Cast – Jacob Tremblay, Keith L. Williams, Brady Noon, Molly Gordon
Writer – Seth Rogen
Producer – Seth Rogen
Director – Gene Stupnitsky
Plot – when sixth graders, Max, Lucas, and Thor, are invited to a kissing party they are worried because they don’t know how to kiss. So Max decides to take his father’s drone to spy on some girls to try to learn. When they lose the drone, they have to go on a wild goose chase to retrieve it.
Review – H.O.L.Y C.R.A.P!! Stuber you need to take notes on how to make a comedy. I was really excited to go see Good Boys because it was produced and written by Seth Rogen and we all know what happens when he is involved with a film. And this film flew way above my expectations for the belly laughs. No joke me and my friends were laughing for the entire 90 minutes of the movie and whenever a comedy can make that happen it has done its job. Maybe it’s just because it’s the raunchiest of the writing (thank you Seth) or because it’s all said by 12 year olds. If you are not a fan of potty mouth and vulgar humor don’t even waste your time with Good Boys, go watch The Grand Budapest Hotel you self centered jackass. The children they casted in this film were spot on, one being the leader, the other the “badass”, and the last one being the innocent one. Even the supporting cast of children killed it in their roles. One thing I was worried about was if the concept of sixth graders being vulgar and dirty throughout the run time of the film would get old and run down, however they never made it go over the top with the swearing, only using it in times that fit. It really felt like these kids were in sixth grade and had no idea about anything involving sex. The director really killed it when it came to portraying what grade school is probably like now a days with kids swearing, talking about sex, and “sipping” a beer. Even though the laughs were great, they never shy away from showing real emotion when it has too. This could have been a very dangerous move because most of the film is in your face potty mouth humor, but then you really start to feel a connection and know what it feels like to be in a friendship and the hardships that come with it. it really does such writing a spoiler free review, especially for Good Boys because I want to explain some of the jokes, but I’ll just let you see it for yourself. This is a shorter review because there isn’t that much else to say about Good Boys other than it is hands down the funniest movie of the summer and one of the biggest surprises by far. Please please please go see this as soon as possible because everyone needs 90 minutes of laughter in their lives sometime. I give Good Boys a…
Stay tuned for my top 5 best movies of the summer and top 5 worse movies of the summer coming up soon! Don’t wanna miss that!