The box office returns weren't as kind to last weekend's No. 1 movie, "
Demographic information wasn't yet available for "Neighbors'" opening-day assemblage, but its relatively low Cinemascore B grade would seem to indicate that, in attracting a wide audience, it drew in more than a few people who didn't fully appreciate its raunchy, R-rated humor and pervasive pot smoking.
The key to "Neighbors'" continued success might be in wooing women to theaters and, in that respect, it has a secret weapon in the presence of Rose Byrne, who plays Rogen's wife. Byrne's character isn't a scold; she's struggling with the responsibilities of parenthood as much as his (barely) reformed party dude. Though Rogen and co-star