Good Boys
Someone had the peculiar idea of making an adult film with child actors, and that someone apparently finds it funny when a bunch of kids are running through a highway hiding drugs, cursing, and getting acquainted with sado-maso sex toys.
12-year-old Max feels awfully excited when he is invited to a spin-the-bottle party. The only problem is that he doesn't know how to kiss. Fortunately he has two best friends, Thor and Lucas (together they are The Beanbag Boys) who are eager to help him. When a Google search for 'porn' brings them no closer to the solution (as for the kissing), they borrow a drone and start to spy on the teenage girls next door. That results in a hilarious mayhem and before they know they are on the road accidentally carrying drugs and still not knowing how to kiss. This slightly bad-taste tween comedy is surely entertaining enough (though not many people would laugh if those things were happening to their own kids) but it gets a bit repetitive as it's basically little boys using offensive language and brandishing sex toys. But finally it also aims at giving us some insight into the problems and anxieties of pre-teenagers.
14 August 2019
Hungarian title: Jó srácok
American comedy, 95 min, 2019
Three sixth grade boys ditch school and embark on an epic journey while carrying accidentally stolen drugs and being hunted by teenage girls.
Directed by:

Gene Stupnitsky

Distributor: UIP-Duna Film
Premiere: 15 August 2019
(12 pictures)

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