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What's NOW TV



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Watch NOW TV on over 60 devices
Watch NOW TV on over 60 devices

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Bad Neighbours is not currently available on NOW TV, but here are some more movies you might like.
  • Wedding Crashers
    Wedding Crashers

    Available until 21 Mar 2017

    Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson spark off one another magnificently in this hit comedy about a couple of sneaky divorce lawyers who gatecrash weddings to score the bridesmaids. But their scheme goes off the rails when they run into the daughters (sweet Rachel McAdams and sex-mad Isla Fisher) of US treasury secretary Christopher Walken. The sheer energy of the two leads is addictive but hold the confetti; the comedy is a lot less fluffy than your average romcom.

  • Road Trip
    Road Trip

    Available until 18 Nov 2017

    Gross-out guffaws with Tom Green, Breckin Meyer, Seann William 'Stifler' Scott and uber-dweeb DJ Qualls embarking on a cross-country trek that crosses more lines than those that separate the states. Their mission is to retrieve a mistakenly-mailed sex tape before it reaches Meyer's long-term girlfriend. Rudeness ensues as the boys find cherry-popping adventure in the frat houses, ladies' locker rooms and sperm banks of America. Director Todd Phillips went on to put his lads-being-bad skills to more good use in Old School and The Hangover.

  • Unfinished Business
    Unfinished Business

    Available until 28 Dec 2016

    Hard-working company man Dan Trunkman (Vince Vaughn) walks out on his old job and starts a new mineral trading business with lecherous old-timer Tim (Tom Wilkinson) and slow-witted innocent Mike (Dave Franco). However, when the hapless trio travel to Berlin for a make-or-break deal, they they find themselves pitching against Dan's nemesis and old ball-busting boss (Sienna Miller). A raucous rib-tickler, courtesy of Delivery Man director Ken Scott.

  • National Lampoon's Animal House
    National Lampoon's Animal House

    Available until 31 Oct 2016

    In the anarchic comedy to which all others aspire, John Belushi's superslob Bluto Blutarsky inspires his fellow fratmates raise their party game when Faber College's scheming dean puts the out-of-control Delta House on 'double-secret probation'. Built around the iconic Belushi, John Landis's campus classic paved the way for every teen riot from Porky's to American Pie and launched more careers than you can stick a pledge pin on. Toga! Toga! Toga!

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