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Just how bad can one day get? The creative minds behind Superbad and Sausage Party take on sixth grade hard in this innocent yet raunchy comedy. 12-year-olds Max, Thor, and Lucas decide to skip school in an attempt to learn how to kiss in time for a kissing party. Their odyssey of epically bad decisions involves some accidentally stolen drugs, frat-house paintball, and running from both the cops and terrifying teenage girls!
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Critics Consensus: Good Boys is undermined by an eagerness to repeatedly indulge in profane humor, but its appealing cast and ultimately thoughtful message often shine through.
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Common Sense Says
Exceedingly raunchy comedy has heart, but it's not for kids.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Good Boys is a very raunchy comedy about sixth-graders hoping to attend a kissing party. Though it's funny and eventually rather sweet, it's not for kids. It involves extremely strong, constant language, with uses of "f--k," "s--t," "a--hole," and more, much of it spoken by the boys. There's also pervasive sex-related talk and images of sex toys (the boys don't know what they're for), a sex doll, and the start of an online porn video. Tween boys and girls kiss. Drugs are part of the plot, especially Molly pills that two teen girls are after and eventually take (they enjoy the drug's euphoric qualities). Tweens take sips of beer and are part of a play that depicts cocaine use. College students sell drugs and smoke pot. There's a comical fight scene, with paintball gun shooting, punching, throwing, and bashing with paddles, plus a comical dislocated arm (and the painful resetting of the arm). Some brands are shown, including New Balance sneakers.
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- Release Date:August 16, 2019
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