Middle school might surface some nightmarish memories for some, but for the characters in Good Boys, they are sure to have some hilarious and crazy memories. From producer Seth Rogen, Good Boys follows an outrageously bad R-rated day for a group of sixth graders. Watch the trailer below and learn how you can register for a pair of passes to see Good Boys at an advance screening.
Click on the link below to register for a free pair of passes to see Good Boys.
These passes are only available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Tuesday, August 13 – 7:30pm
AMC Altamonte – 433 E. Altamonte Dr. Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
Seating is not guaranteed. We suggest arriving to the theater early.
Good Boys opens in theaters August 16. Read more about the film:
Just how bad can one day get? The creative minds behind Superbad, Pineapple Express and Sausage Party take on sixth grade hard in the outrageous comedy, Good Boys.
After being invited to his first kissing party, 12-year-old Max (Room’s Jacob Tremblay) is panicking because he doesn’t know how to kiss. Eager for some pointers, Max and his best friends Thor (Brady Noon, HBO’s Boardwalk Empire) and Lucas (Keith Williams, Fox’s The Last Man On Earth) decide to use Max’s dad’s drone – which Max is forbidden to touch – to spy (they think) on a teenage couple making out next door.
But when things go ridiculously wrong, the drone is destroyed. Desperate to replace it before Max’s dad (Will Forte, The Last Man on Earth) gets home, the boys skip school and set off on an odyssey of epically bad decisions involving some accidentally stolen drugs, frat-house paintball, and running from both the cops and terrifying teenage girls (Life of the Party’s Molly Gordon and Ocean’s Eight’s Midori Francis).
From Point Grey producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, the writers of Superbad, Pineapple Express and Sausage Party, and James Weaver (Neighbors), Good Boys, from Universal Pictures and Good Universe, is written by the team of Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky (NBC’s The Office, Bad Teacher). Eisenberg also produces and Stupnitsky directs.