Matt Hurt’s review published on Letterboxd:
Started off kind of rocky with some bits that didn't land as hard for me and/or had their punchlines spoiled in the trailer. There was also some distracting editing throughout it that I assume for one reason or another was due to the three leads being so young.
But aside from those quibbles, Good Boys is really funny in a way that plays up the innocence of youth in a really fun way. There's a surprisingly sweet emotional resolution to the story that's handled well by the young actors.
Despite essentially being Superbad with tweens, there's enough here for it to stand out on its own. Looking forward to the Kindergarten R-rated Superbad-style comedy that's sure to come out in the next decade or so.