Good Boys (2019)

Good Boys Parents Guide | Good Boys Age Rating 2019
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Movie Good Boys Rated R

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What is Good Boys Age Rating | Good Boys Parents Guide

Good Boys, A 2019 American coming-of-age comedy film, directed by Gene Stupnitsky.

Produced by Lee Eisenberg, Evan Goldberg, Seth Rogen, James Weaver.

Production companies are Good Universe, Point Grey Pictures, Quantity Entertainment.

Moreover, the movie was distributed by Universal Pictures and Netflix.

Read about Good Boys Parents Guide. However, Good Boys is rated R for strong crude sexual content, drug and alcohol material, and language throughout – all involving tweens.

R RATED MEANING:

R – Restricted Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian.

Contains some adult material. Parents are urged to learn more about the film before taking their young children with them.

Good Boys Parents Guide

Why is Good Boys <strong>Movie 2019 </strong>Rated R ?

No sexual activity and nudity is shown but characters talk about sex and kiss throughout the film.
Several uses of “fuck”, “shit”, “hell words.
No such violence and blood content present there.
Lots of sex toys are shown and used as weapons, i.e, dildos, analbeads, sex dolls, whips, masks, and bondage
People are seeing to drink alcohol and snort cocaine in this film.
Something really gross happens to a kid’s arm and his friend vomit.
Good Boys Release date

The Movie Good Boys Released date is 14 August 2019 (United States).

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Good Boys Movie 2019 Rated R

Good Boys Parents Guide | Good Boys Age Rating 2019
Good Boys Parents Guide | Good Boys Age Rating 2019
Movie Name Good Boys
Genre
Age Rating  R
Release date 14 August 2019 (United States)
Runtime

1h 30min

Directed by Gene Stupnitsky
Distributor  Universal Pictures and netflix
Official website  Universal Pictures

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