Good Boys

Good Boys

Byr Gene Stupnitsky

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release: 2019-08-16
  • Rate: R
  • Lenght: 1h 29min
  • Director: Gene Stupnitsky
  • Producer: Good Universe
  • Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 19.99
  • iTunes Rent: USD 5.99
6.5/10
6.5
From 471 Certification

Description

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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  • PERVESION

    1
    By ACTS2:38.
    NOT COOL
  • Hilarious

    5
    By The Bread-Hancho
    The movie reminded me a lot of my own childhood, and yes it was just as wild. People that hate the movie need to stuff some Cheetos up there....
  • I love this movie

    5
    By tessa lul
    I have not watched it yet but I am going to but it seem like a very good movie
  • Money

    1
    By that is boring
    It was good but I remember I wasted my money
  • Greatest movie ever!

    5
    By rikashade
    It is brilliant the best movie made to this day!!!
  • Good boys

    5
    By nba_cj
    My favorite movie of all time now
  • Funny af

    5
    By Bombjamin
    Why can’t all comedy movies be this funny
  • Super funny

    5
    By sweetheartiris
    Awesome movie !!!!
  • Funny parts throughout the movie

    3
    By JustMe8873
    It took me a minute to get used to some of the crude humor coming from kids, but all in all not a bad movie. We purchased the movie before renting and I wished we’d have rented first because I’m not sure we’ll go back and watch this one again.
  • Depraved and sad

    1
    By I eat books
    The fact that the masses like this movie shows just how bad it actually is. This vapid unrealistic look at friendship and teenage angst forgets one thing; our innocence tempers the emotional rollercoaster of puberty. This in turn is like a sort of pre-pubescent wisdom that makes us blend rather than stand out. School was never about everyone standing out. People are not that smart. Hence this terrible movie.

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