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Cert 15
90 mins
BBFC advice: Contains strong language, sex and drug references

I haven't laughed so much during a movie for a very long time.
That is the best accolade I can give to Gene Stupnitsky. The gags in his film, Good Boys, were consistently the funniest of any movie this year.
Ok, there is lots of swearing and, although children are its stars, its humour is very adult but it also has a wonderful wide-eyed innocence.
Indeed, the jokes would have fallen flat if they had been in the hands of producer Seth Rogen and his pals.
When I read that Good Boys was produced by the "creative minds behind Superbad, Pineapple Express and Sausage Party" my heart sank.
Ok, Superbad was quite funny but Pineapple Express is one of the worst pictures ever made.
I digress. Clearly, this type of humour must work better from the mouths of babes.
Stupnitsky's film stars Jacob Tremblay as Max, a 12-year-old who is panicking after being invited to his first kissing party.
He is desperate to press lips with the "love of his life" (Millie Davis) but doesn't know how to pucker up.
Consequently, he turns, with hilarious results, to his best friends and fellow "Bean Bag Boys" Thor (Brady Noon) and Lucas (Keith L. Williams).
They come up with a grand plan of using Max dad's drone (which he is forbidden to touch) to spy on a teenage neighbour (Molly Gordon) making out with her boyfriend (Josh Caras).
Inevitably, disaster ensues and terrible decisions follow resulting in the boys facing up to a terrifying odyssey in which they are pursued by teenage girls, frat boys and the police.
Good Boys works because of the juxtaposition of naive young lads against crude and cynical adult behaviour.
So, yes, the language is acceptable and so are their confrontations with beer, alcohol and .. ahem, sex toys.
This is because their reaction to all three is so beautifully observed.
The swearing grates a tad but no more than that and I forgave it because Good Boys put a beaming smile on my face.

Reasons to watch: The Hangover meets Superbad meets 12-year-olds
Reasons to avoid: Parents don't take your kids!

Laughs: Six
Jumps: None
Vomit: Yes
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 9/10

Did you know? Jacob Tremblay's breakout performance came for starring in Room (2015), for which he received critical acclaim and won the Critics’ Choice Movie Award for Best Young Performer.

Final word. Adrian Grunberg: "We never even swore on set. It’d be like, “Okay, when you say the F-word here…” So, we really kept it contained." Uproxx

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