Nicholas Stoller‘s Neighbors is somewhere between a 7 and 7.5 on the yaw-haw scale — amiable, good enough, no-laugh-funny. But it’s not good enough to be an opening-weekend superstud at the box-office. This decent but not-that-exceptional comedy will make roughly $51 million by tonight, and in so doing will humiliate the living shit out of The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Did anyone who paid to see Neighbors find their expectations even slightly exceeded? Did anyone even laugh that much? I called it “heh-heh funny” in my initial review. A more or less routine culture-clash comedy, Neighbors is generally “fast, loose, punchy and lewd,” I allowed, “[and] Andrew J. Cohen and Brendan O’Brien‘s script (augmented, I’m sure, by nonstop improv) is a cut or two above.”