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.
Max, Thor, and Lucas skip school and set off on an odyssey of epically bad decisions involving stolen drugs, a frat house, and running from both the cops and girls!
The plot of this movie is straightforward, simple and not very complex but the shenanigans that ensue are anything but. Any movie that I see Seth Rogen is involved in is a must-see for me and I am very pleased that Good Boys live up to the hype that it generated. This movie is about three boys who get invited to a party involving spin the bottle and decide to learn how to kiss before attending the party and as to be expected in this type of movie things do not go according to plan very well. I'm not going to go into depth with the scenes involved as I am an advocate of not spoiling movies but considering the nature of this film and what happens in certain scenes I am very surprised to see this with a restricted 13 rating and would have thought it would have a higher rated age classification due to the sexual content and profanity throughout the film but I guess nothing was very explicitly shown but more explained and talked about.
There is an amazing cameo from Stephen Merchant who I absolutely find hilarious in everything he does and this movie is full of truly funny scenes and also serious touching moments about growing up and friendship. This movie is definitely targeted for adults and older teenagers and I believe it really does hit its mark and is so reminiscent of other cinema such as Superbad, Stranger things and the goonies which are all successful in their own ways. This movie really appeals to me and I can see myself watching it again at a later date.
I recommend this film to anyone who loves crude, awkward and blown out of proportion comedy films as this film is all of that and more. If you like movies or tv shows that keep you laughing and wanting more this will surely please and I hope more movies take note and do stuff very similar as I feel there isn't any real comedy movies that meet this very often. Maybe it is just that I'm too immature and that is why this appeals to me so much but I'm ok with that. I would love to see a sequel that follows up to this movie to see where things could go with the boys.
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