What can I say about Good Boys? It’s a bold game-changer. Movies like that can go one of two ways, completely flop or be a major hit. Good Boys is the latter. The last comedy that falls into this real was probably Superbad. The young cast is lead by Jacob Tremblay, Brady Noon and Keith L. Williams.
The movie comes from the minds of Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, so f-bombs are plentiful and foul language reigns. It’s truly hilarious, raunchy and has some heart. It’s a modern coming-of-age story, with a group of friends who are growing up and finding their way. I can look back and relate to many aspects of what these characters are going through and laugh about it.
The comedy is on-point. The story is simple, yet effective. You will find yourself rooting for these characters. I appreciate the boldness of Rogen and Goldberg in making this movie happen. Sure, on the surface it is polarizing, but once you watch it, you’ll see a different side of it. Give Good Boys a chance and pick up a copy today!
BONUS FEATURES ON BLU-RAY, DVD & DIGITAL:
- UNRATED ALTERNATE ENDING
- UNRATED DELETED AND EXTENDED SCENES
- Turtle vs. Tortoise
- Benji Don’t Like That
- Customer Service
- Ball Pit Shenanigans
- Tracking Molly
- Stealing a Glance
- Upsell Fail
- Max Explodes
- Best Friends
- Traffic Jam
- First Kiss Heartbreak
- GAG REEL
- BOYS FOR REAL – A look into the casting process and real-life friendships that evolved on-set.
- WELCOME TO VANCOUVER – Watch as Jacob Tremblay shows off some of his favorite things about his home town.
- A FINE LINE – Hear filmmakers and cast discuss how the film’s stars delivered such colorful dialogue without necessarily knowing what the words mean.
- ASK YOUR PARENTS – Cast and filmmakers talk about how they were able to navigate adult questions from curious child actors.
- BAD GIRLS – Molly Gordon and Midori Francis discuss how they were able to ramp up the mean, and how Annabelle was able to raise the comedy stakes.
- GUEST STARS – Take a closer look at some of the hilarious guest stars that lent their unique talents to the film.
- FEATURE COMMENTARY WITH DIRECTOR & CO-WRITER GENE STUPNITSKY AND PRODUCER & CO-WRITER LEE EISENBERG