Unlike many people, I wasn’t a fan of the first “Neighbors” movie, released a couple of years ago. But since the movie was an instant box office hit, a sequel sounded like a no-brainer. Take the exact same ingredients, turn the frat into a sorority, bring in Chloe Grace Moretz as the head of the sorority and history repeats itself. And it does. Now it’s up to you to decide whether that’s a good thing or not. If you enjoyed what the first film had to offer (and a lot of people did), then part 2 shouldn’t be a total bummer. Director Nicholas Stoller guides Seth Rogen and Zac Efron to a few mighty laughs. Even when the movie is spinning out of control (that’s half the time), Rogen and Efron give it a center. But the overall result is still a disappointment for me. Much like its predecessor, “Neighbors 2” is just a series of manic energy with no real destination. I believe Rogen and co deserve a better script and a better movie.