For the complete list check out: Top 10 Movies in 2014 with Jews in Them
It starred the very Jewish Seth Rogen, costarred Zac Efron whose paternal grandfather was Jewish and was co-written by Andrew J. Cohen.
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The movie is about a nice young couple Mark (Rogen) and Kelly (Rose Byrne) Radner who just moved into their suburban dream home. Unfortunately, a fraternity from a local college moves in next door.
Yes hilarity does ensue. While its style of comedy may not be for everyone, it was good enough and significant enough to make the tenth spot on this list. It grossed more than $150 million in the U.S. alone against an absurdly low $18 million budget.