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The upcoming comedy Good Boys gives us an inside look at the challenges three 6 grade boys face when learning how to kiss. Universal Studios released four new hilarious clips (that will make You ‘Smh’) and they’ve added a treat. In honor of National Friendship Day, the movie will be screening for free at 100 participating theaters in the U.S and Canada.

The creative minds that bought us Superbad, Pineapple Express, Sausage Party and The Office come together for this crazy comedy, Good Boys.

The movie stars Jacob Tremblay as 12 year old Max who is experiencing growing pains with his two bestfriends (Brady Noon and Keith L. Williams). As a kissing party that their invited to get closer, their anxiety levels raise to 1,000 when they realize they don’t know how to kiss. The middle school boys take on the challenge by self educating. First method, Spying. Using Max’s fathers drone-which is by all means a No Touching gadget the pre-teens set up to spy on the “nympho maniac” couple next door that’s having a makeout session.

As things start going ridiculously wrong, the drone gets damaged and the boys set out to replace it before Max’s father gets home. The boys find themselves in a snowball of bad decisions, as their adventure some how leads them to stolen drugs in a playground, sex toys, running away from cops, beer, running away from teenagers, kissing dolls and all that other good-middle-school-boys- who-want-to-kiss drama.”Good Boys” is Rated R for Raunchy.

You Must Be This Tall To See This Movie.

Some of the credits for Good Boys include by Gene Stupnitsky (The OfficeBad Teacher) and Lee Eisenberg who will be writting and directing, producer Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and James Weaver and executive producers Nathan Kahane (JunoBlockers), Josh Fagen and Brady Fujikawa.

The film is scheduled to hit theaters Aug 16. The film had its world premiere at the 2019 South by Southwest film festival in March and scored a 78 percent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.