A group of young boys on the cusp of becoming teenagers embark on an epic quest in the San Fernando Valley to fix their broken toy before their parents get home.
"Produced by Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen (Superbad), but written by Gene Stupnitsky and Lee Eisenberg (the considerably less skilful Bad Teacher, Year One), this crass coming-of-age comedy mines its laughs from the transition between childhood and teenagedom. Its trio of sweary 12-year-olds might be gearing up to attend their first “kissing party”, but they also have 8."
"The kids are all right in “Good Boys.” The adults are something else."
"Some massive laughs, a huge Stephen Merchant cameo and the most impressive school play on film since Wes Anderson’s Rushmore are all on offer in this very funny teen – or rather tween – comedy from screenwriters Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky, with Stupnitsky directing. Both are script veterans of America’s The Office on TV."