLicensePhysics
* BananaPeel
* BanisterSlide
* BedsheetGhost
* BringIt
* ChaseScene
* DraggedByTheCollar
* DynamicEntry
* DysfunctionalFamily: "Her father's abused her long enough; Now I want to marry her and take her home to ''my'' father."
* EverythingsCuterWithKittens
* FeudingFamilies
* GirlNextDoor: Or at least in the building across the alley.
* HeavySleeper
* HumanLadder
* ImprovisedWeapon: Specifically, a {{broomstick quarterstaff}}.
* ImprovisedZipline: The wash line that stretches between the two buildings.
* LeetLingo: An OlderThanTelevision example -- Buster replies to a note that says "I love you" by scrawling "2" at the end and returning it.
* LiteralAssKicking
* MistakenMessage
* ParentalMarriageVeto
* SarcasmMode: The opening intertitle (see above) is followed by an iris open to a bare dirt lot bisected by a wooden fence.
* SeparatedByTheWall
* {{Slapstick}}
* UnwillingSuspension: Buster is briefly pinned to a clothesline by his shoes.
* WallCrawl
* WatchOutForThatTree
''Film/{{Neighbors 1981}}''


In this 1920 two-reeler, BusterKeaton and Virginia Fox are a lower-class Theatre/{{Romeo and Juliet}} who live in neighboring tenements.

to:

In this 1920 two-reeler, BusterKeaton and Virginia Fox Creator/VirginiaFox are a lower-class Theatre/{{Romeo and Juliet}} who live in neighboring tenements.

Added DiffLines:

[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Neighbors_8296.jpg]]

->''The Flower of Love could find no more romantic spot in which to blossom than in this poet's Dream Garden.''
-->-- '''opening title'''

In this 1920 two-reeler, BusterKeaton and Virginia Fox are a lower-class Theatre/{{Romeo and Juliet}} who live in neighboring tenements.

This film can be seen in its entirety at [[http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=4322925262873614394# Google Video]].

Not to be confused with the 1981 BlackComedy feature of the same name, which starred DanAykroyd and JohnBelushi.
----
!! "Neighbors" provides examples of:
* AmusingInjuries
* ArtisticLicensePhysics
* BananaPeel
* BanisterSlide
* BedsheetGhost
* BringIt
* ChaseScene
* DraggedByTheCollar
* DynamicEntry
* DysfunctionalFamily: "Her father's abused her long enough; Now I want to marry her and take her home to ''my'' father."
* EverythingsCuterWithKittens
* FeudingFamilies
* GirlNextDoor: Or at least in the building across the alley.
* HeavySleeper
* HumanLadder
* ImprovisedWeapon: Specifically, a {{broomstick quarterstaff}}.
* ImprovisedZipline: The wash line that stretches between the two buildings.
* LeetLingo: An OlderThanTelevision example -- Buster replies to a note that says "I love you" by scrawling "2" at the end and returning it.
* LiteralAssKicking
* MistakenMessage
* ParentalMarriageVeto
* SarcasmMode: The opening intertitle (see above) is followed by an iris open to a bare dirt lot bisected by a wooden fence.
* SeparatedByTheWall
* {{Slapstick}}
* UnwillingSuspension: Buster is briefly pinned to a clothesline by his shoes.
* WallCrawl
* WatchOutForThatTree

----

Showing 5 edit(s) of 5

Top

How well does it match the trope?

Example of:

/

Media sources:

/

Report